Indonesia is made up of a whopping 17,800 islands, something that would take you a lifetime to explore! It is also home to a vast range of fauna and flora as well as countless linguistic and ethnic groups and incredible landscapes. I can’t emphasize enough how much you need to visit (and spend time in) this beautiful country! visit the dragons of Komodo Island, trekk the peak of the Kelimutu volcanic lakes, explore the island of Lombok, and go scuba diving throughout the Gili Islands and Raja Ampat. Indonesia has some of the most pristine underwater landscapes and marine life—if you like diving (whether avid or advanced), Indonesia is bucket list status.
Standing at an impressive 2,329 metres above sea level, Mount Bromo really is a phenomenal sight to behold, especially at sunrise when it appears almost otherworldly. Located within Bromo Tengger Semeru National Park in East Java, this natural wonder is still very much an active volcano. Its symmetrical shape is most impressive at sunrise when seen from the rim of Mount Penanjakan: I guarantee that you’ll forget all about your early morning wake-up call as soon as you’re greeted by the striking views! Mesmerising vistas over the nearby volcanoes, Mount Batok and Mount Semeru, are equally unforgettable.
If you’re in search of a picture-perfect tropical island with sparkling azure waters, then a visit to the idyllic island of Gili Meno is number one on the list. Part of a three-island mini archipelago, just off the shores of Lombok, Gili Meno is the smallest and by far the most peaceful, with fewer tourists and arguably a more authentic Indonesian atmosphere than the other two islands. Whilst the landscape of this island is undeniably breathtaking, it is the underwater world offshore that remains the real gem of this archipelago.
Raja Ampat is home to some of the world’s most spectacular marine flora, fauna and living mythical creatures, with translucent waters and pristine reefs that make for some of the best snorkelling and diving in the world. Begin the day with an al fresco breakfast, fuelling you for a morning of exploring the islands. After lunch, spend the afternoon on the water – snorkelling, diving, water-skiing, fishing… End the day sipping cocktails in front of a beach bonfire as the stars emerge, and if you are really keen you might even want to slip back into the waters to discover the depths in the dark.
Surf in a whole new style at Como Uma Canggu, a breathtakingly designed luxury resort just steps away from where the waves break on one of Bali’s finest surfing beaches, Echo, on the south coast. The luxury beachfront property has partnered with Tropicsurf to offer surfing experiences and lessons for guests, with an unbeatable backdrop of panoramic views of the soft volcanic sand and rolling waves. A must visit in the areas are the sea temples of Tanah Lot. Standing on tide shaped rocks, according to legend, the temples were built by a priest who communed with a poisonous sea snake. This is the place for unforgettable sunsets.
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The itinerary is very well designed with a perfect balance of exploring beautiful sights and free time. We loved the sights that are included in the trip as well as the accommodations. They are truly serene! I highly recommend this trip.