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An Indonesian Odyssey - Sumatra, Java, Bali & Komodo Islands

21 Night Itinerary from  £8,967

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Observe Orangutans, trek through beautiful forests, experience the wonders of Borobudur and Yogyakarta, explore Bali and travel to the Komodo Islands to observe the incredible Komodo Dragon.

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Tour Route

Travel Highlights

  • Enjoy street food on an evening tour of Medan, Sumatra
  • Discover the incredible Buddhist temple at Borobudur, the largest in the world
  • Stay in a jungle lodge, observing elephants and orangutans and trek in the forest
  • Be inspired by Bali's beautiful scenery
  • Explore Yogyakarta, the cultural jewel of Java
  • Take a river cruise adventure in Kalimantan, visiting the Camp Leakey Orangutan Rehabilitation Centre
  • Explore Ubud with its ancient culture, villages, temples and serenity
  • Fly to Labuan Bajo and observe the famous Komodo Dragon
  • Relax on a perfect beach at the end of your odyssey

This itinerary can be tailored to your preferences by our specialist advisors, who can provide a guaranteed price based on your choice of route, duration, flights, hotels, transport and excursions.

Tour Itinerary


Fly to Medan - 1 Night

Day 1 - Fly from the UK to Medan

Day 2 - Arrive in Medan

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Wednesday, 24 April 2024

Fly to Medan

Depart the UK on your overnight flight to Medan.

Thursday, 25 April 2024

Arrive in Medan

Arrive in Medan, where you will be met by our Guide and transferred to your hotel for a 2 night stay on a bed and breakfast basis. Your guide will give you a briefing on the city. The rest of the day is at leisure.

Marriot Hotel, Medan

Sumatra - First Hotel

Enjoy refined luxury and a prime location in the city's central business district at Medan's first and only five-star international hotel. Explore the local historical or culinary sites like Istana Maimoon, Tjong A Fie, Grand Mosque and Merdeka Walk. Maintain your fitness with a workout in our 24-hour hotel gym or take an invigorating swim in our outdoor infinity pool. Savour delicious cuisines and signature drinks at a choice of restaurants, or relax in the lounge and enjoy 180-degree views of the city. 

The rooms and suites are intuitively designed with plush bedding, modern technology and picturesque views of the Medan skyline.

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Elephant Jungle Lodge

Medan City tour and travel to Tangkahan - 2 Nights

Day 3 - Medan city tour and travel to Tangkahan

Day 4 - Elephant visit and bathing

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Friday, 26 April 2024

Jungle Lodge, Tangkahan

In the morning enjoy a guided tour starting with the city centre and an interesting melting pot of Chinese, Malay, Indian and Batak people living together in harmony.

Visit the Maimoon Sultan’s Deli Palace, built in1888 by the Sultan of Deli. This beautiful palace combines traditional elements of Malay, Islamic as well as Spanish and Indian architectural elements. Even up to present times, the palace is inhabited by the Sultan, who remains a symbolic figure of importance to Indonesian community

After an included lunch, we visit the city’s oldest Hindu temple Sri Mariamman, located in Medan’s Little India, locally referred to as Kampung Madras. It is devoted to the goddess Mariamman and other Hindu gods. The temple is a meeting point for worshippers during Thaipusam and Deevapali festivals.

Next will be a stop at the impressive Vihara Gunung Timur, Southeast Asia’s biggest Buddhist temple.

Continue to Tangkahan where we register at the Gunung Leuser National Park Visitor Centre before walking to the lodge, located on the other side of the river along an impressive suspension bridge.

Check in at the lodge in Tangkahan for a 2-night stay on a full board basis.


Saturday, 27 April 2024

Elephant visit and bathing

After breakfast at the lodge, walk to the Elephant Rehabilitation Centre, the starting point for a memorable activity with Sumatran elephants which are native to the island.

Start the program with an unforgettable experience bathing the elephants in the Batang Serangan River. We visit the rehabilitation centre and the lodge along the river & trek through the jungle.

The rest of the day is at leisure. Walk around the lodge in search of some resident Thomas leaf monkeys in their natural habitat. Alternatively, take a refreshing dip in the clear river. 


Jungle Lodge, Tangkahan

Sumatra - Basic Lodge

Experience inspiration, adventure and relaxation. Let yourself be embarked on a journey into nature and to yourself. The Jungle Lodge is located in a dreamlike location on the edge of the Gunung Leuser National Park, nestled between the natural course of a river and untouched nature. For your own personal requirement for peace and quiet or adventure. The lush splendor of the vegetation intoxicates the senses and lets us feel the wonders of nature up close. When dusk settles over the giants of the jungle and the jungle night falls, the sounds of the jungle have a wellness effect on your body and soul.

