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Tours in Indonesia

Indonesia is a land of unspoilt beaches, authentic cultural experiences, and absorbing wildlife encounters. There are few better island-hopping opportunities to be had in the world.

With over 18,300 islands at your disposal, our tailor made itineraries will ensure you don’t miss out on the star attractions. Our Images of Bali Tour will transport you to the lagoons, volcanic slopes and temples of mystical Bali, to the evergreen scenery of Java and enchanting Komodo National Park.
Indonesia is a diverse nation where food lovers are spoiled for choice. Dig in to a wide range of exciting, exotic dishes, from the everyday staples of nasi (rice) and mee goring (a spicy fried noodle dish), to the rich signature flavours of rendang and massaman curry.
You’ll also want to wander through the rural idyll of a Balinese rice field, or perhaps reclining on coral-white beaches amid the castaway bliss of the Gili Isles is more your type of holiday.

If you travel for adventure then we suggest you embark upon a Komodo Trails Tour, across turquoise seas, to marvel at distant volcanoes en route to islands of Komodo or Rinca to study its famous dragon. Keen photographers should prep their cameras for an Island of Flores Discovery Tour to capture spectacular shots of multi-coloured lakes and smoking volcanoes. Wherever you wander, Indonesia never fails to delight, excite and amaze in equal measures.

4 days

Images of Bali Tour

Guide Price £449 pp  

This four day tour unveils the island's volcanic peaks, lush rice terraces, beautiful beaches and artistic, spiritual and cultural heritage. Spend time relaxing on the beach, explore the temples of Lovina, mountains of Candidasa and purchase intricate arts and crafts...

Escorted tours

Images of Bali Tour
3 days Komodo Dragon

Komodo Trails tour

Guide Price £879 pp  

Take in the sights of the beautiful Komodo National Park including the main attraction the Komodo Dragon. First discovered over 100 years ago the Komodo Dragonis a truly fascinating and robust animal recommended to be seen in its natural habitat...

Wildlife holidays

Komodo Trails tour
5 days

Explore Lombok and Gili Nanggu Tour

 

The ideal extension to your Bali holiday, this five day itinerary showcases the best that the nearby islands of Lombok and Gili Nanggu have to offer. Discover local tribes and traditional pottery villages, explore lush forests and stunning waterfalls and...

Adventure holidays

Explore Lombok and Gili Nanggu Tour
9 days

Highlights of Indonesia Tour

Guide Price £2,369 pp  

This nine day tour takes in some of Java's most impressive sights and attractions. From the incredible Borobudur Temples near Yogyakarta to Tangkuban Perahu volcano crater. Explore temples and palaces, hot springs and gardens before ending your tour in Bali...

Escorted tours

Highlights of Indonesia Tour
7 days Padar Island - Komodo National Park

Island of Flores Discovery Tour

Guide Price £2,099 pp  

Discover Indonesia's island of "flowers", Flores. Located around 90 minute's flight west of Bali, this is a real island of adventure. This 6 night tour is perfect for intrepid travellers seeking incredible scenery, untouched ways of life and the chance...

Wildlife holidays

Island of Flores Discovery Tour
4 days

Gili Islands Adventure Tour

Guide Price £539 pp  

Picture three minuscule islands fringed by white sand beaches and coconut palms sitting in a turquoise sea teeming with coral and tropical fish. Our three night package from Bali covers all three islands from lively Gili Trawangan with its vibrant...

Escorted tours

Gili Islands Adventure Tour
4 days

Kalimantan Adventure Tour

Guide Price £709 pp  

Enjoy a memorable journey to discover the beauty of Indonesia, visiting the most popular National Park in Borneo where you can find a population of orangutan. During the tour you have the opportunity to plant fruit trees for the orangutans...

Adventure holidays

Kalimantan Adventure Tour
8 days

Dances, Dragons & Magical Lakes (West to East)

 

This luxury adventure takes explorers through an Indonesian archipelago covered in pristine beaches, vibrant jungles, active volcanoes, mysterious lakes, cascading waterfalls and traditional villages drenched in authentic Indonesian culture. Journey through the islands of Bali, Lombok and Moyo towards the...

