Java, Yogyakarta & Bali 7 Days
Departure Date
Land Cost
On request
US$
1064.00
Surcharge applies during Xmas/New Year
US$
475.00
Internal Air
US$
220.00
 
java-yogyakarta-bali

Take an exciting trip to Java, Yogyakarta & Bali.

 

Begin your trip from Jakarta, a bustling city, the capital of Indonesia. Visit National Monuments, colorful old part of the city and famous antiques Market in Jalan Surabaya.

 

Fly to Jogjakarta and visit world famous Buddhist Temple "Borobudur" which is located 27 miles North West of Yogyakarta and other important places in Jogjakarta. Fly to Denpasar-Bali, tour around Celuk, Batuan, Mas and Ubud. Visit the magnificent combination of the still active Mt. Batur Batur volcano and Lake Batur. Enjoy a full day at leisure in Bali before you return home.

 
 
 

Day 01 Arrive Jakarta, transfer to hotel

MEAL: Breakfast

Upon arrival at Jakarta airport, you will be met and trasnferred to hotel.

 

Your guide will brief you about the tour that you are taking from the next day.

 

Overnight Jakarta.

Day 02 Tour Jakarta

MEAL: Breakfast

Breakfast at hotel. Morning visit the National Monument includes passing in front of Presidential Palace, Istiqlal Mosque and Cathedral Catholic Church. Then proceed to the old part of Sunda Kelapa passing "Kota" the part of the old city as well as China Town.

 

If the time permits you may stop at famous antiques Market in Jalan Surabaya. Continue to Taman Mini Indonesia Indah (Indonesia in Miniature) to observe the 160 Ha beautiful Indonesia part completed with orchid, Bird park, 27 Traditional Houses where handicrafts are exhibited (now there are 33 provinces, but still ONLY 27 traditional houses available)

 

Overnight Jakarta.

Day 03 Fly Jakarta - Jogjakarta, Tour of Borobudur

MEAL: Breakfast

Transfer to the Airport to depart for Jogjakarta. Meet and trasnfer to hotel and check in. 

 

Afternoon tour of the world famous Buddhist Temple "Borobudur" which is situated 27 miles North West of Yogyakarta. Stop will also be made at Pawon and Mendut Temples. Then visit to the 9th Century Prambanan Hindu Temple, Plaosan and Kalasan temples which are situated 9 miles from Yogyakarta.

 

Overnight Jogjakarta.

Day 04 Tour Yogyakarta, fly to Denpasar-Bali

MEAL: Breakfast

Morning city sight-seeing tour of Yogyakarta, visit Sonobudoyo Museum, the Sultan's palace, the water castle at Taman Sari, The Batik Home Industry and Kota Gede silver works center.

 

Transfer to the airport to depart for Denpasar - Bali. On arrival, meet and trasnfer to hotel, and check in.

 

Overnight Denpasar-Bali.

Day 05 Tour Ubud-Kintamani

MEAL: Breakfast

Breakfast at hotel. Visit art and handicraft villages of Celuk, Batuan, Mas and Ubud, for gold and silver work, hand weaving wood carving and paintings. Proceed to Goa Gajah (Elephant Cave) a Hindu Meditation Center dating back to the 11th Century, Tampak Siring to see the Holy Spring water Temple Tirta Empul, then to view magnificent combination of the still active Mt. Batur volcano and Lake Batur.

 

Return through Bangli to see 13th century Kehen Temple. 

 

Ovenright Denpasar -Bali.

Day 06 At leisure- Denpasar -Bali

MEAL: Breakfast

Breakfast at the hotel. Full day at leisure for your own activities.

Day 07 Denpasar Bali- U.S. or an extension

MEAL: Breakfast

Trasfner to airport and fly 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