With over 17,000 islands and diverse
ecosystems, Indonesia supports a level of
biodiversity second only to Brazil. On this
private itinerary, go in search of orang
utans and Komodo dragons, and lesser
known species of deer and monkeys, as
well as some of the country’s 1,500 birds.
Indonesia’s seas also harbour an array
of marine life, with tropical fish, sponges,
coral and dolphins to see while cruising
and snorkelling in the Ujung Kulon and
Komodo national parks.
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Transfer to Ramada Resort Camakila Bali for 1
Fly to the town of Labuan Bajo on Flores island then transfer to the Plataran Phinisi Felicia to begin a 2-night shared cruise. The Plataran Phinisi Felicia is built in the style of a Buginese schooner, with six air-conditioned en suite cabins, indoor dining and lounge area with bar and two large, partially shaded sun decks with sunbeds and sofas. Spend the following days visiting small islands and coves for snorkelling and swimming, including a hike on Komodo island to see the Komodo dragons. (B, L, D)
Spend your final morning of the cruise snorkelling near Kanawa island. In the early afternoon, disembark in Labuan Bajo and transfer to the airport. Fly to Yogyakarta via Bali. Stay 1 night at the Phoenix Hotel. (B)
This morning, visit Borobudur, a ninth-century Mahayana Buddhist monument, then travel north into the Javanese highlands to stay 1 night at the former coffee plantation of Mesa Stila. (B)
Early morning drive to Semarang airport on the north coast of Java, then take a flight to Pangkalan Bun in Kalimantan, part of Indonesian Borneo. Transfer to Kumai and take a river boat journey to the Tanjung Puting National Park. Late afternoon tour to see proboscis monkeys and macaques. Stay 2 nights at the Rimba Ecolodge. (B, L, D)
Explore the surrounding jungle via klotok (wooden boats) to a number of orang utan feeding stations including one at Camp Leakey, established in 1971 by Professor Birute Galdikas, a student of Professor Louis Leakey after which the camp is named. On walks through the rainforest other wildlife can also be seen, including gibbons, butterflies and many species of birds. At night, tarsiers, glowing mushrooms, fireflies and owls may also be seen or heard. (B, L, D)
Morning boat journey to Kumai, then drive to Pangkalan Bun airport. Fly to Semarang and then on to Jakarta, and stay 1 night at the FM7 Resort. (B)
Drive to the west coast of Java and stay 2 nights at the Aston Anyer Beach Hotel. (B)
Full-day boat tour to the Krakatoa islands, including a hike on Anak Krakatau island ('Child of Krakatoa') followed by snorkelling and a picnic on the beach. (B, L, D)
Full-day tour to the Ujung Kulon National Park, with a canoe journey on the Cigenter river for wildlife viewing. Overnight at the Peucang Island Eco Resort. (B, L, D)
Morning wildlife viewing tour on Peucang island, with the chance to see deer, monkeys and many species of birds. Transfer by boat to the mainland and then drive north to Jakarta. Stay for 1 night at the FM7 Resort. (B, L)
Transfer to the airport and fly back to the UK. (B)
As per itinerary – B: Breakfast,
L: Lunch, D: Dinner, N: No meals.
This tour is led in each
destination en route by a local tour guide.
This tour is better suited to
the hardier traveller as it includes some quite
basic lodge accommodation, rough road and
sea journeys, and a lot of jungle walking.
Indonesia has an excellent choice of
beach hotels in Bali and Lombok. Please speak to
one of our Far East experts for further details.
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The FM7 Resort is a 4-star hotel located just 2km from Jakarta International airport. The 132 rooms are spacious and modern, and equipped with modern amenities including a flatscreen television, tea / coffee making facilities, minibar and air conditioning. Hotel facilities include a steam room and sauna, swimming pool, sports bar, fitness centre and salon. A complimentary airport shuttle service is also...
Peucang Island Eco Resort is located on Peucang Island in the Pandeglang district, part of the Ujung Kulon National Park. The island encompasses 450 hectares of jungle, fringed by white sand beaches. Numerous trails extend from the resort into the jungle, offering bird and wildlife viewing opportunities. Accommodation at the resort is basic but comfortable. The Flora rooms are en suite, with a private terrace, living area and...
Plataran Komodo Beach Resort is located on the secluded private Waecicu beach, just a 10-minute boat ride to the main town of Labuan Bajo. Villas are set in tropical gardens overlooking the Flores Sea and the islands of the Komodo archipelago. Complimentary afternoon tea and coffee is available daily in the restaurant and private beach dinners are also available at an extra cost. A short walk from the resort is the hotel's partner restaurant, the Atlantic on the Rocks, which is the perfect place to dine while taking in the views of Plataran's Phinisi ships and visiting private yachts anchored in the marina.
Features: 12 villas, restaurant, outdoor swimming pool, spa, sun terrace, Wi-Fi, water activities centre.
Room amenities: Veranda, mosquito net, minibar, safe, fridge, coffee & tea facilities,...
Rimba Ecolodge is located the province of Central Kalimantan, Indonesian Borneo. Reached by boat from the port of Kumai, the Lodge provides a base from which to explore the surrounding rainforest and Tanjung Puting National Park.
The reception area, office, restaurant and rooms are connected by series of covered boardwalks, set on the edge of the gently flowing Sekonyer river. Accommodation is in 32 basic but clean and comfortable rooms. The Diamond, Emerald and Amethyst rooms have air-conditioning, ceiling fan, western shower with hot water, toilet and mosquito nets. Meals are available in the lodge restaurants, and drinks in the lounge (no alcohol permitted).
From the lodge excursions are made by klotok (wooden boats) to a number of orang utan feeding stations in the Tanjung Puting National Park. The most famous of these, Camp Leakey, was established in 1971 by Professor Birute...
The Camakila Legian Bali is set in an ideal location on Legian beach, only 20 minutes' drive from Bali's Ngurah Rai international airport, with bustling Kuta beach and the shops and restaurants of Seminyak nearby. The surrounding area has many facilities, but the hotel offers its own stylish international dining options, including a rooftop bar overlooking the Indian ocean.
Features: 117 rooms & suites, 2 restaurants, rooftop bar, spa, swimming pool, fitness room.
Room amenities: Private balcony with a garden or lagoon pool view, air conditioning, safe, high-speed internet access, tea & coffee facilities,...
Regional air connections are available from within the UK. Please contact your travel consultant for current prices from your nearest city.
We can also arrange flights from overseas, simply give us a call to find out more.
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IWT2017: 12 Nights
Indonesia's capital, Jakarta, is situated on the north-western coast of the...
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North of Legian in Bali and close to Denpasar, Seminyak is an upmarket beach...
Declared a game reserve in 1935, Tanjung Puting was reclassified as a national park in...