Of Indonesia's many thousands of islands, just over 8,000 of them are inhabited and ready to explore with a variety of opportunities to offer.
Anthropology & Culture
Indonesia offers a fascinating landscape for learning about the hundreds of ethnic groups present throughout its islands. There are over 300 different languages spoken, each with its own nuances of history and culture intertwined within it. Take a deeper dive into the culture as you settle into this unique nation.
Environment & Nature
The islands of Indonesia are known for their beaches, volcanoes, and exotic wildlife. Explore Komodo National Park for its famed species of lizard, the Komodo Dragon, and immerse yourself in the jungles sheltering elephants, orangutans, and tigers.
Theatre & The Arts
Witness performances of traditional Gamelan music, predominantly composed of percussive instruments, as well as Wayang puppetry to learn about the history of theatrical arts in Indonesia and how they have persisted in modern culture.
Step into the alluring stone temples resting in Indonesia to gain insight into the religion and culture of ancient civilizations. Borobudu Temple, Prambanan Temple, and Candi Sukuh are a few of the more well-known sites open for you and your students to explore.
Give back to the people of Indonesia during your stay by volunteering with local wildlife organizations or working with children at schools within the community.