Indonesia is made up of over 17,000 islands–discover some of the more remote and less-traveled jewels of the Java Sea. Cruise through the remnants of Krakatoa and view the volcano’s “children” that have appeared since 1883 after of one the world’s largest volcanic explosions. Snorkel and dive amongst vibrant coral gardens; kayak in secluded bays with hundreds of fish teeming below; engage with local villagers and learn about their daily lives, music, and crafts– all unique and inspired by the amazing colors and beauty that surrounds them.
Experience the innovative melting pot that is Singapore–a spectacular blend of cultures, innovation, and beauty
Swim and snorkel the coral reefs off the pristine, uninhabited isles of the Natuna and Anambas archipelagos
Be awestruck at the grandeur and sheer size of Borobudur Temple, the largest Buddhist temple in the world and a UNESCO World Heritage site
Explore the jungles of West Bali Barat National Park and Menjangan Island–be on the lookout for the colorful Javan banded pitta, the Bali myna, and the native barking deer