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Indonesia is also home to a vast range of fauna and flora as well as countless linguistic and ethnic groups, cultures, and incredible landscapes. We can’t emphasize enough how much you need to visit (and spend time in) this beautiful country! The island of Bali (must we say more?), visit the dragons of Komodo Island, trek to the peak of the Kelimutu Volcanic Lakes, explore the island of Lombok, and go scuba diving throughout the Gili Islands and Raja Ampat. Indonesia has some of the most pristine underwater landscapes and marine life—if you like diving (whether avid or advanced), Indonesia is bucket-list status.
Going to Bali feels like going on a never-ending adventure–there is an activity to suit every soul! Bali is a popular destination for many people around the world and it’s easy to see why. From its unending idyllic beaches, captivating spiritual energy, terraced rice fields, and exotic sunsets, there is so much to see and experience on this magnificent island paradise! Experience surfing, yoga, meditation, trekking, or delicious food. Certain areas of Bali have been influenced with hubs of insta-worthy cafes and vegan restaurants. But other areas are still quite remote, maintaining their uniquely Balinese beauty and charm.
The best time to travel to Indonesia is during the dry season! From May to September the days are hot, dry, and there’s not a rain cloud in sight. You’ll have excellent weather for scuba diving, hiking, and lazy days at the beach. Indonesia’s wet season is from October to April, but it’s still a beautiful time to visit parts of the country. While there are intense tropical downpours almost daily, the showers only last an hour or two. The official language in Indonesia is Indonesian.