As you read this post, I’m probably on a plane to Indonesia or I’ll have already landed there. I’ll be on one of my biggest adventures to date!
I’m visiting Indonesia in partnership with the Indonesia Tourism Board to share with you my adventures in this beautiful and diverse country, and to inspire you to travel there as well!
So, what type of adventures will I be up to?
Tanjung Puting — I’m going to be getting close to nature and wildlife at the Tanjung Puting National Park. There, I’ll be cruising down the Sekonyer river by Klotok (a wooden traditional boat) for three days and two nights, and I may get the chance to spot the rhinoceros hornbill, flying fox, long tail macaque and more. I will also be visiting Camp Leakey, the oldest orangutan research and conversation center in the world.
Wakatobi — I will be snorkelling and diving in Wakatobi, one of the best underwater destinations in the world. I’ll also be watching traditional dances, going on a dolphin tour, visiting the Bajo tribe and more.
Komodo National Park — Then, I will make my way to Komodo National Park where I’ll be exploring Padar Island, Rinca Island, and Kalong Island, going bat-watching, and visiting Pink Beach.
Bali — I will end off my trip to Indonesia in Bali where I’ll be exploring the Uluwatu Temple, learning about the arts such as the traditional dances and music, and partaking in some water activities.
I am so so so excited about this amazing opportunity and I can’t wait to share my adventures in Indonesia with you!!
Follow along my adventures in Indonesia in real-time on Instagram, Twitter and Facebook. I’ll be documenting this trip with the hashtags #efaaindonesia, #tripofwonders, and #wonderfulindonesia. I may try to squeeze in a blog post during the trip but many more will come after!
Are there any other must-sees or must-dos you’d recommend in Indonesia? Please let me know in the comments below. I’d love to hear your thoughts!
(And yes, slight change of travel plans since I posted about my trip around Europe. Don’t worry, though, that’s definitely still happening. This trip shall just serve as my major stepping stone into the world of travel instead!
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