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Indonesia

The archipelago of islands in Indonesia holds a treasure trove of diverse cultures, rich heritage, a spectacular variety of wildlife, scenic landscapes, and more. It is the home of the famous Dragon who dwells in the Komodo Islands, and the ideal spot of relaxation too, especially at the marvelous beaches of pink sand. Swing madly across the Sun at the big swings of Bali and set the adrenaline racing by hiking on active volcanoes and scuba diving into untouched waters.

Must Do Adventure

  • Bali is the paradise for surfers, and Uluwatu is the best surfing spot. Paddle through the dark and picturesque Uluwatu caves before reaching the surfing spot and don’t miss out on checking out the Single Fin Bar for entertainment on Sundays. Enjoy the exciting long tube rides and the sharp reef bottoms at Padang Padang.

    Surfing at Bali Beaches
  • Admire the beauty of the rosy sunrise at Heaven’s gate at Pura Lempuyang Temple, situated in Karangasem, at the foot of Mount Agung. Visit the Temple in the early morning when the sun shines bright, and the sky is cloudless. You can visit before sunset too.

    Visit Gates Of Heaven at Bali
  • Take the hottest photos of Instagram at the big swings of Bali. Relish the adrenaline rush and thrill on the big swing amid the lush forests, river valley, rice fields, cliffs, and more. The Bali Swing at 78m, 20m, 15m, and 10m above the ground and wedged between towering palm trees.

    Big Swings Of Bali

Bucket List Experience

Komodo Dragon and Pink Beach

Stalk the strange reptile, the Komodo Dragon at Komodo Islands, on the Indonesia Tour. Visit Komodo Island National Park, a UNESCO-recognized heritage site, the natural habitat of the rare and creepy looking Komodo Dragon. Don’t get too close to the massive land reptile as the Komodo Dragon can eat a human alive! Stay close to your guide, and he will show you the way to click a selfie with the Dragon. Move on to the beautiful Pink Sand Beach in the Komodo Islands. Enjoy boating and snorkeling among the fishes and corals at the pretty pink beach.

Raja Ampat

Raja Ampat of Indonesia is an exotic paradise of tropical life-like corals, fishes, birds, mollusks, plants, and more. Go diving and sightseeing at Waisai, especially at the translucent Waiwo Beach, and enjoy cliff jumping and swimming in the blue waters of Pianemo Island. Get a legit diving certificate after a crash course in diving in the staggering underwater world of Raja Ampat and hike to heart’s content at the beautiful Wayag Archipelago, where the blue sky merges the emerald waters.

Bali

Take a heady swig of the intoxicating excitement of Bali on the Indonesia Tour. Admire the breathtaking seaside setting on the rocky islet of Pura Tanah Lot Temple and brave your heart to go trekking to the summit of Mount Batur. Visit the beautiful Uluwatu Temple during sunset, and watch out for the mischievous monkeys at Ubud Monkey Forest. Fall in love with Balinese art and culture at Ubud Art Market, and pay a visit to Neka Art Museum, Agung Rai Museum of Art, and more.

Borobudur

Visit the most prominent Buddhist Temple in the world at Borobudur in Java, Indonesia. Travel back in time and plunge deep into an ocean of spirituality, culture, history, and art at Borobudur. Borobudur sprawls across a large area and is the home of over 500 Buddha statues and 2600 relief panels. Visit the beautiful Selogriyo Temple, which offers stunning views of mountain peaks and greenery. Spend a few hours of relaxation at Padma Spa and meditate at Mendut Temple. Visit the Chicken Church and catch a glimpse of the sunset from Prambanan Temple.

Orangutans-Tanjung Puting

Take a boating tour through Tanjung Puting National Park, the home of wild, and amazing orangutans. There are eight different species of monkeys in the Park that include the distinctive proboscis monkey, which has a weird long nose. Watch out for the enormous orangutans that swing and prance between the thick and lush trees and keep your eyes out for the crocodiles too. Enjoy bird watching also as the Park plays home to more than 200 species of birds. Visit Camp Leaky, the preservation center of orangutans.

Mount Bromo

Brace yourself to be amazed at the mountain scenery and volcanic crater activities of Mount Bromo in the highlands of Eastern Java. Enjoy an exciting jeep ride up the steep slopes of Mount Bromo and then take a walk to the sunrise viewpoint of the mighty mountain, Mt. Bromo. Take a sip into a steaming mug of coffee or cup noodles and witness the majestic red and gold sunrise from the jagged peaks of Mount Bromo. Go horseriding in the Sea Of Sand desert at Bromo Tengger Semeru National Park.

When to Visit

Peak Season

Go on the Indonesia Tour between May and September when the weather is sunny and dry, and the temperature is moderate too.

Travel Guide

Location

Indonesia is situated off the coastal region of the mainland of Southeast Asia, between the Pacific Ocean and the Indian Ocean.

Capital City

The capital of Indonesia is Jakarta.

Main Airport

Jakarta International Airport in Jakarta is the most important international airport in Indonesia.

Language Spoken

Indonesian is the official language of Indonesia. The two widely spoken languages are Sudanese and Javanese.

Currency

The currency of Indonesia is the Indonesian rupiah

Visas

The citizens of the US do not require a visa under the visa exemption rule for the Indonesia Tour. The citizens of other countries require a tourist or business visa.

Electricity

The standard values vary between 230 volts and 50 Hertz, and the sockets are adapted for plugs of types C and F.

Vaccinations

The experts generally recommend vaccinations for hepatitis A, tetanus, polio, and typhoid for the Indonesia tour. For rural trips, consider vaccinations for Hepatitis B, Rabies, and Japanese Encephalitis.

Emergency Calls

Dial toll-free number 112 for any emergency during the Indonesia Tour.

FAQs about Indonesia

How is internet access like in Indonesia?

Internet access is not favorable in Indonesia, as many sites are blocked, and the connection is unstable.

Can I use my mobile phone in Indonesia?

Mobile phones in other countries usually work in Indonesia. Purchase a local sim card to make phone calls or turn on the roaming facility of your sim card during the Indonesia Tour.

How are the toilets like in Indonesia?

The public toilets require squatting and have no flush system. You have to pour water into the bathroom that is available in the bathroom. Public restrooms are rare, so check into a cafe instead.

Can I drink tap water in Indonesia?

The tap water of Indonesia is safe for cleaning and cooking, but not for drinking. Drink bottled and filtered water during the Indonesia Tour.

Are credit cards accepted in Indonesia?

The metropolitan parts of Indonesia widely accept most credit cards and debit cards of significant companies and notably Visa, and MasterCard. Most of the places only accept cash.

What is the convenience of ATM access like in Indonesia?

You will only find ATM centers in the big cities of Indonesia, like Jakarta and Bali. Carry a sufficient amount of cash during the trips.

What to wear in Indonesia?

Pack in your shorts, tank tops, beachwear, party dresses, raincoats, and umbrella on the Indonesia Tour.

Is Indonesia safe for women to travel solo?

Indonesia is reasonably safe for women who travel solos and for solo tourists too.

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