Discover Indonesia's Biodiversity and Conservation in 360

Tojo Una Una | Komodo National Park | Tanjung Puting National Park | Raja Ampat | North Sumatra | Belu Regency |Maumere Bay

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Discover Indonesia's Cultural Heritage Preservation in 360

Toraja's Rambu Solo Farewell Ceremony

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Discover Indonesia's Food and Culture in 360

Makassar| Medan | Jakarta

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Discover Indonesia's Sustainable Tourism in 360

Flores Island | Togean Islands | Coal Village | Asahan Regency

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Discover Indonesia's Traditional Houses in 360

Nias Island | Samosir Island | Sumba Island | Belu Regency | Flores Island | Toraja Province

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Community-Based Tourism Platform

Impact Adventures is a social venture and community-based tourism platform that empowers and provides direct economic benefits for local guides and community-based tourism operators in the rural and remote areas of Indonesia. Travel with us to explore lesser-known Indonesian destinations whilst creating long lasting impact on local economies.

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Virtual Tours

COVID has severely impacted communities who rely on tourism as their main source of income. As a way out of the pandemic, Impact Adventures BAKTI Kominfo and Adventure Travel Trade Association have been working hard to upskill the local tour guides and community-based tourism operators on digital literacy and technology.

This cooperation and collaboration have resulted in several interesting documentary videos in 3 categories; Wildlife, Culture and Culinary as well as some Photography tour packages in Wildlife, Landscape and Culture.

Through the videos you are about to see, the local tour guides and community-based tourism operators whilst getting the direct economic benefits from the proceeds of your purchase, will show you some of the fascinating destinations in Indonesia's rural and remote areas as well as the other side of Jakarta, the hub city to some of these interesting destinations.

DISCOVER INDONESIA IN 360

Working alongside our local hosts, we have been busy preparing the long-awaited 360 virtual tours of Indonesia's lesser-known areas. Covering many interesting and exciting destinations in hyper-realistic 360 format, from the East to West of Indonesia, both on land and underwater. Let's explore the Togean Islands, home to some of the last remaining authentic Bajau Laut tribe known as the Sea Nomads or Sea Gypsies or discover the Kopu River, the Riau Province's ancient waterways that lead to the remnants of the Srivijaya Empire's capital which was once dominating force in South East Asia in the 4th-12th Century.

From the Torajan's farewell ceremony of Rambu Solo to the extreme kayaking in one of the world's best rapids in the Asahan river, we have covered Indonesia's Biodiversity and Conservation, Cultural Heritage and Preservation, Sustainable Tourism practices, and Food and Culture segments in our video presentations.

We do hope that you can experience what life is like in this amazing country whilst supporting local guides and SMSE businesses in tourism by renting out or purchasing the videos they made.

We are currently migrating our 360 videos to Veer Tv to reach larger audience, but in the meantime, you can click the 360 pictures below to get the idea of what the videos are all about. Move your cursor around to see the surrounding areas and increase your screen size by clicking on the screen button on the right side.

DISCOVER SOTO
THE STAPLE FOOD OF INDONESIA
with Australia's Celebrity Chefs
Tasia and Gracia

Embarking on a new journey, the Impact Adventures BAKTI Kominfo initiative has branched out to producing captivating videos in 360 format on several exciting destination stories around the Archipelagos, including on Indonesia's staple food, Soto.

Soto can be found in many places around the country, with similarities and differences between various regions. Join us as we cook our version of Soto Betawi, the Jakartan variation of this famous dish that you can cook at home by watching our presentation and following our recipe!

CLICK HERE FOR RECIPE

360 Virtual Tour Stories

360 Video Trailers

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