Discover the distinctive culture and rugged natural beauty of Indonesia’s most diverse island. Sumba, formerly known as the Sandalwood Island, is famous for horses, Sumba cloth and of course its outstanding natural beauty.
One year after Bali’s neighboring island of Lombok was rattled by a series of devastating earthquakes, we are pleased to advise that business on Lombok Island as well as on the famous Gili Islands has almost completely recovered.
Each year from April to October, the black-sanded Saba Beach in East Bali becomes a nesting habitat for sea turtles. Pregnant turtles return to the beaches where they themselves hatched years before, searching for a nesting spot above the high-water mark.
Embracing our CSR pillars, we always offer M&I groups the opportunity to include a beneficial project within their trip to Asia. These are extremely rewarding and often noted as a highlight of any journey.
The islands forming the Rote-Ndao Regency are not only Indonesia’s, but also Asia’s southernmost islands. They form part of the Lesser Sunda Islands and are separated from Australia by just a 500 kilometer crossing of the Timor Sea.
Delight in the serene and beautiful blue waters of Lombok from the deck of a wooden Dragon Boat whilst cruising alongside the famous Gili Islands off the north-western coastline of Bali’s neighbouring Island.
Explore the iconic caldera of Mt. Batur on a Rhinovelo 186 Fat Bike – designed to manage difficult terrain more leisurely with less physical efforts. The active volcano sits alongside Lake Batur and is an excellent destination for fat biking.
Once home to three different species of the mighty Komodo dragon, Padar Island is still inhabited by a remarkable array of wildlife, including sharks, manta rays, green turtles, dolphins and occasionally even whales inhabit its surrounding ocean.