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Indonesia Vacation Packages & Tours at -45%

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Sacred Bali & Tropical Harmony

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Immerse yourself in the unique island culture of Bali, where ancient Hindu traditions meld with stunning scenery and a cosmopolitan creative community to create a true bucket-list destination.

Live your dream trip then do it again!

Our recommendation to visit Indonesia and neighboring countries

Vacations to Indonesia

Extraordinary Vacation Packages & Tours to Indonesia

Join our well-planned Indonesia tours to explore a phenomenal archipelago featuring more than 17,500 habitable and uninhabitable islands. This Southeast Asian gem boasts ancient traditions, exotic wildlife, delicious food, jungles, beaches, temples, and other attractions.

Fondly called the Emerald of the Equator, Indonesia provides an array of unforgettable escapades, like snorkeling, hiking, and island hopping. It’s a haven for surfers, scuba divers, mountain climbers, and other daredevil adventurers.

At Exoticca, we provide you with an astounding experience of Indonesia through our all-inclusive offers. Our experts provide the tools to enjoy a memorable trip to this country. Almost all our packages include flights, hotels, tours, and transfers.

Trips to Indonesia from Canada

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Indonesia is an amazing country with several natural and manmade attractions. It has an estimated population of more than 240 million and is the 4th most populous nation on the planet.

Millions of people make adventurous trips to Indonesia every year as it’s one of the topmost holiday destinations in the world. From Bali to Gili Trawangan, Ubud, Jakarta, and Lombok, there are numerous breathtaking places to visit in the country.

Indonesia is blessed with many friendly locals who are always ready to lend a helping hand to visitors. Discover this astonishing country and immerse yourself in its unique culture.

Embark on an exciting Indonesia journey from Canada, departing from Montreal, Toronto, or Victoria. Fly to Jakarta to start your adventures.

 

Top points of interest in Indonesia

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Exoticca’s vacation packages to Indonesia take you to some of the most interesting destinations in the world. Visit the following points of interest:

Bali

Bali is a world-famous paradise and tropical getaway for those seeking unparalleled adventures. This fascinating island is popular for its unsurpassed nightlife, Indonesian culture, limestone cliffs, nature parks, and monumental temples.

Take a short trip to West Bali National Park for exceptional Indonesia wildlife tours. As you move around the destination, see ebony leaf monkeys, sambar deer, foxes, and squirrels foraging in their habitat. Watch starlings, hornbills, and other exotic birds singing and flying in the sky.

Go to one of the island’s beaches to soak in the water or just bask in the sunlight. Don’t forget to visit Sekumpul Waterfall, Banyu Wana Amertha Waterfall, and Tukad Cepung Waterfall.

If you’re a foodie, a solo trip to Canggu lets you savor the best Indonesian delicacies. While enjoying the culinary delight, interact with the locals and learn more about your host country.

Ubud

Our adventure tours in Indonesia take you to Ubud, a small Balinese town. It’s a cultural hub known for its spectacular art galleries and workshops. This site is the home of Ubud Art Market, Blanco Renaissance Museum, and Ubud Monkey Forest.

Discover the majestic Ubud Royal Palace and watch various traditional dances by highly skilled Indonesian performers. Walk around the site’s tranquil garden as you appreciate the edifice’s magnificent Balinese architecture.

Goa Gajah (Elephant Cave) is another fantastic destination in Ubud. Check out the archaeological site’s courtyard and explore its numerous artifacts. Discover spectacular rock-wall carvings or spend some alone time at the meditational center.

Lombok

Looking for an unspoiled island with less crowded streets, tasty meals, aesthetically pleasing mosques, fewer parties, and courteous people? Add Lombok to your list. Our Indonesia tours take you to this destination that combines Buddhist, Muslim, and Hindu cultures.

Ride a bike through lush rice paddies as you savor the efforts of many dedicated locals. If you’re a fitness junkie, don’t miss out on hiking various trails around Lake of Segara Anak and Mount Rinjani.

Are you a daredevil surfer? Surf the dangerous and big waves at Bangko and desert points. Visit Pink Beach, Semeti Beach, and Seger Beach for a more relaxing and enjoyable time.

Gili Trawangan

Found on the northwest shore of Lombok, Gili Trawangan is a lovely laid-back island with several activities for fun lovers. It’s the perfect destination for relishing a tropical island experience during your Indonesia tours from the US.

Immerse yourself in scuba diving, the most popular tourist activity in the town. Even if you don’t know how to dive, join any of the city’s learning centers to hone your skills.

Climb the 100-meter-tall Gili Trawangan Hilltop Viewpoint to see neighboring settlements, like Bali and Lombok. If you’re looking for a way to give back to your host community, join others to clean up the island’s beaches.

Unwind by stopping at the western or northwestern side of the island to see the Gili Trawangan sunset. Eat Indonesian meals at the famous Trawangan night market before calling it a day.

Indonesia: Off the beaten track

Although Exoticca offers guided tours, we make it easy for you to discover the country yourself. Spend some of your leisure time exploring Indonesia on your own.