The lodge offers two single and two double bungalows. Only natural materials were used, in the style typical of the country and with comfort. The rooms have a shower and toilet (tile fittings). Each bungalow has a large terrace and a balcony with a view of the jungle. There is also a restaurant.



Jungle Trek and Bukit Lawang - 2 Nights

Day 5 - Jungle Trek and Bukit Lawang

Day 6 - Orangutan Trekking

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Sunday, 28 April 2024

Jungle trek and Bukit Lawang

After breakfast, enjoy a moderate guided jungle trek, with some climbs and fun descents. Explore the forest crossing rivers and streams, looking at the natural environment and its abundant flora with trees, medicinal plants, concentrations of butterflies, monkeys and birds. 

After lunch (included), travel by a local jeep to Bukit Lawang passing through plantations with mountain landscapes at the horizon. Admire beautiful sceneries of river which cross through plantations. Sometimes you will find long tail macaque plays on the river side.

Arrive in Bukit Lawang and check in to Ecolodge Bukit Lawang Cottages for a 2-night stay on a half board basis (breakfast and lunch).

Monday, 29 April 2024

Orangutan Trekking

Bukit Lawang at the entrance to Gunung Leuser National Park and is one of the last sanctuary of the Sumatran orangutan.

After breakfast, depart on foot for a 6 hour trek in primary Sumatra rainforest. Steep slopes and dense vegetation will bring you to the excitement of the jungle. Here you have the opportunity to see several species of indigenous flora and fauna and semi or wild Sumatran Orangutans.

After a picnic lunch continue to explore the jungle as you return to the lodge. The rest of the day is at leisure.


Ecolodge Bukit Lawang

Sumatra - Tourist Lodge

Bukit Lawang is a peaceful village in the province of North Sumatra. The location is a main access point into the green heart of Sumatra: the Leuser Ecosystem. You will have the unique chance to view wild orangutans in a guided tour through the lush forests of the region.

Staying in the Ecolodge Bukit Lawang is not only a unique ex­perience but also a personal statement in support of sustainable tourism. The facility provides an unprecedented opportunity to be immersed in North Sumatra’s unique rainforest environment while directly contributing to the conservation of the critically endangered Sumatran orangutan – with proceeds donated to the Sumatran Orangutan Conservation Programme.

There is a choice of lodges, each with mosquito nets adjusted to the size of the beds, natural jungle breeze, a Garden view and bathroom with shower.

The lodge has a wonderful Kapal Bambu Restaurant where you can enjoy organic meals.

Activities include nature and birdwatching walks, trekking in the jungle, farm tours and experiencing the local communities, their culture, livelihood and traditions.

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Medan - 1 Night

Day 7 - Medan

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Tuesday, 30 April 2024


Drive to Medan for a one night stay on a bed and breakfast basis.

In the evening, enjoy a guided tour of Chinatown to experience the pleasure of trying street food. This is a very typical way for Indonesian people to have their dinner. You can walk around between all the food stalls and see the locals prepare their fresh food. A mix of sounds and smells like you’ve never seen before, and the food delicious.

Marriot Hotel, Medan

Sumatra - First Hotel

Enjoy refined luxury and a prime location in the city's central business district at Medan's first and only five-star international hotel. Explore the local historical or culinary sites like Istana Maimoon, Tjong A Fie, Grand Mosque and Merdeka Walk. Maintain your fitness with a workout in our 24-hour hotel gym or take an invigorating swim in our outdoor infinity pool. Savour delicious cuisines and signature drinks at a choice of restaurants, or relax in the lounge and enjoy 180-degree views of the city. 

The rooms and suites are intuitively designed with plush bedding, modern technology and picturesque views of the Medan skyline.

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Fly to Yogyakarta - 2 Nights

Day 8 - Fly to Yogyakarta

Day 9 - Yogyakarta city tour, Prambanan & Ramayana Dance 

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Wednesday, 01 May 2024

Fly to Yogyakarta

After breakfast, transfer to Kuala Namu airport for your flight to Yogyakarta, Java's cultural jewel. On arrival you will be met and transferred to your chosen hotel for a 2-night stay on a bed and breakfast basis.

Thursday, 02 May 2024

Yogyakarta city tour, Prambanan & Ramayana Dance Performance

We start today with a visit to The Sultan’s Palace, also known as Kraton - the central aspect of the Javanese cosmology being at the centre of the Mount Merapi and Parangtritis Beach lines. The building was constructed between 1756 and 1790, a fine example of traditional Javanese sultanate architecture. Remaining today as the residence of the Sultan, this living museum features a showcase of Javanese Culture and relics and depending on your day of visiting there will be a cultural performance ranging from Golek Menak Puppet‘s to classical Javanese Poetry performance known as Macapat.

