Family adventures in Bali
Discover Bali beyond the bright lights of the famous beaches, it’s the ideal Indonesian island for family holidays. Kids will love cycling between rice terraces and visiting mystical temples tucked between the hills, and there’s plenty of activities to keep the whole clan busy, even a trip to Monkey Forest in the town of Ubud.
Indonesia’s beaches come in all colours, shapes and sizes, from stretches of black volcan-ic sand to hidden coves with crashing waves hidden between the cliffs of Bali. Wander barefoot along abandoned beaches, stretch out in tropical paradise on the Gili Islands, watch fisherman reel in their daily catch and grab a sunset cocktail on Lombok’s dreamy sands. Whatever you look for in a beach break, you’ll find the perfect sunny escape somewhere in Indonesia.
A really wild side
There’s a mind-boggling array of wildlife across Indonesia’s islands, from cheeky Sumatran orangutans to wild dolphins, ancient Komodo dragons and coral reefs crammed with multi-coloured marine life. Learn how to scrub down an elephant, set off on safari over Java’s secret savanna, take sunrise boat trips to see wild dolphins and snorkel through coral canyons surrounded by shoals of rainbow fish. If you’re an animal lover, you’re in for a treat.
Trek through magical landscapes
Volcanoes aside, Indonesia is home to a whole world of staggering scenery ideal for hiking, trekking or simply gently ambling through. From endless emerald rice paddies to sprawling coffee plantations, thick rainforest and a very generous helping of gorgeous beaches. You’ll find it very hard to put away your camera and simply take in your surroundings. You can trek through tropical jungles to hidden waterfalls, amble between tiered rice terraces, sleep in beautiful water palaces and laze on seriously dreamy beaches.
Lazy days and romantic nights
Indonesia makes for a honeymoon packed with mystical romance and filled with tropical twists. Camp under the stars on the edge of a volcanic crater, hike to hidden waterfalls in the forest, amble between emerald rice paddies and escape to tiny exotic islands. If you’re after a real honeymoon adventure, we recommend Indonesia.