• Flight included
  • Accommodation included
  • Transfer included

Indonesia's islands Java, Borneo & Bali

  • Round trip
  • 13, 14, 15, 16, 17 or 18 nights
  • Indonesia
price from £ 1,929
  • per person
  • based on 2 persons

Java, Borneo & Bali, with hotels, breakfast, excursions, private transfers & flights

Indonesia is comprised of more than 17,000 islands and, with this unforgettable trip, you will explore three of the most beautiful: Java, Borneo and Bali. Sail through the Borneo jungle and experience the magnificent orangutans - this is one of the best places in the world to see man's closest relatives. From Borneo you will travel on to the coffee island of Java, where you can see fascinating temples and active volcanoes, and experience the island's unique culture. Finally, the beautiful beaches of Bali await. If you can't get enough of Indonesia, extend your trip by stopping at an unspoiled tropical island in the Karimunjawa archipelago. Here you will find some of the most idyllic palm beaches in the world, colourful coral reefs and, best of all, hardly any other tourists. You could also extend your trip by stopping at Bali's spiritual capital, Ubud. You can also go on a variety of excursions with an English-speaking guide. Private transfers, domestic flights and much more are included in this epic trip.

Included
  • Indonesia holiday: 12, 14 or 16 nights in Java, Borneo and Bali
  • Breakfast
  • Half board (Days 2-3)
  • Private river cruise through Tanjung Puting National Park, Borneo
  • Tour of the coffee plantation in Magelang, Java
  • Excursion to the Borobudur temple in Yogyakarta, Java
  • City tour of Yogyakarta, Java
  • Sunrise over the Bromo volcano, Java
  • Excursion to Bali Bird Park, Pura Desa Batuan Temple, Goa Gajah Elephant Cave and Pura Penataran Sasih Temple (only with Ubud extension)
  • English-speaking guide / driver during the included excursions
  • Private transportation between the airport and hotels
  • Private transfers
  • Domestic flights between Java, Borneo and Bali
  • Flight from Birmingham, Edinburgh, Glasgow, London Gatwick, London Heathrow, Manchester, London Stansted to Jakarta and from Denpasar, Bali to Birmingham, Edinburgh, Glasgow, London Gatwick, London Heathrow, Manchester, London Stansted
  • Please note that there may be an additional night(s) in transit due to flight schedules.

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Day 1: Jakarta, Java

Welcome to the first stop on this journey - the largest city and capital of Indonesia: Jakarta. With an estimated population of over 10 million people, Jakarta is not only the most populous city in Indonesia, but the whole of Southeast Asia. After you land, you will be greeted by your driver w... Read more

Swiss-Belhotel Airport Jakarta

Day 2-3: Tanjung Puting Nationalpark, Borneo

You start the second day with an early breakfast at the hotel before you are picked up and driven back to the airport, from where you fly to Borneo. Upon arrival at Pangkalan Airport, your local guide will greet you and drive to the port on the Kumai River - this is where your private cruise t... Read more

Rimba Orangutan Eco Lodge

Day 4-5: Magelang, Java

On the Day 4, say goodbye to Borneo and the fascinating orangutans to return to Java. From the port of Kumai you will be driven to Pangkalan Bun Airport, from where you will fly back to Java. You will stay in the centre of Java in the picturesque Magelang area.

After breakfast on Day 5... Read more

MesaStila Resort & Spa

Day 6-7: Borobudur Temple and Yogyakarta, Java

Today brings one of the great highlights of the trip, as you will visit the largest Buddhist temple in the world: Borobudur. The temple is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and was built in the 9th century. It was not until 1814-1835 that the massive constructions were discovered under a thick laye... Read more

Royal Ambarrukmo Yogyakarta

Day 8: Bromo, Java

After breakfast on Day 8, you will be driven approx. 400 kilometres from Yogyakarta to Bromo. Sit back and enjoy the view of the green Javanese highlands as they go by. Java is on the so-called "ring of fire" - the chain of the most active volcanoes in the world, and the Bromo volcan... Read more

Plataran Bromo

Day 9-12: Bromo volcano and on to Sanur, Bali

On Day 9, put on your hiking shoes before sunrise and take a trip to the Bromo volcano. You will be driven to the viewing point in Penanjakan, where you have a great view of the Bromo volcano and the surrounding area at sunrise. Although the Bromo volcano is not the tallest volcano on the isla... Read more

