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We realize that one of the greatest challenges for the travel industry is to balance tourism with conservation.

So, how you can contribute to sustainable tourism practices while still having an enjoyable travel experience in Indonesia? 


Some small acts to be a responsible traveller:

Bring your own tumbler.

Disposing of waste properly.

Respecting wildlife and their habitats

Avoiding the removal of natural objects.

Support national parks by paying entrance fees.

Ensures that your travel dollars contribute  to the local communities.

Promote sustainable practices in your social media.


Our part in protecting Bali Island ecosystems:

ADVENTURE INDONESIA mangrove reforestation program is part of our broader efforts to promote sustainable tourism practices in Bali. We help preserve the natural beauty and ecosystem of the regions of Bali Island. Additionally, we engage local communities in the reforestation process, promoting social responsibility and building relationships that contribute to sustainable tourism practices.

In today's world where environmental issues are on the rise, it is essential to incorporate sustainable practices into corporate events. Businesses have a significant role to play in maintaining ecological balance. Therefore, every step counts to reduce environmental impact. 


Monthly 100 Mangrove trees Planting

One seed can make a difference

Considering the important of Mangrove tree for its contribution to environmental conservation and sustainability, ADVENTURE INDONESIA proud to take part by planting 100 mangrove trees each month. By providing each of our clients with an opportunity to contribute to protecting the planet, we hope that they will be inspired to take further action in preserving it for generations to come. It a great way for our clients to leave a lasting legacy on their vacation. Every tour participant will automatically donate towards our mangrove tree planting program!


Mangroves are vital for the health of the ocean and its marine life. Mangrove forests also provide a vital habitat for many species of animals and birds, creating a vibrant and diverse ecosystem.


Mangroves are important nurseries for juvenile marine life; the protected waters amongst their roots foster a safe environment in which small creatures can feed and grow before venturing out into open water.They provide shelter, food and breeding grounds for a variety of species.


Mangroves are able to absorb up to five times as much carbon dioxide than other forests, making them an essential tool in the fight against global warming