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INDOGLOBAL ADVENTURE - Your personalized Tour Operator & Travel Agency in Indonesia - are very pleased to introduce you to our Best Offers on many diverse Tour Destinations all over the Indonesia's Eastern Islands ;

Tongkonan Traditional House of TorajaSulawesi - The unknown exciting land of seas-farers & ancient rituals.

Spanish and Portuguese galleons, followed by British and Dutch traders, sailed these seas in search of the spice trade. From as early as the 14th century, this are was filled with famous kingdoms, most notably are Luwu, Gowa, Soppeng, Tallo and Bone. European influence started in the 16th century, when in 1538 Portuguese arrived in Makassar and sought audience with Gowa king.

 
 

Minagkabau Traditional HouseSumatra - The largest island in Indonesia with their famous Toba Lake and Samosir Island.

Home to a diverse array of cultures and a fascinating kaleidescope of Indonesian life, the region of North Sumatra has many wonders to explore. North Sumatra’s specacular natural beauty spreads from the magnificent Lake Toba, the biggest lake in Southeast Asia, to the jungle of Bukit Lawang which organgutans make their home. The natural and cultural wonders here make this is a region to come and have a true adventure.

 
 

Borobudur TempleJava - The famous Borobodur temple which one of the seven wonders in the world.

History has left its footprints across Java Island, an area rich in culture and tradition descending from a powerful Hindu and Buddhist past, and more recent Islamic influences. Due to its colorful past, Java has become the place it is today--a beautiful area full of modern amenities yet still retaining its tranquility and peace.

 
 

Orang Utan BorneoKalimantan / Borneo - The Dayak tribes with their Long Houses and Orang Utan.

Kalimatan is the biggest province on the island, covering 253,800 square kilometers, most are covered in jungles. The northern area is mountainous and difficult to reach. The central is dense tropical forest. The southern area is swampy and it has many rivers. The climate is hot and humid. The tree Dayak sub-tribes who inhabit this province are the Ngaju, Ot Danum and Ma.

 
 

Baliem Valley FestivalIrian Jaya / Papua -  The West Papua with Their stone-age culture.

Papua is the common name that refers to the western half of the Island of New Guinea (Indonesian New Guinea). The province of West Papua, also known as West Irian Jaya, covers the bird’s head of Papua, a large peninsula on Indonesian New Guinea’s far northwest corner, and the small islands that surround it. Geographic boundaries of this province are the Pacific Ocean in the north; Seram Sea in the west; Banda Sea in the south; and Papua province in the east.

 
 

Banda Neira Island MalukuMaluku - The Spice Islands with its best spot of birding in Indonesia.

Maluku is blessed with incredible sea gardens, idyllic, tropical beaches and rugged, forest-coated volcanic mountains. These are the famous ‘spice islands’ which drew Indian, Chinese, Arab and eventually European traders in search of cloves and nutmeg. In 1511, the Portuguese built their first fort in the area on the island of Ternate, and cornered the clove trade. The Dutch, who arrived in 1599, mounted the first serious threat to Pourtuguese control of Maluku’s treasures. Armed conflicts broke out, taking a heavy toll from the island populations as well as the rival European powers. When the Dutch finally emerged as victors they enforced their trade monopoly with an iron fist. Whole villages were razed to the ground and thousands of islanders died, especially on the island of Banda. The British briefly occupied Maluku during the Napoleonic Wars, but Dutch rule was restored in 1814 and it wasn’t until 1863 that the compulsory cultivation of spices was abolished in the province. Now fish and other sea products are Maluku’s major sources of revenue, but nickel, oil, manganese and various kinds of timber also contribute to the pro¬vince’s wealth.

 
 

Lombok Sasak HouseLombok - In some ways is like BALI of the past.

Long overshadowed by its superstar neighbour across the Lombok Strait there's a steady hum about Lombok that catches the ear of travellers looking for something different from Bali. Blessed with exquisite white-sand beaches, epic surf, a lush forested interior, and hiking trails through tobacco and rice fields, Lombok is fully loaded with equitorial allure. Oh, and you'll probably notice mighty Gunung Rinjani, Indonesia's second-highest volcano, its summit complete with hot springs and a dazzling crater lake.

 
 

Kelimutu Crater LakeFlores - The island of Three colour lakes on Mt. Kelimutu.

Flores is the most fascinating and beautiful island. Long hidden in the shadows of its more famous neighbor Bali, the island of Flores is finally emerging as a unique destination of its own.  So, after visiting the lair of the Komodo dragons, take time to marvel at some of the wonders of Flores.  Here you can swim in pristine lakes and waterfalls, dive at one of the 50 spectacular dive sites, go kayaking among craggy coasts and mangrove shores, explore mysterious caves and be warmly welcomed by the island’s people in their rituals, dances and daily life.

 
 

Komodo DragonKomodo - The island of three meter Lizards known as Komodo Dragon.

Komodo Island, named after the 3 meter Lizards known as Komodo Dragon. Real dragons spurt no fire, have no need to fly and cast no magic spells. And still, one look from them might render you speechless. These komodos, the real life dragons, are a sight indeed. Gigantic, the lizard-like creatures are about two or three meters in length. They can easily weigh about 165 kilograms. Despite of their sheer size and appearance, they are not active hunters. What makes them intimidating is the fact that they are a patient predator. In the wild, they stalk a victim, usually a weak or injured one. One bite and that's what it usually takes. After following the victim for a while, sometimes up to several days' time, the komodos will devour the dying prey.

 
 

The Above are those best known cultural, historical and truly exotic holiday destinations in Indonesia after Bali.

With over10 years experience in handling trips within Sulawesi and other Eastern Indonesia islands. We ensure you that we can take you to visit "untouristy" and remote areas to meet the local tribes, observing the endangered animals or hiking up the mountains and volcanoes. All of our designed-package tours are led directly by our own local Experienced-Tour Guides and the Itineraries with its conditions are flexible. Furthermore, Prices, Budget and Time Requirements are always tailored according to your special need.


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