Hyatt Regency Bali

Day 1: Jakarta, Java

Welcome to the first stop on this journey - the largest city and capital of Indonesia: Jakarta. With an estimated population of over 10 million people, Jakarta is not only the most populous city in Indonesia, but the whole of Southeast Asia. After you land, you will be greeted by your driver w... Read more

Swiss-Belhotel Airport Jakarta

Day 2-3: Tanjung Puting Nationalpark, Borneo

You start the second day with an early breakfast at the hotel before you are picked up and driven back to the airport, from where you fly to Borneo. Upon arrival at Pangkalan Airport, your local guide will greet you and drive to the port on the Kumai River - this is where your private cruise t... Read more

Rimba Orangutan Eco Lodge

Day 4: Semarang, Java

On the Day 4, say goodbye to Borneo and the fascinating orangutans to return to Java. From the port of Kumai you will be driven to Pangkalan Bun Airport, from where you will fly back to Java. You spend the night in the centre of Java in the area of ​​the old trading town of Semarang. Dating ba... Read more

Hotel Santika Premiere Semarang

Day 5-7: Karimunjawa Islands

On Day 5, you will head towards the Karimunjawa Archipelago, which consists of 27 islands - 22 of which belong to the Karimunjawa National Park. After breakfast, make your way to the harbour, where you will take the motorboat to the main island of Karimun Jawa. From there you will take a speed... Read more

Kura Kura Resort

Day 8: Magelang, Java

Enjoy these last moments in paradise, because on Day 8 it is time to head for Java again. From the port of Kumai you sail to Jepara, from where you are driven to the Magelang area.

Read more
MesaStila Resort & Spa

Day 9-10: Borobudur Temple and Yogyakarta, Java

Today brings one of the great highlights of the trip, as you will visit the largest Buddhist temple in the world: Borobudur. The temple is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and was built in the 9th century. It was not until 1814-1835 that the massive constructions were discovered under a thick laye... Read more

Royal Ambarrukmo Yogyakarta

Day 11: Bromo, Java

After breakfast on Day 11, you will be driven approx. 400 kilometres from Yogyakarta to Bromo. Sit back and enjoy the view of the green Javanese highlands as they go by. Java is on the so-called "ring of fire" - the chain of the most active volcanoes in the world, and the Bromo volca... Read more

Plataran Bromo

Day 12-14: Bromo volcano and on to Sanur, Bali

On Day 12, put on your hiking shoes before sunrise and take a trip to the Bromo volcano. You will be driven to the viewing point in Penanjakan, where you have a great view of the Bromo volcano and the surrounding area at sunrise. Although the Bromo volcano is not the tallest volcano on the isl... Read more

Hyatt Regency Bali

Day 1: Jakarta, Java

Welcome to the first stop on this journey - the largest city and capital of Indonesia: Jakarta. With an estimated population of over 10 million people, Jakarta is not only the most populous city in Indonesia, but the whole of Southeast Asia. After you land, you will be greeted by your driver w... Read more

Swiss-Belhotel Airport Jakarta

Day 2-3: Tanjung Puting Nationalpark, Borneo

You start the second day with an early breakfast at the hotel before you are picked up and driven back to the airport, from where you fly to Borneo. Upon arrival at Pangkalan Airport, your local guide will greet you and drive to the port on the Kumai River - this is where your private cruise t... Read more

Rimba Orangutan Eco Lodge

Day 4-5: Magelang, Java

On the Day 4, say goodbye to Borneo and the fascinating orangutans to return to Java. From the port of Kumai you will be driven to Pangkalan Bun Airport, from where you will fly back to Java. You will stay in the centre of Java in the picturesque Magelang area.

After breakfast on Day 5... Read more

MesaStila Resort & Spa

Day 6-7: Borobudur Temple and Yogyakarta, Java

Today brings one of the great highlights of the trip, as you will visit the largest Buddhist temple in the world: Borobudur. The temple is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and was built in the 9th century. It was not until 1814-1835 that the massive constructions were discovered under a thick laye... Read more

Royal Ambarrukmo Yogyakarta

Day 8: Bromo, Java

After breakfast on Day 8, you will be driven approx. 400 kilometres from Yogyakarta to Bromo. Sit back and enjoy the view of the green Javanese highlands as they go by. Java is on the so-called "ring of fire" - the chain of the most active volcanoes in the world, and the Bromo volcan... Read more

Plataran Bromo

Day 9-12: Bromo volcano and on to Sanur, Bali

On Day 9, put on your hiking shoes before sunrise and take a trip to the Bromo volcano. You will be driven to the viewing point in Penanjakan, where you have a great view of the Bromo volcano and the surrounding area at sunrise. Although the Bromo volcano is not the tallest volcano on the isla... Read more

