Indonesia highlights holiday

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Departure information

Everything is tweak-able, giving you the freedom to build a unique and personal trip for your chosen date. Upgrade your accommodation for all - or just part - of your trip, slow down the pace with few extra nights here and there or add a few more active adventures along the way.

Responsible tourism

Responsible tourism: Indonesia highlights holiday


We also encourage our clients to set a good example to the local community by taking rubbish with them and disposing of it responsibly, as we are aware of the rubbish issue in Indonesia.

We provide our clients with a 'how to be a responsible traveller' information page to teach them how to use as little water or energy as possible.

Our environmental policy begins at home - in our Brighton office we have a strict recycling system and work closely with a local recycling company to ensure we are on track. Last year we saved the equivalent of 15 trees and we are working hard to increase this. All our paper is then bought from the recycling company closing the circle.

In Bukit Lawang we book eco-friendly accommodation that recycle where possible and are passionate about keeping the area rubbish free. The guides we use here are also instructed to take their rubbish with them and protect the wildlife in the National Park as well. When you take the guided tour, this will all be explained by your guide.

Our accommodation that we book in each area are small scale, locally run hotels which directly support the local community rather than going to any International chains.

In Komodo we use experienced local ranges that are knowledgeable about the animals and know what it takes to protect and sustain the surrounding environment.


All of the accommodation we use is locally owned and small scale, meaning we are directly supporting the country's economy and local people. We recommend our clients to try local restaurants and businesses, hence only including accommodation with breakfast giving our guests the opportunity to try and support the local restaurants and food stalls.

We work with local partners who provide above minimum wage for all employees, use qualified guides, and have energy saving policies in place which match our values.

Our local partners also support local villages in Indonesia, and strive to find local programs which give a great insight into the the local culture and community.

In our 'Know Before You Go' we provide lots of helpful information for the client on what to wear, how to act, and useful phrases to get by so they will get a warm welcome from the local community.

In Medan you are taken with a local guide to a small village where you can learn to make local street food snacks and support the community directly

We include a local trip around Yogyakarta to allow you to mingle with the local community, purchase local food and drinks and learn a new skill! The locals will also benefit with this interaction by meeting you and learning about your culture too.

In Ubud you will be able to cycle through the local villages, learn about coffee production and eat at a local restaurant for lunch as well to support directly into the local community.

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