I read somewhere that in the medieval ages European farmers considered that Nature did the work. Their task as farmers was merely to harvest what nature produced, and for some crops also to plant. This way of looking at natural resource management adds a new aspect to the idea of a “Thanksgiving Day” – which is still celebrated in Swedish churches at the end of the harvest season, with samples of root crops, vegetables, berries etc. placed by the altar. I guess the thinking among the Dayak is similar, when they celebrate their Gawai after the rice harvest.
- Get-away Jungle CraftWe visit a Dayak tribe to observe how they maintain their connections with nature and traditions
- Trekking in Gunung LeuserGUNUNG LEUSER is one of the biggest remaining areas of unspoiled nature in the world.
- Rainforest Knowledge
- Livelihood in Gunung LeuserWe follow the main road along the Geumpang River, from Ketambe and upstreams towards Blangkejeren, making stops along the road to visit farmers and farms.
- Banda Aceh One-day Tour
- Carita Beach and Krakatau VolcanoSea the panorama, the beauty and expanse of sea and white sand, and a dormant volcano with a violent past of Banten, West Java.
- Bali ClassicLand in Denpasar, rest in comfort at a beach resort, swim in the sea, listen to explanations regarding Balinese culture and other Balinese traits you will encounter later.
- Sulawesi Toraja TourToraja is an area in south-central Sulawesi,and also the name of an ethnic group, famous for intricate funeral rites and for spectacular, very unique, housing architecture.
- Komodo Archipelago OdysseyKomodo has become famous for the Komodo Dragon, the biggest lizard on earth, but it deserves visiting also for its archipelago with islands all around the horizon, and for its diving waters with corals and Manta Ray.
- Into Dayak CountryAn unfogettable experience in the forests and on the rivers and lakes in the interior of Borneo, or the Heart of Borneo, in the company of the people who live there.
- Heart of BorneoThis trip is a combination of boating, trekking, jungle camping and staying with Dayak tribes, the indigenous people of Borneo in the places where they live.