Lautan Hutan Kayu Ltd (LAHUKA) delivers support and advice to organisations and individuals planning expeditions/research projects in the Indonesian Archipelago.
Our business model revolves around removing all the stress and weight from your mind. This is a core tenet of our company. We can;
• Deal with all the paperwork related to your endeavours in Indonesia.
• Arrange all resource acquisitions and logistical requirements in country.
Experience has shown that expedition organizers and researchers invest considerable time in navigating complex ever-changing bureaucratic corridors. You can maximize time, funds and effort by accessing LAHUKA's expedition knowledge and local support networks - gained over decades in Indonesia.
Our mission is to enhance the collaborative efforts of Indonesian and other Nationals in conservation, science, adventure and community projects. We can achieve this by smoothing the way, so you can focus on your expedition and research objectives with the peace of mind that all the necessary bureaucratic and logistical requirements are being met.
Just let us know where and when you wish to travel to Indonesia, how many people in your group and the arrival and departure dates and we can help you plan your expedition. Those expeditions who have already planned their Expeditions to Indonesia we can supply a number of supporting services :
•Equipment and logistic
•Health and safety procedures;
•Procurement of expedition kit and equipment;
•Location and area expedition.
Lahuka delivers a series of personally escorted tours; our specialist team based in Indonesia have a high level of service, safety and professionalism, allowing you to enjoy your tour to the full.
Lahuka is proud to support action4asia a 9,000 mile charity cycling expedition, an ambitious and challenging project aiming to raise money for the water and sanitation charity Aquabox and other humanitarian charities that enhance the lives of people across South East Asia.
Day 30 the team have arrived in Phuket after suffering 45 C+ temperatures and cycling 160km a day. This week the team will set off for the 6 day leg to Bangkok, we wish them well.
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