Enjoy the most beautiful views in Indonesia
By majestic volcanoes to turquoise waters, up to high altitude panoramic views you closer to the Sun. You will truly be amazed about what this beautiful country has to offer. Do you believe us, read on!
Ambon is a pristine island and a total hidden gem! It has a rich history and the port used to be very important for the trade with the European seafarers. There were in the 16th and 17th centuries, in particular, a wide variety of spices.Â Ambon is still undiscovered by hordes of tourists, the island still sees this as on a postcard. The clear waters around the island offer many possible to the creatures while snorkeling.
Best time to visit: October to March
Location: Maluku, Indonesia
The ijen crater is a living example of the statement "who must suffer pain". It overlooks the most acid Lake in the world. The turquoise, vibrant and sulphurous water is so beautiful that you will be able to turn your eyes from there difficult, even though you will go by the sulphur cross-eyed look. When it is dark, you see beautiful blue flames that do illuminate the night sky. If you are lucky, you can see blue lava the volcano spitting, this happened only once in a blue moon.
Best time to visit: June to August
Location: Ijen, East Java, Indonesia
The gigantic Raja Ampat houses more than 1,500 small islands and is located in the Coral triangle, the triangle extends from Indonesia to the Philippines and Papua New Guinea. More than 1,200 species of fish live happy here, so life in Raja Ampat should really delicious! Raja Ampat literally means "four kings", this refers to the four main islands. These islands are so large that they earn this title under the hierarchy of Islands.
Best time to visit: October to april
Location: Raja Ampat Regency, Indonesia
When you are looking for a view that you look out your eyes, take a peek at the mighty Sipisopis waterfall. It is the highest waterfall in Indonesia and the water falls of as much as 120 meters high from a cave in a puddle. A big contrast to the sound of the flowing water is the nearby Lake Toba. It is also pleasing to the eye and certainly one of the most serene places you will ever visit! It is the largest lake in Indonesia, the largest volcanic Lake in the world and it surrounds itself around the island!
Best time to visit: May to September
Location: Tongue went, Mack, Kabupaten Karo, Sumatera Utara, Indonesia 22173
The peaceful Bilitung island is about 2.5 times the size of Singapore, but has a total population of only 300,000 people. Don't expect to find large shopping centres, this island is as quiet as you can for yourself.
Best time to visit: April to October
Location: Bangka-Belitung, Indonesia
The Samosir island is located in Lake Toba, the largest lake in Indonesia. This means that you will be surrounded by lush greenery and beautiful waters which descend at right angles up to 1,100 kilometers! Stop here to reflect and to take the slow village life to behold.
Best time to visit: May to September
Location: Samosir Regency, North Sumatra, Indonesia
Yet another pristine destination is the island of Sulawesi, remarkably, seems on the letter "K" when you put it on the map. It is the 11-largest island in the world and Sulawesi is perfect to have to deviate from the beaten track. You can do so much more here than on some of the other destinations such as diving, trekking through the jungle and explore volcanoes! Serious divers go directly to Sulawesi for the rich marine life in the Celebes Sea, and even when you're not diving keeps you will love the bright and sparkling waters. When you really need to rest keeps you yourself literally above water on this turquoise waters!
Best time to visit: June to October
Location: Sulawesi, Indonesia
The natural beauty of Indonesia have an overwhelming yet soothing calmness that you make it hard to leave at the end of the ride. This is probably the biggest reason why people keep coming back for the best possible relaxation!