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Blessed with pristine Beaches and suffused with spirituality, Indonesia offers a perfect balance. with a mix of natural wonders, local colour and centuries old tradition. Gaze into the crater of a volcano on Java, and clamber onto the back of a gentle elephant to watch the sunrise over Borobudur. In nearby Bali, where the rice paddies trip down hillsides like giant steps, there are more intriguing Buddhist temples to discover, local crafts to bargain for in the artistic hub of Ubud and golden beaches on which to relax.
Get into the creative flow by joining a local painting class before taking the short hop over to the pristine beaches of Lombok where many take the opportunity to see the sacred volcano of Mount Rinjani. Sail out with the divers who are heading across to the Gili Islands – turtle capital of the world – where water temperatures remain wonderfully warm all year round.
When to go
Indonesia has a hot, tropical climate year round, with May to September being the most popular months to visit when there is less humidity. However with ever-changing weather patterns, it is well worth considering a holiday during the shoulder and low seasons.
Approximate flight times
London to Bali: 15 hours
GMT + 8 hours
Passports & Visas
Visas can be purchased on arrival by British passport holders.
Indonesia’s islands can be visited as a single centre holiday although many visitors choose to combine both Bali and Lombok or inland Ubud with a beach resort.
When to go
Indonesia has a hot, tropical climate year round, with May to September being the most popular months to visit when there is less humidity. However with ever-changing weather patterns and excellent offers, it is well worth considering a holiday during the shoulder and low seasons.