Jl. Danau Tamblingan No. 68
Sanur, Denpasar, Bali, Indonesia
Bali has always been a favorite dream destination. Year after year it's chosen as one of the world's best places for adventure, expedition, shopping, relaxation, spa treatments, ceremonies, nature and a welcoming smiling inhabitant.
The beautiful Balihinduisme can be seen everywhere. The colorful offerings that are put on the street and in the temples every morning and evening symbolize their respect to their Gods and spirits. The karma of the island gives you an inner peacefulness that is difficult to explain.
Lombok is not as touristy as Bali, but it's also a popular place to go. The culture has not changed because of the tourism and you will not have to go far away from you hotel before you enter areas where few tourist have been.
The coastline of pristine white beaches can be enjoyed on a one day drive and in the centre of Lombok you can view the 3rd highest volcano in Indonesia - Gunung Rinjani (3.726m).
Flores is a part of the Lesser Sunda Islands chain and is located East of Komodo. The island has been influenced by many foreigners. for centuries their harbor was a meeting place for ships doing business in import/export.
Komodo is just known by its name. National Geographic has made some unique programs from this are that is located east from Bali and nestled in between Sumbawa and Flores. A protected National Park where you will find the endangered species Komodo Dragon (varanus komodoensis).
Sulawesi is located northeast of the island of Bali. Before better known as Celebes and was previous the “door” to the Spice Islands. Sulawesi is primarily known for the two colorful ethnic groups – the adventurous Buginese and the highlands of Toraja. The island is covered with steep mountains, deep valleys, rivers, lakes, tropical rainforest, white sand beaches and an incredible flora and fauna, many of them only found in Sulawesi.
Nicktours is focusing its program to the culture of Tana Toraja, which is located in the highlands.
This island is the most populated of the thousand of the Indonesian islands. Over half of the total population of 220 mill lives here. You will still be able to find spots on the island where there are hardly no one lives. The volcano range stretches from west to east and many of them are active all the time.
East and Central Java offers some of the worlds most scenic volcanic areas (Mt. Bromo) as well as the world largest Buddhist monument in Borobodur. Both place amazing to experience by sunrise.
The world 5th biggest island is still quiet unknown island in Indonesia and it’s not the first island that comes to mind for visiting. Sumatra is rich in culture and nature and then the island is rich in exporting products (Oil, gas, rubber, tin, palm oil, tobacco, tea, coffee and timber) and located in a place that has had an impressive history.
Most tourists visiting the island are going to the well known Bohorok Rehabilitation centre for the Orangutan, which is a 2 ours drive from Medan and it’s a part of the Gunung Leuser National Park.
Kalimantan is the Indonesian name for the last two third of Borneo. The last part of Borneo are divided into the East Malaysian provinces Sabah and Sarawak The Indonesian part is little known for the normal traveling tourist. You can sail hundred of kilometers and most people are using the water ways to get around.
On the southern part of Kalimantan you find the area of Banjarmasin and Pangkalanbun. It’s in these areas where you can visit one of the rehabilitation centre for the Orangutan in the Tanjung Puting National Park.
The less known and dry island of Sumba has the richest tribal culture in Nusa Tenggara centered on a religious tradition called marapu.
It's one of the most fascination islands to visit, with a decidedly off-the-beaten-track landscape and are unique for its thatched clan houses, enormous carved megalith tombs, beautiful handspun ikat and bloody sacrificial funerals.
Few traveler's make it here, but it's a deeply rewarding place and to explore this area is like another adventure.
Traveling around in Papua is an experience and adventure at the same time.
The terrain covering half of New Guinea, the planet’ second-largest island, is a big diversity from Papua’s misty peak of Puncak Jaya (5.050m) – which features permanent snowfields and small glaciers – to the steamy island groups of Biak and Raja Ampat located close to equator.
In the centre of Baliem Valley, where most of our tours are concentrated, we will have time to explore some of this wildlife as well as get close to some of the tribes that are so well known.