Continue with a ride by becak and explore Kauman village built in the vicinity of the Kraton. This village is the central keepers of the Islamic religion as authorized by the Sultanate. The small gangs (laneways) of this village are so designed to ensure minimal disturbance of noise and traffic so as to not interrupt the Santri or Islamic students from their study. It was also said that by ensuring the laneways were only passable on foot - every man was equal.

Lunch is included today.

In the mid-afternoon, leave Yogyakarta for Prambanan. These huge ancient Hindu temples were built in the 9th century and the three main inner shrines are dedicated to the Hindu trinity: Brahma, Vishnu and Shiva. UNESCO named Prambanan a Heritage Site in 1991. Your guide will explain the history and symbolism of the temples as you walk around.

After the visit continue to the nearby Prambanan local restaurant where you will enjoy an early dinner followed by a traditional performance of the Ramayana ballet dance at an opened theatre with the illuminated temples of Prambanan as a background.


The Phoenix Hotel, Yogyakarta

Java - First Hotel

The colonial style Phoenix Hotel Yogyakarta is steps from Tugu Monument and close to Malioboro Street. This 5-star hotel is within close proximity of Malioboro Mall and Galeria Mall.

There are 144 air-conditioned rooms featuring minibar, FREE Wi-Fi, TV, safe, desk, hair dryer and private bathroom. 

The hotel has a restaurant and two lounge bars to relax. There is also a full-service spa, outdoor pool, sauna, and a fitness centre. 


Explore Borobudur - 1 Night

Day 10 - Explore Borobudur

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Friday, 03 May 2024

Explore Borobudur

After breakfast, drive to one of the highlights of your trip, Borobudur. Together with your local guide, explore this massive Buddhist Temple - the largest in the world - and discover the incredible history behind its construction. Comprised of thousands of volcanic and river stone blocks, the temple was assembled entirely by human labour and took more than 75 years to complete. These days, the UNESCO Heritage site is still visible in its full glory - with magnificent carvings and an unusual, yet surprisingly beautiful bulk structure. 

Lunch will be served in a local restaurant near Borobudur.

Next, you’ll get a taste for local life with a horse cart ride through Candirejo Village. Known as a dokar, the local horse cart will take you through this peaceful, charming village. You’ll travel along small lanes lined with traditional houses and stop to see village activities such as making cassava crackers, playing the gamelan and harvesting of local crops.

Continue with a visit to Mendut and Pawon temples, nearby Borobudur. Older than Borobudur, this pyramid-shaped temple houses three impressively carved stone statues.

Drive to Borobudur area for check in to your chosen hotel for a 1-night stay on a bed and breakfast basis. 

Plataran Heritage, Borobudur

Java - First Hotel

Set amidst the rice terraces of Kretek village in Magelang, Central Java and close to the Borobudur Temple, with the legendary Menoreh Hills as your backdrop, the Plataran Heritage Borobudur Hotel offers elegance and colonial charm for a uniquely enchanting base to explore this magical region.

Relax in one of the hotel’s 75 rooms and suites, combining timeless colonial style with comforts. Each room is air-conditioned, with private bathroom, bathrobe, hairdryer, FREE Wi-Fi and safe.

Public facilities include two restaurants, a swimming pool, spa, gym and rooftop bar.

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Camp Leakey

Pangkalan Bun, Kalimantan - 3 Nights

Day 11 - Fly to Pangkalan Bun, Kalimantan 

Day 12 - Camp Leakey

Day 13 - Tanjung Puting National Park

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Saturday, 04 May 2024

Fly to Pangkalan Bun, Kalimantan

Transfer from your hotel to Semarang Airport for take domestic flight to Pangkalan Bun, Kalimantan.

On arrival at Pangkalan Bun Airport, our guide and driver will be waiting to provide transport to Kumai Port. At the port, embark a local klotok boat for a 3-night scenic journey along the Kumai and Sekonyer Rivers on a full board basis. 

Begin the cruise heading along the Kumai River. After 20 minutes, enter the much smaller Sekonyer River, which marks the border of TanjungPuting National Park. The lush vegetation along the river bank first consists of Nipa palm and is slowly replaced by Pandan trees. 

Lunch is served on board. 

While cruising through Tanjung Puting National Park, take note of its variety of tropical animals. The area is renowned for its spectacular ecological and biological diversity, and contains mangrove swamps, rainforest and dense jungles filled with rare primates such as orangutans, proboscis monkeys and macaques.  

Enjoy dinner this evening on board the boat surrounded by the beauty of nature. 

Sunday, 05 May 2024

Camp Leakey Orangutan Rehabilitation Centre

After breakfast on board the klotok boat, we cruise on the Sekonyer River towards Camp Leakey.

On the way, your guide will point out the various types of animals seen here; kingfishers, broadbills and hornbills are almost a guaranteed sighting!