Cruise holidays

Dances, Dragons & Magical Lakes (West to East)
10 days

Jewel of Raja Ampat Tour

 

Without doubt one of the most beautiful island archipelagos in the world, cruising the Raja Ampat is a truly unforgettable experience. Characterised by steep, jungle-cloaked coastlines, hidden lagoons, and mushroom-shaped islets dotted throughout the clear, turquoise waters, Raja Ampat is...

Couples Holidays

Jewel of Raja Ampat Tour
8 days

Dances, Dragons & Magical Lakes (East to West)

 

This luxury adventure takes explorers through an Indonesian archipelago covered in pristine beaches, vibrant jungles, active volcanoes, mysterious lakes, cascading waterfalls and traditional villages drenched in authentic Indonesian culture. Journey through the islands of Bali, Lombok and Moyo towards the...

Adventure holidays

Dances, Dragons & Magical Lakes (East to West)

Expert Tips

Nick

Senior Destination Manager

“Most people flock to the coastal resorts of Bali, and though these offer paradise, palm-clad photo-opportunities, spend some blissful moments amid the stepped rice paddies and rainforest retreats found towards the centre of the island.”

Karen

Destination Executive

Komodo National Park is an absolute must. It is a beautifully preserved eco-system. The landscape is other-worldly, not like anything I’ve ever experienced, plus there’s a feeling of isolation here that you’ll never forget. When you meet your first Komodo dragon, trust us when I say you’ll be utterly spellbound."

Martyn

Destination Manager

“Bali is immensely spiritual. Take time out to explore the local culture of this enchanting island. Wander off the beaten track, observe the stone carvings and the religious offerings. Absorb its Hindu-Buddhist culture, the exquisite dress and local customs of its people and sample some of the handicrafts they make here."

Frequently Asked Questions

Latest studies conducted by satellite now suggest there are approximately 18,300 islands in the archipelago of Indonesia, with only a third of these being inhabited. If you like castaway bliss, you’re in the right place.

The capital of Indonesia is not Singapore or Bali. It is, in fact, Jakarta; a busy metropolis of 10 million people, famous for its knobbly, pungent durian fruit and also for not actually being a city – Jakarta is classified as a province or a special metropolitan district.

Indonesian food is intense, it is diverse and varies by region. Sweet, salty, sour and spicy classic South East Asian flavours abound, influenced by Indian, Chinese, Malaysian and Thai cuisine not to mention elements of Thai cookery too. There’s plenty to savour, from moreish peanut satay, to sides of spicy sambal, the everyday salad that is gado-gado to the soy-based recipes tofu and tempeh. Hungry?

Indonesia has to be explored at your own pace and leisure. Inland you’ll be amazed at how many shades of green it is possible to see on one trip. Sailing through this spectacular archipelago you’ll spot miles of empty coastlines, golden sands without a soul in sight. Hunt for traditional crafts, indulge at fragrant restaurants and food stalls. Oh, and when in Java – drink coffee the local way – sublime.

Why you'll love Indonesia...

• Tucking into tasty street food while admiring the architectural wonders of Singapore
• The diverse culture from Sumatra to Senggigi
• Enjoying the privilege of snorkelling and diving in Gili Nanggu
• Discovering the traditional villages and coloured lakes of Flores
• Taking in the enchanting landscape of Komodo National Park
• Meditating at ancient temples while avoiding mischievous monkeys in Bali
• Having an entire beach to yourself in Lombok
• Riding in a horse-drawn taxi on the Gili Islands

Did you know?

• It takes over 12 hours of flying time to get from one end of the country (Northern Sumatra) to the extreme southern edge (West Papua Guinea)
• It has more volcanoes than any other in the world, including the infamous Krakatoa
• The world’s largest flower is found here (Sumatra) the Rafflesia Arnoldi