Indonesia exists of 17.000 islands of which less than half is inhabited. Every island has its own culture and traditions. The largely volcanic nature of the islands has created tall cloud-swept mountains covered with jungle and green rice terraces, reaching out to stunning white sandy beaches and crystal blue seas. Indonesia is also full of wildlife like the orangutan, the exclusive Komodo dragon, Sumatran tiger, Sun bear and many more. It also still has many ethnic tribes like the Ngada tribe on Flores and the Korowai tribe on Papua New Guinea. This high diversity of landscape and culture offers for every type of traveler a suitable array of options.