Sumbawa

The rugged island of Sumbawa, east of Lombok, is a remote yet beautiful place, known for its waves, sandy beaches and wild terrain, with celebrated surfing spots and magnificent coral reefs. In 1815, Sumbawa’s Mt Tambora blew its top, causing the biggest volcanic eruption in the collective memory of mankind.

 

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Dances, Dragons and Magical Lakes I & II

Immerse yourself in the Komodo National Park and Indonesia’s Lesser Sunda Islands on a voyage of discovery from Bali to Flores, or Flores to Bali, visiting remote beaches, villages, jungle-clad mountain ranges, volcanoes, rivers, waterfalls, a mysterious lake, and the legendary Komodo Dragons.
Mar thru Aug 2019
5 days / 4 nights

Orangutans And Dragons

A two-in-one adventure that will take you on a river-boat cruise through Central Kalimantan in search of proboscis monkeys and orangutans, followed by a sea voyage from Bali to Flores, visiting beaches, villages, waterfalls, a mysterious lake, and the legendary Komodo Dragons.
Apr thru Jul 2019
7 days / 6 nights

Dances, Dragons and Magical Lakes I & II

Immerse yourself in the Komodo National Park and Indonesia’s Lesser Sunda Islands on a voyage of discovery from Bali to Flores, or Flores to Bali, visiting remote beaches, villages, jungle-clad mountain ranges, volcanoes, rivers, waterfalls, a mysterious lake, and the legendary Komodo Dragons.
Apr thru Sep 2020
6 days / 5 nights

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Total Detox...Are You Up For It?

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Revisiting Playfulness: Do We Get Old When We Stop Playing

A lovely tale of keeping yourself young at heart by getting stuck in and playing at every opportunity life throws at you. As told on the website www.sixtyandme.com Read More

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Articles related to Sumbawa

Komodo Dragon Trivia

11 AMAZING THINGS THAT YOU DIDN'T KNOW ABOUT KOMODO DRAGONS Read More

An Ancient Boatbuilding Tradition in Makassar Gets a New Lease of Life

How a centuries-old craft has now changed tack to keep sailing in the seas of modernity. As seen in the pages of Silkwinds In-flight Magazine. Words and Photography by Justin Eeles. Read More