Sport & Adventures

Sport & Adventures

Sport & Adventures

Comprise risky and uncertain experiences. The term is more popularly used in reference to physical activities that have some potential such as skydiving, mountain climbing, and extreme sports. The term is broad enough to refer to any enterprise that is potentially fraught with risk, such as a business venture or a major life undertaking. Adventurous experiences create psychological and physiological arousal.

SurfingThe activities are typically undertaken for the purposes of recreation or excitement, such as multi-sport adventure racing or a traveler’s adventure tourism. However, it can lead to gains in knowledge. As a more modern example, adventure education makes use of challenging experiences for learning.


  • Adventure recreation
  • Mountain Biking
  • Mountaineering
  • Outdoor education
  • Rafting
  • River trekking
  • Urban Exploration

Our team are well experience in programming, planning and executing the above type adventures in various places of Indonesia.

Bali and East Indonesia
Bali Adventure Tours truly delivers on its promise. The adventurous traveler can try white-water rafting, river kayaking, mountain biking, tandem paragliding, tandem parachuting or off-road motorcycling. For a tamer option, try a rice-paddy trek, jungle trek or an elephant safari. To have a look at some Bali’s wildlife, visit the Elephant Park, the Bird and Reptile Park or spend a day with the animals. Bali is also gate to Indoensia East adventure such as Komodo, Flores, Labuhan Baji et cerete. The most famous of these unique species is the Komodo dragon, world’s largest lizard in West Manggarai, East Nusa Tenggara province. The Park encompasses 1,817 square kilometers of spectacular land and marine wilderness, including the islands of Komodo, Rinca, Padar and Gili Motang as well as numerous smaller islands and their surrounding waters in the Sape Strait between the islands of Flores and Sumbawa.

Borneo Adventures
Orang UtanTanjung Puting National Park there are two type of orangutan, first is orangutan who originally inhabitant in this park and we called it wild orangutan and second is the rehabilitant orangutan or ex-captive orangutan formerly confiscated and rescue from the people who keep them as a pet. Many of the orangutan which have already successfully rehabilitated still come to the rehabilitation center at Camp Leakey station to visit the rangers and to interactive with the new coming orangutans. Sometimes we can also encounter with the wild orangutans during easy trekking around the Camp Leakey which is also a research centre area.

Jogja, Central and East Java
Mount MerapiJava is almost entirely of volcanic origin; it contains no fewer than thirty-eight mountains forming an east-west spine which have at one time or another been active volcanoes. he highest volcano in Java is Mount Semeru (3,676 m). The most active volcano in Java and also in Indonesia is Mount Merapi (2,914 m). Further mountains and highlands help to split the interior into a series of relatively isolated regions suitable for wet-rice cultivation; the rice lands of Java are among the richest in the world. The area of Java is approximately 132,000km2. The island’s longest river is the 600 km long Bengawan Solo River. The river rises from its source in central Java at the Lawu volcano, the flows north and eastwards to its mouth in the Java Sea near the city of Surabaya.

North Sumatra and Aceh
LeuserSumatra rests along the equator, heavily forested and rich in rare wildlife. The island’s slow development has made it ideal for eco-tourism, and numerous large reserves and preservation areas have been set aside. Its most famous park, Mount Leuser National Park, is one of the last refuges of the Sumatra Orang-Utan. Another distinguished park is the Berbak Wildlife Reserve, which has one of Indonesia’s largest tiger populations. In the far north of the island is Lake Toba, an enormous and extraordinarily beautiful crater lake. A particularly enthralling adventure experience in Sumatra takes place on the Alas River, which winds its across North Sumatra through jungle, limestone gorges, and native villages.

Ujung Kulon and Beyond
Ujung KulonUjung Kulon National Park situated on the most west end of Java mainland. This park bears a status of World heritage site in 1992. Being possibly the last home the endangered one horned rhinoceros, this national park is among the most important one in Indonesia. Refer to latest data, there are app 55 – 60 rhinoceros left in the park. Beside the rhinoceros, there are also another 34 species of mammals, 5 species of primates, 59 species of reptiles, 22 species of amphiby, 240 species of birds, 72 species of insects, 142 species of fishes, and 33 species of coral life. The park also the homes to 700 species of flora of which 57 species are considered as rare. This trip provides experiences of trekking through the virgin coastal tropical rain forest, stay overnight in the virgin forest, feel the peaceful touch of the nature, tracing and watch the animals in their habitat, but just remain relax.

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