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Sumatra is a blend of Mother nature extremes blessed with natural wealth as one of the world's richest ecosystems.

Nobody can deny Sumatra's beauty from the top of majestic volcanoes to the lush of the jungles and down at sea level, where idyllic deserted beaches are scattered along the island.

Visiting Sumatra can mean never ending action. It has both unique and adventurous activities,starting from the Orangutan sanctuary in Bukit Lawang, some world-class divingsites in Pulau Weh and surfing in the wild Mentawai islands,relax on the shoreof Lake Toba, bag the top of Mount Kerinci,stop by the granite beaches of Belitung. The land is also filled with a humungous variety of unique as well  ascommon rainforest fauna. You can spot not only red-haired orangutans, but alsoall sorts of monkeys that swing on treetops, in addition to Sumatran tigers,rhinoceroses, and elephants.


Indonesia is a splendor of 13.677 islands stretching some 6.400 kilometers across the beautiful turquoise waters of the equator. The principal islands of Indonesia-the world's largest archipelago - are Java, Sumatra, Kalimantan (Indonesian Borneo), Sulawesi and the enchanting island of Bali.

The national motto of "Unity in Diversity" describes the endless array of natural and cultural wonders spread from the countries extremes of Sumatra to West-Papua.

Indonesia offers the great visual contrasts of snow-capped mountains and shallow mangrove-filled estuaries; dry savannah plains and dense tropical rainforests; broad sandy beaches and steep rocky headlands. Rice, the mainstay of the diet, is grown on emerald terraces that cascade down from smoldering volcanoes. Through the centuries, great civilizations have blossomed in this fertile chain of islands that have contributed to creating Indonesia's unique cultural legacy.

With over 366 ethnic groups and 250 distinct languages, Indonesia is a paradise of cultural richness including colourful temple festivals in Bali, Dayak longhouses in Kalimantan, primitive groups in Irian Jaya and matriarchal societies in West-Sumatra.