Start your Indonesia off the beaten track by hopping on Gili Air and Gili Meno, the smaller islands near Trawangan. Get lost in diving, snorkeling, and surfing during the day, and immerse yourself in the isles’ nightlife at dusk.

Take a trip to Java, the most populous island on the planet. Visit Mount Bromo in East Java to watch an active volcanic eruption.

While you’re still in Java, take your adventure tours of Indonesia to Ijen in East Java. It’s a small town containing a group of volcanoes and an abundance of sulfur attracting numerous miners.

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Ready to discover one of the most exciting countries on the planet? Exoticca gives you extraordinary value for your money.

All included: Flights, hotels, tours & transfers

Exoticca is committed to giving you an exceptional experience in this Southeast Asian country. Our trips to Indonesia are all-inclusive, covering flights, hotels, tours, and transfers. Some packages also include meals.

Our services ensure you don’t have to worry about planning your itinerary as we cater to the most vital things. Just pack your luggage and come to revel in an impressive encounter in Indonesia.

Indonesia partially or fully guided tours

At Exoticca, we provide partially or fully guided Indonesian tours and help you visit different places. Our local guides know every part of the country and dedicate their time to supporting you throughout your journey.

As our professional guides lead you through the points of interest, they educate you more about each site. Want to explore this Asian nation unguided? Use your free time to tour any area of your choice.

You also have the option to enjoy private tours. Just allow our expert agents to help you in making the arrangements. The Exoticca digital itinerary also provides 24/7 assistance throughout your trip. All you need is a compatible device and stable internet connection.

Crafted by our own travel experts

Our team comprises versed travel crafters with an astounding knowledge of planning the best Indonesia tours. They choose the most exciting tourist attractions to visit and expose you to the culture, food, and art of the nation’s amazing people.

At Exoticca, we combine our vast wealth of experience with state-of-the-art technologies to curate the best itinerary for you. Since we value the well-being of the locals and tourists, we adhere to every environmental guideline.

Frequently Asked Questions

What is the best time to visit Indonesia?

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Visit Indonesia whenever you want as the country’s weather is favorable every month. May to September brings dry, warmer weather, perfect for beach activities. Winter has moderate temperatures for exploration despite the rainfall.

How many days do you need in Indonesia?

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For optimal encounters, dedicate at least ten days to exploring Indonesian natural beauty and rich culture.

Is Indonesia affordable to tour?

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Indonesia is a relatively affordable tourist destination that suits any budget. Accommodation rates could take the largest chunk of your travel budget. A day of excursion and transport costsvary, depending on the mode of transport and what you choose to do for the day. 

What month is the best to visit Bali?

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Bali is a year-round site for holidaymakers. The weather is warm and dry from April to October, providing a comfortable exploration experience. Though wet, the rainy season, from November to March also has pleasant temperatures.

How safe is it to travel to Indonesia?

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Indonesia is a safe country as there’s minimal threat to life and properties. Adhere to the local guidelines on places to visit or avoid.

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An archipelago filled with elaborate temples, diverse islands, jungles and paradise beaches, Indonesia is a dream travel destination for lovers of all things exotic. A vacation package to Indonesia has space for everything, from the densely populated island of Java to isolated rocks which are home to some rather alarming-looking animals, like the Komodo Dragon.

This Southeast Asian nation is composed of more than 17,000 volcanic islands, located between the Indian and the Pacific Oceans, making it the largest island country in the world. Sharing land borders with Papua New Guinea, Malaysia, and East Timor, Indonesia is home to a staggering 261 million inhabitants and is the 4th most populous country in the world.

The large island of Java is the busiest island, home to around half of the entire population and the capital city of Jakarta, the center of politics and economy in IndonesiaThe national motto ‘Unity in Diversity’ acknowledges the diversity of the country’s inhabitants, which are composed of hundreds of distinct ethnic groups, as well as the amazing variety of islands, environments, and cultures.

Indonesia also has a strong Muslim tradition as followers of Islam make up the majority of the population. The opportunity to island hop and encounter many different experiences in one trip is one of the main attractions of multi-center holidays to Indonesia.

The country’s major islands include Sumatra, Java, Borneo and the Lesser Sunda Islands, which include the idyllic islands of Bali, Lombok, and Flores. The paradise beaches, sacred temples and lush rainforests of the islands in this group are often the images that spring to mind when envisioning Indonesia, but this exceptional biodiversity and natural beauty can be found throughout the archipelago from tiny uninhabited islands to the larger land masses as well.

History of Indonesia

On a tour of Indonesia, you will discover the influences of the nations diverse history on its monuments, sights, and traditions. Most written histories of the island nation of Indonesia begin with the kingdom of Srivajay in the 7th century, which was a powerful empire based on the island of Sumatra. The kingdom acted as an important center for the spread of Buddhism and was known for its impressive maritime technology.

Over the following centuries other kingdoms, such as the Shailendra and Mataram, thrived and declined on the island of Java, leaving behind their heritage in exceptional monuments and religious buildings such as the Borobudur in central Java and the Prambanan in Yogyakarta, both unmissable highlights to enjoy whilst on holiday in Indonesia.

