Indonesia: Exploring the Emerald of the Equator

Mountains, forests, corals, savannas, glaciers—the world's largest archipelago has it all.
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White Crater, West Java | The bubbling sulfur beauty of Mount Ratuha.

White Crater, West Java | The bubbling sulfur beauty of Mount Ratuha.

Borneo Rainforest, Kalimantan | The world's oldest rainforest (130 million years) has new species discovered almost every month.

Borneo Rainforest, Kalimantan | The world's oldest rainforest (130 million years) has new species discovered almost every month.

Komodo Island, East Nusa Tenggara | Not only is this the natural habitat of the world's last living dinosaur, but it is also one of the only seven pink beaches in the world.

Komodo Island, East Nusa Tenggara | Not only is this the natural habitat of the world's last living dinosaur, but it is also one of the only seven pink beaches in the world.

Labuan Cermin, East Kalimantan | Freshwater on the surface, saltwater underneath, and they never mix in this mirror lake.

Labuan Cermin, East Kalimantan | Freshwater on the surface, saltwater underneath, and they never mix in this mirror lake.

Kelimutu, East Nusa Tenggara | Three-colored lakes of the same crest.

Kelimutu, East Nusa Tenggara | Three-colored lakes of the same crest.

Papuma Beach, East Java | The wind blows the ocean, the ocean crashes against towering rock formations.

Papuma Beach, East Java | The wind blows the ocean, the ocean crashes against towering rock formations.

Curug Malela, West Java | The Mini Iguazu Falls.

Curug Malela, West Java | The Mini Iguazu Falls.

Krakatoa, Lampung | A geological history in the making. Once the epicenter for one of the most violent volcanic events ever recorded, periodic eruptions are still ongoing and building a new island which grows by 5 metres every year.

Krakatoa, Lampung | A geological history in the making. Once the epicenter for one of the most violent volcanic events ever recorded, periodic eruptions are still ongoing and building a new island which grows by 5 metres every year.

Ngarai Sianok, West Sumatra | If Grand Canyon were green.

Ngarai Sianok, West Sumatra | If Grand Canyon were green.

Carstensz Pyramid, East Papua | Earth's highest island peak and tallest mountain in Oceania holds the last glaciers in the tropical Pacific.

Carstensz Pyramid, East Papua | Earth's highest island peak and tallest mountain in Oceania holds the last glaciers in the tropical Pacific.


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