The thousands of Island have so many interesting walking, hiking and climbing tracks to offer that you can fill up easily several years of your life and you will still not be bored. Easier track does not mean less beautiful. The many green tracks on each island of Indonesia have its own “specialty”. All depends on where you are looking for, nature, culture, or just amazing stunning views like sunrise and more.
Many agree that hiking in Indonesia is for those who seek the real beauty of the country. Indonesia is located in the Ring of Fire is why mountains and volcanoes can easily be found. When you visit Java Island, you will have many option for hiking java indonesia.
But yes. It is not always about indonesia hiking mountain. To see the hidden paradise, you can take indonesia trekking tour to several special places like the jungle in Borneo, mangrove forest, the nation’s national park, the rice fields in Bali, Ijen Crater for the lake and the Blue Fire, and even more lakes to see in some volcanoes. The fact that each Island has its own beauty and natural habitat will make this trip amazing.
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Each Indonesia hiking places heve their own level of difficulty. All tracks are unique on its own way and for every person there is trekking route with the right level of challenge. Below you will find several hiking places in indonesia and trekking spot indonesia. Make your hiking trip Indonesia fun by joining us.
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Yes. One important thing to know before you travel to Indonesia is the Indonesia has four different types of visa:Visa Exemption, Visa on Arrival, Visit Visa & Multiple Visit Visa. Each type of visa has specific requirements. You can check the details and Visa & Immigration policy here: http://www.imigrasi.go.id
Bahasa Indonesia is the national and official language of Indonesia and is used in the entire country. Most Indonesians also have their own ethnic language and dialect, with the most widely spoken being Javanese and Sundanese. Some ethnic Chinese communities continue to speak various Chinese dialects, most notably Hokkien in Medan and Teochew in Pontianak.
English is not widely spoken in Indonesia. However, an acceptable level of English can be understood in a number of major cities and tourists’ destinations including Bali, Batam, Jakarta, Bandung, Surabaya, and Yogyakarta. Moreover, most hotel and airline staff can also communicate in English on a basic to moderate level. All of our guides/drivers can also speak English.
You could find SIM Card in airports where they held a number of local cell phone company providers booths for you to choose from such as Telkomsel, XL, Smartfren, 3/Tri, Axis, Indosat/IM3, etc. The prices vary for each provider starting from IDR 10,000.
You can exchange foreign currency in major cities throughout the archipelago at banks and money changers. Most tourists’ resorts have money changer facilities; however, if you are traveling to more remote areas it is advisable to exchange your money beforehand. If you need a large amount of foreign currency, and you don’t have a foreign currency account at your bank, it is best to order the money the day before. Local banks keep a limited amount of foreign currency in their smaller branches.