A luxury holiday or honeymoon in Indonesia, a mind-blowing archipelago of more than 17,000 islands graced with majestic volcanoes and pristine beaches, delivers an intoxicating mix of cultures and extraordinary wildlife that’s hard to beat.

Bali and Lombok have some of the best beaches and surfing in the world, but there’s so much more we want you to experience including Bali’s vibrant gourmet-scene, Indonesia’s cultural heart of Ubud, and our hand-picked luxury wellness retreats which nestle amongst the rice terraces. As for Java, you’ll be blown away by the ancient Buddhist temple of Borobudur, and magnificent sunsets seen from the summit of Mount Bromo. Then, as you venture into the protected rainforests of Sumatra - and Kalimantan on Indonesian Borneo - you’ll come face to face with orangutans before continuing your unforgettable Indonesia island odyssey.

No two islands are the same in Indonesia, and as one of the most varied countries in South East Asia from religion to ethnicity, landscape to language, it holds infinite possibilities for a luxury holiday, honeymoon, or family adventure. Call an expert now on 020 7337 9010.

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Spotting komodo dragons. Catch a glimpse of the world’s largest lizards, which grow to an incredible 10 ft, on the island of Komodo in the Indonesian islands.


The elegant temple of Borobudur. Incredibly, this beautiful 9th century Mahayana Buddhist monument in Java houses over 500 Buddha statues.


Sunrise over Mount Bromo. For a perfect start to the day, watch the sun illuminate the iconic – and active - volcano in East Java.


Bali's cultural capital, Ubud. With traditional artists' workshops, ornate Hindu temples, rice fields and caves housing ancient statues, it’s worth dedicating several days of your Indonesian escape to Ubud. Cameras at the ready!


Kota beach. We think Kota Beach, in Lombok, is among the most beautiful anywhere.


The surreal funerals at Rantepao. Locals wearing traditional dress hang curious wooden statues from every inch of the nearby canyon and, in surreal bamboo houses, make offerings to the deceased - before tucking in to an enormous feast and drinking Tuak, a traditional alcoholic beverage made from fermented rice.


The Spice Islands. With white sand beaches, tropical rainforests and some fantastic snorkelling, the Spice Islands make for a wonderful escape from the hustle and bustle of daily life.



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