[tlg_header_single title=”Our Projects”]Indecon worked together with various stakeholders in developing ecotourism, or sustainable tourism, or community based tourism. Our activities included development and mentoring activities at destination level or attraction level, training activities, as well as research activities. Indecon also partnered with various organizations at international, national, and local level; including donors (i.e. UNWTOEuropean UnionIUCNUNESCOKfW), national government (i.e. Ministry of Tourism and Creative Economy), other NGOs (i.e. WWFTNCCI) and local government.

Our works extend throughout Indonesia, including:

  • Sumatra; including Aceh (Sabang, Singkil, Gayo Lues, Ketambe Kutacane); North Sumatra (Tangkahan, Lake Toba, Nias Islands), West Sumatra (Mentawai, Kerinci); Riau and Riau Islands (Rimbang Baling); Lampung (WayKambas, Bukit Barisan Selatan)
  • Kalimantan; including West Kalimantan (Danau Sentarum), Central Kalimantan (Tanjung Puting, Sebangau), and East Kalimantan (Berau, Kutai Barat)
  • Java; including Banten (Sawarna, Baduy), West Java (Pangandaran, Bogor), Central Java (Borobudur), and East Java (Bromo, Situbondo, Baluran)
  • Sulawesi; including South Sulawesi (Barru, Pangkep, Maros), Central Sulawesi (Togean), South-East Sulawesi (Wakatobi), and North Sulawesi (Tangkoko, Manado)
  • Bali and Nusa Tenggara; including Bali, Lombok (Rinjani), Flores
  • Moluccas and Papua; including Seram, Raja Ampat, Arfak Mountain


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