Tanah Toraja is the land of the Toraja people, living in the south of Sulawesi Island. A society which remains mysterious and is still able to preserve a thousand years old tradition. Men and buffalos make one. Both spend their daily life in rice fields, working there day after day. The result of their work […]

Slamet volcano, a huge stratovolcano in central Java, is Java’s second highest and one of its most active volcanoes. There are lots of gasses around the crater almost all the time. It contains a wide summit area with four craters. It has the highest peak in central Java and second highest in Java Island. When he […]

At time of May’s full moon, takes place every year the most important Buddhist festival of Indonesia on the fabulous site of Borobudur – classified by UNESCO as world heritage in 1991 –  and secondary temples Mendut and Pawon. This event is particularly important for Buddhists who celebrate at the same time the birth, wakening […]

It is late when Neemiya, his two fellows and I finally have Lukun in sight, this highland village of the Una territory in the Jayawijaya Mountains, Indonesian Papua. Yamin Peak and its 4,581meters dominate deep gorges with turbulent streams and on clear days we make out traces of fresh snow. Neemiya is cold and tired […]

Last May 10th and 11th, Azimuth Adventure Travel Ltd in collaboration with Mt Merapi National Park and several local sponsors, organized a major cleaning operation on the trails of the majestic volcano. Since many years, this natural site, symbol of Yogyakarta, is victim of pollution and this is obviously not helping to promote tourism in […]