Sumatra Orangutan - Indonesia


Our Partner – ICS Indonesia

ICS Indonesia is a leading Destination Management Company that has been offering a premium line of products and services for many years. Their extraordinary journeys feature authentic, hand-crafted experiences, unique luxury and boutique resorts.

From luxury holidays to special-interest tours, ICS Indonesia offers authentic, hand-crafted experiences and itineraries to suit individual or group requirements. Highly knowledgeable guides, unique products and top-notch service continue to earn the company accolades from satisfied travellers.

Market Representation

  • Europe & The Americas
“Experience the serenity and spirituality within the stupas in Borobudur on theisland of Java, Indonesia. The world’s largest Buddhist temple was conceived as a Buddhist vision of the cosmos.” 

Maite Mijares
Director of Sales for Spain & Portugal


About Indonesia …

A vast archipelago stretching for over 5,000 kilometres and encompassing more than 17,000 islands, Indonesia is diverse and fascinating.

Bali’s beaches, easygoing air and warm hospitality have long made it a delightful holiday destination. While Lombok is less well-known and unique in its Sasak heritage and culture.

Java plays host to the famous UNESCO-listed Borobudur Temple, highland retreats, tea plantations, volcanoes and scenic mountain passes.

Sulawesi’s forested heart protects the regency of Tana Toraja where hanging graves and cliffs displaying ancestral sculptures are a vital element of the death-venerating culture.

Hidden Balliem Valley in West Papua has traditional Dani villages and precarious dangling footbridges crafted entirely from natural twine.

Sumatra’s wild volcanic landscape offers plenty of options for trekking while its vast crater lake, Lake Toba, provides a spectacular backdrop for a few days’ relaxing on the island of Palau Samosir.

Kalimantan is Indonesia’s portion of the island of Borneo. Orangutans and proboscis monkeys may be viewed in the Tanjung Puting National Park, while Komodo dragons are the stars on Komodo and Rinca.

Dayak Tribe, Indonesia