Tailor Made Adventure Holidays and Group Tours in Indonesia

The vast and sprawling archipelago of Indonesia is home to an incredible wealth of diversity, its different islands having separate and distinct characters and often home to very different groups of people. Our group tours and tailor made holidays to Indonesia focus on its most fascinating regions – from Tanah Toraja highlands of Sulawesi, with their intricate traditional architecture and elaborate and impressive funeral ceremonies, to the forgotten tribes of the Baliem Valley in West Papua, still living as they have for thousands of years. We trek through remote villages where little has changed for centuries, explore incredible national parks and experience vibrant local culture, the likes of which cannot be seen anywhere else in the world. Indonesia is all too often ignored by travellers but those that take the time to uncover the secrets of its islands step into a hidden world of natural and ethnic wonders that are hard to beat.


Indonesia - Sulawesi Explorer

Style: TravellerCultural discovery away from the crowds
Duration: 15 days
Type: GroupSmall group tours with a maximum of 12 travellers

Explore vibrant traditional culture in a land renowned for its exquisite traditional architecture and elaborate festivals. Visit the highland region of Tanah Toraja to witness its unique customs, look for unusual wildlife, see the incredible ‘hanging graves’ and visit picturesque national parks. An astounding trip to one of Asia’s least visited regions.

Indonesia West Papua Voyage of Discovery

Style: TravellerCultural discovery away from the crowds
Duration: 12 days
Type: GroupSmall group tours with a maximum of 12 travellers

Explore the Raja Ampat archipelago of West Papua on board a beautiful wooden Buginese Schooner. During 10 days of cruising we will take you on a thorough exploration of what is without a doubt one of the least visited but most memorable adventure destinations on our planet. Swim through mysterious dome-topped caves, follow in the footsteps of Alfred Russel Wallace in a quest to spot the remarkable Red Bird of Paradise and unwind in the unsurpassed natural splendour of Raja Ampat’s Wayag islands.