Indonesia’s indisputable capital of culture, Yogyakarta is the country’s largest education hub and a thriving cultural centre. Javanese artistic and cultural heritage pervades the city, but its dynamic creative essence can be breathed in the streets too, where artwork on the walls expresses young Indonesian artists’s creativity and transforms the city in an open-air art gallery.
A yoga teacher, dive master and avid traveller, Kate landed on Gili T. in May 2008 while looking for a place to hang out on the beach during a trip through Asia. Few months later, Kate was teaching scuba diving on the island and exploring freediving. She realised she liked freediving more than scuba and, […]
Are you in Gili Trawangan and you cannot make up your mind on which dive shop to dive with? Are you a beginner or are you particularly concerned about safety? Start selecting the dive shop of your choice by checking which ones are part of GIDA, the Gili Islands Dive Association. Currently covering most dive […]
Gili Shark Foundation – Making the Gilis a safe haven for sharks! Gili Shark Foundation – Pour un refuge des requins aux Gilis! With a degree in marine environmental science and wide work experience in marine conservation and environment social education in Southeast Asia, Richard came to Gili Trawangan five years ago to work as […]
It is no wonder that the Gilis are becoming a popular yoga destination. Stunning ocean views, colourful striped skies profiling Mount Rinjani and Mount Agung at sunrise and sunset and the natural setting make the Gilis an inspiring place to practice. Many remarkable yoga schools scattered around the three islands offer classes that cater for […]