Geography of Indonesia
Indonesia is an archipelago located in Southeast Asia, where it consists of 17,508 islands, and the largest of these islands are Java, Sumatra, Borneo and New Guinea. Indonesia has a tropical climate and nearly 150 active volcanoes including Krakatoa and Tuba, and Indonesia has mountain ranges and the highest summit It is Papua, and the major rivers in Indonesia are the Mahakam and Barreto rivers.
Beaches of Indonesia
Varied natural landscapes can be enjoyed on the beaches of Indonesia all over the country, and the most important of these beaches are the Sulawesi winding and multi-colored beach that includes white sand beaches and provides many diving adventures, as Sumatra Beach is surrounded by a corps of approximately one hundred volcano, in addition to that it exists Balali beaches to visit, Panda Islands in Maluku and Derawan in Kalimantan and many more.
Attractions in Indonesia
Among the attractions in Indonesia are:
- Bali islandBali island, which is located in Southeast Asia, is one of the most popular travel destinations in Asia, and the island is characterized by its wide beaches, blue waters and green volcanic views, in addition to the presence of many resorts spread on the beaches that attract artists, writers and people interested in recovery due to the unique atmosphere that promotes health .
- Lombok IslandThis island is the second stop for most tourists who visited Bali, as the government promotes Lombok as the large developed tourist spot in Bali, and one of the most important areas that can be visited is Mount Rinjani, which is an active volcano and can be climbed on a night trip, and the popular island of Gili, which consists of Three Gili Islands off the coast.
- TorajaToraja is located in the mountains of the Indonesian island of Sulawesi, caves whose floors are filled with human bones and cigarette displays. These caves are also filled with blood called tau-tau that follow the beliefs of the people there. You can visit this area to enjoy the fresh mountain air and hospitality Of the locals.