This program is designed for people who are interested in discovering off-the-beaten path of Indonesia while seeking a meaningful life experience through short/longterm volunteering opportunities. This trip will also give you opportunities to learn and gain new perspectives on how a quickly developing country, such as Indonesia, seeks to balance its environmental sustainability. Explore life in another culture, and share your hands and heart with local people.
Officially made up of 17,508 islands, Indonesia archipelago has one of the highest levels of biodiversity in the world. It has 28,000 flora species ranging from tiny, rare orchids to giant Rafflesia flower, and 3,500 species of animals, including the endangered giant Komodo Lizard, the horned Javan Rhinoceros, and Sumatrans tigers. Indonesia is a rich biodiversity transition zone where animals and plants of Asian origins meet Australian origins.
Indonesia has a vibrant cultural heritage with each group preserving unique traditions, customs, religions. and cuisines. Eight of UNESCO World Heritage Sites including Sangiran, the Early Man archaeological site and largest Buddhist temple, Borobudur, are located in Indonesia.
We believe that travel is an essential part of lifelong learning. This trip is not only meaningful and educational but also equally fun and exciting. We offer year-round short or longterm volunteer-based travel programs that showcase Indonesia's unique combination of splendid natural beauty, amazing wildlife and culture. Please contact us for more detail information.