Life is Wild. Discussing the survival of an ecolodge business after two years of the COVID-19 pandemic By : Steve Noakes Please pass this information to interested parties on Social media through our links to : FACEBOOK (www.facebook.com/ecolodgesindonesia), INSTAGRAM (@Ecolodges_indonesia) TWITTER (@ecolodges_ID) For DONATE, Visit our official pages on our website https://ecolodgesindonesia.com/conservation-foundation/ with guidelines how to donate. We need your support to protect this vital group of conservationists around key Indonesian national parks.
OUR PARTNERS All for Nature, a Netherlands based ecotourism company We continue the series on our partners during the COVID pandemic. We could not continue without the support of these vital people and their organisations. All for Nature https://www.allfornature.nl/ was our first partner inn our Phase 3 programs in our newly formed NGO, Indonesia Conservation Foundation – Our World https://ecolodgesindonesia.com/conservation-foundation/ A small group of Dutch donors from this small ecotourism company generously donated to support […]
FOREST MANAGEMENT TRAINING CENTRE COURSE 3rd and 4th July 2021 Held at the Rimba Orangutan Ecolodge, Sekonyer River, Central Kalimantan. You are witnessing the first brave steps of the infant FOREST MANAGEMENT TRAINING CENTRE COURSE, held on Saturday 3rd and Sunday 4th July,2021. The idea is to inspire the group of our staff and local villagers involved, to know WHY they are going to plant trees, eventually 150,000 of them, in the Southern part of […]
OUR SURVIVAL OVER THE PAST YEAR – HOW HAVE WE DONE IT? On June 12th 2020, a summary of the current status of the company Ecolodges Indonesia with its four ecolodges, two offices (in Bali and Kalimantan) and our eco-safari business was reported on our Facebook site https://www.facebook.com/EcolodgesIndonesia/posts/3113422895346839 Our report on facebook on 12 June 2020 It is useful, more than 12 months on, for us to remind ourselves where we have come […]
ABOUT OUR TOURS. Through vaccination, the world is slowly coming to terms with COVID 19 virus and its variants. The virus will be with us for a long period and we must adapt our behaviour. All our lodges are recognised both nationally and internationally as COVID free zones and local tourism is slowly developing. Indonesian airlines will only carry vaccinated passengers. We are hoping to develop transport links for our guests which are safe. Bali […]
THE UNIQUENESS OF THE WOLOGAI TRADITIONAL VILLAGE We continue our series of the interesting villages around our lodges. Many of our guests take tours to include village visits and some even stay one or two nights in a company registered village homestay so they can experience village life. Wologai is a traditional village located in the Ende Lio area, precisely in the Detusoko sub-district, Ende regency – East Nusa Tenggara. Wologai traditional village is about […]