Indonesia Tours - Islands, Temples & Dragons
8 DAYS / 7 NIGHTS
Experience Bali's interior in Ubud and the beaches of Nusa Dua. Stay in deluxe accommodation, take guided tours and have ample leisure time on this 8 day tour of Indonesia's most popular island.
13 DAYS / 12 NIGHTS
Spend 12 nights on the fabled island of Bali which remains one of the world's most sought after destinations with her idyllic beaches and rich culture amongst dramatic landscapes, warm people and storied temples.
8 DAYS / 7 NIGHTS
Spend 7 nights on the fabled island of Bali which remains one of the world's most sought after destinations with her idyllic beaches and rich culture amongst dramatic landscapes, warm people and storied temples.
4 DAYS / 3 NIGHTS
See the Borobudur Temple, Prambanan Temple and city sites on this short stay on the island of Java.
The most popular destination in Indonesia by far, the island of Bali is among the world’s most fabled with a collection of beautiful beaches, an incredibly rich culture, ancient temples and traditions, lush terraced rice fields, and a laid back and friendly lifestyle. The name evokes a feeling of bliss, and her experiences vary widely from a simple blissful morning walk on the beach to views of active volancoes and walking tours among paddy fields. A lot has changed over the years in Bali, but travelers the world over remain drawn to this Island of the Gods, and for good reason.
Indonesia’s world wonder in Java, the Borobudur Temple, is the most visited of attractions in Indonesia. Easily accessible from Yogyakarta, this temple compound, along with the Prambanan Temple, is a UNESCO World Heritage Site dating from the 8th and 9th centuries, and is one of the greatest Buddhist monuments in the world.
Bali’s artistic soul, Ubud is well on the tourist trail, but still worth your valuable holiday time. With some of the best warungs (restaurants), and food, on the island, a lush green setting, and remarkable handicrafts, Ubud continues to rank as a must-see when staying in Bali. Tourist flock to Ubud, the village is dependent on tourism, but it makes for a good place to explore the island and get a good feel for Balinese village life. Mix your stay with Ubud and the beach.
Indonesia can easily be mistaken for being almost all countryside at times, and taking a bicycle to explore the rural villages and communities is among the best ways to get to know the country and its people. Whether it’s a cycling tour in Ubud among the terraced rice fields, or among the bustle of Java, taking a bicycle, even for a short time, while in Indonesia comes highly recommended.
The Barong, Keris & Kecak dances are complex performances illustrating scenes from the Hindu epic Ramayana. Colorful, intricate and wonderfully entertaining, don’t miss this when in Bali.
BEST TIME TO VISIT:
Indonesia enjoys a tropical climate with temperatures that are fairly even all year round. The average temperatures range from 21 degrees Celsius to 33 degrees Celsius, except higher altitudes where it can be much cooler. Humidity is typically between 60-90%. There are roughly two seasons, wet & dry. The East Monsoon, between June & September brings dry weather while the West Monsoon, between December & March, brings rain. The transition between these the wet & dry seasons alternates between sunny days and occasional thunderstorms. The heaviest rainfall is typically in December & January.