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This is a seven-day trip that will transport you to a place of incredible beauty, and you will share it with the indigenous Dayak people who live in this area in a small village of 800 people called Setulang. The Dayak Kenyah have lived in the forests of Borneo for thousands of years and are the true guardians of the forest.
This cultural tour is suited for:
✅ novice photographers
✅ experienced photographers.
✅ anyone interested in a pure cultural experience in the heart of the rainforests with the Dayak people who will take us into their homes and forests and treat us like family.
David has a very special relationship with the Dayak people of this area and has visited the village on more than 10 occasions in the past 6 years. His love and commitment to the Dayak people is reflected in the many nonprofit projects he is involved in.
Two months in Indonesia// From trekking through humid jungles, using tree roots to clamber up steep slopes to see the endangered orangutans; to standing in front of a sulphur vent on Mt. Sibayak Volcano at sunrise in Sumatra; to walking through and swimming in caves, some filled with bats and others filled with walls glistening with embedded crystals; to snorkeling with manta rays and observing Komodo dragons in the wild with a liveaboard boat where 18 of us slept on side-by-side mattress on deck together; to motorbike-tripping across the island of Flores with Ady who I was lucky enough to meet in a warung where we visited a beach filled with blue stones and a volcano with 3 crater lakes, where we stayed in villages had authentic local experiences along the way; to sitting on sidewalks jamming reggae tunes with the locals in Bali; to teaching yoga in a beautiful beachside lodge for free food and accommodation; to learning how to freedive with the SA record holder for freediving and my friend @freedive_yoga ; to visiting Balinese Temples, some ancient, surrounded by beautiful ricefields, some in the middle of hustle & bustle; to drinking Bintang on the beach; to standing on cliff edges watching the raging ocean hurtle waves into the rocks creating explosions of spray and seawater for many meters in Nusa Lembongan; to getting lost with Kim on the rugged coastline of Nusa Ceningan, finding abandoned houses and secret beaches along the way and swimming in an infinity pool overlooking the oceanside cliffs together; to being reunited with some of the ashram friends on the streets of Ubud; to meeting epic travelers along the way with beautiful stories to tell and also epic locals who helped me to learn a bit of Bahasa / Indonesian and taught me about their way of life.
Indonesia, I will miss:
Your unfiltered black coffee
Your tempeh covered in peanut sauce
Your cheap data
Your cheap and fresh fruit juices
Your tasty mangosteens
Your chose-what-you want food from the window of a warung/ nasi campur ❣️
Your peaceful, kind and helpful people, some who are often covered in the coolest tattoos and have amazing style
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Tumpak Sewu Waterfalls in East Java, Indonesia, is one of the most stunning waterfalls in the world. It's an absolute tropical paradise! Although the hike to the base is quite strenuous, it's worth the breathtaking view of the curtain of waterfalls plummeting from the 120 meter tall cliff above. Tag a friend you want to take on your next wild adventure!