DAY 1 Outbound international flight to Yogyakarta (Java) ​via Singapore.

Stay: Amanjiwo (4 nights)
​DAYS 2-4 Java

The Borobudur Temple Compounds is one of the greatest Buddhist monuments in the world, and was built in the 8th and 9th centuries AD during the reign of the Syailendra Dynasty. The monument is located in the Kedu Valley, in the southern part of Central Java, at the centre of the island of Java, Indonesia.​

At dawn and dusk the jungle surrounding this majestic 9th-century UNESCO World Heritage site is bathed in ethereal light and birdsong – perfect for personal reflection
​DAY 5 Java to Ubud (Bali)
Flight Time: 2 hours, 35 minutes

Stay: Amandari (3 nights)
​DAYS 6-7 Ubud

Ubud is Bali's tranquil side, where culture and serenity take centre stage, and where 'Tri Hita Karana' – the spiritual relationship between Man, his environment and God – comes to the fore. Many people have come to Ubud for a day or two and ended up staying longer, such is the attraction of its rich culture and myriad activities. Dance and music shows are always popular, as is anything that helps visitors discover the unique Balinese culture; the royal palace is worth a visit; and there's no end of art museums and galleries to explore.
​DAY 8 Ubud to Moyo
Journey Time: 2 hours, 45 minutes

Stay: Amanwana ​(3 nights)
​DAYS 9-10 ​​Moyo

The national park island of Moyo, just north of Sumbawa, is a rewarding destination surrounded by coral; home to huge herds of native deer, boars and oxen; and blessed with beautiful white sandy beaches.
DAY 11 ​Moyo to Manggis (Bali)
Journey Time: 3 hours, 15 minutes

Stay: Amankila (5 nights)
​DAYS 12-15 ​Manggis

A cliffside beach resort, Amankila enjoys panoramic views of the Lombok Strait. A signature three-tier pool centres the resort's 34 free-standing pavilions, each one designed to echo the nearby remains of the royal water palace, and nine flaunting a private pool. Western and Indonesian menus are featured, while romantic private dinners can be arranged on the beach. Relax with a book from the library, a spa treatment, or a yoga class.
​DAY 16 ​​Depart Bali for your flight back to London Heathrow via Singapore.
​PRICES 15 nights from ​£5,425 per person




Water, Water Everywhere Indonesia is the world's largest archipelago – 3231 miles of around 18,000 islands (no-one's really quite sure); home to 240 million people speaking 500 or so languages. And at the heart of it all – from flooded paddy fields on volcanic slopes to the sapphire seas surrounding low lying atolls – is water.

Meet Jungle Jim It's not all beaches and reefs in Indonesia though – the lush jungles of its larger islands have fascinating tribal cultures and stunning wildlife, not least the endangered orangutans of Kalimantan and Sumatra. One of Man's closest relatives, these gentle creatures live to around 40 years old and use their long arms to swing around the forest canopy.

Enter the Dragon Komodo National Park may be a little more out of the way, but it's well worth a visit – its home to the rare Komodo dragons, the world's biggest lizards. Here and on neighbouring islands are the only places to see them in the wild, with only four to five thousand remaining, so naturally they're a protected species.​

Volatile Volcanoes  Indonesia's volcanoes are some of the world's most active, and include Mount Merapi and Gunung Bromo on Java, and Gunung Agung on Bali (when it erupted in 1963, locals believed it was the anger of the gods). Most famous, though, is probably Krakatoa, which literally blew itself apart in 1883.


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