Nusa PenidaWith stunning coral and marine life and traditional farming it is difficult to understand why Nusa Penida remains as far away from the tourist success of its neighbors, something that we embrace as a huge positive! Our projects here are conservation and education based, staying near to the village of Ped whilst exploring the whole island.
The Island of the Gods is usually portrayed as a seething tourist hub of which only a small part of the southern island is. Needless to say our school trips keep well away from the south and explores Bali in the more remote, tranquil and traditional cultural and wilderness areas to the north for our school trips in Indonesia.
Often overlooked by its more famous neighbour Bali, Lombok really has the goods in terms of cracking school expedition. Indonesia’s’ second highest peak, Mt. Rinjani (3726m), complete with a crater lake and hot springs, a forested interior, quiet rural villages and great biking and trekking to boot. We love Lombok and the surf is pretty good as well!