Detailed Itinerary

Day 1: Begin of Tour Medan/Kuala Namu (Sumatra) - Medan - Bukit Lawang/Bohorok

Orangutans in SumatraOrangutans in Sumatra

Day 2: Bukit Lawang/Bohorok - Medan - Berastagi (B)

Sumatra RainforestSumatra Rainforest

Day 3: Berastagi - Parapat - Samosir (B)

Lake TobaLake Toba

Day 4: Samosir (B)

Tomok, Samosir © Rima SuharkatTomok, Samosir

Day 5: Samosir - Padang Sidempuan (B)

Equator MonumentEquator Monument

Day 6: Padang Sidempuan - Bukittinggi (B)

Lake Maninjau, Sumatra © Ministry of Culture and Tourism, Republic of IndonesiaLake Maninjau, Sumatra

Day 7: Bukittinggi (B)

Ngarai Sianok near Bukittinggi © Ministry of Culture and Tourism, Republic of IndonesiaNgarai Sianok near Bukittinggi

Day 8: Bukittinggi - Padang (B)

Lembah Anai Waterfall © Ministry of Culture and Tourism, Republic of IndonesiaLembah Anai Waterfall

Day 9: Padang - Yogyakarta (B)

Streets of Yogyakarta © Christian AbelsStreets of Yogyakarta

Day 10: Yogyakarta (B)

Keraton YogyakartaKeraton Yogyakarta

Day 11: Yogyakarta (B)

Prambanan, JavaPrambanan, Java

Day 12: Yogyakarta - Solo (B)

Batik in Solo © Tourism IndonesiaBatik in Solo

Day 13: Solo - Bromo (B)

Mount Bromo, East Java © Rima SuharkatMount Bromo, East Java

Day 14: Bromo - Surabaya (B)

Rickshaws in JavaRickshaws in Java

Day 15: Surabaya - Makassar - Rantepao (B)

Sulaweis Highland © Christopher MisslingSulaweis Highland

Day 16: Rantepao (B)

Tau Tau in Tana Toraja © Christopher MisslingTau Tau in Tana Toraja

Day 17: Rantepao (B)

Tongkonan House, Tana Toraja  © Christopher MisslingTongkonan House, Tana Toraja

Day 18: Rantepao - Makassar - Sanur (B)

Sanur Beach © Rima SuharkatSanur Beach

Day 19: Sanur (B)

Rice PaddyRice Paddy

Day 20: Sanur (B)

Tanah LotTanah Lot

Day 21: Sanur - End of Tour Denpasar (Bali) (B)

Hotels, Rates & Information

Hotels for this Tour
(Changing the hotels according to your wishes is no problem!)
LocationComfort Hotels
Bukit Lawang/BohorokBukit Lawang Eco Lodge
BerastagiGrand Mutiara

SamosirTabo Cottage

Batak Villa
Padang SidempuanMega Permata Hotel

BukittinggiGrand Rocky Hotel

PadangPangeran Beach Hotel

YogyakartaThe Phoenix Hotel

Superior Heritage
SoloIbis Solo

BromoJiwa Jawa Resort

Deluxe B
SurabayaNovotel Surabaya

RantepaoToraja Misiliana Hotel


Options Comfort
Rate per person On request
Based on individual private tour, min. 2 travellers in double/twin room
Changing or adapting this tour to match your personal needs, interests and wishes is, as always, possible. Please contact us! Group rates (closed groups only, min. 4 Pax) on request.
Single Supplement On Request
Single Traveller On Request

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Information, Services, Remarks

Medan/Kuala Namu (Sumatra) / Denpasar (Bali)

Hotel/Airport Transfers:

Transfers are inclusive from and to above mentioned airports and hotels of the immediate area.

Services (included):

Private tour
English speaking guide
Air-conditioned car
Accomodation: DBL room hotels (or similar)
Transfers and entrance fees as per itinerary
Domestic flights: Padang - Yogyakarta, Surabaya - Makassar, Makassar - Denpasar
Meal Plan as stated:
20x Breakfast

Not included

Own expenses
Additional services (marked 'optional' above)
Programme not mentioned above
Season Surcharges

Important Remarks:

Min. 2 Persons. Single traveller rates on request.

Please pay attention to the Travel Information provided.
When travelling islamic countries there can be interference during the month of Ramadan, other high holidays and fridays.
Volcanism: The Sunda Islands and the Sunda Archipelago are of volcanic orgin and show high volcanic activity. Accrodingly it may be possible that tours, routings and activities (especially those involving or near volcanoes) need to be altered in case of high activity or order by the government.
This tour is not soutable for people with reduced mobility. If you are unsure if you meet the requirements please contact us! We will try to find a solution for your individual needs.
During the dry season severe haze caused by wood fires in Borneo and Sumatra can possibly affect this region. Please keep yourself updated using the ASEAN Regional Haze Situation Center.