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My travels in Indonesia have led me to explore many of its volcanic islands, not all 17,000 of them! I’d love to shed some light on its diversity, the cultural traditions, wildlife and scenery.Contact Katie
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Why we love Indonesia
The latest insight from our time spent exploring Indonesia.
A land of fire, Indonesia is made up of more than 17,000 volcanic islands cast across the Pacific and Indian Oceans. This is a country rich in culture, teeming with exotic creatures, packed with breath taking views and brimming with glorious beaches.
Soak up the sun on a white beach in Lombok beside a traditional out-rigger fishing canoe. Cycle the dense rainforests with the noises of the jungle reverberating all around you. Spot wildlife unique to these islands such as the largest lizard in the world, the Komodo Dragon, and large copper orang-utans. Feel the power of Mount Bromo's active volcano, billowing with white smoke high into the skyline.
Challenge your spirituality and explore the most long-standing and enigmatic Buddhist monument in Asia called Borobudur, located amongst bright green rice paddies and swaying palms.
Snorkelling & Diving
The snorkelling and diving comes with shoals of glittery, whizzing fish and coral reefs, beneath the waves of Sulawesi’s immaculate white coastline.
Whatever experience you are looking for, our experts are ready to help…
How to Explore Indonesia
These itineraries cover routes and places that are particularly popular with our guests and are designed to inspire. Every single trip we create is tailor-made and highly personalised to meet your specific requirements.
- From the artistic Centre of Ubud to hidden bays, waterfalls and Mount Rinjani of Lombok, this itinerary will keep you busy. Tropical beaches, world-class surfing and diving.
- From 10 nights at £8,000 per person inclusive of boat transfers, guiding and accommodation
- Ubud, Lombok and Jimbaran Bay
- Experience Balinese countryside from rice terraces to the Holy Monkey forest. Hike up Mt Batur and head to Menjangan for its mangrove forest and coral reefs.
- Spend 10 nights in three locations on a bed and breakfast basis from £3,600 per person, inclusive of transfers within Bali.
- Ubud, Menjangan and Jimbaran Bay
- Hit the ground running with tours of ancient monuments, galleries and rice paddies. Sail swiftly towards Komodo. Dive with Manta Rays, seek out Komodo Dragons and relax at Nihisumba.
- From 10 nights at £8,000 per person inclusive of boat transfers, guiding and accommodation.
- Ubud, Komodo and Sumba
Indonesia’s most cultural
- Step back in time with Sulawesi’s unique culture of the Toraji people and insight into their burial rituals. Explore the impressive sights of Borobudur and the Kedu Valley Temples before sailing off to the islands of Komodo.
- From £4,500 per person including domestic flights, accommodation and guiding.
- Sulawesi, Yogyakarta and Komodo
- From the artistic and cultural hub of Ubud to hidden bays, waterfalls and Mount Rinjani of Lombok, this itinerary will keep you busy. End on the tropical beaches of Sumba with world-class surfing and spoiling Spa’s.
- From £4,000 per person inclusive of domestic flights and accommodation on fully inclusive basis at Nihisumba.
- Ubud, Lombok and Sumba
Temples & Reef
- Explore the impressive sights of Borobudur and the Kedu Valley Temples before sailing off to the remote nature reserve island of Moyo. Well preserved reefs, expert dive sites, night time snorkelling and star gazing cruises.
- From 6 nights at £6,000 per person inclusive of boat transfers and accommodation on a B&B Basis.
- Yogyakarta and Moyo
World-class surfing and diving, a large number of cultural, historical and archaeological attractions, and an enormous range of accommodations, this is one of the world's most popular island destinations and one which consistently wins travel awards.
Jakarta is the capital and largest city of Indonesia, located on the northwest of the island of Java.
Java is the heartland of Indonesia. With more than 130 million people inhabiting an area as big as Greece.
Komodo National Park
Komodo National Park lies in the Wallacea Region of Indonesia, identified by WWF and Conservation International as a global conservation priority area, and is located in the center of the Indonesian archipelago, between the islands of Sumbawa and Flores.
Sumatra (also Sumatera) is one of Indonesia's large island and the sixth largest island in the world.
Waingapu, the capital of Sumba, is well known for manufacturing the finest fabric in Indonesia. A little further out at Rende and Melolo sit stone tombs with strange carvings, and in other villages on the east coast one can find skilled weaving, traditional buildings and deserted beaches. The east of the island is made up of arid grasslands and a limestone highland, while the west is fertile and green, with rolling hills and a long rainy season.
Where To Stay in Indonesia
Explore some of our highly recommended lodges within our Indonesia Collection.