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Beyond Bali. What's Next?

Category: Tourism, Posted:13 Jul 2013 | 06:00 am

Indonesia's resort island of Bali is filled to the brim with tourists.
Sure there are the obvious next steps- the Gilis. Lombok, Sumba, Sumbawa, and Flores.
But high on the radar is the not so obvious – Karimun Jawa, an archipelago of twenty seven islands.
Access remains limited and the point of entry is via Semarang on Java. Then it's onto a boat.
Diving is one of the main drivers of demand to the destination and the name is becoming more common in international circles.

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