Indonesia diving

3-4 Weeks in 

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Consisting of thousands of islands sprawled along the equator, Indonesia is a country of numerous cultures, spectacular landscapes and incredible biodiversity, offering massive potential for adventures.

Highlights

  • Learn to dive in the Komodo National Park
  • Experience local culture by taking part in a community project.
  • Visit the majestic Buddhist temple of Borobudur.
  • Flying over to the beautiful island of Flores
  • See the magnificent Komodo Dragons on Rinca Island.

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All of our expeditions are completely tailored to your needs – if you’re undecided about where to go, just call us, we love sharing ideas. The world really is your oyster!

Expedition

  • Experiencing a different culture

    Indonesia is a melting pot of religions and cultures including Islam, Christianity, Buddhism, Hinduism & Confucianism. Despite this diversity Indonesian societies are open and tolerant, and visitors will note the inclusiveness and friendliness of the people. Celebrations and festivals are very important, along with traditional arts and a love of spicy, savoury food.

  • Finding adventure

    In the Komodo National Park, teams can learn to dive and gain their PADI Open Water certificate in a PADI 5* Dive Centre. Diving amid Indonesia’s stunning coral reefs provides the perfect opportunity to witness some of the incredible marine life that inhabits the waters.

  • Working with local communities

    Participate in a community-based project and gain a real understanding of local culture. Help to develop the infrastructure of a rural village by repairing houses or building community forest shelters. Alternatively get involved in a conservation initiative aimed at recycling plastic waste.

  • Ecosystems & Conservation

    Indonesia is developing rapidly, and this has had a huge impact on the country’s natural resources. Learn about the threats to marine and land habitats resulting from overfishing, deforestation and pollution and the conservation efforts that are being introduced to protect the environment.

What to expect

  • Terrain

    Travelling across Indonesia is an opportunity to experience a wonderfully dramatic and diverse landscape, ranging from volcanic peaks, lush jungle, pristine beaches and rich coral reefs.

  • Culture

    Comprising over 200 ethnic groups, the population of Indonesia is as diverse as its landscapes. Each island has a unique mixture of peoples, cultures and traditions and the range of experiences on offer are hard to beat.

  • Weather

    Indonesia has a tropical climate with consistently high temperatures year-round, except at higher elevations. The main variable is in rainfall, with April to October being the dryer season in most areas.

We’re always happy to talk travel and would love to find out more about your ideas.

Please do call or email us for more information, to organise a first meeting, or even just for a chat. We’ll be delighted to hear from you.

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True Adventure expeditions are fully protected by ATOL. ATOL financially protects all flights and air packages sold by UK tour operators, offering such protection for nearly 30 million passengers a year. ATOL is managed by the Civil Aviation Authority which is Government backed and has been providing financial protection to air travellers for nearly 30 years. True Adventure holds an ATOL license and our registration number is 9302.

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