Temples, wildlife and paradisiacal beaches

JAVA, BORNEO, SULAWESI, BALI, NUSA PENIDA AND KOMODO Tour the epicenter of Indonesia, a balanced mix of adventure, wildlife, paradisiacal beaches and spectacular landscape.We enter the Tanjung Puting National Park, the heart of Borneo sailing in a small wooden boat through the waters of the Sekoyer River, one of the best places on the planet to observe orangutans in the wild. We let ourselves be fascinated by the temples of Java. The Toraja region on the island of Sulawesi, its landscapes of rice fields. In the Komodo National Park we will sail in our traditional boat between deserted islands while we admire the flight of thousands of giant bats at sunset. In Nusa Penida, a beautiful corner between Bali and Lombok where tourism has just begun to discover its paradisiacal beaches, fishing villages and caves where we immerse ourselves in a world of tropical fish and coral of a thousand colors and swim with dolphins and manta rays.


Day 1: Flight to Jakarta
Overnight on board

Day 2: Jakarta
Upon arrival at Jakarta airport, meet nd transfer to the hotel.

Day 3: Jakarta-Banjarmasin
After breakfast, transfer to the Jakarta airport to flight to Banjarmasin. Upon arrival at Banjarmasin airport, transfer to the hotel. The city of Banjarmasin is the most important commercial center of the south of the island of Borneo. Some compare it to a busy Venice in decline. Its streets and wooden houses overlook the canals that form a complex fluvial labyrinth that will transport us back in time. Meals: breakfast and lunch

Day 4: Banjarmasín-Lokbaintan-Pankalan-Bun-Kumai-Tanjung Harapan
At the beginning of the day we will go to the pier to get into the city with a small motorized boat and visit the colorful floating market. After the visit of the market we will return to Banjarmasin. Breakfast at the hotel, transfer to the airport and flight to the city of Pankalan Bun. Arrival at Pangkalan Bun and transfer by car to Kumai from where we will go up the Sekonyer river by boat visiting Tanjung Harapan, one of the entry points to the National Park and where we will have the first contact with the orangutans. Meals: breakfast, lunch (subject to the arrival time of the flight), dinner. Accommodation: Kotok Boat

Day 5: Tanjung Puting: Pondok Tanguy-Camp Leakey
During these days we will have the opportunity to see great diversity of this rich ecosystem located in the south of the island of Borneo. This program takes place in the Tanjung Puting National Park, the visit is made in a wooden boat Klotok of about 15 to 19 meters in length, dimensions that allow our customers to enjoy a large space on the ship during the days of navigation. Meals: breakfast, lunch and dinner. Accommodation: Kotok Boat

Day 6: Pangakalan Bun-Semarang-Jogyakarta
After breakfast, return to Pangkalan Bun, down Sekonyer river. Transfer to the airport and flight to Semarang. Arrival and transfer to the hotel in Jogyakarta. Afternoon free to discover the city and its market in Malioboro street. Street musicians, horse-drawn carriages, ricksaws, traditional restaurants and craft shops are just part of the nightly show that takes place every day on this street. Meals: breakfast

Day 7: Jogyakarta – Jeep tour - Borobudur – Prambanan – Sunset – Jogyakarta (Java)
Excursion in the city of Yogjakarta visiting the palace of the Sultan the water castle, the bird market, the village of Kotagede. We will visit the temples of Borobudur, World Heritage Site. Meals: breakfast, lunch. appetizer in Prambanan

Day 8: Jogyakarta-Makassar-Toraja
Transfer to the airport and flight to the city of Makassar on the island of Sulawesi from where we will continue on the transulawesi road towards the Toraja region. During this trip we will visit the typical Bugis villages that inhabit the south of the island, known for their skill in the construction of phinisi boats and for their houses built on pillars. We will make a stop to have lunch together in Pare Pare where we will enjoy a magnificent tropical landscape. Before arriving to Tana Toraja we will stop again to have a drink in the viewpoint of the Erotic mountain - An hour and a half more of the road will take us to our hotel in Rantepao - Tana Toraja -. The journey between Makassar and Toraja is about 7 - 8 hours by car including stops. Meals: breakfast, lunch

