Tailor-made Indonesia Holidays

A boat on a beach in Bali

With a population of well over 260 million people, Indonesia is the fourth most populous country in the world. Not that you’d know it when you’re lazing on a white-sand beach in Lombok, mind you. In fact, only 1% of the population live in Bali and even less in Lombok, making these the perfect islands to truly get away from it all. It’s not just about beach holidays here either, with diving, snorkelling and surfing all popular pastimes, as well as searching for dolphins and Komodo dragons. Inland too, the 17,500 islands are coated with thick jungles, volcanic peaks and vivid green rice terraces hiding temples, shrines and pagodas galore. This unique mix of coast, nature and culture make Indonesia one of Asia’s most exciting and diverse holiday destinations.

Popular Tailor-made Indonesia Holidays

Beaches, volcanoes, jungles, adventure, relaxation – Indonesia has it all, which is why it’s one of the world’s favourite holiday destinations. In turn, it’s one of our most booked holiday destinations as well, ensuring that our Experts know and love Indonesia and travel there often to seek out the country’s best resorts and experiences. The below holiday itineraries are our favourite ways to explore Indonesia to its fullest. These tailor-made Journeys include visiting multiple destinations with everything from island hopping to cycling in the mountains and staying at luxury resorts. Talk to our Experts today to book one of these holidays or to tailor an itinerary to suit you.

Popular Indonesia Resort Holidays

With more islands than we can count (17,000 plus), the options in Indonesia are limitless. You don’t need to scour the web or every guide book out there to create your perfect trip though. Our Experts have already done all the hard work and created our Escapes holiday. These Indonesia holidays combine international flights with hand-picked 4 to 5-star hotels, and transfers, so you can just sit back, relax and enjoy the best of Indonesia.

Where to Go in Indonesia

The majority of the holiday action in Indonesia takes place in Bali, where you’ll find lively nightlife, a wealth of adventure activities, great beaches and captivating culture. Bali isn’t the only island to visit within the country. The volcanic island of Lombok to the east of Bali promises miles of verdant landscapes, pristine coves and tranquil hillsides. Just off the coast of Lombok, and easily visited on a day trip if you don’t fancy staying, the three Gili Islands are a fantastic snorkelling and diving spot, especially if you’re hoping to spot a turtle. Gili Trawangan, also known as Gili T, is the largest and liveliest of the three, packed with cool bars and good restaurants. Gili Air is the most off-the-beaten track, fringed by plenty of seafood cafes, while laid-back Gili Air, the smallest, is also the most peaceful and romantic. 

Indonesia Holiday Types

Naturally a holiday to Indonesia should include some beach time, but it’s not the only type of holiday you can enjoy. From tranquil countryside to charming culture, delicious local food and luxurious resorts, we have a great range of holiday types to show you the best of Indonesia.

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More About Indonesia

Capital city: Jakarta

Currency: Indonesian rupiah

Language: Indonesian

Vaccinations: Courses or boosters usually advised before visiting Indonesia include Diphtheria, Hepatitis A, Tetanus and Typhoid. To arrange your vaccinations or for more information and advice, we recommend making an appointment at our Travel Clinic six weeks before travelling.  

Getting there

Flight time: The London to Bali flight time is around 16 hours.

Main airport: Ngurah Rai International Airport in Denpasar, Bali

Visas: British Citizens do not require a visa if staying for under 30 days.

Top 3 Things to Do in Indonesia

  • Relax in Ubud
  • Go snorkelling or diving in the Gili Islands
  • Watch the sun set from Seminyak

When to Go to Indonesia

With its tropical climate, Indonesia is hot and humid all year round, with temperatures rarely dropping below 30°C. Most visitors come in the dry season from April to October. This season is especially popular, although if you visit in September and October it’s possible to avoid the crowds. The wet season takes place from November to March with 30°C temperatures and high humidity levels, so breezy coastal areas are best for cooling off. This is a great time to tour the temples and highlands, as both will be cooler and more peaceful than in the dry season, and the interior rice terraces and forests are a riot of life and colour.

Why Book Your Indonesia Holiday with Flight Centre

We know Indonesia: At Flight Centre, we have an extensive range of holidays on offer in Indonesia, from family-friendly beach holidays to tailor-made adventures that take in multiple locations. Have something specific in mind? Our Experts can tailor make an Indonesia holiday from scratch to be exactly what you want.

Local knowledge: As part of the global Flight Centre Travel Group, we have staff on the ground in Indonesia who will be on hand to welcome you at the airport, drive you to your hotels and operate select tours during your stay. So from the UK to Indonesia, we’re with you at every step to offer you up to date local information and peace of mind.

Flexibility: We offer flexible deposits, the opportunity to pay the balance of your holiday just 10 weeks before departure and fixed change and cancellation fees.

Travel Butler and 24/7 Emergency Assistance Service: When you book a holiday to Indonesia from our range of tailor-made Journeys, you’ll also enjoy access to our inclusive Travel Butler concierge and 24/7 Emergency Assistance services.