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Packed with mystical romance and filled with tropical twists, your Indonesian honeymoon will make for a real adventure. Camp under the stars on the edge of a volcanic crater, see orangutans swinging through the branches, hike to hidden waterfalls in the forest, and escape to tiny exotic islands. It’s a wild and totally wonderful way to begin your happy-ever-after…
Every island in Indonesia carries its own unique spirit, each one drenched in mysticism and a touch of magic. On Java, wander between giant Buddha statues buried in the jungle at sunrise. Neighbouring Bali is packed with peace-loving atmosphere, where you can sleep in dream-like water palaces and stroll through the emerald rice paddies. For something really special, stay on Samosir, a Sumatran island marooned in the glassy waters of a volcanic crater lake.
Indonesia boasts a mind-boggling menu of beaches, from hidden bays to black volcanic sands. Escape to the gorgeous Gili Islands, free from both traffic and worries. Clear waters, white sands and swaying coconut palms bring you to a place of paradise. For the ultimate Robinson Crusoe sensation, head for Cubadak Island off the coast of Sumatra, with just one resort, tropical beaches and all kinds of monkey business taking place between the trees.
Indonesia has more than its fair share of natural beauty, from dense rainforest to endless rice terraces, fiery volcanoes and castaway beaches. Hike to hidden waterfalls, soak in natural hot springs or take a safari across the savannah of Java’s ‘little Africa’. There’s a breathtaking view around every bend, so get prepared to be knocked sideways.
Indonesia’s islands are crammed full of wildlife, from swinging orangutans to real life dragons. Sleep in the heart of the rainforest with those cheeky monkeys or snorkel through coral canyons packed with skittish rainbow fish. Did you know, you can even take a safari across Java’s hidden savanna in search of Javanese wild oxen? You do now. It’s a real walk on the wild side!