Indonesia Package Holidays
Package Holidays to Indonesia
Indonesia is a mythical island paradise offering beach holidays, impressive volcanoes and some of the most spectacular scenery. Packages include return flights from Johannesburg, return transfers between the airport and hotel, and accommodation on a bed and breakfast basis. Some packages include all meals, drinks, entertainment and resort activities such as kayaking, sailing, windsurfing, paddle boats and snorkelling.
Most popular areas in Indonesia
Indonesia is a popular destination for travellers and provides a wide range of activities to choose from.
Indonesia is renowned for snorkeling and diving and the Coral Sea gardens of Bunaken Island are not to be missed. The marine life and the breathtaking drop-off reef formation will be the highlight of any trip to Indonesia.
If wreck-diving is your thing, you won’t want to miss the USS Liberty wreck off Tulamben, torpedoed by the Japanese during World War II, it sits on a black sand shelf just off shore, and is one of Indonesia’s most beautiful artificial reefs, teeming sea life.
Almost all of the larger islands have active volcanoes and trekking to Mount Bromo, an active volcano situated southeast of Surabaya in East Java is one of the most popular destinations and activities.
Kawej Ijen sits inside the summit of Gunung Ijen at the far eastern tip of Java and the surrounding vistas of grass fields and soaring peaks are breathtaking and extremely popular with visitors.
The infamous Krakatau, that erupted in 1883, is located between the islands of Java and Sumatra and is still active yet draws hikers from all over the world.
Surfing is extremely popular in Indonesia with many of the islands offering superb waves for amateur and professionals, with Java being the most popular amongst those in the know and many films having recorded some of the splendour of the ocean surrounding the islands.
Shopping in Indonesia can be an overwhelming experience and most prices are open to negotiation. Indonesian treasures include batik
Info on Indonesia
Indonesia comprises 17,508 islands and research suggests that the Indoneisan archipelago was inhabited two million years ago with the discovery of the fossilized remains of “Java Man”. Indonesia’s seismic and volcanic activity is among the world’s highest with at least 150 active volcanoes. Indonesia has a tropical climate, with two distinct monsoonal wet and dry seasons. Humidity is generally high and temperatures vary little throughout the year making it a popular island holiday destination.
Official Indonesia Tourism website