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Indonesia is quite a unique destination with varied landscapes of volcanic islands, white sand beaches, turquoise waters, and luscious jungles. Here, you fill find some of the world’s best snorkeling spots, incredible wildlife, beautiful World Heritage Sites, and a plethora of languages.


  • Visit the majestic Komodo National Park, a UNESCO World Heritage Site and one of the Seven Natural Wonders Of The World. The three main islands of Komodo, Rinca, and Padar make up this enchanted reality, known for fantastic scuba diving, and if you’re lucky – sightings of the legendary Komodo Dragon.

  • Travel in East Java to tour Mount Bromo, Indonesia’s most renowned volcano. Engage in a once in a lifetime experience of looking down at the crater of an active volcano.

  • Explore Bali, where you will visit a local plantation to learn about the creation of Balinese coffee while tasting the native 'Kopi Luwak', visit the picturesque Lake Batur, see a Balinese rice terrace, and wander through a traditional village.

  • Learn Indonesia’s spiritual foundation with a visit to Prambanan, a 9th-century Hindu temple in Yogyakarta. Then, visit the famous Borobudur Temple Compounds; dating back to the 8th and 9th centuries.

  • Tour the Borneo Rainforest, the oldest rainforest in the world and home to the endangered orangutans, proboscis monkeys, pygmy elephants, and Sumatran rhinoceros.


Good to know

  • The best times to visit Indonesia are June, July, or May through October - when the weather is driest

  • Indonesia is a deeply spiritual country and home to Bali, “the Island of Gods”




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