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Indonesia is a volcanic island nation with 18,000 islands and a history and culture dating back thousands of years.

Visit Indonesia’s beautiful islands, for instance Bali, Java or Sumatra on one of our exciting Indonesia tours.

Check out all our tours to Indonesia below.

If you have any questions, please call our travel consultants on 01279 704 137.

Indonesia Indonesia

Indonesia Tours

Indonesia is a volcanic island nation with 18,000 islands and a history and culture dating back thousands of years.

Visit Indonesia’s beautiful islands, for instance Bali, Java or Sumatra on one of our exciting Indonesia tours.

Check out all our tours to Indonesia below.

If you have any questions, please call our travel consultants on 01279 704 137.

Why should you holiday in Indonesia?

Indonesia consists of 18,000 islands spread across an area from the Asian mainland to Australia. Not only does this mean great geographical differences but large historical and cultural differences, too, making Indonesia an exciting travel destination.

Indonesia is located on the Pacific “ring of fire”, which is the term applied to the chain of volcanoes around the Pacific coasts.

Travel to Indonesia and experience soaring volcanoes, amazing temples, wonderful tropical beaches with some of the world’s best coral reefs, exciting wildlife and a diversity without equal.

You could spend months travelling in Indonesia, but at the heart of the island nation are four of Indonesia’s most exciting islands. Each island has a character of its own, and even after a short trip from island to island, it feels like arriving in a whole new country.

Our holidays in Indonesia

Our tours to Indonesia are each based on one or more of the most exciting islands, such as Bali, Java or Sumatra.

Read more about the experiences that await you on a holiday on the different islands below.


Bali, or the Island of the Gods, is one of Indonesia’s undisputed highlights. The little island offers majestic scenery, beautiful Hindu temples and white bounty beaches, which are perfect for the beach holiday of your life.

We offer several different tours to Bali, including in combination with Java. Selected tours can be rounded off with a tour to Komodo Islands or the Gili Islands.

Some amazing highlights await you in Bali:

  • Ubud is the cultural heart of Bali and a must-see on your tour. Ubud is scenically located between lush mountains and emerald green rice terraces. Explore the town by bicycle or visit some of the surrounding crafts villages.
  • There’s no escaping the beautiful Hindu temples on your tour, which exist in their thousands. Visit, for example, the Besakih Temple, Bali’s most important and most sacred temple, or Tanah Lot, which is beautifully located by the sea and is one of Bali’s most important landmarks.
  • Bali also has a lot to offer in the way of nature and wildlife. Bali National Park is home to the highly endangered Bali myna bird and the park is the ideal place to go trekking. On the island of Menjangan, you can snorkel at the world famous coral reef, and Lovina Beach offers playful dolphins.
  • Bali’s beaches are quite outstanding. Round off your holiday with a beach holiday in Sanur, which, with its miles of white sandy beaches is one of Bali’s most popular seaside resorts.


Java is one of the world’s most densely populated islands, but you have no perception of this outside the towns and cities. Java is located on the Indonesian “ring of fire”, and wherever you are, you will enjoy a fascinating landscape with scenic rice fields and conical volcanoes in the background.

On a tour to Java, you can, for example, experience:

  • Java’s soul in Yogyakarta. The city offers several palaces, including the Sultan’s Palace Kraton Yogyakarta, colourful markets and proud traditions of batik and other Javanese handicrafts.
  • Visit the magnificent, UNESCO-protected Borobudur Temple north-west of Yogyakarta. Borobudur dates back to the 8th or 9th century and is one of the world’s largest Buddhist monuments.
  • Don’t miss Java’s beautiful volcanoes. Experience the sunrise on the Mount Bromo volcano and trek to the top of the smaller Mount Ijen volcano, where you can experience the beautiful turquoise crater lake at an altitude of around 2,300 metres.


Sumatra is Indonesia’s largest island, offering real adventure in the form of unique scenery with tropical rainforests, rivers and lush volcanic landscapes.

On a tour to Sumatra, you can, for example, experience:

  • The Gunung Leuser National Park is one of Sumatra’s main attractions. The national park is known for its dense rainforest, which is home to one of the last orangutan populations on Sumatra. See the beautiful animals in their natural habitat in the park.
  • Discover Sipiso-piso, one of Indonesia’s highest waterfalls , at 120 metres high, and the world’s largest crater lake, Toba. By Lake Toba, you will also find the beautiful, boat-shaped long houses in the local villages.
  • Meeting local tribespeople. In the Batak Karo villages, you can experience traditional longhouses, where up to 12 families may be living at once. The tribe is particularly famous for their iconic, boat-shaped roofs.


Want to know more about our tours to Indonesia?

Our tours are package holidays, including flights, hotels and excursions.

On our tour pages, you will find more information about what you can experience on the tour, including the highlights of the tour, the itinerary, what is included, the price and much more besides.

Any questions?

You can also obtain more practical information about travelling in Indonesia on our “Practical information” page.

If you have any further questions about Indonesia, about booking the tour or about our other tours in East and Southeast Asia, you are very welcome to contact our travel consultants, who have extensive experience of our destinations.

