Tours in Indonesia
Mount Bromo Sunrise and Madakaripura Waterfall Private Tour from Surabaya/MalangIndonesia | 15 hour tour From $130 Per Person
Mount Bromo Private Midnight Tour from Surabaya/MalangIndonesia | 12 hour tour From $115 Per Person
Rangko Village & Mirror Stone Cave Private Tour from Labuan BajoIndonesia | 8 hour tour From $99 Per Person
Flores Cultural Private Tour from Labuan BajoIndonesia | 10 hour tour From $209 Per Person
Bali ATV AdventureIndonesia | 6 hour tour From $55 Per Person
Cultural Private Tour of Bali’s HistoryIndonesia | 8 hour tour From $49 Per Person
Ubud Village and Monkey Forest Half Day Private TourIndonesia | 5 hour tour From $49 Per Person
Ubud Wild Water Rafting & Kintamani Volcano Private TourIndonesia | 8 hour tour From $75 Per Person
Balinese Local Homestay Experience in Bresela VillageIndonesia | 2 days package From $150 Per Person
Tamblingan, Buyan and Beratan Lake Private TourIndonesia | 9 days tour From $69 Per Person
Cities & regions in Indonesia
Although known for its beaches, there’s far more to Bali than a traditional fly and flop vacation allows. Part of the ‘coral triangle,’ its waters are teeming with turtles and tropical fish, while its lush landscapes drift between elegant paddy and misty forest. Culturally unique, there’s really no place like it.
Laying claim to four of Indonesia’s eight UNESCO World Heritage Sites, you miss out Java at your peril. As much about people as destinations, Jakarta is quickly becoming a capital to watch. However, there’s also no shortage of ancient temples, pristine rainforests, and smoking volcanoes to explore.
Tropical Sumatra is the unsung hero of many Indonesia vacations. Still largely under the radar, it's fine beaches remain almost deserted. Its surviving areas of rainforest are prowled by tiger and crisscrossed by rhino, elephant and orangutan. At the same time, its concrete jungles are equally fascinating, and filled with cultural insights.Explore Sumatra
Offering insight into Indonesia’s bounty of natural wonders, Flores takes its name from the Portuguese for flowers. Offshore, it’s a favorite feeding station with whale sharks. On shore, it’s possible to lap up the region’s traditional architecture, or hike to the colorful crater lakes of Mount Kelimutu.
Just whispering the name of Borneo will bring up thoughts of untouched wilderness. It boasts one of the oldest rainforests on Earth, home to fascinating indigenous peoples and wildlife found nowhere else. Rising above it all is Mount Kinabalu, a UNESCO World Heritage Site where you’ll find both orangutan and rafflesia flowers.
While small in stature, Komodo certainly has an impressive reputation. Much of it comes from the presence of the Komodo dragon. Found here and nowhere else, it is not only the world’s largest lizard, but venomous to boot. But the island’s delights also continue below the waves, where hundreds of species of tropical fish roam.