The world’s fourth most populace country, Indonesia is a kaleidoscope of so many different cultures and customs. The largest archipelago nation, each of its many islands feature a diverse array of traditions and people that have evolved over many generations to create a nation that despite its contrasts remains homogenized. Spread along the equator for almost 5000 km, Indonesia stretches from the western tip of Sumatra to the eastern edge of Papua. Venturing through the islands of Indonesia you’ll see a land as diverse as its people, with an abundance of local flora and fauna indigenous to each island. It can be said that Indonesia is a final frontier for many travelers with much of the nation yet to be discovered by many.