Komodo, Sunda Islands / Indonesia
Komodo, Lombok, Flores and many others, partly uninhabited islands form the "Lesser Sunda lslands", are apart of Indonesia almost untouched by tourism.
Given its restricted contact with the outside world, they have maintained to this day their cultural identities, religions and languages and their own flora and fauna. Popular are getaways from Bali to the Waran insel Komodo or its neighboring Lombok.
Lombok is located just across a narrow strait from Bali and offers visitors a completely different life and culture. The vast majority of the population is Muslim, and so in almost every village and every city a mosque can be found with towering minarets, surrounded by palm trees and tropical vegetation. Kilometers of beaches with snow-white and palm-fringed natural beaches are a real paradise for tourists.