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10 Holiday(s) found in Indonesia | Price Range: Rs. 37,575 to Rs.70,750

Indonesia Tour Packages

Indonesia is a beautiful country that fascinates many tourists around the world. Besides being famous as the largest archipelago in the world, the country is also renowned for the stunning islands and abundance of natural treasures in the form of flora and fauna. The land is also famous for its active volcanoes, many of which lie under the sea. Exploring the landmarks, admiring the coral reefs, enjoying at the beaches and much more await tourists opting for Indonesia tour packages. A holiday here acquaints tourists with the historical and cultural landmarks, besides giving insight into exotic flora and fauna. Indonesia tour packages include visit to country's popular cities including Jakarta, which is the capital city of Indonesia and largest in the country. Bali is another famous destination for travellers coming to the country. Bandung is famous as a university town situated amidst cooler highlands of Java. Other popular cities include Jayapura, Yogyakarta, Makassar, Semarang, Medan, Banjarmasin and Manado. Besides, Sumatra, Java, Kalimantan, Bali, Sulawesi, Maluku, Papua and Nusa Tenggara are other major destinations that find place in the itinerary of tour packages for Indonesia. Indonesia has many attractions to keep visitors engaged, including a host of exciting activities. Raja Ampat and Bunaken are two very famous scuba diving spots, while Baliem Valley is a great trekking destination where visitors can explore the lands of Dani, Lani and Yali. In addition, the Bromo-Tengger-Semeru National Park is popular as the sunrise point, while the Kerinci Seblat National Park gives tourists the opportunity to explore the lush green forests of Sumatra. Home of Komodo dragon, the Komodo National Park, is visited throughout the year by a large number of travellers and wildlife enthusiasts. Indonesia holiday packages include a trip to the famous Lake Toba, which is the largest volcano lake in the world. Apart from the wonders of natural sites, rich wildlife and activities, tours in Indonesia provide tourists a chance to visit many heritage sites. Bali is known for housing many beautiful Hindu temples, whereas Sangiran Early Man Site in Central Java has archaeological importance. The Prambanan Temple Compounds of Yogyakarta are must-see for travellers coming to this amazing country. The Tropical Rainforest Heritage of Sumatra that brims with mystery and boasts of an interesting history is a place that must not be missed. Thus, the cultural richness of the country complements its geographical diversity and appeases everyone. With such varied options, ranging from natural sights to cultural landmarks to exciting activities, Indonesia is increasingly becoming a popular choice of tourists that prefer diversity.

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Bali Classic Special

4 Nights Bali (4)


Bali Classic Special

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Bali Honeymooner Special

4 Nights Bali (4)


Bali Honeymooner Special

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Bali Adventure Special

4 Nights Bali (4)


Bali Adventure Special

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Fun In Bali

4 Nights Bali (4)


Fun In Bali

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Bali Shopping Special

4 Nights Bali (4)


Bali Shopping Special

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Ubud South Bali Special

4 Nights Ubud (2)  →  Bali (2)


Ubud South Bali Special

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BALI AND GILLI TRAWANGAN SPECIAL

5 Nights Bali (2)  →  Gilli (2)  →  Bali (1)


BALI AND GILLI TRAWANGAN SPECIAL

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Indonesia Guide

  • Shopping in Indonesia

    Jakarta, the largest city of Indonesia, offers a plethora of shopping options for locals and tourists. Some of the best malls, complexes and fashion boutiques are located in this city where all type of shopping can be done. Downtown Jakarta has plenty of shops selling hand-made crafts, artwork and souvenirs. The market of Cikini and Mayestik are also worth a visit. The streets of Bali are filled with local shops and souvenir stores. Everything from stone carvings to exquisitely-carved masks are available in the coastal regions. Old town of Ubud is the best place to purchase traditional souvenirs, artwork and other items.

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  • Food Cuisines in Indonesia

    Each region in Indonesia has its own speciality, which must be savoured while on a visit to this destination. From street stalls to five star restaurants, tourists get a lot of options to choose from. One of the most famous delicacies in Indonesia is fried rice, locally known as nasi goreng. Consumption of alcohol is allowed in almost all the regions, except some.

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  • Must do & Must Experience in Indonesia

    Indonesia, with immense natural beauty, colonial splendours and national monuments, is a dream destination for many. Tourists can start their vacation in the country with a visit to the most remarkable historic site of Borobudur. Situated in central Java, this site houses the largest Buddhist structure on planet and is one of the UNESCO World Heritage Sites. Sangiran is a famous archaeological site that houses southeast Asia's oldest remains. Jakarta’s Monas monument is located in the centre of Freedom Square and is about 150 feet tall. Indonesian National Museum has a huge collection of antiquities belonging to the prehistoric times. Kerinci Seblat National Park with pristine highlands and forests is a must-visit place for eco-lovers. Komodo National Park has rich fauna and serves as a home for a large population of Komodo dragons. This park was established in the year 1980 and was later, declared an important biosphere site by UNESCO. Ujung Kulon National Park is widely famous for preserving Krakatoa and other volcanoes in the west Java region. Bromo Tengger Semeru National Park is home to five volcanoes and is flocked by thousands of tourists across the year.

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  • Calendar of Events in Indonesia

    Indonesia is a beautiful country that celebrates a large number of festivals throughout the year. One of the most awaited festivals in the country is the Lombon Festival, which is celebrated by fishermen to thank the sea. Java Jazz Festival is held in the month of March for three days. It provides a platform to a large number of local and international artists to showcase their talent. Kasada Festival is celebrated to pay tribute to the ancestors and seek their blessings. Manado Beach Festival is a lively and vibrant festival organised in the month of July. Highlights of this festival are music, dance, cultural performances and sports competitions. Bali Arts Festival attracts thousands of culture and art enthusiasts throughout the year. Baliem Valley hosts the famous Lembah Baliem Festival, where local tribes showcase their past with mock wars.

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  • Weather in Indonesia

    The climate in Indonesia is different from other places as it is situated on both sides of the equator. Dry and wet climate is experienced by the country throughout the year. The wet season in Indonesia extends from the month of November to March when the average temperature lies between 29 and 32 degree Celsius. Even in the dry season, Indonesia experiences hot weather and high humidity. This destination can be visited at any time of the year as the weather remains almost same throughout the year.

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  • History of Indonesia

    Indonesia, with thousands of secluded islands, is among the must visit destinations of Asia. This country remained uninfluenced by the European presence till AD 1500. The British and the Dutch started colonisation in some parts of this country, mainly Java, Sumatra and present Malaysian peninsula. By 1619, the Dutch forces controlled most parts of Indonesia, though some areas of Sumatra were occupied by the British. During colonisation, there were many uprisings but were forcefully controlled by the Dutch. In the early 1900s, the Dutch and the British forces ruling this region were thrown out by the powerful Japanese army with the support of locals. However, in a turn of events, Japan had to surrender in the year 1945. The power came back to the Dutch, who did not return to the region as Netherlands was ravaged during the war. This opened the way for Indonesian independence. Post-independence, Indonesia had to face a lot of conflicts one after another. After fighting for four long years, Indonesia defeated the Dutch forces and gained independence in the year 1949. Till 1965, this region was ruled by President Sukarno until a military, under the leadership of Suharto, replaced the government. In the year 1997, the reformist movement changed the government and a democratic government was started in 2004.

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