Traveljunkieindonesia.com – Hi travel junkies! One morning at Tobelo, North Halmahera. I woke up at 5am.
My friends and I participated in an Indigenous People walking congress has been arranged. It was FANTASTIC!
In Indonesia, visiting indigenous communities has never been more popular.
And, Indonesia’s indigenous people have a long and rich history of cultural development.
Here’s what we saw on the road:
There was much cultural diversity within and between islands, and there existed extensive trade networks, astronomical knowledge, sea travel, spiritual traditions, and a high level of artistic and craft achievement.
As a travel junkie, visiting one of these rare and remote communities can be a truly remarkable experience.
Enjoy this opportunity while it’s still available to you and as always, do everything you can to respect the local culture, environment, and way of life.
Happy Sustainable Travels!