In the 13th century, the kingdom of Majapahit arose as the leading power in the region, its influence spreading across much of modern-day Indonesia. The Islamic culture which the country is known for arrived around this period, brought by Muslim traders and scholars, and by the 18th century, Islam was the dominant religion on the islands of Java and Sumatra.

From 1513 onwards, Portuguese, British and Dutch traders began arriving in the region, trading with locals and eventually establishing the Dutch East India Company, who remained involved in Indonesia until World War II, when Japan occupied the archipelago. 

Japanese rule encouraged an increased sense of Indonesian nationalism and independence movements, resulting in the nation's independence in 1945, after the surrender of the Japanese. Modern-day Indonesia has endured its share of conflict and struggles both internally and with other nations, but has seen a lot of growth in recent years. Today, it is a vibrant and varied travel destination, which captivates the traveler on with its natural abundance and warm hospitality.

Nature in Indonesia

The sheer size, tropical climate and island geography of Indonesia make it one of the most biodiverse countries on earth, with a combination of both Asian and Australasian wildlife and fauna species.

Islands such as Bali, Sumatra, Java, and Borneo, were once part of the Asian mainland, and have retained the rich wildlife of the continent, examples of which include the Sumatran tiger, the famous orangutans of Borneo, leopards and Asian elephants.

Many visitors on a trip to Indonesia are attracted by the prospect of meeting orangutans in the jungle or watching elephants play in the Kinabatangan River on the island of Borneo.

Dense forest covers around 70% of the country, although some of the larger islands have suffered a significant amount of deforestation. On the nation' smallest islands, the geographical isolation has encouraged the development of extremely unique biodiversity, with a large number of endemic plant and animal species. These range from the Corpse Lily, the world’s largest flower, to Komodo dragons and the magical Greater bird-of-paradise. In fact, Indonesia ranks 2nd in the world after Australia for its number of endemic species.

It’s 80,000 kilometers of coastline are a beach-lovers dream, surrounded by tropical seas with abundant marine life such as manta rays and sea turtles. The Gili Islands are considered to be ‘turtle heaven’, due to their large populations of turtle species including green sea turtlesleatherbacks and hawksbill.

An Indonesia tour package is incomplete without taking some time to snorkel in the warm waters of the country’s tropical coastline. There are a number of must-see natural attraction in Indonesia, but the most popular include visiting the fearsome Komodo Dragons on the aptly named Komodo Island, a tiny island situated off the coast of Flores, diving or snorkelling around the Raja Ampat islands to discover an underwater world of multi-coloured coral and sea-life, meeting the endangered orangutans of Borneo and venturing out on a night safari in the Kerinci National Park in Sumatra to spot majestic Sumatran tigers and Asian elephants.

Culture in Indonesia

With at least 300 ethnic groups, there is no single dominant or homogenous culture in Indonesia; instead, there exists a pleasant mix of traditions and cultural sights across the different regions, islands, and communities. One thing that almost all Indonesian’s have in common is that religion is at the heart of their everyday lives. Wherever you travel in Indonesia, you will notice that religion is at the heart of the country, from Hindu devotees making morning offerings in Bali to Muslims attending Friday prayers in the enormous Istiqlal Mosque in Jakarta. The government recognizes six official religions, although the most dominant is Islam, so you can expect to see the influence of this on the country's culture.

Another facet of Indonesian culture is the prevalence of traditional performing arts; watching a colorful Barong dance show is an unmissable experience to enjoy on Bali vacation, whilst the superstitious and visually striking Reog dance is not to be missed during a visit to East Java.

There are more than 3,000 original Indonesian dances, each presenting a dynamic living tradition. Indonesia also has a strong arts and craft tradition, with a variety of artisans creating unique cultural objects throughout the country. In Bali, there has been a long tradition of artistry, with an expectation on individuals to take up their preferred art skill from a young age. Despite the complex melting pot of cultures, traditions, and arts in the country, one thing is for sure: an Indonesia vacation package will inspire your imagination and creativity like no other destination, hence it has attracted artists from all over the world.

From the bustling streets of Jakarta to the delicate sandy beaches of Gilli and the lush rainforests of Ubud in Bali, the island nation of Indonesia presents the traveler with an abundance of experiences. Island-hopping around the archipelago, you will be amazed by the natural abundance, rich history, and open-minded culture.

holiday to Indonesia suits all tastes. One day you might be tracking tigers in the jungle and the next, watching the sunset on a paradisiacal beach, such is the diversity of Indonesia.

  • Entry requirements

    Your passport must be valid for 6 months beyond the date of entry into Indonesia and must contain at least one blank page for the placement of the Indonesian visa or entry stamp

  • Visa

    Visa required--can be obtained online or on arrival at a cost of IDR 500,000. Visitors to Bali must pay an additional fee of IDR 150,000.

  • Time zone

    UTC + 07:00 to UTC + 09:00.

  • Currency

    Indonesian Rupiah.

  • Language

    Indonesian.

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  • Electricity

    Generally 220 V, 110V in some areas. An adapter is recommended.

  • Other useful information

    Indonesia is the 4th most populated country in the world.

  • Health

    Please consult your doctor regarding malaria prophylaxis.

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