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With over 17,000 islands and diverse ecosystems, Indonesia supports a level of biodiversity second only to Brazil. Go in search of orang utans and Komodo dragons, 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: see tropical fish, sponges and coral while cruising and snorkelling in the Ujung Kulon and Komodo national parks.
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Arrive and transfer to The Camakila Legian Bali
for 1 night. (N)
Fly to 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 spacious 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
and stay 1 night at the Phoenix Hotel. (B)
This morning, visit Borobudur, a ninth-century
Mahayana Buddhist temple, then travel north
into the Javanese highlands to stay 1 night at
MesaStila, a former coffee plantation. (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. Stay 2 nights at the Rimba
Ecolodge. (B, L, D)
Explore the jungles surrounding the lodge
looking for orang utans and other wildlife, and
visit the Camp Leakey research station. (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 3 nights
at the Aston Anyer Beach Hotel. The hotel is set within the small coastal settlement of Anyer Kidul. Once a large trading port during the Dutch colonial era, it was devastated by huge waves created by the eruption of Mount Krakatoa, which left only the lighthouse standing. (B)
Full-day boat tour to the Krakatoa islands, a group of volcanic islands in the Sunda Straits west of Java, encompassing the remains of a much larger volcanic peak that famously erupted in 1883. Take 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 up the Cigenter river
for wildlife viewing. Look out for Javan rusa deer, long-tailed macaques, monitor lizards and many bird species. (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 best suited to the hardier traveller as it includes some basic accommodation and some rougher road journeys.
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