View of tree lined and sandy coast of Cubadak Island beach, Sumatra in Indonesia

Castaway on Cubadak Island

If you’re looking for a secluded beach escape, Sumatra holds the answer. Cubadak is a tiny exotic island just a short boat trip away from the Sumatra coastline. Here, you can search the forest for pangolins and monkeys, swim in clear azure waters, indulge in a spot of sun-kissed island hopping and snorkel to rainbow coral reefs. It’s a peaceful nook of paradise and you’ll have the place practically to yourself.

Beautiful sunset on the beach

Bask on black volcanic sands in Java

There’s something irresistible about Java’s Pangandaran beach. A popular holiday hotspot amongst the locals, it’s a stretch of black volcanic beach with surfers and bobbing fishing boats scattered across the horizon. Packed with character, it’s a working beach and a sandy playground rolled into one. Join the kids kicking around a football on the beach, head for the nearby national park or grab a surfboard and take to the waves!

View across rugged cliffs and sandy beaches in Belangan Indonesia

Explore Bali's hidden bays

Bali is fringed by breathtaking beaches with crashing surf, sizzling seafood barbecues and a whole lot of tropical sunshine. Dive into traditional life at the fishing village of Lovina, cook up a feast on Candidasa’s coast or witness blazing Balinese sunsets over Jimbaran Bay. From the colourful coral at Menjangan Island to sun-kissed surfing hotspots on the southern Bukit Peninsula, there are all kinds of shores to explore. Have a peak at our Bali trips.


Laze around on Lombok

Lombok is blessed with stretches of sugar-soft white sand that seem to go on forever. Senggigi, one of its most beautiful beaches, is the perfect place to sip a cocktail at sunset gazing out over to Bali and the Gili Islands. Backed by gorgeous countryside and traditional villages, the beaches of Lombok are a great base to explore the island. Take relaxing strolls and melt into sun loungers against the sound of lapping waves.


Get stranded on the Gili Islands

The Gili Islands are just stone’s throw from Bali and in a little world of their own. Life is slower here, with strictly no cars and no worries allowed. These tiny drops in a turquoise ocean boast white sands and crystal clear waters.  If you’re after a real Robinson Crusoe experience, there’s nowhere better than the island of Gili Meno. Kick off your flip-flops, grab a snorkel mask and wade into the azure sea… you’ll soon be swimming with sea turtles, clown fish and a rainbow of coral.



Getting Around Indonesia
Jump on the train in Java, cruise between the islands of Nusa Tenggara, enjoy your own private car & driver in Sumatra, share a transfer with fellow travellers.
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Our top 5 beaches in Indonesia

11th February 2015 by Chloe

Warm sand in your toes, the sound of the waves crashing, the sun glistening... paradise! 'Twas a tough choice but we've listed our top beaches in Indonesia.

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