Hyatt Regency Bali

Day 13-14: Ubud, Bali and departure on Day 15

Today's destination is Ubud, but you'll take in some cultural highlights en route. You will be picked up from your hotel and driven to Bali Bird Park, where you can experience hundreds of bird species from all over the world. Next, stop in the village of Batuan to explore Pura Desa Bat... Read more

Sthala Ubud by Marriot

Day 1: Jakarta, Java

Welcome to the first stop on this journey - the largest city and capital of Indonesia: Jakarta. With an estimated population of over 10 million people, Jakarta is not only the most populous city in Indonesia, but the whole of Southeast Asia. After you land, you will be greeted by your driver w... Read more

Swiss-Belhotel Airport Jakarta

Day 2-3: Tanjung Puting Nationalpark, Borneo

You start the second day with an early breakfast at the hotel before you are picked up and driven back to the airport, from where you fly to Borneo. Upon arrival at Pangkalan Airport, your local guide will greet you and drive to the port on the Kumai River - this is where your private cruise t... Read more

Rimba Orangutan Eco Lodge

Day 4: Semarang, Java

On the Day 4, say goodbye to Borneo and the fascinating orangutans to return to Java. From the port of Kumai you will be driven to Pangkalan Bun Airport, from where you will fly back to Java. You spend the night in the centre of Java in the area of ​​the old trading town of Semarang. Dating ba... Read more

Hotel Santika Premiere Semarang

Day 5-7: Karimunjawa Islands

On Day 5, you will head towards the Karimunjawa Archipelago, which consists of 27 islands - 22 of which belong to the Karimunjawa National Park. After breakfast, make your way to the harbour, where you will take the motorboat to the main island of Karimun Jawa. From there you will take a speed... Read more

Kura Kura Resort

Day 8: Magelang, Java

Enjoy these last moments in paradise, because on Day 8 it is time to head for Java again. From the port of Kumai you sail to Jepara, from where you are driven to the Magelang area.

Read more
MesaStila Resort & Spa

Day 9-10: Borobudur Temple and Yogyakarta, Java

Today brings one of the great highlights of the trip, as you will visit the largest Buddhist temple in the world: Borobudur. The temple is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and was built in the 9th century. It was not until 1814-1835 that the massive constructions were discovered under a thick laye... Read more

Royal Ambarrukmo Yogyakarta

Day 11: Bromo, Java

After breakfast on Day 11, you will be driven approx. 400 kilometres from Yogyakarta to Bromo. Sit back and enjoy the view of the green Javanese highlands as they go by. Java is on the so-called "ring of fire" - the chain of the most active volcanoes in the world, and the Bromo volca... Read more

Plataran Bromo

Day 12-14: Bromo volcano and on to Sanur, Bali

On Day 12, put on your hiking shoes before sunrise and take a trip to the Bromo volcano. You will be driven to the viewing point in Penanjakan, where you have a great view of the Bromo volcano and the surrounding area at sunrise. Although the Bromo volcano is not the tallest volcano on the isl... Read more

Hyatt Regency Bali

Day 15-16: Ubud, Bali and departure on Day 17

Today's destination is Ubud, but you'll take in some cultural highlights en route. You will be picked up from your hotel and driven to Bali Bird Park, where you can experience hundreds of bird species from all over the world. Next, stop in the village of Batuan to explore Pura Desa Bat... Read more

Sthala Ubud by Marriot
Optional excursions

If you want to make your trip even more unforgettable, you have the option to book the following optional excursions and experiences. Excursions can be booked and paid for when booking.

• Sunset at Uluwatu Temple, dance show and dinner on the beach (Day 10-12 / 13-14) •
Watch the sunset over the Temple of Uluwatu - known for its beautiful oceanfront location. You will then experience the famous fire dance, Kecak, and the evening ends with a dinner on the beach. The excursion lasts 6-7 hours and includes everything described above, as well as transportation and guide.

• River rafting on the Ayung River (Day 10-12 / 13-14) •
Descend the dramatic Ayung River, Bali's longest river. Together with a professional team, paddle through the jungle and beautiful rice fields - remember to hold on tight! The tour includes all safety equipment, safety training and lunch. You will raft about 2 hours, but the trip takes a total of 5-6 hours.

• E-bike in Ubud's nature including lunch (Day 10-12 / 13-14) •
Explore Bali by bike on this excursion. Cycle for about 2 hours on electric bikes, past the rice fields of Ubud and through the small communities, where you can enjoy both nature and culture. Transport, guide, safety equipment, lunch including water, coffee and tea are included in the price.

