With over 16,000 islands and 240 million people, Indonesia is one incredibly diverse country.  Throughout history Indonesia has seen travelers from India, China, the Arab peninsula, and Europe come and go.  With more than 700 languages still spoken across these islands, Indonesians have still managed to forge a national identity and a deep pride in what it means to be Indonesian while still holding on to the distinctions that make them individuals.

Taman Safari (Safari Park) in Bogor, West Java, Indonesia

From the island of Sumatra on the west to Papua in the east, Indonesia offers the beauty of fast paced Jakarta, coffee plantations of Sumatra, tranquil life of Bali, and so much more.  Each island is a place all its own. 

While Ethnojourneys doesn't have Field Reps all over Indonesia, we can help you make the most of your time there and where possible, we'd love to give you some insight if we can't host you on your trip.

At Borobudur near Yogyakarta, East Java, Indonesia.