We really encourage people to get close to the country they are visiting and travelling to Indonesia is no different. Located in ‘off the beaten track’ Bali, you’ll find the home of a welcoming family with simple guestrooms overlooking the sprawling paddy fields. During this trip, you’ll be welcomed as part of the family, go trekking through the spectacular hills, visit local villages and experience genuine Balinese family life.
Our Accommodation in Indonesia
We believe that to really immerse yourself in another country you should stay in accommodation that truly reflects your surroundings. We therefore specialise in small-scale, authentic accommodation wherever possible, full of local charm. Whether it’s a jungle lodge in the Sumatran jungle or a stylish beach resort in Bali we always aim to choose somewhere with character.
Our Local Indonesia Project
In each country we sell we support a local project and give you the chance to make a small donation when you book with us. In Indonesia we’re proud to support the Villa Arjuna School Fund. This fund provides financial support to girls living in poverty, so that they can continue their studies.
Our Indonesia Travel Specialists
Our Indonesia Travel Specialists have travelled extensively across Indonesia; from the ancient temples of Java, along the gorgeous coast of Bali and all the way through remote Flores. They’ve sampled the huge variety of flavours in Indonesia, sunk their toes into the white sand of the Gili Islands and gone in search of the elusive Komodo dragon. They’re eager to share their love of Indonesia so that you can get the most out of your trip.
Our Local Partner in Indonesia
We work with a local partner in Indonesia who supports our Meaningful Travel ethos. Along with our Product Manager, they’re always on the look out for interesting and authentic experiences. We also only use local Indonesian guides and drivers during all our excursions, even on the more remote islands like Sumatra and Flores. Not only does this make for a more rewarding experience, but it also helps to put money into the pockets of the local people. You’ll also have a chance to learn a few local words from them; ideal for bartering at the markets!