In this guide, we’ll walk you through the eligibility criteria, the validity of the Visa on Arrival for Indonesia, and the steps for applying online.
Sumatra, the sixth largest island in the world, is a treasure chest of natural beauty and cultural diversity. Located in western Indonesia, this lush island offers a wealth of experiences for adventurous travellers. In this blog post, we’ll show you the perfect 1 week Sumatra …
We have summarised the most frequently asked questions and created a list of preparations for Sumatra!
Depending on the time of year, there are corresponding activities in different areas of the island. We give you tips on the best time to travel to Sumatra and which highlights are recommended in which month.
The name orangutan means “man of the forest” in Indonesian and humans share 95% of dna with them. It can be dangerous for the wild animals to have physical contact with humans, as they can die from even the transmission of a mild cold.
For a trip to Sumatra, you should know some basic Indonesian vocabulary. Many locals in Sumatra in particular speak little or no English. It helps if you know a little Indonesian vocabulary for your trip to Sumatra.
Many dishes in Sumatra are accidentally vegan or can be easily adapted. People in the warungs and restaurants in the touristy places are very open for adjustments to the dishes and can cater many needs.
When trekking in the jungle in Bukit Lawang, there are a number of rules of conduct to follow. Only in this way can we guarantee you an unforgettable experience. 1. listen to your guide Our guides are well trained and know the jungle like the …
Jungle Trekking in Bukit Lawang is only possible with a guide. Unfortunately some of the guides are not licenced and feed the orangutans. Therefore it is essential, that you do some research before chosing a guide. Here’s some tipps on how to find a responsible trekking guide…
Not only the Amazon is burning right now, there are also wildfires in Indonesia. Close to 700 hotspots have been identified in fire-prone regions in Sumatra, Kalimantan and the Riau islands. These forests are not only home to many amazing animals, some of which even endangered, they also produce 20% of the world’s oxigen. Here are some things everybody can and should do: