In Indonesia nothing is easier than to step outside of your comfort zone. Thanks to its unique geology, the archipelago has one of the richest biological and cultural heritages on Earth. With more than 18,000 islands, the third largest area of tropical rainforest in the world and 127 active volcanoes, off the beaten track there is an overwhelming abundance of exotic places where one finds dramatic landscapes and discovers stunning sites. Not only do Indonesia’s jungles offer the highest level of biological diversity on the planet, as the world's fourth most populous nation the country also has an astonishing array of cultures; over 330 ethnic groups speak 583 languages and dialects. This unsurpassed diversity has made Indonesia into a top destination both for cultural and nature-based adventure travel. While it may be physically challenging to climb active volcanoes, the views from the summit are more than worth it!