Spanning a diverse range of natural habitats Ecolodges Indonesia is a world leader in sustainable eco-travel. This privately owned eco-certified group of Lodges allows travellers to have a real encounter with the flora and fauna of each unique location. This includes the endangered Sumatran Elephants, the graceful Borneo Orang-utans, and the mysterious Komodo Dragons - as well as losing yourself in the timeless craters of Kelimutut or engaging with the mischievous dolphins of Lovina. A visit to Ecolodges Indonesia will create memories which will last long beyond your stay.
Udayana Kingfisher Eco Lodge is set in a bird and butterfly conservation area in the Jimbaran hills with a beautiful view over Bali. The Lodge is conveniently located only few minutes from the Ngurah Rai International Airport, fifteen minutes from the vibrant beach resort areas of Kuta or Nusa Dua, and several minutes from the [...]Visit Udayana
Kelimutu Crater Lakes Eco Lodge is powered by solar energy and is set in valley beside a burbling river with excellent views of Kelimutu, near the village of Moni in Eastern Flores. This unique lodge , built by Meryl Wilson and Putu Febri, provides an ideal haven of peace for the trans Flores traveller. The [...]Visit Kelimutu
This unique lodge in one of the few remaining places on earth where Orang-utans can be seen in the wild. Perched over the Sekonyer River on the edge of the Tanjung Puting National Park, Rimba Orang-utan Eco Lodge provides a base to explore the lush surrounding rainforest and encounter orang-utans and eight other primate species [...]Visit Rimba
Experience a dawn dolphin boat ride, snorkelling and diving and local cultural tours in northern Bali. Dolphin Eco-lodge in Lovina provides a good base for exploring the unique north coast habitat and cultures of the islandVisit Lovina
The Bajo Komodo Eco Lodge is situated on the beach on the Island of Flores. The view out to the Komodo islands from the upstairs restaurant and bar is especially beautiful at sunset. Part of the grounds is set aside as a coucal pheasant breeding area. The Komodo National Park is the only area where [...]Visit Bajo
Satwa Elephant Eco Lodge is set in a lush tropical garden just 500 metres from the entrance of Way Kambas National Park, where the endangered and rare Sumatran elephant, rhino and tiger are protected. While tigers are only spotted on occasion, the elephant, rhino, gibbons, macaques and various bird species, including the endemic white winged [...]Visit Satwa