WHAT TO DO IN BALI?
Temple of Tanah Lot
Built by a priest during the sixteenth century, the temple is dedicated to the guardian spirits of the sea and is believed to be guarded by the dangerous marine snakes that live below the surface. When the tide is high, the rock in which the temple is located almost completely covers, but for some hours a day it is possible to get to the temple by walking without getting wet.
The entrance of the cave is constituted by a huge elephant carved in the rock, whose mouth gives way to the cave. Inside there is a sculpture of Ganesha, (god of science) who looks like an elephant.
The cultural and arts capital of Java Island is the city of Yogyakarta. Yogyakarta is also famous for being a higher education center in Indonesia, and the city in which we settle to plan our visits. We say rent a car with driver (below we give you all the details), for convenience, and to optimize the time of our visits. When traveling with a child, we thought it was the best option, and we could not be more successful.
Toraja (or Torayas), a conglomerate of towns that inhabit the central mountainous region. A different set of groups of around 600,000 members, of which two thirds of them live in the area known as Tana Toraja.
Undoubtedly, Borneo is at the highest position in the world’s wildest destinations. 10% of the rainforest is in Borneo and Indonesia, thanks to Kalimantan, it is in the third position of the countries with more biodiversity in the world; according to WWF, on the island it is estimated that there are at least 222 species of mammals, 420 resident birds, 100 amphibians, 394 fish and 15,000 plants also multiplying constantly with the discovery and classification of three new species every month
Wamena with the Papuas
Travel to Papua is to look at prehistory: a spectacular nature, human communities far from civilization and a sea full of islands as if they were still forming the continents.
They impress the landscapes of mountains and jungle that allow to be lived thanks to trekking routes of different difficulties, the splendid sea and the beaches of the island of Waigeo, and the primitive life of the community Dani (one of the many indigenous tribes of the island ).
Bali is a living postcard, an Indonesian paradise that seems to be fantasy. Enjoy the sun on an expanse of fine white sand or get in touch with tropical creatures by diving through coral reefs or the colorful remains of a World War II ship.
island of Komodo
Komodo Island, one of the New Seven Wonders of Nature, is also home to deer, monkeys, buffaloes, pigs, snakes, lizards, civets, whales, dolphins, mantas, various coral reef building species, sponges and fish.
MAP OF PLACES OF INTEREST
Garuda Wisnu kencana
Templo de Tahah Lot