Indonesia At A Glance

Discover this tropical wonderland through village visits, driving through acres of rice paddies and along glorious coastline. On Bali, the most popular (and, uniquely, Hindu) island for visitors, there is a host of activities to try, from surfing to mountain biking. The traditional tourist hub of Sanur is complemented by cultural Ubud and the south of the island is ripe for memorable stays. You can make a difference by installing a disabled-accessible bathroom in the home of a paraplegic person, or teach English to children eager to learn, renovate a day-care center, or help conserve sea turtles. Other islands we offer are more remote, and are leading examples of responsible luxury, such as on Moyo Island or Sumba Island. We strongly recommend taking a cruise to explore even less well known locations in this vast archipelago, for sublime diving, cultural encounters, and unique wildlife such as the Komodo Dragon.

Ways you can help

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Key Highlights in Indonesia

    • Be fulfilled by helping install a disabled-friendly bathroom for a paraplegic, or renovating a daycare center, teaching English, restoring a reef, or conserving sea turtles
    • Learn to surf on Bali’s perfect waves
    • Dive or snorkel in the world’s best reefs
    • Sail to untouched beaches
    • Encounter the Komodo dragon
    • Take a Balinese cooking class
    • Thrill to white-water rafting, hiking or mountain biking
    • Interact with the culture on a village visit
    • Indulge in a Balinese spa treatment

Sample Pricing

The price for a 10 day trip to Indonesia costs from $6,875 (£5,556, €6,519) per person, staying in 5* luxury accommodation. Flights are excluded, but we can arrange these for you.

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Useful Information

Flight Time from UK
16 hours
Flight Time from New York
22 hours
Flight Time from San Francisco
22 hours
Time Zone
GMT +7 hours
When to Visit
May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct

Eco-luxury Hotels

Bambu Indah - Ubud

Bambu Indah

Bambu Indah is a radically distinctive boutique hotel in Ubud, carefully curated by designers and long term residents of Bali, John and Cynthia Hardy.In 2005, eleven antique Javanese bridal homes were ...

Five Elements - Ubud

Five Elements

Five Elements is a healing center in Ubud founded upon Balinese traditions. Situated on the Ayung River, Five Elements offers Balinese Therapies and is an ideal place to relax and rejuvenate.Each suite...

Puri Dajuma Cottages & Spa - West Bali

Puri Dajuma Cottages & Spa

The 18 cottages at Puri Dajuma are located in verdant tropical gardens that overlook a beach. The cottages are well proportioned with a terrace, and a feature we love are the outdoor showers. There are als...

Nihi Sumba – Indonesia - Sumba island

Nihi Sumba – Indonesia

Nihi Sumba enables you to stay in one of the most stunning locations on the planet. Nihi was created from a vision to protect and preserve the unique Sumba culture and empower the local communities to supp...

Alila Ubud - Ubud

Alila Ubud

Enjoy a birds-eye view of the beautiful Ayung River valley, high in the splendid foothills neighboring a traditional hill village. There are gardens and courtyards to meander through, and 56 two-storey roo...

Misool Eco Resort - Raja Ampat

Misool Eco Resort

On Raja Ampat, this is an intimate tropical hideaway, built on a private island in an archipelago of uninhabited islands. It is 100 miles (165 km) away from the nearest port, blissfully secluded and largel...

Amanwana - Moyo Island

Amanwana

Amanwana (meaning peaceful forest) is the only property on Moyo Island, a nature and marine reserve 9 miles (15 kilometers) off the coast of Sumbawa, east of Bali. The island has vegetation ranging from sa...

Banyan Tree Bintan - Bintan

Banyan Tree Bintan

Nestled atop a secluded bay of Bintan, the villas offer superb views of the South China Sea in the comfort of luxurious surroundings. Raised with stilts and set on hillsides, each of the villas features tr...

Taman Ahimsa - Bukit Peninsula

Taman Ahimsa

Taman Ahimsa is the 7-room villa for you if you want to retreat from the world, awaken your soul, practice yoga and meditation, eat healthy food and experience therapeutic massages.Although the villa p...

Amanusa - Bukit Peninsula

Amanusa

The Indian Ocean is a sight for sore eyes from the southernmost tip of Bali’s south peninsula. Although the calming views and white sands are right on the doorstep of this glorious resort, you’re also ...

Alila Uluwatu - Bukit Peninsula

Alila Uluwatu

Limestone cliffs frame the dramatic ocean views of this Cliffside resort. The serene Uluwatu Temple completes a very Balinese scene, though the resort itself enjoys a cutting edge design that seems to flow...

Amankila - Candi Dasa

Amankila

The approach to Amankila builds a sense of anticipation as the long drive winds up, then down to the airy lobby. Surrounded by frangipani trees, the lobby affords exceptional ocean views. Mount Agung provi...

Alila Manggis - Candi Dasa

Alila Manggis

Manggis is one of the island’s lesser-known resorts, on the east coast nestled nicely between Mount Agung and the awe-inspiring coastline. The architecture here combines European and Balinese influences,...

Nikoi Island - Bintan

Nikoi Island

Just 50 miles east of Singapore is Nikoi Island, a 37-acre private isle off the coast of Bintan fringed by powdery white-sand beaches. Its 15 Indonesian-inspired bungalows are constructed from driftwood an...

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