Indonesia is a fine holiday destination with an impressive colonial past, a rich culture, delicious cuisine and a beautiful diverse countryside.
Visiting Java brings you cultural enrichment, such as at the Buddhist stupa Borobudur, Prambanan Hindu temple complex and the palace of the sultan. Discovering the natural highlights of Java is a wonderful experience. Climbing volcanoes like Mount Merapi and Ijen enjoying the beautiful sunrise at Mount Bromo will stay with you for the rest of your life.
Bali has much more to offer than pristine beaches, a rich cuisine and volcanoes. In the cultural heart of Bali, Ubud, you can enjoy local art and craft or visit a traditional dancing performance. Cycling through the rice fields here is a memorable experience.
For a unique wildlife experience, we definitely recommend paying Sumatra a visit.
The possibilites in Indonesia are endless, contact us to create a tailor-made itinerary that suits your wishes best!
This short tour in Bali brings you two of its most precious gems: the cultural hotspot Ubud and the pristine beaches of Seminyak. Learn about the locals and their way of living, see how their famous craft is made and cycle among endless rice fields with Gunung Agung in the background.
This tour combines nicely with Java or another program but is also nice on its own.
Sulawesi is one of those destinations that is so diverse that you could visit it every year. It invites you to be adventurous and go out there to explore its natural highlights, rich cultures and to relax to reflect on all the experiences of the day.
This tour starts in the cultural heart of Java, Yogyakarta, which you will discover by becak. Explore the surroundings of Yogya, such as rice fields, traditional villages, Prambanan and Borobodur by bycicle. Travel eastwards and discover Sukuh, Malang, Kalibaru, Sukamade along the way. This tour will also enable you to climb Mount Bromo and the Ijen volcano with its blue fire.
This itinerary combines very nicely with a holiday on Bali, Sumatra or other marvelous places in Indonesia, ask us for more information.
Yogyakarta is the cultural capital of Java and amongst travellers’ favourite spot in Java. Yogyakarta offers you the chance to explore the main streets and narrow alleys for hidden treasures of bygone days, taste the best Javanese food and soak yourself in history, art and culture. Yogya lies between two of the country’s most iconic places, Prambanan the magnificent Hindu temple and Borobudur the renown Buddhist temple which are easily visited from Yogyakarta.
Sumatra Island in Indonesia is the sixth largest Island in the world. Sumatra is a tropical rainforest heritage which preserves tropical rainforests and is the habitat of several endangered species such as Sumatran tigers, Sumatran elephants, and Sumatran rhinos. Sumatra also has amazing beaches and is the right choice for those who love adventure.
The colonial town of Malang is an ideal place to discover by foot while looking for local markets and hidden food joints. Malang is regarded as one of the most leisurely and attractive towns in Java. Filled with leafy boulevards and a cooler climate, Malang is a laid back destination, from which you can visit two nearby and fascinating mountains – Mount Semeru, the highest mountain in Java and Mount Bromo, the famous volcanic mountain.
Jakarta is the capital of Indonesia and with its 10 million inhabitants it is the country’s largest city and one of the most bustling and cosmopolitan cities in Asia. Jakarta is filled with sightseeing and colonial attractions, lots of shopping malls and hidden back streets for nightlife, food and fun. Once you have overcome the traffic, Jakarta’s enchantments such as its cultural diversity and rich history will be yours to enjoy.
Discover one of the more beautiful islands of Indonesia and meet the friendly people, ancient traditions and fascinating nature of the island of the Gods Bali.
The beaches of Bali are incredibly beautiful and have their own character. In the south of Bali, you will find most entertainment venues such as bars, restaurants and spas. In the north of Bali has its black beaches formed by volcanic ashes, like Lovina. Permuteran accompanied Bali's most beautiful coral reef is the place for snorkeling and diving.
Located in Indonesia’s Parahyangan Mountains, Bandung is the country’s third largest city and the capital of the West Java province. Travellers have long sought to escape the heat of the low country in Bandung’s cool mountain climate. Bandung, City of Flowers, as Bandung is sometimes called, is home to several museums and is known for the distinctive architecture displayed in its 1920s Art Deco buildings. Bandung is surrounded by volcanic mountains, this city used to be filled with tea plantations established by the Dutch to capitalise on the region’s fertility.
Viewing the sunrise at Mount Bromo is one of the worlds most beautiful natural sights and climbing an active volcano is a rare experience. Seeing the smoke rising from the Bromo crater creates a feeling words cannot express.
The Ijen volcano on East-Java, with perhaps the most spectacular volcanic crater, is special because of its natural environment, its turquoise sulfur lake, its blue fire and the sulfur mining. Twice a day workers enter the crater to collect between 75 kilos and 90 kilos of sulfur, facing toxic gases, and carry out of the live volcano in a trial of about two hours.
Komodo National Park is home to the prehistoric Komodo Dragon, the biggest and most lethal lizard on earth. They can reach lengths of up to three meters and are surprisingly fast. Spotting one of these incredible creatures is an experience of a lifetime.
Best time to travel
Best time to travel
Indonesië is het hele jaar door prima te bereizen. Tijdens de regentijd, tussen december en maart, vallen er met name korte en hevige tropische regenbuien waardoor de temperaturen altijd aangenaam zijn.
Overzicht van de gemiddelde temperaturen en neerslag op Java, Bali en Sumatra: (geel is ons inziens de meest ideale periode).
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