Indonesia

Indonesia Travel Tours & Trips

Dolphin encounter in Lovina
Mount Bromo's lava landscape
Bedugul market
Kintamani's market and holy Mount Agung
Padang Bai's beaches
Mount Rinjani trek
Gili Islands
Borobudur temple complex
Bandung
Solo
  • Trips & tours in Indonesia

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    Countries visited: Indonesia
    7 days
    Away from the tourists, Bali's a mighty fine place to explore. Its spiritual side will leave you feeling lifted, like the Lighthouse Family song. Not sure how we just managed...
    Countries visited: Indonesia
    8 days
      Borobodur is a super old temple. It was built 300 years before Angkor Wat and 400 years before any of Europe's great cathedrals. There's 504 Buddha statues here,...
    Countries visited: Indonesia
    22 days
    Start in Yogyakarta, see Borobudur, hang in Malang, climb Mt Bromo, bliss out in Ubud, splash in waterfalls at Lovina… then mountains, wilderness, trekking and BOOM! Back...
    Countries visited: Indonesia
    14 days
    Hoon from Yogyakarta to Sanur, on the way you’ll catch some temples in Borobudur and Prambanan, a sunrise at Mount Bromo, markets in Ubud, waterfalls at Lovina, views from...
    Countries visited: Indonesia
    15 days
    Ubud is great and all, but so is the sunset at Lovina, the guesthouse atop Mt Batur, the markets in Sanur, the trek up Sengiggi and the snorkeling off Gili Islands. Just sayin...
    Countries visited: Indonesia
    9 days
    Start and finish in Sanur, and head to Senaru for waterfalls, Senggigi for volcanoes and forests and the Gili Islands for snorkeling in between. Ace. The red star on Bintang Beer...
    Countries visited: Indonesia
    7 days
    Have an Eat, Pray, Love moment in Ubud. Then a waterfall moment in Lovina. A mountain moment in Kintamani. And a Bintang moment in Sanur.   Away from the tourists, Bali's...
    Countries visited: Indonesia
    8 days
    Leave Yogyakarta for temples in Borobudur, more temples in Prambanan, markets in Solo, colonial love in Malang, jeep rides up Mount Bromo and a lil’ culture in Ubud. All the...
  • Why we love Indonesia

    If temples, volcanoes and beaches are your kind of thing then travelling in Indonesia is also your kind of thing. It’s an archipelago of islands, with new cultures, new food and new experiences every time you switch islands.

    You’ve got Bali, that gorgeous Hindu beast with perfect beaches and smiling faces. Then there’s Java with Yogyakarta’s temples and, yes, more volcanoes. Over the waves there’s Lombok and it’s neighbouring slices of paradise, the Gilis.

    You can climb Mt Batur for sunrise, wander through rice paddies in Ubud and get a massage or ten in Sanur. You can camp on the slopes of Sengiggi, snorkel reefs and walk through villages where traditional Islamic life is every day life.

    If we had to sum up Indonesia in three words it would be: seafood, sunsets and so many surprises (six is the new three). 

    Safety information

    CRIME
    Be aware of the risk of street crime and pick-pocketing, particularly in busy tourist areas in Bali, where there has been an increase in reports of bag-snatching. Take sensible measures to protect yourself and your belongings. Avoid having bags obviously on show and carry only essential items. Take particular care of your passport and bank cards and avoid travelling around alone.
     
    Credit card fraud is common. Don’t lose sight of your card during transactions. Criminals sometimes place a fake telephone number on ATMs advising customers to report problems. Customers dialling the number are asked for their PIN and their card is then retained within the machine.
     
    Beware of thieves on public transport. If you’re travelling by car keep doors locked at all times. Only book taxis with a reputable firm. You can ask your hotel to book one for you, or use taxis from Bluebird, Silverbird or Express groups. These are widely available at hotels and shopping malls in central Jakarta and at Sukarno-International Airport. Don’t use unlicensed taxi drivers at the airport or anywhere else. 
     
    METHANOL POISONING
    There have been a number of deaths and cases of serious illness of locals and foreigners in Indonesia caused by drinking alcoholic drinks contaminated with methanol. These cases have occurred in bars, shops and hotels in popular tourist areas such as Bali. Take extreme care when purchasing spirit-based drinks, as bottles may appear to be genuine when they are not. Make sure drinks are prepared in your sight and don’t leave them unattended as there have been reports of drink-spiking (with drugs) in clubs and nightspots.
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