The Altaï Indonesia office is located in Renon, a small city between Sanur and Denpasar on the island of Bali. We operate from a traditional balinese house which we have transformed into a lovely office space. Guides and drivers visit every week for programme briefings before they meet our travellers at the airport. They are always popping in for cups of coffee or to present us with new findings and ideas so that we can continuously update and improve our trips and ceate new exciting holidays.
Benjamin has lived in Bali since 2012, he spends his free time trekking, scuba diving and snorkelling around Indonesia. He is the head of Altaï Indonesia and will help you create your trip in Indonesia.
Sani grew up and studied in Yogyakarta, she has lived in Bali since 2013 and joined our team in 2014. She first joined us as a member of our booking staff team; now she is our reservations manager. Fluent in both English and French, she will answer your emails between zumba lessons!
Edy grew up in Bali and studied in Malang, Java. Originally a divemaster and trekking guide he is a valuable member of our office team. He joined Altaï Indonesia in 2015 and he is in charge of guide recruitment, transport and logitstics. Fluent in both French and English, Edy loves meeting and spending time with like-minded travellers - he is likely to be the first member of our team will meet upon arrival.
Joss is in charge of administration and accounting. He is your go-to man for resolving any administrative issues, whether its visa applications or special permit requests, no problem is too big or small for Joss. When he is not in the offive he loves to spend his time driving his motorbike in the Bali countryside with his granddaughter helping her to discover the green side of the island.
Yuri is from Lombok, from a village not far from the Mount Rinjani. She is a vital member of our reservations team, a job which requires a lot of organization and dedication. She now lives in Bali and loves to spend time travelling around Indonesia exploring remote islands.