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    snorkel day trip from Gilis T island

    by sfphototraveller Written Jan 6, 2012

    I went on a snorkel say trip when i stayed at gilis T island.
    I walked to the beach where the boat picked us up which had a glass bottom to see fish.
    Saw lots of fish very clear water. they made us wear floatation vest. You can rent mask and fins right before you board boat. Then they took us to the smaller gilis island for lunch we had to pay for our own lunch, service was slow because it was very crowded.
    I did not bring a waterproof cam but enjoyed the crystal clear water and colorful fish in the ocean.

    Related to:
    • Eco-Tourism
    • Adventure Travel

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    Nature Trekking and Mount Climbing

    by meiyergani Written May 25, 2007

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    One of a challenges for mount climber is Mount Rinjani Trekking at Lombok island, West Nusa Tenggara Province. The Trekking is guide by an experience local peoples and Proffessional manage by some agencies

    Equipment: All equipments for mount climbing , ropes, a good shoes, instant foods, insect repellants,a jackets, etc

    Related to:
    • Hiking and Walking
    • Mountain Climbing
    • National/State Park

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    Sailing the Seas in Indonesia

    by balisunshine Updated Apr 16, 2006

    Boat lover that I am,
    there was a moment that
    I was looking for a boat to charter.

    Had a real hard time
    finding 'the' right one.
    I actually gave up.

    I do have a friend who
    has tried a boat here
    and another one there,
    but haven't heard of the best results, yet.

    So, if anyone out there happens to find a
    first-class vessel out there,
    please do let me know!

    If not, one that looks good
    by the brochure is
    Ombak Putih Cruises.

    They visit locations such as;
    Sumatra, Java, Kalimantan, Lombak, Sumbawa,
    Komodo, Sumba, Flores, Suluwasi, Alor, Ambn, Irian Jaya.

    Now that is sailing!!!

    Sailing is recommended of course,
    during the seasons where there is wind!
    Duh!!!
    Otherwise....it's just motoring along.
    Not as attractive.

    This would be from April until the end of October
    and from November until January.

    If you are a diver,
    definitely Indonesia is a place to check out
    some of the best diversity of fishes a coral.

    Happy sailings!
    Wanna take me along?

    Related to:
    • Sailing and Boating
    • Adventure Travel

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    Whit Water Rafting

    by silvia_chang Updated Feb 23, 2003

    Two to three hours of pure thrill and excitement as you go through the wild river. The river guide is very strong, like the Hercules. He control the direction and teach us to paddle the rubber dinghy, really exciting.

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  • Sao Wisata Resort, Maumere

    by iwent Written Dec 17, 2002

    Waiara is a good place for scuba diving. Although the reefs were badly damaged in the 1992 earthquake and tidal wave, there is a large fish population. And as there are not many tourists, you have it all for yourself.

    We didn't go diving as I'm not very fond of this activity. The entire staff was looking after us:
    the six diving instructors,
    one young man who looked after the boat,
    two waiters,
    the cook,
    a receptionist,
    a student of the hotel school,
    and the owner of the place.
    They all tried to persuade us to have a dive. We resisted the temptation, and were sitting on the beach enjoying the view. In the end they gave up, but they looked very disappointed when we left the grounds.

    The village is a five-minute walk away. Along the way, children and adults were very much interested in us, 'orang belanda'. Most Indonesians still like us Dutch. A little girl came up to me and touched my arm. I am white, I am different. (Actually, I thought I had quite a good tan!) I had lots of balloons with me and everyone, adults included, were happy to get one

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    DODGING THE TRAFFIC

    by Onedragon Updated Mar 8, 2008

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    NOT CONSIDERED A SPORT... BUT DODGING THE TRAFFIC IN JAKARTA COULD EASILY BE CONSIDERED A SPORT!!!! : )

    Equipment: A GOOD PAIR OF RUNNING SHOES !!!! : 0

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    Trekking the volcanoes

    by Chilie Written Sep 2, 2003

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    Trekking in Java is great. So many volcanoes and possibilities.
    This was Mt. Merapi. Fantastic view in the morning light!

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