Tour of Orangutan, Komodo & Bali, Indonesia 10 Days
Departure Date
Land Cost
On request
US$
1599.00
Surcharge applies from Aug. 01-30
US$
1090.00
 

Discover Indonesia by visiting the historical, cultural and natural sites in just two weeks.


Arrive Jakarta, a bustling city and the capital of Indonesia. Visit the old museums and colorful old part of Jakarta.


Take a train to Jogja, visit Borobudur temple, one of the grandeur of Buddhist monument rivaling to Angkor Wat. Also visit interesting Mendut Temple with its charming 3-meter tall Buddha Statue.


Catch a flight to Lombok, where you will make a comprehensive tour of Banyumulek, a pottery village,  Sukarara, a traditional weaving village. Then continue to the traditional villages of Sengkol and Rambitan before proceeding to the coast and to Kuta Beach. 

 

Enjoy the natural beauty of Lombok before taking a boat to Southern part of Bali. Tour around Bali before leaving for Seminyak.

 
 
 

Day 01 Arrive Jakarta, transfer to hotel

Upon arrival in Jakarta, you will be met and transferred to hotel.

 

Rest of the day at leisure or relax.

 

Ovenright Jakarta.

Day 02 Tour Jakarta

MEAL: Breakfast

Jakarta city tour brings you to see at glance the old and new Jakarta. Old Jakarta is the beginning of present Jakarta Metropolitan city with population around 10 million people which is one of the biggest cities in Far East Asia after Tokyo, Shanghai, and Bangkok.

 

In the periods of time,  Jakarta's names had been kept changing. It was named Batavia by the Dutch, and renamed again Jayakarta by Moslem kingdom. After the independence of Indonesia, this again  renamed with Jakarta.

 

The tour includes  Sunda Kelapa Port and Fishing Portta, Museum Bahari and the Jakarta Museum, where the remnants and historical  facts of Jakarta are preserved. Both museums present old maps, antiques, Chinese porcelains, and under water prison.

 

The tour ends by visiting a flea market at Jalan Surabaya.

 

Overnight Jakarta.

Day 03 Train Jakarta - Jogjakarta

MEAL: Breakfast

Today you will exploring the Java island on the train from the western part to the southern part of central Java. After early breakfast, you will be transferred to the railway station and then depart to Jogja by train.

 

The trip will takes approx. 7 hours passing through Sundanese and Javanese villages, sugar cane plantations; rice fields; and also teak forest.

 

On arrival in Jogja, you will be met and transferred to hotel. 

 

Overnight Jogjakarta.

Day 04 Tour Jogja & Borobudur

MEAL: Breakfast

Breakfast at hotel. Today’s program features a visit to Borobudur temple, it is reputedly one of the grandeur of Buddhist monument rivaling to Angkor Wat. It has 10 levels to pronounce the sacred number of Buddhist rituals and moral stories beautifully sculptured on its walls and balustrades. Next, visiting the nearby yet equally interesting, Mendut Temple with its charming 3-meter tall Buddha Statue.

 

Return to the hotel and rest of day is at leisure.

 

Overnight Jogja.

Day 05 Half day city tour - Prambana Temple

MEAL: Breakfast

Breakfast at hotel. A morning tour by becak (three-wheeled bicycle taxi) reveals lovely Yogyakarta set in a broad, green crescent of fertile Riceland blanketing the southern reaches of Mount Merapi. The city is the artistic heart of Java where batik workshops, gamelan orchestras, ballet, and all night puppet shows prevail, in addition to some of the best handicraft shopping in Indonesia. Visit the ‘water palace’, once a splendid pleasure park of palaces, pools, underground passages and waterways for sultan of Yogyakarta. Today the artistic community has established itself in this inspiring and serene setting. Also explore the current Sultan’s Palace, the only remaining active Sultanate in Indonesia.

 

In the afternoon visit to Prambanan temple, one of the symbol of the past gloriousHindu Kingdom, including visit to Sewu and Plaosan temples.

 

Overnight Jogja.

Day 06 Fly Jogjakarta-Lombok

MEAL: Breakfast

Very early morning, you will be transferred to the airport to catch your flight to Lombok Island via Surabaya.

