Not just another one of Indonesia's 17,500 islands, Bali is known as the “Island of the Gods.” Bali's active volcanoes, astonishing beaches, and rich jungles, alone make it a natural wonder...
Indonesia has beckoned many visitors with its pristine beaches, diverse ethnic groups, vibrant biodiversity and rich cultural heritage. The world’s largest archipelago offers a mind-boggling range of natural attractions including sun-kissed beaches, majestic volcanic lakes, vast rolling plains, and striking mountain ranges. Combine that with a refreshing cultural experience and you are in for a real treat.
GREAT FOR: Beaches, Temples, Culture, Adventure
WHEN TO GO: Indonesia is blessed with hot tropical weather throughout the year. The monsoon begins October and April when it is both hot and wet at the same time. The months between May and September witness a hot and dry spell which makes it the best time to travel.
Although Jakarta is not known as a popular tourist destination, this enormous metropolitan city has much to offer. Home to more than 300 cultural groups, Jakarta is the main gateway to the different regions in the Indonesian archipelago.