Indonesia is home to more than 17,000 islands—so why only visit the one overrun by tourists?
Indonesia is the largest archipelago in the world, with five major islands, 30 groups of smaller islands, and countless miniature spots tucked away throughout its sprawling setting. This incredible country is home to some of the most beautiful national parks, over 100 exotic endangered animals, the world’s biggest flower, and 34,000 miles of coastline. In short: there’s a lot to explore here.
But despite all that, most tourists just stick to exploring Bali. Those looking to explore Indonesia a little deeper are the real winners, with any number of secret islands playing host to hidden beach coves, untouched coral reefs, never-stepped sand, and rarely visited waterfalls.
Offering a deeper insight into everything Indonesia’s natural world is best loved for, these secret islands are a must-visit for any self-respecting adventurer. Ready to dig a little deeper? Read on for some of Indonesia’s most secret spots.