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Indonesia - the land of the 1000 islands


With an average temperature of 30 degrees and numerous white sand beaches, Indonesia is a popular destination for numerous holidaymakers. But the huge archipelago has far more to offer. The more than 17,000 islands differ in their flora and fauna as well as their customs and traditions in an astonishing manner. While Bali is largely influenced by Hinduism, people of Muslim faith primarily live on Lombok.

The different ways of life are reflected in the street scene, in the clothing of the people and, of course, in the different religious buildings. In Indonesia, culture and architecture lovers feel just as much as activist and nature lovers.

Climb one of the numerous active volcanoes, explore endless caves or watch the fantastic underwater world on your travels. Indonesia is a real paradise for divers. Even many of the small islands offer excellent diving spots, which can convince with crystal clear water and a variety of wildlife.

Impressive temple complexes
No matter which island you are on, you never have to run long to see the next temple. The numerous Buddhist and Hindu buildings characterize mainly Java and Bali and give the country an almost enchanted atmosphere.

On your travels you should definitely not miss the two temple complexes Borobudur and Prambanan on Java. They are among the most significant religious buildings in the country and are more than 1000 years old.

Bali is nicknamed "Island of the Gods", so you can visit one temple after another. Many Balinese even build their own temple in the native garden. If you ask politely, you can even admire it from the inside and so you can learn more about the culture of the country far away from tourist attractions.

For nature lovers
If you want to travel a lot in nature, you will have lots of fun on your journeys in Indonesia. The impressive rice terraces alone, there are nearly everywhere to be seen, are already a breathtaking sight. In addition, there are numerous crashing waterfalls, which invite to a refreshment, dense jungle trails and, of course, the ubiquitous volcanoes.

A real showpiece is the Mount Batur, in his ascent can even get smoke or flying ashes to your face. On the island of Sumatra you can visit the Gunung Leuser National Park. Here mainly endangered animal species, such as elephants, rhinos and orang utans live.

A paradise for diversIndonesia is undoubtedly a paradise for divers. About 15 percent of the world's reefs are located around the coasts of more than 17,000 islands. So there is plenty to see. Also the pleasant water temperatures of 25 to 30 ° C make the dive to success. Depending on the diving spot you can admire different animals.

On display there as turtles, sharks, coral fish, rays and sunfish.