We look forward to sending you on the holiday of your lifetime.

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The weather in Indonesia month by month

Extending across the Equator, Indonesia has a tropical climate. The temperature does not fluctuate much from island to island, and the main climatic difference is the rainy seasons and rainfall. Humidity is generally high throughout the year, but typically drops, the higher up in the mountains you go.

Indonesia does not have four seasons like we do in Europe, but two seasons: the dry season and the rainy season. However, the months that the seasons stretch over differ depending on which island you are on.

Bali (Munduk – Lovina – Ubud – Sanur)

Bali is a very green, lush island. It is usually dry during the day, with the rain typically falling as brief, torrential showers in the evening or at night. So, there are always many hours of sunshine – even during the rainy season.

The dry season is from April to September.

The rainy season is from October to March.

Average maximum temperature 29 30 30 32 33 31 31 31 31 31 31 30
Average minimum temperature 23 22 23 22 23 22 22 22 22 23 23 23
Rainfall mm 90 90 90 70 70 50 40 40 50 60 70 90
Average sea temperature 29 29 28 28 28 28 27 27 27 27 27 27

Java (Yogyakarta – Bromo – Kalibaru – Banyuwangi)

The dry season is from May to September. During this period, the days are hot, dry and sunny.

The rainy season is from October to April. Less rain falls in eastern Java than in the western regions. During this period, the rain falls in the late afternoon in the form of heavy showers, which typically last a couple of hours.

Weather statistics for Yogyakarta (Central Java): JAN FEB MAR APR MAY JUN JUL AUG SEP OCT NOV DEC
Average maximum temperature 29 29 29 31 30 30 29 30 31 31 30 29
Average minimum temperature 22 22 22 22 22 21 21 21 22 22 22 22
Rainfall mm 353 335 310 211 127 89 41 25 30 94 229 340

Sumatra (Medan – Bukit Lawang – Berastagi – Samosir – Lake Toba)

Sumatra is Indonesia’s third largest island, split by the equator, and the two seasons therefore also differ, depending on whether you’re in the north or south of the island. Despite the two seasons, the temperature is very constant, with the possibility of rain all year round.

The dry season is from May to September. In the northern part of the island and in the jungle areas of the north, temperatures are generally slightly lower than in the southern part, but they are still higher in the dry season than in the rainy season.

The rainy season is from October to April. In northern Sumatra, most rain falls from early October to January, while in the south, most rain falls from early November to late February.

Weather statistics for Medan (North Sumatra): JAN FEB MAR APR MAY JUN JUL AUG SEP OCT NOV DEC
Average maximum temperature 32 32 33 33 33 33 33 33 32 32 31 31
Average minimum temperature 22 23 23 24 23 24 24 23 22 23 23 23
Rainfall mm 92 115 97 157 178 147 167 185 263 387 253 228

Komodo National Park (the island of Flores, Komodo Island and Rinca Island)

The Komodo Islands are a national park made up of many different islands. The two best known are Komodo Island and Rinca Island, and then there is the slightly larger island of Flores, where most hotels and resorts are located. As in the rest of Indonesia, Komodo National Park has two seasons:

The dry season is from April to October, and during that period, it can get so dry that water restrictions are imposed to preserve the area. Humidity in the period is also incredibly low.

The rainy season is from November to March, with most rain falling in January and February. Throughout the period, it typically rains for a couple of hours in the morning and a couple of hours late afternoon, while the sun only shines for a few hours during the day.

Weather statistics for Labuhanbajo (Flores): JAN FEB MAR APR MAY JUN JUL AUG SEP OCT NOV DEC
Average maximum temperature 31 31 31 31 31 31 31 31 32 32 32 31
Average minimum temperature 21 21 21 20 20 19 18 18 19 20 21 21
Rainfall mm 396 361 310 154 120 51 28 29 45 99 193 298

Gili Trawangan

Gili Trawangan is located east of Bali and is part of the Gili Islands archipelago. While the seasons on the Gili Islands are the same as in Bali, it can easily be rainy and overcast in Bali but sunny with cloudless skies on Gili Trawangan.

The dry season is from April to October, with August being the driest month. The conditions for snorkelling and diving are particularly good during this season, as visibility in the water is at least 30 metres.

The rainy season is from the end of October to March, with January being the wettest month. The season usually offers rain in the afternoon and clear skies the rest of the day.

You should be aware that the Lombok Strait, which you will be passing through when sailing between Bali and Gili Trawangan, may be choppy in January/February and June/July. If the weather is unsuitable for sailing, the ferry will be cancelled for safety reasons. This generally happens once or twice a year and usually lasts for about one to two days at a time.

Weather statistics for Gili Trawangan: JAN FEB MAR APR MAY JUN JUL AUG SEP OCT NOV DEC
Average maximum temperature 30 30 30 31 31 30 30 30 31 31 31 30
Average minimum temperature 22 22 22 21 21 20 19 19 20 21 22 22
Rainfall mm 358 297 245 117 107 53 58 38 37 97 152 246
Average sea temperature 29 29 29 29 28 28 27 27 27 28 29 29
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