Indonesia is a world-famous destination for the beauty of its beaches but not only. Its many islands offer a multitude of possibilities and will satisfy all your desires.
To spend a few days at the water’s edge and sleep in a bungalow in the middle of a heavenly tropical vegetation… A utopia? It is, however, possible in Bali. The most famous island of Indonesia offers both relaxation and culture. Beautiful beaches, luxurious Spas, everything, is implemented for your good being. Once recovered, you can explore the incredible Balinese culture by visiting its magnificent temples but also discovering its rice terraces and volcanoes!
Diving is a must-do in Indonesia. For the great lovers of diving and snorkeling, the Bunaken National Park is a veritable underwater paradise. A great diversity of species can be found there, and the visibility is excellent. Do you want to try to dive but also do horse riding, cycling and partying? So do not hesitate and go to the Gili islands.
The urban visit’s lovers will go to Jakarta, the Indonesian turbulent capital, and will enjoy the pleasant walks in the Dutch quarter and his wide range of nightlife places. In Yogyakarta, you can combine visits, shopping, and outings. The visit of the UNESCO classified Borobudur temple is also a must, as the Prambanan temple.
You may have heard about Komodo dragons, the largest lizards living on the island of the same name and which is now a UNESCO World Heritage Site. This is the only place where you can meet them!
And of course taste local specialties
Indonesia is made up of several islands, and each one has different culinary characteristics. Thus, you can spend the time to discover the various wonders. On the menu Mie Goreng (fried noodles), Nasi goreng (fried rice) or Nasi Campur (rice dish with different spicy ingredients), just to name a few! You will also often find dishes with coconut curry base for your biggest pleasure!
How to go there:
We advise you to land at Soekarno-Hatta International Airport in Jakarta on Java, or at Ngurah Rai Airport in Bali.