Indonesia: Your Way
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12 days | Indonesia | Private Journeys
Overflowing with cultural treasures, fascinating wildlife, and indulgent luxuries, Indonesia begs to be discovered. You’ll begin your journey in the capital of Java, Yogyakarta, where you’ll experience the daily life and ancient history of the Javanese, including the magnificent monument of Borobudur. Then its on to Bali, the magical “Island of the Gods”, where you will explore the lush rice field terraces, enjoy stunning volcano and lake views, and wander spectacular beaches. You'll learn about rural life in Munduk village, and visit coffee, cacao, vanilla, and clove plantations. In Bali you will also get to visit Ubud’s famous monkey forest, and enjoy an elephant-back safari by starlight. On the island of Labuan Bajo, you will come in close contact with the largest lizard in the world: the Komodo Dragon. You’ll end your journey with an incredible underwater adventure back in Bali, where the warmth of the local people with lure you to extend your stay.
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Tour Cost (per person):
From US$4595 per person (based on 2 passengers travelling)
Itinerary at a Glance
|1||Arrive in Yogyakarta and browse the Ngasem market|
|2||Learn about the Javanese heritage and culture as you wander the rooms of the Sultan's Palace, and on to Borobudur where you will discover the history behind its construction |
|3||Fly to Bali and enjoy the volcano and lake views|
|4||Drive to Munduk village and on to Alas Kedaton, home of the famous monkey forest where you will see the macaque monkeys|
|5||Embark on an exciting white-water rafting trip down the Ayung River and swim in the cool clear water |
|6||Head to the Elephant Safari Park for a "Safari Under the Stars", where you will ride elephant back through the forest and experience an elephant talent show before a 4-course meal |
|7||Ride by Bali Quad or Buggy through the authentic regions of Bali, passing rice fields and through the jungle |
|8||Fly to Labuan Bajo and sail to Rinca Island and follow a trail through the island looking for exotic species|
|9||Sail to Komodo Island, which is home to over 2000 of these lizards and enjoy a safari |
|10||Fly back to Bali |
|11||Embark on an underwater adventure using a helmet diving system and walk along the seabed to see a wide variety of fish species |
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