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Photo Gallery: Indonesia's Outer Islands

Indonesia is an island nation with more than 17'000 individual islands and the most spectacular ones are on the eastern side of the archipelago. Bali, Lombok, Sumba, Sumbawa, Komodo Flores and Timor to name a few are part of the outer islands. Most of them are volcanic with the majority still active. Some of these islands are considered to be the most biodiverse marine places on earth teeming with life and species nowhere else to be seen on earth. Many rare forms of plant life and fascinating animals can be found here, including the elusive Komodo dragon, a giant lizard species endemic to this island. The less visited islands heading east from Bali have some of the most amazing scenery, perfect for great scuba diving, stunning beaches, surreal wildlife and deeply-rooted culture and traditions. While the majority of travellers visit Bali, Lombok and Sumba a trip further east requires small boats and ferries or even small planes. Our journey offers something for everyone. A true paradise for the curious. This photo gallery is a snapshot of a past tour and gives you an idea what we have on offer. Check out our current trips.

Balinese Dancers with traditional handcrafted masks, Bali, Indonesia

Traditional Balinese Dance Performance, Bali, Indonesia

Balinese Bamboo Flute Players, Bali, Indonesia

Animal hair for Balinese Masks, Bali, Indonesia

One of the many Balinese Temples in a private Garden, Bali, Indonesia

Rice Terraces on the slopes of Mount Agung, Bali, Indonesia

Raja Ampat, West Papua, Indonesia

Wreathed Hornbill (Aceros undulatus), Southern Ground Hornbill (Bucorvus leadbeateri) Indonesia

Angkor Wat ruins, Cambodia

Pura Ulan Danu Temple on the shores of Lake Bratan, Bali, Indonesia

Pura Ulan Danu Temple, Pura Taman Ayun Tempel in Mengwi, House of Toraja ethnic people, South Sulawesi, Indonesia
 
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