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The nation of Indonesia stretches along an equatorial archipelago numbering nearly 18,000 islands in total. Encompassing several ecosystem types as well as straddling the boundaries between the Oriental and Australasian faunal regions, Indonesia is one of the most biodiverse nations on Earth.
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For centuries European artists, especially painters, have been coming to Bali to soak in the heady air of complete artistic dedication that is the unique character of the Balinese people. Nowhere else will you find such a diversity of creative skills expressed by so few -- and the "Island of the Gods" could not be a more conducive location.
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This is a trip all about scenery and enjoying the idyllic village pace of three distinct Indonesian islands, Bali, Java, and Madura.
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Learn the Indonesian art of batik painting, study traditional Indonesian dance and theatre, learn to make the highly intricate carved masks worn by Lagong dancers and submerge yourself into two of Indonesia's most powerfully independent identities: the Javanese, the 'rulers' of Indonesia, and the gentle, aesthetic Balinese.
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Sail through the stunning islands of the Komodo National Park aboard the Ambasi, a boutique, traditional-style, Pinisi sailing boat that is available for private charter for groups of up to 8 passengers.
From £1814 per person*
East of Bali there is a world of exotic cultures and breathtaking natural beauty. This area is as enchanting as it is remote. On board the Ombak Putih you will sail by smoldering volcanoes that arise from the sea and you can go ashore on uninhabited islands.
From £1566 per person*
The Art & Culture of Bali is a journey of artistic discovery into an island society where aesthetism and religion are so inseparable and all pervading that nothing in Balinese life is celebrated without a fusion of art and worship.
From £823 per person*
This challenging mountain bike ride will take you through the dramatic, volcano-strewn (14 active) island of Flores in Eastern Indonesia.
From £2052 per person*
Based in Lombok, The Katharina sailing cruises are primarily focused on Eastern Indonesia, highlights of which include the islands of Lombok, Sumbawa, Komodo, Rinca, Flores, the Moluccas, and Irian Jaya (West-Papua) where she will visit, among other places the famous, Asmat tribe.
From £2652 per person*
Amongst of the newest frontiers for adventurous divers in Indonesia are the many islands of the Laut Maluku - the Maluku Sea - that lies between Sulawesi's northern peninsular and the now famous dive sites of Raja Ampat on West Papua's Birdshead Peninsular.
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The lush, towering, rice terrace-bedecked, volcanic island of Bali is a cyclist's paradise. Climb winding country lanes for spectacular views, visit temple-strewn villages rich in Hindu culture, navigate narrow dirt tracks & trails, snorkel kaleidoscopic reefs and soak on tropical beaches.
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'Amanikan', the 32-metre Phinisi coastal cruiser custom-built for Aman resorts, is ideal for private cruises for one or two couples or a family, combining the romance of spice trade sailing vessels with modern amenities and all the comforts befitting Aman.
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For anyone looking for a honeymoon that mixes cultural discovery and adventure with some of the most romantic locations in the world, consider the Indonesian islands of Java and Bali. There are few places in the world so laden with artistic history and rich pageantry as these two verdant, volcanic islands.
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MesaStila - previously known as Losari Spa Retreat and Coffee Plantation - offers an escape from the demanding daily grind. Hidden-away in twenty-two hectares of gardens and pristine coffee plantation, MesaStila sits - encircled by eight magnificent volcanoes in Losari village (Central Java)
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The Indonesian island of Sulawesi is ideal for adventurous cyclists: this is for riders who want the physical challenge of tropical mountains, who are looking for cultural adventure in a traditional Asian society off the beaten track, and who view the unpredictability of travel in a developing country as something to be expected and enjoyed.
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Few areas in Asia can match the cultural and natural diversity to be found following the chain of the Lesser Sunda Islands east of Bali.
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For those who do not have time for an extended sailing cruise, or whose taste for being on a boat extends only to a few days, a short sailing cruise to the Komodo National Park is a must do component of any Indonesia visit.
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The diverse Lesser Sunda Islands, stretching eastwards from Bali, offer the most amazing landscapes and a glorious cornucopia of weaving for textile lovers.
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