The Indonesian archipelago is considered the largest in the world and has more than 15,000 islands.
Indonesia has a diverse landscape, incredibly friendly people, and unique wildlife. The visitors will discover a land full of natural pearls: stunning sunsets, amazing visions of a volcanic eruption, tangled jungles and colorful butterflies.
The islands of Bali, Java, and Sumatra are the most popular islands in Indonesia and many tourists are traveling there to get a taste of the wonderful nature offered them.
Indonesia’s maritime area is measured at about 12 million square kilometers, most mountainous islands, and therefore you can find lots of volcanoes in the area and volcanic activity.
Indonesia is among the most populous countries in the world, with a mix of cultures and sub-cultures. The residents speak hundreds of different languages, people come from diverse cultures and different religions.
Indonesia is on both sides of the equator. so, Monsoon is a familiar phenomenon here. Between October and April, there is the wet season and May to September – the dry season.
Islands in Indonesia
Helmara is the largest island of the archipelago. Along the coast are different population groups, each of which has a different language and customs.
Murutai Island is located north of the Helhara island and it had factories for producing products such as cocoa and oil.
The islands have several historical sites, which attract tourists. Further south is the island of Ambon, where you can visit several fortresses, evidence of the 17th century Dutch colonial era.
Banda Island, in the center of the Banda Sea, is also known as the original spice island. On the island, there are many plantations for growing nutmeg.
There so much to do in Indonesia!