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The next saltwater obsession- Sumatra captures everything that is rare and wonderful about the world of surfing. While other spots in Indonesia run the risk of being trampled by tourism, Sumatra maintains her mystique. Once upon a time these jungle clad lands and pristine peaks were off-limits and completely inaccessible to all but the hardiest of travelling surfers. Now, thanks to only a few bespoke eco-resorts offering surf packages, those with a fierce spirit but…Learn More
A lyrical name, an obscure history, and far from the tourist trail – Morotai is every inch the desert island that has yet to buckle beneath the demands of hordes of discerning travellers. Dubbed the Pearl of the Pacific, Morotai invites you as far-flung north as you can go in Indonesia. A barely-there place to be; Morotai is constantly shifting to merge and split island sands, the pristine waters ripple with diving spots containing the…Learn More
The sacred homeland of surf - a place where perfect waves peel beneath ancient temples, Bali will put your mind, body and soul back on track. The proclaimed Island of the Gods has been drawing surfers and spirituals to its shores for years, and recently a plethora of boutique tropical resorts have popped up along the jungle-clad coast. Whether you are pure surf junkie seeking saltwater wonders, a family looking for a slice of the…Learn More
Flung far into the east of the Indonesia Archipelago, Sumba is seemingly the land that time forgot. While Bali may have her smoothie bowls and yoga studios, Sumba remains tucked behind the veil of tourist hype. Low slung limestone hills stretch out to meet empty white sand beaches flanked by the force of Mother Nature’s greatest waves. Into the interior and you will find singing waterfalls, ancient villages with conical grass roofs, and tribal village…Learn More