The chance to see traditional buffalo racing in west Bali.
Snorkel in the clear warm waters of the north coast.
Relax with a stay at a tented camp on the slopes of Mount Batukaru.
Visit the iconic temple of Pura Ulun Danu Bratan at Lake Bratan.
Explore the markets and galleries around Ubud.
Blessed with ancient monuments, exquisite wildlife, delicious cuisine, stunning beaches and numerous distinct cultures, Indonesia is a remarkably diverse nation. Its thousands of islands stretch across a distance roughly that of London to New York however, so careful planning is needed to make the most of your time here.
Our specialists can offer expert advice on traveling from island to island, where to take short flights and when to use a private guide and driver. They’ve also devised a series of itinerary ideas to make planning your route a little easier and can use these as a starting point for your bespoke tour.
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These itineraries are designed to give you some suggestions for what is possible when you travel in Indonesia, and they showcase some of the routes that we’ve found work particularly well. Treat them simply as inspiration, because your trip will be created uniquely for you by one of our specialists based on your particular tastes and interests.
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Relax on a beautiful beach in the south with access to great restaurants and beautiful temples.
Snorkel in a peaceful bay on the remote northern coast.
Soak up the atmosphere of Ubud — the cultural heart of Bali.
Help out with the daily farming practises.
Relax on one of Bali's finest beaches and watch the sunset on a private boat with champagne and canapés.
Get an authentic insight into Balinese culture away from the tourist areas of Ubud.
Trek to one of the craters on the active Mount Batur volcano.
Experience the scenery around the highlands of Munduk in an off-road buggy tour.
Have a local food guide teach you how to eat like a Balinese local at a small market town night market.
Stay at Amanjiwo in Java looking out to the largest Buddhist relic in the world, Borobudur.
Stay at Amanusa in southern Bali which boasts one of the most beautiful pools in Bali and its own private beach club on the white sands of Nusa Dua.
Stay at Amanwana on Moyo Island after enjoying a truly memorable float plane journey to this tented paradise where turtles swim in the turquoise waters and deer graze in the forest.
Stay at Amandari in Ubud, Bali and watch the local villagers as they make daily offerings at the Amandari shrine which was a gift from the village.
Stay at Amankila and enjoy the signature three tiered pools looking out over the blue waters to Lombok or explore the stunning east Bali countryside and villages.
- A short walk away from a beach with many excellent restaurants.
- The property only has 23 luxury villas all with gorgeous views out into mature gardens.
- Dine under the stars in the hidden garden offering authentic Indonesian cuisine.
- Take advantage of the open air yoga studio and practice with the hotel's yoga instructor.
- Located on one of Bali's most beautiful beaches with a calm sea ideal for swimming.
- Cottages and villas are in keeping with natural surrounds using teak, rattan and thatch.
- Both restaurants offer delicious Asian flavors with gorgeous ocean vistas as you dine.
- The signature cookery classes showcase Balinese dishes with the ingredients collected from local markets.
- Pristine location on Sire beach.
- Take a private boat ride to the Gili Islands for great snorkelling.
- Each spacious villa is mere steps away from the beach.
- Both restaurants are vibrantly decorated in the traditional style, offering renowned oriental dishes.
Picture perfect sunsets over the Indian Ocean.
Snorkel over pristine coral reefs.
Try unique Bali dishes such as Sambal Goreng Petai (chilli beef in coconut milk).
Enjoy a traditional massage as you gaze out to the blue waters of the Lombok Strait.
Visit one of the oldest villages in Bali and see their famed double ikat cloth.
Explore the shops and galleries in Ubud and try some of Bali's best restaurants.
Take in the breathtaking coastline of Sumba with sheer cliff faces and immense stretches of white sand beaches pounded by huge surf.
Visit local Sumban villages, first seeking permission from tribal chiefs.
See the traditional homes with buffalo horn and other artifacts decorating the entrance.
Chew betel nut like a local and watch a traditional ceremony unfold.
Visit the ancient Buddhist relic of Borobudur.
Enjoy the temple district of Prambanan.
Explore the Sultan's Palace in Yogyakarta.
Watch a spectacular sunrise over Mount Bromo.
Learn how to cook traditional Javanese dishes and visit a local food market.
Get an authentic insight into Balinese culture.
Trek to a crater on the active Mount Batur volcano.
Visit traditional Torajan villages with their characterful houses.
Explore ancient unusual burial sites.
End your holiday relaxing on a beach and enjoying a sunset boat cruise.
Visit the Hindu temple of Prambanan.
Explore the spectacular Buddhist relic of Borobudur.
Head to the viewpoint over Mount Bromo for sunrise.
See orangutans in the wild on the island of Kalimantan.
Stay in the quaint Dutch heritage town of Malang.
Marvel at the spectacular ancient Buddhist relic of Borobudur.
Visit the Hindu temple complex of Prambanan.
Take a bike ride through the paddy fields of central Java.
Spend time in Ubud — the cultural heartbeat of Bali.
Visit the volcanic region of Ijen to observe the sulphur mining and the stunning turquoise blue crater lake.
Visit Bali's only national park.
Relax on one of Bali's lovely beaches.
Watch a spectacular sunrise over Mount Bromo.
Take a boat through the islands of the Komodo archipelago to enjoy snorkeling and tracking down the Komodo dragon.
Begin and end your trip by relaxing on the palm fringed beaches of Bali.
See the sunrise over the eerie three coloured lakes of Kelimutu on Flores.
The 8th century Buddhist relic of Borobudur.
Dutch colonial architecture and cafés in Jakarta.
Prambanan's vast temple site of 244 Hindu temples.
A visit to Java's true hidden gem — Kura Kura Resort on the Karimunjawa Archipelago.
The iconic site of Mount Bromo volcano at sunrise.
Ijen Plateau's plantations, sulphur lake and colourful villages.
Cruise through the beautiful Komodo National Park on board the Ombak Putih.
Relax on one of Bali's white sand beaches.
Enjoy some world-class snorkeling and diving opportunities.
Journey off the beaten track and sample island life on Flores.
Encounter komodo dragons and fantastic marine life.
Trek to spend a night in one of the most fascinating villages in Asia.
Visit the famous crater lakes of Kelimutu.
The stunning Seventeen Islands Coral Garden Marine Park.
Relax in two contrasting Balinese towns.
See wild orangutan in Sumatra and Kalimantan.
Enjoy trekking and tubing through unspoilt rainforest in Sumatra.
Visit the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Borobudur; an ancient Buddhist monument.
Cruise around the dramatic islands of western Flores and track down Komodo Dragons.
Relax on a beautiful beach on Bali.
Explore the backstreets of the artists' center of Ubud.
Visit the lesser visited and beautiful Raja Ampat.
Immerse yourself into local life far off the tourist trail.
Enjoy a few days of world-class diving and snorkeling.
Explore Bali and finish your trip relaxing on the white sand beaches of Lombok.
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