Spend two days in the cultural center of Java. See some of the most beautiful temples near the sultan city of Yogyakarta. The Hindu temple Prambanan is dedicated to the Trimurti known as Brahma, Vishnu and Shiva. The mighty Borobudur is one of the world's largest Buddhist monuments. Both temples were named a World Heritage Site by the UNESCO.
The famous Bromo is one of the most active volcanos of the Indonesian archipelago. The carter rises in the middle of another volcano, surrounded by the sea of sand. It is easy to cross the sand on foot or with one of the small ponies. Do not miss the chance to see the atmosperic sunrise at the crater.
Spend 3 days in Central Java and visit the most important sights near Yogyakarta. Start with the sultan’s palace Keraton and the ruins of the water palace Taman Sari. The highlights of this tour are the Hindu temple Prambanan and the Buddhist monument Borobudur.
The Indonesian islands are created by fire and water. They are part of the Pacific Ring of Fire. Visit the active volcanoes Mount Bromo and Kawah Ijen in East Java. See the beautiful sunrise at Mount Bromo and the mystic Blue Fire at Mount Ijen.
The Kura Kura Resort is located in the midst of Karimunjawa Archipelago north of Semarang. The Karimunjawa National Marine Park includes the main island and 26 smaller islands. The region is known for secluded islands and coral reefs. Karimunjawa can be reached by ferry from Jepara or private charter flight from Semarang. The resort includes several smaller cottages at the beach and 20 private villas in the middle of the island.
Ujung Kulon is a National Park on the far western peninsula of Java. It was also the first national park of Indonesia. You can find many different plants and animals onthe peninsula. Approximately 50-60 endangerd Javan rhinoceros live in remote regions of the park. You will start the trip in Jakarta and take a boat to the park. There will be time for animal watching and relaxing on the beaches of Peucang Island.
Travel from Central Java to Bali and visit the most important sights on the way. Combine the cultural center in Yogyakarta with the mighty volcanoes in East Java.
Yogyakarta is the best starting point for an exploration of Java island. Highlights are the hindu-buddhist temples Borobudur and Prambanan, the mysterious Dieng Plateau and the famous volcanoes Bromo and Ijen in East Java. You will start with a tour to the most important sights of Yogya. The city is the cultural center of Java, well-known for traditional batik fabrik, music, dance and the wayang kulit theatre. The trip also includes a train ride from Yogyakarta to reach the eastern part of the island. After sunrise at Mt. Bromo and a hike the crater of Kawah Ijen you will cross the Bali Strait to reach the Islands of the Gods.
Start your round trip in Jakarta, also known as the Queen of the Orient. You will visit the most important cultural and natural sights of the island. The Tangkuban Perahu volcano awaits you in West Java. Enjoy the beautiful landscape during your train ride to Yogyakarta, the heart of Javanese culture. The city is well known for the beautiful temples Borobudur and Prambanan, each were named a UNSECO World Heritage Site. The trip also includes the spectacular sunrise at Mount Bromo and a hike along the steep trails of Kawah Ijen to see the bright blue crater lake.
This 8 days round trip combines the most important sights of West and Central Java. Travel overland from Jakarta to Yogyakarta with stops in Bandung, Pangandaran and Dieng Plateau.
Java is the cultural center of the Indonesian Archipelago. Explore the island from West to East. Start with the capital and visit the major sights on the way to Surabaya. See the green hills and tea plantations at Puncak Pass, the churning waters of the Indian Ocean and the fuming Mount Bromo.
Take your time and travel from Jakarta to Bali in 12 days. Get to know the Indonesian Capital in West Java and travel on to see the great Buddhist and Hindu sanctuaries in Central Java. Climb the mighty volcanoes Bromo and Ijen in East Java before you cross the Bali Strait to reach the Islands of the Gods.
Surcharges may apply during high season (July - September) and peak season (December 20th - January 3rd).