Over 17,000 islands make up the Indonesian archipelago. But for a lot of travellers, there’s only one that really matters; Bali. A volcano-dotted, beach-fringed paradise that’s serene and sensational by turns, from the green slopes of Mt Batur to the Bintang bodegas on Seminyak’s main party strip.

For us though, Bali tours are all about the little treasures. An out-of-the-way village stay at Sidemen, reef-diving the impossibly blue waters off Lovina, soaking up some tranquility in the Banja hot springs, or sipping lime-spiked smoothies in Ubud’s organic cafes. As always, when it comes to paradise, the hardest bit is choosing what to do first.

Located in Central Java, discover Borobudur, or Barabudur, which is a 9th-century Mahayana Buddhist temple in Magelang. It is the world’s largest Buddhist temple, and also one of the greatest Buddhist monuments in the world.

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Price from $719.00 per person

Delve into Java's rich culture with an insightful visit to Yogyakarta. Wander the Sultan's Palace and visit villages where traditions have stood the test of time.

Price from $1,585.00 per person

Cruise along the Kumai River through dense jungle filled with primates such as orang-utans, proboscis monkeys, macaques, leopards, lizards and more than 250 bird species.

Price from $1,655.00 per person

Travel from Yogyakarta to Bali taking in East Java’s most spectacular sites - the volcanic peaks of Mount Bromo and Mount Ijen, and their surrounding landscapes.



From $1,685.00 per person

Sulawesi is one of Indonesia’s most fascinating islands. Experience two of its most interesting cultures, including village visits and walks in the land of the Torajan people.

From $2,119.00 per person

Java is one of the largest and most populous islands in the world, so what better way to explore it than on a weeklong overland adventure from its cultural heartlands to the rugged east.

From $2,405.00 per person

Experience the dramatic landscapes and traditional cultures of little-visited Flores, home to volcanic peaks, colourful lakes, tribal villages and beautiful beaches.

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