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Dina Fatharani

I am an Indonesian and raised practicing my culture (Javanese). I learned the language, the music, the dance, the history and even recipes directly from my grandparents.

I know exactly what it takes to make an original, tailor-made trip. I started my journey as a freelance city tour guide in Jakarta. I decided to be an expert in hospitality and travel industry since I graduated from university.

I moved to Lombok and worked as a licensed tour operator. I used to work for young travelers coming to the island seeking adventure. But I also enjoyed planning honeymoon and family trips.

Now in Bali, I continue creating smiles on satisfied travelers.

How did you get involved in travel?

"I first bought my ticket to Bangkok after I finished my study in Criminology. Later I discover my passion towards traveling and decided to get certified as a Tour Operator. "

Please share a unique travel experience you will never forget.

"My first trip to Bangkok was pretty much unplanned. It was my first time traveling solo and I did my best to come out of my shell. It was special to me because I ended up doing things that the old me would never do. "

Dina is part of the following groups: Singapore Travel Agents, Indonesia Travel Agents
A potrait of Dani child in West Papua
Indonesian Adventure: Trekking, Tribes & Birdwatching in West Papua - 12 Days

Discover the rich culture and incredible biodiversity of West Papua on this rugged, 12-day adventure. Get to know the people of the Dani tribe as you're welcomed into remote villages and embark on short, scenic hikes to the sweeping highlands and rushing rivers of the Wamena Valley. Then it's time to set out on an unforgettable multi-day trek through the jungle, exploring your lush environs by day and camping under the stars by night. After celebrating your achievements at a local Dani Pig Festival, transfer to Nimbokrang to search for the island's spectacular birds-of-paradise and end your adventure with a scenic boat trip across Lake Sentani.

Sunset over Sumba's Walakiri Beach
Sumba Island: Indonesia's Undiscovered Paradise - 10 Days

Located just an hour's flight east of Bali, the "forgotten island" of Sumba remains one of Indonesia's best-kept secrets. On this laid-back, 10-day itinerary, you'll explore the island's secluded beaches, turquoise waterfalls, and lush jungles at a relaxed pace. Along the way, visit historic Sumbanese thatched villages, learn about the local Marapu culture, and watch locals create their famed ikat textiles.

Cruise through the islands of Indonesia's Komodo Archipelago
Jewels of Indonesia: Flores & the Komodo Archipelago - 8 Days

Known as the "Jewel of Indonesia," Flores boasts lush mountains, volcanic lakes, and stunning pink beaches—with none of the crowds of nearby Bali. Hike, swim, and snorkel your way around the island on this 8-day expedition, discovering the rich culture of the local people along the way. As your trip nears its end, it's time to board a short cruise through the neighboring Komodo Archipelago, where you'll hop between remote islands and come face to face with Komodo dragons and manta rays.

Picture-perfect tropical beaches on the Indonesian island of Lombok
Indonesia from Jungle to Beach: Sumatra, Java & Lombok - 16 Days

From the orangutan forests of Sumatra to the ancient temples of Java and the pink beaches of Lombok, this 16-day itinerary introduces you to three of Indonesia's most beguiling islands. The trip starts out with an adventurous slant, as you trek through dense jungles, climb to dramatic waterfalls, and ascend volcanic peaks by Jeep. Then it's time to wind down with a week of laidback sun, sand, and snorkeling on the idyllic shores of Lombok.

Visit the islands of the Borneo Orangutan Survival Foundation
Wild Borneo Expedition: Central Kalimantan & the Derawan Islands - 14 Days

This intrepid, two-week adventure starts deep in the jungles of Indonesian Borneo, discovering the remarkable culture and traditions of its Dayak people. After some time in the ancient village of Tumbang Malahoi, board a three-day river cruise to venture further into the biodiverse hinterland and see endangered orangutans. Then it's time to trade the jungle for the beach, as you fly east to the stunning Derawan Islands for a week of snorkeling, sunbathing, and shark-watching in a postcard-perfect island paradise.

A Buddha statue in Borobodur
Best of Java - 10 Days

Discover Java's fascinating culture and spectacular natural landscapes on this 10-day itinerary. Hike to mountaintops for sunrise views of volcanoes, admire the countryside during a scenic train ride, and gaze upon a turquoise volcanic crater. Then you'll sightsee in the cultural capital of Yogyakarta and visit two world-famous temples—Prambanan, a UNESCO World Heritage site, and Borobudur, the largest Buddhist temple in the world.

Recent trip reviews for Dina

Overall it was a very interesting trip with a... · Indonesia - Dec 23 - Jan 3, 2020

Traveler: Benjamin K. - Local specialist: Dina Fatharani

Overall it was a very interesting trip with a lot of beautiful things to see and new memories being created. All the drivers and guides were friendly and always helpful. The standard of the accommodations booked were up to my expectations.

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Dina Fatharani, local specialist, responded to this review:

Dear Benjamin,

Thank you so much for spreading the words, we are happy to hear our travelers feel taken care of every moment of their trip with us. Let us know when you plan to go back to Indonesia, there are many things waiting to be discovered.

Best regards,