Welcome to Indonesia

"The Paradise of Equator"

On behalf of Dara Nusa Tours and Travel, we sincerely wish you the warmest welcome to the thousand islands of Indonesia archipelago. The world’s largest archipelago offers varied attractions from the glimpse of the past on to the bounties of nature and space of modern times with the rest of the world.

For the traditional: “the culture and heritage which differ from west to east”.

To the thrill searchers: “the adventure of mountain and volcano trek”.

To the nature lovers: “the scenic wonderful sight of natural tropical beauty comprising vast agricultural plains, silvery waterfalls, the sanctuaries and exotic islands teem with rare wildlife, birds, flowers, fauna and magnificent lakes”.

To the sports enthusiasts: “swing in the world class golf greens, water rafting or dive to the sparkling blue waters where marine life and shells abound”.

To the easy and free: “enjoy the unspoiled, alluring, unpolluted wide sandy beaches under the sun and moon or the city life and pulsating nights and many more…”.

We share with you a lot of interesting anecdotes and information as we show you fascinating corners you might never discover on your own, especially Bali – the Exotic pearl on the Indian Ocean, has enchanted visitors for centuries. Filled with charm, culture, mysticism and some of the most magnificent scenery on the earth, Bali also home to a people rich in spiritually and the embodiment of gentle friendliness.

Let join us and explore the archipelago to find the mystery, excitement and beauty of Indonesia, and bring home the unforgettable memories of the natural and cultural wonders.

We are looking forward to sharing this fantastic archipelago and wishing you to have the real enjoyable holidays in Indonesia.

BALI DAY ACTIVITIES

Komodo Dragon

>>> Varanus Komodoensis

Komodo National Park is home to the largest monitor lizard in the world “the Komodo dragon”, and is located in the center of the Indonesian archipelago, about 200 nautical miles east of Bali, between the islands of Sumbawa and Flores. Designated a National Park by the Government of Indonesia in 1980, initially the main purpose of the park was to conserve the unique Komodo dragon (Varanus komodoensis) and its habitat.