Indonesia tours

Make your selection from our range of Indonesia tours! The archipelago contains thousands of islands, which include Java, Bali, Lombok and Sumatra. Each island has it's own atmosphere. If you are going to travel through Indonesia, you'll discover the great diversity of nature and colourful cultures. You can relax on white sandy beaches, make your way through jungles and visit towering rice terraces and smoking volcanoes. In short, travel in Indonesia is both versatile and memorable!

Travelling around Indonesia,  the beauty of this country will not elude you. Watch out for impressive (and often still active) volcanoes such as Papandayan or Bromo. The country is also known for its beautiful coral reefs, white sandy beaches and swaying palm trees. The forest gives shelter to particular species of wildlife such as the Komodo dragon and orangutans.

Going on holiday to Indonesia for culture? You will also find plenty of that during your tour of Indonesia. Visit the Borobudur, a Buddhist kingdom of Prambanan and the largest Hindu Javanese temple complex in the country. Attending a traditional Barong or Kecak dance is definitely worthwhile as well .

What makes it so much fun travelling around Indonesia is that you can experience the contrasts of Asian city life and rustic countryside. Strolling through the charming towns, enjoying the restaurants and cafes and also taking wonderful hikes or cycling tours through the natural beauty: during your trip to Indonesia you can do it all! And the welcoming and extremely friendly people will make you feel at ease while travelling through Indonesia.

Group tours in Indonesia are interesting because you see more than just a single place in the country. You can visit several Sunda islands, such as Java, Sumatra, Bali and Borneo. You will become familiar with the different cultures and customs of these islands. Bali for example is known as " the island of the gods." You discover that each island is different and that makes an Indonesia group tour so incredibly interesting and varied.

How about the Indonesian cuisine? This alone makes it worth travelling to Indonesia. Delicious smells will greet you regularly during your group trip in Indonesia. You will miss the tasty dishes for a long time after you arrive home from your travels in Indonesia ...

Whichever one of our Indonesia tours you choose, you are guaranteed a sunny, beautiful, varied and relaxing holiday where indelible memories will be created!

Country info Indonesia

  • Background information
  • Culture Indonesia
    Europeans behave differently from the Indonesian people in many ways. In fact, you could write an entire book about the differences. The following hints should help you avoid
  • Religion Indonesia
    About 87% of the population is Muslim, and in some areas this figure is as high as 95%, although not all of them share the same ideologies. The further east in Indonesia you t
  • Festivals Indonesia
    Indonesian festivals include: 1 January (New Year’s Day), 21 April (Kartini Day, roughly Mothers’ Day), 17 August (Independence Day), 1 October (Hari Pancasilia, a
  • Food and drinks Indonesia
    Food: It is surprising to talk of Indonesian cuisine in a country with so many different cultures, yet the basic ingredient of every meal is boiled white rice (nasi putih). Ot
  • Tipping Indonesia
    People working in restaurants, bars and hotels who make your trip pleasant by cooking, making your beds etc. all earn paltry wages. You cannot put an end to the general povert
  • Weather and climate Indonesia
    Climate: Indonesia has a tropical climate with two clear seasons. The dry season runs from April to October, the rainy season from November until March. Most of the rain falls
  • Population Indonesia
    Indonesia has a population of 235 million. 9.3 million live in the capital city of Jakarta. The range of peoples, languages, cultures and customs found in this archipelago is
  • Landscape Indonesia
    The Republic of Indonesia is an island nation in Southeast Asia. The distance from the most westerly point of Aceh to the eastern border with Papua New Guinea is 3,100 miles,
  • Practical information
  • Arrival information Indonesia
    The first impression that you will get of Indonesia is of tropical luxuriance and warmth. You will also notice immediately that it has a well developed tourist industry, altho
  • Time differences Indonesia
    Indonesia has three different time zones, which are +7 to +9 hours GMT. This is one hour less during the summer period, as Indonesia has no daylight savings time.
  • Money Indonesia
    The amount of spending money suggested is the minimum required to pay for your meals, drinks, optional excursions, entrance fees, airport taxes and tips. The amount you actual
  • Luggage and clothing Indonesia
    Indonesia is a tropical country, so bring thin, cotton clothes with you. For the evenings, a high-collared T-shirt with long sleeves or a thin roll-necked sweated will help re
  • Electricity Indonesia
    Continental 2-pin plugs fit into most sockets in Indonesia, although they may need a bit of a push. Most places use 220 volt current, but some places use 110 volts. Power fail
  • Safety Indonesia
    Theft from tourists is rare in Indonesia, although there are exceptions, so take sensible precautions. As long as you keep an eye on your belongings and do not flash money/val
  • Health Indonesia
    The following health information is a general text that applies to all our travellers in Indonesia. Those who pay some attention to hygiene and skincare don’t usually ru
  • Information for people at home Indonesia
    Ensure that those at home know which country you are in and how long you are planning to stay away for. You may wish to fix a date when you will contact them again. Making tel
  • Photographs Indonesia
    Indonesians generally enjoy being photographed. However, you must remember that you can’t simply force yourself in front of them without asking. So always ask before tak
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