Wakatobi - Indonesia

"Beyond Bali" article. This is the Wakatobi Dive Resort in Sulawesi.

East Borneo, Indonesia.

East Borneo, Indonesia.

Wakatobi - Indonesia

Wakatobi Islands: Wakatobi is located in a remote area about kilometers east of Bali. It consists of four main islands off Southeast Sulawesi and features extraordinary diving and snorkeling.

Siung Beach, Yogyakarta, is bordered by spectacular gigantic cliffs. This area once hosted the International Rock Climbing Jamboree in 2005.

Siung Beach, Yogyakarta, is bordered by spectacular gigantic cliffs. This area once hosted the International Rock Climbing Jamboree in

Gunung Api, Banda.

Gunung Api, Banda.

Sangkulirang Caves is located deep in the gut of remote forested karst mountains almost at the easternmost tip of Borneo. Sangkulirang is indeed a thrilling mystery waiting to be further exposed. Unknown to many, these intricate caves with priceless environmental value are simply sensational.

Sangkulirang Caves is located deep in the gut of remote forested karst mountains almost at the easternmost tip of Borneo. Sangkulirang is indeed a thrilling mystery waiting to be further exposed. Unknown to many, these intricate caves with priceless environmental value are simply sensational.

Siung Beach, Yogyakarta.

Siung Beach, Yogyakarta.

The lake on Kakaban Island, East Kalimantan, is one of only two places on earth that harbors stingless jellyfish.

The lake on Kakaban Island, East Kalimantan, is one of only two places on earth that harbors stingless jellyfish.

Handeuleum Island on the northeastern coast of the Ujung Kulon Peninsula offers excellent river experiences through forest and wetlands teaming with wildlife.

Handeuleum Island on the northeastern coast of the Ujung Kulon Peninsula offers excellent river experiences through forest and wetlands teaming with wildlife.

Anak Krakatau (the Child of Krakatoa), Indonesia

Anak Krakatau (the Child of Krakatoa), Indonesia

Mount Tambora, a stratovolcano in Sumbawa Island, West Nusa Tenggara, Indonesia.

Mount Tambora, a stratovolcano in Sumbawa Island, West Nusa Tenggara, Indonesia.

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