Track down the 'man of the forest', discover three-metre long komodo dragons and marvel at natural wonders in our unmissable guide to Western Indonesia
Find the ‘man of the forest’ in the jungle near Bukit Lawang, also home to tigers, rhino, eles and more.
The world’s largest crater lake, set amid magnificent highlands and the villages of the Batak people.
A refined city of museums, galleries and palaces; a good base for Borobudur and Prambanan.
Nothing prepares you for the volcanic marvel of Bromo – itself just one crater amid a cluster of cones.
Artistic, graceful, spiritual (and that’s just the people), it’s no wonder Bali’s the nation’s most-visited island.
This trio of idyllic specks off Lombok’s coast offers tropical living and reef diving par excellence.
Found on five islands off Flores (and nowhere else) these dinosaur-esque reptiles grow up to 3m.
These three crater lakes – each a different, changing hue – sit atop a volcano on Flores.
"To the west the mountain’s own shadow pointed towards the uninhabited jungles of west Bali and the volcanic peaks of Java; in the other direction, great swathes of corduroy paddy terraces stretched away to the fairytale cone of Gunung Agung, which floated on a solid blanket of downy mist." | A new dawn