Being a chain of islands, the Indonesian archipelago holds great diversity of life, especially for amphibians and reptiles. In association with East Indo Adventure, we bring you Indonesia Herping Tours, where our experienced specialist guides will take you into the wilderness, in order to see with your own eyes the wildlife diversity of Indonesia in their natural habitat.

We specialise mainly on herpetofauna, however we are also able to cater to those interested in general wildlife as well as more obscure groups, such as freshwater fish, invertebrates, and bats.

So far we have taken on clients from all over the world, such as the UK, USA, Australia, New Zealand, Switzerland, Germany, Sweden, Netherlands and Italy.

Proceeds from our tours will go towards the Indonesia Herpetofauna Foundation, in order to continue running and improving its conservation projects. We also try as much as possible to involve the local community, in order for them to see a value in protecting animals and the environment.

How to Book:

Please send us an email at indonesiaherping@gmail.com stating the following: 

- How many people

- Estimated length of stay (with dates)

- Which islands you want to visit, and if there are any specific species you want to see.

We will then get back to you with a quote.


Before the tour starts you will be asked to sign an Indemnity Form, which states that we are not responsible for any injuries, damage or lost items during the trip. Of course we will always do our best to ensure everyone's safety, and to this day we are happy to say that we have not had any serious injuries or lost items, and we hope that there won't be any.

For safety reasons, freehandling is strictly NOT ALLOWED, and handling of venomous animals will be undertaken by our experienced guides. If you wish to handle any animals, the guides will assess the situation and see if it is possible to do this safely. In certain cases this will be possible under supervision of our guides.

Get in touch

Jl. H.Wahid No.44, Kedung Waringin, Bojong Gede, Bogor, Indonesia

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