With over 17,000 islands, 300 languages and ethnic groups, a tailor-made Indonesia tour is a gateway to a colourful mosaic of cultures and some of the most stunning natural scenery in the world. Amid towering volcanoes, untouched jungles and stunning palm-fringed beaches lies some of Asia’s most fascinating heritage and history. From Bali’s spiritual side to Java’s otherworldly volcanic landscapes, Indonesia offers a myriad of experiences that are both unique and unrivalled.
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Travel by speedboat across azure waters and get ready to explore the history, culture and natural beauty of the paradise that is Nusa Penida Island. Begin with a visit to Goa Giri Putri, a colossal underground temple, learn about seaweed farming and Batik weaving from the local community and enjoy some time paddling, snorkelling and relaxing on a secluded beach.
To make our tour a little unique, we stop by and assist a local seaweed farmer as they fight to bring back the historic art form of seaweed farming.
Join designer, businesswoman and owner of fashion label ‘Strange but Cool’ – Tina Lim – for an excursion that will educate and entertain. This exclusive half-day tour includes an enchanting visit to Lim’s meticulously curated collection of historical handbags at the Museum of Vintage Bags as well as an intimate workshop where she teaches how to turn ordinary plastic refuse into charming handicrafts.
Charismatic Tina is a highly sought-after woman who’s built a close relationship with our local team. As a result, this excursion is only available for Discova clients.
Towering volcanoes, breathtaking waterfalls and stunning beaches – explore some of East Java’s most spectacular natural highlights. In eight days, witness the surreal sunrise over Mount Bromo, explore the colourful village of Jodipan and marvel at the majestic sight of Tumpak Sewu Waterfall. Hike up to Mount Ijen’s turquoise crater lake and relax at some of the region’s most beautiful beaches.
Focussing on the far eastern part of Java, this trip goes beyond the classics and takes travellers to hidden waterfalls, little known beaches and brightly coloured villages.
Capital City: Jakarta
Population: 264 million
Language: Bahasa Indonesian, Balinese, Javanese and many other local languages
Currency: The country’s official currency is Indonesian Rupiah (IDR). Banks and money changers exchange most major foreign currencies, with the US dollar being the most widely accepted one. ATMs are also widely available across cities and major tourist areas; however, it is recommended to bring enough cash when travelling to more remote and rural regions.
Travellers from 169 countries can travel to Indonesia visa-free for a period of up to 30 days. As travel requirements are subject to change, we recommend checking the official government website before visiting.
Located close to the equator, the Indonesian archipelago offers tropical warm temperatures throughout the year and is characterised by two seasons – wet and dry. The climate varies between regions, but in most parts of the country, including Bali and Java, more regular downpours should be expected between November and April, whilst from May to October the weather is usually dry, with the highest tourist numbers in July and August.
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