Day 9: 9th day and 10th day
Toraja Region. The Toraja is probably one of the best preserved cultures in Indonesia. During these days we will visit the region, with its traditional villages and houses in the shape of a ship's hull, the centuries-old tombs and their colorful markets. Meals: Breakfast, lunch

Day 10: Toraja-Paotere-Makassar
After breakfast, transfer overland to Sulawesi capital.Before arriving at the hotel we will make a stop at Paotere, the old port of Makassar and third in importance of Indonesia. The colorful port, entrance and exit door of wooden boats pinilsi (traditional Indonesian boats) loaded with all kinds of items that spread throughout the archipelago. Arrive and transfer to the hotel. Rest of the day. Meals: breakfast, lunch

Day 11: Makassar-Ramang-ramang-Bantimurung National Park The Kingdom of the Butterflies -Bali
From Makassar we will move to Bantimurung National Park in the Maros region, probably one of the most beautiful kartic landscapes of the island of Sulawesi. In the afternoon we headed to the Makassar airport to take the flight to the island of Bali. Arrive and transfer to the hotel. Meals: breakfast, lunch (picnic)

Day 12: Bali - Labuanbajo - Rinca - snorkeling - Kampung Mesa or Rinca - Flying Fox island
Transfer to Denpasar airport, Bali. Flight to the city of Labuanbajo (island of Flores). Arrival and transfer overland to the port to begin navigation by traditional Indonesian wooden boat. Arrival to Rinca island and view of the dragons. Komodo and Rinca are the places where the legendary Komodo Dragon lives. With its more than three meters long, it is the largest lizard in the world. We will visit the dragons in their natural environment and in full freedom accompanied by the guides of the National Park. In the afternoon we will continue our navigation stopping before in some of the virgin beaches that are in these waters to perform surface diving. Overnight on the boat in a fully equipped private cabin. Meals: breakfast, lunch and dinner Accommodation: on board the ship with cabin

Day 13: Flying Fox island - island of Kanawa or Bidadari - Labuanbajo Possibility of diving
We navigate between small and uninhabited islands paradise to one of the white sand beaches where we will have the opportunity to relax and contemplate its rich marine ecosystem. In the afternoon we will continue our navigation to the port of Labuanbajo stopping before if the weather and the conditions of the sea allow it in the island of Bidadari or Kanawa. Meals: breakfast, lunch

Day 14: Labuanbajo-Bali-Nusa Penida
After breakfast, transfer to airport to flight back to Bali. Upon arrival at the airport, transfer to the port to boarding to the island of Nusa Penida. After half an hour of crossing and after settling in the hotel, we will go to one of the nearby beaches where our guide will prepare a fish barbecue under the stars. Meals included: breakfast, dinner (fish barbecue on the beach)

Day 15: Nusa Penida
Temples and crystal clear beaches on a motorcycle. The beaches and waters of the island of Nusa Penida continue to be as little known and transparent as 30 years ago. Even today, only some fishermen and algae gatherers visit their immaculate coral sands. We will cross the north of the island at a slow fire, by lost roads between coconut trees, dream beaches and algae plantations, savoring each cove and each village of the road without hurry. Meals included: breakfast, lunch

Day 16: Nusa Penida-snorkel safari Manta Ray -Bali
Breakfast at the hotel and transfer to the beach where we take our small catamaran to get into the waters surrounding the island of Nusa Penida. We sail parallel to the north coast making stops next to wild beaches surrounded by cliffs and which can only be accessed by boat. We dive into its crystalline waters to discover its seabed formed by coral reefs, swim with dozens of tropical fish and with a little luck also with dolphins and several rays. In the afternoon transfer to Bali by express boat, arrival and transfer to the hotel. Meals: breakfast, lunch

Day 17: Bali
Free day to visit the area or optional activities. Meals included: breakfast

Day 18: Departure day
After breakfast, transfer to the aiport to flight back.

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Airport and transfer assistance.
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Guías especializados durante la ruta Specialized guides along the road.
Basic travel insurance.

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