 

On arrival, meet your guide and then transfer to your hotel in Senggigi area.

 

Rest of day is free at leisure, you can enjoy the beach and also beautiful sunset.

 

Overnight Lombok.

Day 07 Full day Sasak & South Lombok tour

MEAL: Breakfast/Lunch

This is comprehensive tour beginning with a visit to the village of Banyumulek, a pottery village where they make pottery for everyday use – simple in design and primitive in style. Next is Sukarara, a traditional weaving village where the cloth is made for their everyday sarongs.

 

Then continue south to the traditional villages of Sengkol and Rambitan where you can see how the locals live in hyperbolic shaped, thatched huts, before proceeding to the coast and to Kuta Beach. Here you can enjoy the beach with time for lunch at a local restaurant.

 

If you like, you can climb the promontory for the spectacular views over bays and beaches. 

 

Return to hotel and overnight Lombok.

Day 08 Full day Small Village, Money Forest, Rice Terrace in Bayan District

MEAL: Breakfast/Lunch

Today you have a chance to see several local villages. Your guide will take you along the northern coast road on Lombok to visit several small villages and coming back through the Monkey Forest.  

Drive along a very narrow mountain road to visit beautiful rice terraces in the Bayan District.  Lunch at the Pondok Senaru Hotel and Restaurant where you can have a magnificent view of a mountain waterfall while eating open air with cooling breezes. 

 

Overnight Lombok.

Day 09 Lombok-speed boat to Bali Island - Ubud

MEAL: Breakfast

Transfer to the seaport and depart by fast boat to Bali Island. In good weather you will find a group of dolphin swimming around the boat.

 

On arrival, you will be met and then transfer to your hotel in Ubud site.

 

Overnight Ubud.

Day 10 Full day Kintamani Tour

MEAL: Breakfast

The tour begins with a stop at the village of Batubulan where you will attend a cultural performance of Barong and Keris Dance, which depicts the story of the eternal battle between the good and the evil.

 

Proceed to the artisan villages of Celuk, Mas and Ubud, known as the center of Balinese gold and silver jeweler industry, wood carvings and art paintings respectively. Drive up through rural villages and vast area of beautifully terraced rice fields in Tegal Lalang and drive by hundreds of village temples before a visit is made at the 17th century holy-spring Gunung Kawi temple at Sebatu. Enjoy a cool break at the mountain village of Kintamani with its cool breeze and breathtaking vista of the still-active Mount Batur and its crater-lake.

 

On your return, visit pure traditional village at Panglipuran.

 

Overnight Ubud.

Day 11 At leisure in Ubud

MEAL: Breakfast

Today is at leisure. 

 

Overnight Ubud.

Day 12 Ubud – Tanah Lot Temple – Seminyak

MEAL: Breakfast

Today you will be transferred to the southern part of Bali. En route visit to Taman Ayun is the royal temple of Mengwi kingdom.

 

Continue to Tanah Lot that famous for its sea temple. Afterward proceed to your hotel in Seminyak area. Rest of day is free at own leisure.

 

Overnigth Seminyak.

Day 13 At leisure

MEAL: Breakfast

Enjoy the natural beauty, take an easy walk around.  Today is at leisure.

Day 14 Semiyak-U.S. or an extension

MEAL: Breakfast

After brekafast, you will be transferred to airport for a flight back home,  or extend your trip to South East Asia.

 
VISA INFO

The Indonesian government requires a passport valid for at least six months from the date of arrival in Indonesia to enter the country.  U.S. citizens may apply for a visa upon arrival most of the  airports including Jakarta and  Bal Visas on arrival are available at a limited number of seaports, including the Batam and Bintan ferry terminals, but are not available at any land border crossing.

For more information on visa and fees, contact  the Indonesian  Embassy. Current Visa Fee $ 35.00 per preson (subject to change anytime)

The Embassy of the Republic of Indonesia:

2020 Massachusetts Avenue NW,

Washington, DC 20036,

Phone: (202) 775-5200 or  http://www.embassyofindonesia.org