• Swing 'Bali Swing' (Day 10-12 / 13-14) •
Experience the freedom and the adrenaline rush on the Bali swing, and swing high above the lush nature of Ubud. Transport to and from the swing is included and the trip takes 4-5 hours.

• East Bali (Day 10-12 / 13-14 or 16) •
Discover Bali's eastern side; visit the fishing village of Kusamba, which is characterised by its traditional salt production. Then experience the Goa Lawah bat cave and Tenganan Village, where you can experience the unique lifestyle, rituals and architecture you won't find anywhere else in Bali. The hours after lunch are dedicated to the temple of Puri Agung Karangasem and the incomparable Taman Tirtagangga water palace. The excursion lasts 9-10 hours and transportation, guide and lunch are included.

• North Bali (Day 10-12 / 13-14 or 16) •
Take a scenic drive to the Belimbing region, where you will experience local handicrafts, the beach and the sacred hot springs of Banjar. You then continue to a Buddhist monastery and take a short hike in the beautiful, mountainous area of ​​Munduk with a view of the two lakes above Buyan and Tamblingan. The excursion lasts 9-10 hours, transportation and guide are included.

• The best of Ubud, from a new perspective (Day 14 or 16) •
Discover the best of Ubud with visits to some of the region's top attractions - including art and design workshops, the monkey forest, temples, and the famous market. The tour lasts 8-9 hours and includes transportation, guide and lunch.

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Excluded
  • Tips for guides and drivers (it is recommended to give around £5 per trip)
  • Drinks over the included meals during your stay in Borneo
Payment

If you book this deal before 42 days of your departure, you can choose to pay in parts. The deposit will be 50% of the deal’s price plus the booking fee and travel and/or cancellation insurance (when applicable). You will find the payment amounts and deadlines to pay every installment at the last step of the booking process.

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Conditions

Your booking is a direct contract between you and Secret Escapes Ltd. for the provision of your package. Secret Escapes acts as a tour operator responsible, and is therefore liable for the proper execution of the agreement. The Secret Escapes Terms and Conditions (A) apply to this booking. The Secret Escapes Cancellation Terms and Conditions apply to this booking.

Secret Escapes Ltd. is a company registered in England & Wales under number 07026107, registered office 120 Holborn, London, EC1N 2TD, United Kingdom.

Price changes

Please note that the flights included in this offer are subject to live availability and price, and can change during your booking process. When this is the case, we will always notify during the booking process.

Occupancy

Maximum 3 people per room (3 adults or 2 adults and 1 child).

Single supplement

The single supplement is based on travel dates and duration of travel. You will see the final price in the booking process.

Children

This trip is not recommended for children under 5 years old.

Children’s discount

Children aged 6-10 receive discounts on accommodation. The children's discount depends on the departure date and the length of the trip: Please continue in the booking process to see the final price.

Pets

Pets are not permitted on this trip due to international plane travel.

Flight times

Please note that flights may be subject to change, delay or postponement by the provider and that flight times are provisional. Don't forget to check the actual flight times before departure on the website of the airline or the airport to avoid inconvenient surprises.

Travel documents

You will receive your travel documents 5 days prior to departure at the latest

Visa requirements

British citizens travelling to Indonesia for tourism can enter the country without a visa for up to 30 days For the most up-to-date information regarding travel visas we advise that you visit www.gov.uk. Alternatively, you can contact the local embassy of the country you are planning to visit.

Passport requirements

Your passport must be valid for six months upon arrival in Indonesia. For up-to-date information, visit the official gov.uk website or the relevant embassy.

Vaccination requirements

If you are travelling to Indonesia, you may need to be vaccinated against Hepatitis A, Tetanus and Typhoid. For the most up-to-date health advice, you should visit your local doctor/GP or visit www.gov.uk.

Baggage

Please note that only 20kg of luggage per person is allowed on domestic flights.

Currency

The national currency of Indonesia is the Indonesian rupiah (IDR).

Group travel

On this trip, the included and optional excursions can be shared with other travellers. Please note that the other travellers in the group are not necessarily English speakers. The transportation is private and not shared with other travellers.

Travel schedule

The specified itinerary is subject to change in the event of unforeseen circumstances.

Quality standards

Please note that the quality standards of hotels, facilities, transportation and roads may differ from Europe.

Airport transfer

At Jakarta Airport, your driver will be waiting for you with a sign with our logo. You will receive further information about the transport together with your travel documents