17,000 REASONS TO VISIT INDONESIA
Indonesia’s national emblem is emblazoned with the words ‘Unity in Diversity’. With 700 languages and 17,000 islands spread across 5,000km of tropical ocean, there’s no better way to describe it. This diversity, combined with famed hospitality, billowing volcanoes and abundant wildlife make it an astoundingly bewitching travel destination.
EXPLORE OUR INDONESIA
Indonesia is a vast archipelagic nation consisting of thousands of islands stretching across the Indian Ocean to the eastern edge of the Asian continental plate and the western edge of the Pacific Ocean. This archipelagic geography dictates the ebb and flow of life in Indonesia and contributes to its astounding natural and cultural diversity.
From Komodo dragons, orangutans and coral reefs to mystic cultures, gorgeous beaches and active volcanoes, Indonesia’s sheer diversity of options for touring is simply mind-boggling.
North Sumatra Soft Adventure - Anticlockwise
- Explore North Sumatra
- Visit Samosir Island
- Experience tribal cultures
- Cruise around on Toba Lake
- See orangutans in the wild
West Java Tribes, Volcano & Cave Adventure
- Trek to remote & traditional Baduy Tribe
- Explore the challenging Buniayu Caves
- Take a dip at Bibijilan Waterfall
- Summit active Papandayan Volcano
- Visit traditional Kampung Naga Village
Wakatobi Island Escape
- Escape to secluded Wakatobi Island
- Explore abundant marine life of the Coral Triangle
- Meet the locals on a walking tour of villages
- Watch beautiful sunrise and sunsets
- Optional active activities on offer
Whether it’s a sublime beachside resort, remote boutique hotel or anything in between, our preferred hotels across Indonesia represent the very best options available in Indonesia.
Ubud Village Resort
Hanging Gardens Of Bali
WHEN TO GO & WEATHER
Because its proximity to the equator, seasonal weather variation in Indonesia is limited. Roughly speaking, there are two mild seasons: wet season, which runs October through April, and dry season, which runs May through September.
Due to its size and the effects that each island’s geography can have on weather and climate, seasonality can vary significantly from one island to the next. Islands east of the Wallace Line (between Bali and Lombok), which denotes the transition between the Asian and Australian continental plates, tend to be drier and more arid.