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Indonesia & Bali


In Indonesia and Bali you'll experience dramatic landscapes, vibrant towns, tranquil temples, beautiful beaches...and the  much beloved Bintang beer! So what do you need to organise? Whether it's hotels and accommodation, tours or cheap flights, we've got your next travel adventure covered!
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Bali Holiday Packages

Flights + 7 Nights
- 7 nights at Legian Village Hotel 
- Return flights to Bali 
From $1099 | Twin Share
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Flights + 7 nights
- 7 nights at The Jaykarta Resort & Spa 
- Return flights to Bali 
From $1299 | Twin Share
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Getting There

With direct flights available from the UK to Jakarta, and numerous airlines connecting to Bali, travelling to the area is easy. What's more, with many international flight paths using these airports, Indonesia and Bali are the perfect addition to a Round the World or multi-stop trip too! Start searching for flights now or get in touch with our Travel Experts for more information.
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Island Dreaming in Indonesia

The phrase ‘tropical paradise’ gets used a lot when you think of destinations filled with castaway beaches, spellbinding landscapes, year round sunshine and exotic wildlife. In our opinion, it’s the Indonesian way of living that truly makes this area special, where spirituality and being part of a community play an important role in everyday life. And with over 900 inhabited islands in the Indonesian archipelago there are endless places to visit, with many varying cultures and incredibly diverse natural wonders. Here are just a few of our top picks for the area!

The Island of Sumatra

Far less frequented than other parts of Indonesia, Sumatra is oozing with authentic culture and spellbinding landscapes. Think natural parks inhabited by orang-utans, hot springs, volcanos, rural jungle communities and traditional villages. If the intrepid adventurer in you is bursting to get out then this is where you need to be.
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The Island of Java

From the bustling capital Jakarta to iconic Mount Bromo; the awe-inspiring temples of Borobudur to Javanese coffee plantations, Java is a true cradle of Indonesian culture. Old meets new, and a growing economy fuses with fascinating traditions such as Gamelan music and Wayang puppet theatre, intriguing travellers no end. And in case you were wondering, the local food just doesn't get any better!
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The Island of Bali and Beyond


If you're backpacking through Indonesia or simply on holiday in Bali, then Kuta beach is the go to place for all things surf and party. You'll find plenty of beachside surf shops and cafes in the daytime, but also an electric nighlife atmosphere like no other filled with rooftop bars and clubs. It's no wonder it attracts thousands of visitors each year!
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Pura Tanah Lot

Pura Tanah lot is one of Bali’s most visited temples. It sits perched on a rock by the shore which makes for a perfect sunset photo and let’s face it – how many times in your life will you be able to say you’ve visited a magnificent sea temple? Best of all it’s pretty easy to get to from anywhere in Bali.
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Shooting to fame after novel and film Eat Pray Love, Ubud is worthy of the hype. Home to boutique hotels, beautiful temples, picture perfect rice paddies and exotic wildlife, its peaceful, natural atmosphere is ideal for a getaway. Visitors always enjoy the local cookery classes and traditional Balinese spas, as well as the Sacred Monkey Forest Sanctuary, home to over 600 Balinese macaque monkeys.
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Komodo National Park

Komodo National Park is located between the islands of Sumbawa and Flores, and includes the three islands of Rinca, Komodo and Padar plus a few smaller ones. These islands are well worth a visit for those wanting to experience the true natural wonders of the area – volcanoes, lakes and the iconic Komodo dragons who live on the islands.
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Lombok and the Gili Islands

Far quieter than neighbour Bali, Lombok and the Gili Islands are a true paradise. With pristine, white beaches, vividly turquoise waters and some of the best diving and surfing around, this is the real deal in terms of kicking back away from it all. And there's more! With Indonesia's second highest volcano at the heart of Lombok along with a jungle interior, you can get your hike on too! Perfect!
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