Indonesia: fascinating, beautiful and diverse

Indonesia: fascinating, beautiful and diverse

$1811 per person


The astounding Island of Java houses the most important archaeological remains of Indonesia, the temples of Borobudur – the largest Buddhist center in the world – and the set of Prambanan temples. Its excellent restaurants, bustling streets and markets are part of the “soul of java” available to all travelers.
Visit the Komodo National Park to see the legendary dragons. Experience a a few days of relaxation on this paradisiacal island of fine white sand that extends over a mantle of turquoise waters. Sailing on the waters of Komodo in itself is an adventure. The island of Nusa Penida will bring us some exciting days of motorcycle adventure and snorkeling with giant manta rays.
Bali, the “island of the gods”, a fascinating mixture of traditions and modernity. This exotic jewel of endless chromatic diversity bathed by two oceans is possesses a prodigious history, a landscape sculpted by  volcanoes, lakes, rivers and valleys where thousands of temples stretch between green jungles and endless rice terraces. Its inhabitants show a spontaneous and genuine hospitality wrapped in smiles. 

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Tour Plan

Day 1
Meet & greet assistance at the Jakarta International Airport. Transfer to 7FM hotel, located about 15 minutes from the airport. Check in and relax at the hotel.  
Day 2
Transfer to the airport and flight to Yogyakarta.  Visit the set of Hindu temples of Prambanan, the largest Hindu shrine in Indonesia. After sunset, transfer to the hotel.
Day 3
Breakfast City tour of Yogyakarta and visit the Sultan palace, the water castle, bird market and Kotagede village. Visit to Borobudur hindu temple (World Heritage), one of the largest temples in the world, built between 760 and 825 ad and abandoned in the fourteenth century during the conversion of Indonesia to Islam. Lunch at a local restaurant. Transfer to the airport and flight to Bali. Arrival and transfer to the hotel (meals included: breakfast and lunch) 
Day 4
Transfer to Denpasar airport (Bali) from your hotel. Flight to Labuan Bajo (Flower Island). Arrival and transfer by road to the port to start the navigation on the traditional Indonesian wooden boat. Night aboard the boat in front of Flying Foxes Island, where every afternoon thousands of bats of almost half a meter in length leave in search of food to the nearby Flower Island. Overnight on the boat, in a private cabin perfectly equipped to sleep. Included breakfast, lunch and dinner. Consult for special route of wild dragons.
Day 5
After breakfast sail to Rinca Island, home to the legendary Komodo dragons,  accompanied by National Park guides for a tour. In the evening the navigation continues, stopping at different points along the virgin beaches in this area for surface diving, in Makassa point or Manta Point there is an opportunity to swim with the large manta rays that live there.  
Day 6
Early morning, after breakfast walk around the Komodo island to visit another point where the dragons live. A visit to some of the villages located on the island next to the Komodo National Park. In the afternoon the navigation continues to the port of Laubuan Bajo stopping before (if the weather and the conditions of the sea allow it) at the island of Kanawa). Arrival to the city and transfer to the hotel.  
Day 7
Breakfast Transfer to airport to take the flight back to Bali, arrival and transfer to the hotel.  Rest of the day off.
Day 8
Breakfast. The first stop will be in Pura Sada, an important temple that dates back from the Majapahit dynasty in the 14th century. Later, a stop at the hot springs of Yeh Panas before continuing the trip to the Mount Batukaru Temple. The route continues through one of the most important rice producing areas of Bali, in the surroundings of Jatiluwih, a mountain village with an impressive view of the rice terraces. Lunch will be in Pacung, a village with a beautiful view of rice fields and volcanoes in the background. 
Day 9
Breakfast in the hotel. A visit to Celuk village, where most of its inhabitants are dedicated to manufacturing silver and gold jewelry. Mas and Ubud are the next destinations whose streets bring together the majority of wood carvers and painters from Bali. The trip continues to Singapadu village made up of typical Balinese house and after a visit to the Sebaru temple, a place of purification for the Balinese. Before reaching Kintamani, located in the mountains at 1400 meters high, we will pass through a series of coffee and orange plantations. Kintamani is located next to Batur volcano, 1717 meters high (still active) and Batur lake, the lake is inside of the caldera of an active volcano a group that forms a fascinating visual spectacle.
Day 10
First a stop at Mengwi to see the Taman Ayun Royal temple (Century XVII) surrounded by artificial moat. After the trip continues to the area od Bedugul, a mountain village situated more than a 1000 metres above sea level. Visit the Ulun Danu Beratan temple surrounded by a lake, this sanctuary half buddhist and half hindu is dedicated to Dewi Danu, water goddess. The tour continues to a typical market where different fruits, vegetables, flowers and typical tropical spices from this part of the island are sold. After Bali’s Botanical gardens.   The route continues to the north of the island arriving at Lovina beach and transfer to the hotel.
Day 11
Free day in Bali. Breakfast included. 
Day 12
Transfer to Denpasar airport for flight to the next destination.

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Useful information about the country
  • Indonesia has a tropical climate. On most of the islands there is just a little difference between winter and summer, with average temperatures of 25 ° C to 30 ° C throughout the year. The dry season is from December to March and the rainy season from June to September.
  • The official language is Indonesian, although more than 500 languages ​​and dialects are spoken by its 246 million people.
  • The official currency is Indonesian Rupiah (IDR)
  • For visas it is advisable to consult with the Indonesian embassy in your country before going on your trip.

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Price: USD 1811 The price includes:
  • Flights:
          Jakarta - Yogyakarta           Yogyakarta - Bali - Labuan Bajo           Bali - Labuan Bajo  - Bali
  • Accommodation in hotels and boats mentioned in the program in a standard room if no other option is mentioned.
  • Meals mentioned in the program
  • Transfers in private vehicles except Jakarta airport which by the hotel vehicle
  • Local spanish speaking guides in Bali, Java and english speaking in Komodo (Spanish in Komodo depending on availability), during the months of July and August spanish speaking guides according to availability)
   The price does not include:
  • International flights
  • Other excursions not mentioned in the program
  • Drinks and meals not mentioned in the program
  • Entry fees to all national parks and photos or videos are paid on arrival
  • Expenses caused by delays or cancellations of flights and ships and causes of force majeure.
  • Excess weight of luggage on domestic flights. - the weight allowed on domestic flights is 10 to 20 kilos depending on the itinerary. The price per kilo ranges between 9,000 and 20,000 rupees
  • Personal Insurance
  • transfer to a luxurious Javanese-style restaurant, located on an ancient restored temple on a hill near the temple complex of Prambanan offering unbeatable visits at sunset. Admission not included: 350,000 rupees to be paid at the destination, including drinks and aperitif.
  • After sunset, transfer to the hotel.
Meals included: Breakfast, Lunch. Accommodation A: The Phoenix Hotel Yogyakarta 5 * Accommodation B: Hotel Jogja Plaza 4 * Accommodation C: Ibis Style 3 *  
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