This introduction to the wonders of Indonesia will immerse you in its fascinating cultures and showcase its great nature.
There are many ways to extend your adventure and explore as much as you like!
Our incredible Indonesia itinerary has been designed specifically for those who want to see iconic sites and magnificent treasures. You travel with the assurance that all your arrangements are complete with international flights, accommodation and all the tours listed below. You’ll be accompanied by our industry-leading National Escorts, whose unparalleled knowledge and talent will make your tour a memorable one.
<p>Fly overnight to Yogyakarta, the cultural and historical center of Java, for a three-night stay.</p>
<p>Visit today the Sultan’s Palace and the moated Taman Sari. Later you will get to know the art of making shadow puppets, a traditional craft before you stroll through the Beringharjo market. Dine tonight in a Javanese house with a local family.</p>
<p>Explore the city’s hidden attractions, visit a Buddhist Vihara, a traditional 1300-year-old medical store and the Puro Pakualaman, the palace of the princely state of Pakualaman. The afternoon is at leisure before exploring vibrant Malioboro Road.</p>
<p>Far away, behind the word mountains, far from the countries Vokalia and Consonantia, there live the blind texts.</p><p></p><p>Separated they live in bookmarksgrove right at the coast of the semantics, a large language ocean. A small river named Duden flows through their place and supplies it with the necessary regulialia.</p>
<p>A dazzling day of culture begins with the exploration of the historic Kotagede district with the Becak. Here you can see the flourishing silver industry and visit traditional Javanese houses, including a versatile Kalang house and Pasar Legi, a Javanese market. In Javanese costume you stroll over the holy royal cemetery. Transfer to Magelang.</p>
<p>Get up early to witness a magical sunrise in enigmatic Borobudur, a 1,200-year-old temple considered the largest Buddhist edifice in the world, picturesquely set amidst tropical vegetation. Follow in the footsteps of ancient pilgrims to learn more about the complex before taking a look at rural life in nearby Candirejo and visiting the village by horse-drawn carriage.</p>
<p>Transfer to Solo. Stop en route to explore the spectacular Turgo Hills by jeep. Drive to a vantage point where you can enjoy a panoramic view of the surrounding area, including Mount Merapi. Browse the Sisa Hartaku Mini Museum before heading to Kaliurang to visit the Museum of Mount Merapi and enjoy a Javanese buffet with sweeping views of the rice fields and volcano.</p>
<p>The city of Solo is an epicenter of Javanese culture and offers a wonderfully authentic insight into traditional island life. Explore the streets on a Bécak ride and take a break at the Triwindu Market to browse the antiques. Visit the batik village of Laweyan this afternoon to learn more about this Javanese craft.</p>
<p>Get off the train at the Solo Station to Jombang and take a scenic drive through the countryside to East Java. On arrival transfer to Bromo. The steep hills of Tengger Valley are at the foot of the spectacular Tengger Massif and the famous Mt. Bromo</p>
<p>Get up early and drive the jeep to Gunung Penanjakan for an epic sunrise over Bromo and the surrounding area. Cross the sand sea, a nature reserve, and drive to Bromo, where you can climb the 245 steps to the edge and look down into the crater.</p>
<p>Drive to Surabaya, the capital of East Java. Visit the quirky House of Sampoerna, a cigarette factory in an old Dutch colonial building with a fascinating museum.</p>
<p>Transfer back to Yogyakarta and fly to Flores Island, a lush tropical island and gateway to the Komodo National Park.</p>
<p>Enjoy a full-day boat trip to Komodo National Park. On the island of Komodo, take a parking attendant to the Banunggulung riverbed. Get your camera ready as you search for huge Komodo dragons and enjoy this unusual island. Later, you can swim and snorkel on beautiful Pink Beach and the paradisiacal Kanawa Island.</p>
<p>A second full-day adventure in the Komodo National Park includes visits to the Kelor and Rinca Islands, two of the many tropical gems in the area. Walk with a local ranger to find Komodo dragons, tropical birds, buffaloes, deer and pigs. Continue to the tiny island of Sembilan, where you can swim in crystal clear waters and discover the enchanting jellyfish lake!</p>
What Is Included?
- 14 breakfasts,
- 13 lunches and 14 dinners.
- International flights. Domestic transport.
- Guided tour with guides and entrance fees.
- Visa fees for Australian passport holders
Travel expenses are not included
- International airfare
- Visa fees
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