Indonesia – Forgotten People and Untouched Coral Reefs


Islands, islands, islands, islands and even more islands. Discovered, developed, intricate, untouched, touching. But there are also jungles, cities, villages endless beaches and a fantastic underwater life in Indonesia. Here you can get an outlet for the desires of many senses. Food is a chapter in itself, as are the living conditions of the many tribes. Sunbathe, swim, swim, snorkel and dive. The activity list can be made long. Choose for yourself what you want to spend your time with. One thing we know – when you get home you have memories for life with you and even the coldest midwinter night can be warmed by them.

Indonesia 2


Thanks to all the changes that have taken place during the rapid development of Bali’s economy, tourism and communication and the increasing influence from other Indonesian islands, Bali has year after year been voted by readers in all major travel magazines to the most spectacular destination in the world. The friendly residents and the low crime rate guarantee visitors a relaxed stay.

Sulawesis’ ties to the sea are strong and deep. The island’s dramatic geography with rocky mountains, pristine rainforests, high-lying lakes and unspoilt beaches, together with the tropical background, create an astonishing variety of flora and fauna. Sulawesi is said to be the tropical heart of global biodiversity. The island is famous for its dive sites which are some of the best on earth.

In a peaceful and unexploited part of Indonesia, a little more than two hours private flight from Bali, you will find Wakatobi Dive Resort on the small island of Tolandono in southeastern Sulawesi. Home to the world’s most preserved coral reef, Wakatobi offers what many claim to be the best diving in the world. From Wakatobi’s resort you can reach over 40 dive sites.


Wakatobi is a luxury diving facility in southeastern Sulawesi, Indonesia. A quiet island idyll far from crowds and cities and without other divers within a radius of at least 3 miles, where Wakatobi combines five-star amenities with a pristine nature. A combination that has secured its reputation as one of the world’s finest destinations. You will quickly discover that Wakatobi, despite its remote location, offers an environment that is far beyond what you can expect from the world’s finest seaside resorts. The villas and bungalows are luxurious, spacious, quiet and just steps from the sea.


Short for INA by abbreviationfinder, Indonesia is a vast archipelago. Of the more than 18,000 islands, approximately 6,000 are inhabited. According to countryaah, the archipelago of Indonesia extends almost 500 km in an east-west direction and 200 km from north to south. Straight through the country, the equator intersects. The Indonesian archipelago covers an area slightly larger than mainland Australia, but four-fifths is sea.


Indonesia has a tropical sea climate with high humidity. The warm sea water around the islands means that the daytime temperature is 24-31 degrees; however, it is cooler up in the mountains.


Yes- As a tourist you can get a visa at the border valid for up to 30 days. You can also apply to the embassy in advance


Indonesian Rupiah IDR

100IDR = 0.07SEK.


bahasa indonesia is the official language, in addition about 400 local languages ​​are spoken (of which Javanese and Sundanese are the largest).


Mandatory – The yellow fever vaccination is required if you arrive from certain countries in Africa or South America.

Recommended – Malaria prophylaxis. Check with your vaccination center for personal needs.