The Zero Waste Hero of Banda Neira

Recycling Banda Islands Hero

It doesn’t matter how far away you go, even the remotest islands like the Bandas are full of plastic waste. The problem is not only the plastic coming from other places but also the rubbish thrown away by locals. The rubbish is just piling up and polluting the pristine archipelago. Nobody seems to care or feel responsible for it. But there is one outstanding personality who pledged his life to make Banda clean again. Magi, a 40 year old teacher, has achieved what no government project has managed so far. He educates people about reducing plastic and organizes a whole waste system on Banda Neira. This is the extraordinary story of how one person can make a big change.

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Exploring the Exotic Banda Islands, Indonesia

Banda Islands Fort Belgica

The Banda Islands, a little archipelago in the middle of the Deep Banda Sea in East Indonesia spoiled us with its breathtaking beauty, tragic history and pristine underwater world. Even though the islands are often omitted from maps, Banda was a secret place which Europeans desperately tried to reach during the 15th century. Find out when is the best time to visit the almost forgotten paradise, where t0 stay and the best dive and snorkel spots.

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How to get to the Banda Islands?

How to get to Banda Islands

The Banda Islands, the most far away place of all remote destinations, have a reputation to be hard to get to. We can say it depends. During high season in October/November and March/April you have several reliable options to get to the Banda Islands from Ambon, the capital of Maluku which is easily reachable from Jakarta and Bali (via Makassar). If you go during low-season it can happen that most of the fast options are cancelled or generally stopped like the fast ferry.

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4 Days Camping Adventure on Fraser Island with our Fraser Dingo 4WD, Australia 

Fraser Island 4WD Fraser Dingo

Fraser Island is the world’s largest sand island and a world heritage site with a remarkably complex ecosystem. Its scale, vistas, diversity of experiences and special animals make it a place of exceptional beauty. We experienced Fraser Island by 4WD self drive and this gave us the opportunity to explore the island and its beauty by ourselves. Read more about our highlights and useful tips for your Fraser Island trip.

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