14 Days Java & Bali
"Contrast the chaos and culture of Java with the mesmerising beaches of Bali across this two-week tour."
Begin your Indonesian adventure in Jakarta, the gargantuan capital city of Java. From this incredible city you will journey eastwards across the island, visiting thriving cities and awe-inspiring religious sites. Back to back visits of Prambanan and Borobudur will leave you speechless - these vast temple complexes are undoubtedly two of the finest examples of religious architecture in the world. An early morning journey up Mount Bromo to watch the sunrise against the spectacular lunar-esque landscape completes your tour of Java. Your time in Bali will be spent at the coastal town of Sanur, where calm seas and a white strip of beach offer sun-lovers the perfect place to relax.
Arrive at Jakarta Airport and transfer to your hotel.
Drive south to the town of Bogor, famous for its 80-hectare botanical gardens.
Embark on a full-day tour of Bandung, including a scenic drive to the crater of Miunt Tangkuban Perahu.
Take a train to Yogyakarta, passing through the scenic Preanger district.
Visit the former palace of the Sultan of Yogyakarta.
Take a morning visit to Borobudur temple, one of the greatest ancient architectural monuments.
Drive to Solo, a former royal city with a strong Javanese character.
Take a train to Jombang in East Java on your way to Mount Bromo.
After an early rise proceed in a 4x4 vehicle for a climb to the viewpoint of Mount Bromo.
Fly from Surabaya Airport to Bali and transfer to your hotel in Sanur.
Take a full-day tour to gain an insight of Bali's fascinating culture.
Breakfast at the hotel. The day is free at leisure.
Breakfast at the hotel. At the appropriate time, transfer to Ngurah Rai Bali Airport for your onward flight.
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