Welcome to Indonesia
World's largest archipelago. 17.508 islands and only about 6.000 are inhabited. Stretching for 5.150 km between the Asian and Australian continents and dividing the Pacific and the Indian Oceans at the Equator. There are about 300 native ethnics and 742 different languages and dialects.

Realizes the wide geographic span of the country, Incito.Vacations specializes itself in running and promoting the untapped beauty of the East Indonesia.  The region has rich variety of both cultural and natural attractions. It covers Sulawesi Island, Komodo National Park, Flores, Sumba, Timor, Papua and adjacent islands.  

Toraja - in the heart of Sulawesi island- offers fabulous cultural life. Toraja traditional house is one among the world's most unique indigenous architecture. Moving northward one will find Batu Palindo - such a huge stone statue in the middle of nowhere. No one knows who built it. Whilst Sumba gives visitor chance to comprehend how ancient megalithic tradition still alive in this modern world.

East Indonesia is home of world's rare fauna species too. Just to name some of them, Komodo dragon in Komodo National Park; Babirusa, Anoa and Tarsius Spectrum in Sulawesi and various endemic butterflies. It lured Alfred Russell the British naturalist, explorer, geographer, anthropologist and biologist to take field research in the region.  He is best known for independently proposing a theory of natural selection, which prompted Charles Darwin to publish on his own theory. The Theory of Evolution.

Two of Indonesia's volcanic belts cross East Indonesia, they create dramatic geographic realm in the region. Kelimutu colored crater lakes, soaring volcanoes, spectacular under water life with unspoiled coral garden and fabulous panoramic views make East Indonesia a fantastic destination to explore.

Incito.Vacations welcomes you in East Indonesia!