Indonesia The Land of Volcanic Islands

Best Time to Visit

Between April - October

Recommended Stay

Between 04 Nights - 06 Nights

wishcover recommendations

  • Hike to the top of Tengger caldera
  • Explore the collections and dioramas of Indonesia’s history in the Monas (National Monument) in Jakarta
  • Surf the breaks off Bali’s southern coastline
  • Shop for traditional artifacts and crafts in Yogyakarta and Ubud
  • Witness the beauty of Indonesia’s oldest Buddhist site, Borobudur
  • Relax in one of Bali’s esteemed spas
  • See the most famous volcano in the world, Krakatoa
  • Discover rare wildlife in Kerinci Seblat National Park

Visa essentials

Effective from March 10, 2016, The Government of the Republic of Indonesia has waived Visa for India Citizen and foreign nationals of 168 countries and territories. This waiver is granted for 30 days, non-extendable and cannot be converted into another type of visa.

No visa is required for a stay of up to 30 days. Please keep in mind that even if you are staying less than 30 days, you must:
  • A passport that is valid for at least 6 months from the day you enter Indonesia.
  • A passport that has at least one complete blank page.
  • Proof of a return flight or onward flight out of Indonesia.

Overview

Indonesia is a whopping great sprawl of natural wonder, heaving cities and intrigue. Made up of some 17,500 islands, only 6,000 of which are inhabited, it is a country as wide as the Atlantic Ocean that spans three time zones. It is also the world’s only home of the Komodo dragon, the planet’s biggest lizard that prowls among the savannah of Indonesia’s wilderness islands. It is also home to a vast range of fauna and flora as well as countless linguistic and ethnic groups and incredible landscapes.
When most people picture Indonesia, their mind immediately goes to the famous island of Bali. While worthwhile to visit, the rest of the island nation has some of the most interesting and varied landscapes, cultures, and cuisines in all of Southeast Asia. From the jungles of Sumatra, to the underwater rainbow of Komodo and all of the islands in between, around, and besides them, one could easily travel this archipelago for years.
Indonesia is an outdoorsy person's dream. It's the land of beautiful beaches, volcano treks, world-class scuba diving and snorkeling, excellent waves for surfing, plus, it's home to one of the rarest creatures on earth - the Orangutan.

DESTINATION HIGHLIGHTS

  • Climb Mount Bromo, a rumbling volcano on Java, to catch the perfect sunrise from the summit. Ascend by foot or on horseback for stunning views of the surrounding landscape
  • Explore the temple complex of Borobudur in eastern Java – the ancient carved faces and stupas are over 1,000 years old and one of the most stunning sights on the island
  • Wax down your surfboard and take to the waves at one of Bali's great surf beaches, Kuta, Balangan or Padang
  • Spend some time in Ubud and discover the cultural heart of Bali set among the surrounding rice terraces
  • Spot long-tailed macaque monkeys as they swing amongst the leaves of the Sacred Monkey Forest
  • Experience Indonesian traditions in Lombok, with ancient Hindu temples sitting alongside mysterious jungles and forests
  • Sail to the pure white beaches of the Gili Islands, just off the coast of Lombok. These tiny car-free islands have such clear waters you can snorkel right off the beach in the gorgeous bays
  • Beware the Dragon! Catch a glimpse of the ferocious dragons on the eponymous island of Komodo
  • Visit the kaleidoscopic lakes of Kelimutu volcano on Flores Island. Three summit crater lakes periodically change colour from vibrant reds to a deep, electric blue
  • Wander amongst the temples of Bali; there are hundreds, from tiny shrines to ancient temples and statues

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