Continue to Camp Leakey. Housing the largest population of orangutans in the world, it is the most famous place for orangutan research. Over the years as many as 200 orangutans have been reintroduced to the wild here. Today the camp only operates as a feeding platform, but orangutans are still fed and medically monitored by the local rangers. There are only three feeding platforms in Tanjung Puting providing supplementary food to the orangutans so as to limit their reliance on feeding and to encourage them to forage in the jungle. 

After lunch, disembark at Camp Leakey into the jungle where there is a chance to spot gibbons, long tail macaque and wild pigs. Observe a feeding time where the rangers offer bananas and other fruits to the orangutans. Sitting with the park rangers, enjoy the opportunity to get up close with these amazing animals. 

Back on the boat, observe many proboscis monkeys, found only in Borneo, that gather in large groups around the banks of the river. There is also a chance to spot a few orangutans in this area as they come to pick up fruit from the pandan trees in the late afternoon. 

Dinner is served onboard the boat.


Monday, 06 May 2024

Tanjung Puting National Park

Wake to the sounds of the jungle and enjoy another full-day exploring the jungles and two other feeding platforms inside Tanjung Puting National Park. 

Cruise upstream to Pondok Tanguy where we observe e feeding time of the Orangutans. After spotting orangutans, return to the boat and cruise downstream to Pasalat Rainforest Station where several institutions and NGO’s are working to preserve the natural habitat of orangutans in the area. Continue with a cruise back to Tanjung Harapan Camp for a visit to the final feeding platform in the park.

Cross to Harapan Village, one of the only settlements along the river. Take a walk through this village, meet with local Malayan families, and partake in some of their daily activities.

Dinner is served onboard the boat.

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Surabaya - 1 Night

Day 14 - Fly to Surabaya

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Tuesday, 07 May 2024

Fly to Surabaya

After breakfast, transfer to Kuala Namu airport for your flight to Surabaya, where we stay for 1-night stay on a bed and breakfast basis.

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Ubud, Bali - 3 Nights

Day 15 - Travel to Ubud, Bali

Day 16 - Coffee tour of Bali

Day 17 - Charms of Ubud

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Wednesday, 08 May 2024

Travel to Ubud, Bali

Transfer to the airport for a domestic flight to Bali. On arrival, transfer to Ubud and check into your chosen hotel for a 3-night stay on a bed and breakfast basis. The rest of the day is free to relax.

Thursday, 09 May 2024

Coffee tour of Bali

Today enjoy a special coffee tour in Bali. Start the day at the source an organic coffee plantation, exploring the fields, enjoying the fresh air and lush highland surroundings. Witness the process of roasting the beans, seeing traditional methods used by generations of coffee farmers. Sample cups of the freshly roasted beans, gaining a greater appreciation for high-quality, hand-roasted beans.

Enjoy a local lunch together with the farmers at the community house of the village.

We return to Ubud and head directly to a coffee studio. Meet with a trained barista to learn expert coffee brewing techniques. Choose from a variety of courses, focusing on espresso, latte art or professional ways to judge the quality of coffee. This interactive class is the perfect way to conclude the day’s coffee discovery tour. Return to the hotel late this afternoon filled with new knowledge about Bali’s coffee culture.

Friday, 10 May 2024

Charms of Ubud

Today we visit Ubud’s Sacred Monkey Forest. This heavily forested park features three ancient Hindu temples, beautiful jungle-covered statues and, of course, several groups of indigenous macaques. 

We continue along Hanoman Street to a local community space to learn how to make the unique Balinese offerings called Canang Sari, which are integral part of Balinese life and their gratitude to the Gods. Refresh with a chilled coconut before going on a stroll across Ubud’s bustling art market. We also visit a local artist.

Lunch at local restaurant is included today.

We continue to the Blanco Renaissance Museum, a quirky former private residence and studio of painter Antonio Blanco. Explore the collection of his works, which span from different periods of his illustrious career, and hear the tales of the flamboyant, creative Ubud expat. We then hike up one of Ubud’s most scenic paths. amidst verdant fields with panoramic views onto the surrounding lush valleys. At the end of the path a foot massage and a tranquil spa awaits.

Adiwana Unagi, Ubud

Bali - First Hotel

A chic Indonesian sanctuary in the heart of Ubud. Adiwana Unagi Suites is a quiet haven with spacious suites designed with contemporary Bali in mind. 

The suites either look out to the forest or pool. Each is very spacious, air-conditioned with double or twin beds, free bottled water, semi outdoor bathroom, toiletries, bath, TV, safe and FREE Wi-Fi.

Public facilities include a delightful pool, Ely’s Kitchen Restaurant, Tejas Spa and daily yoga.

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Samsara, Ubud

Bali - Luxury Resort

Samsara Ubud is one of the best tropical sanctuaries in Ubud, with seventeen luxurious private villas. Each villa, starting from 122 square metres, comes with a private heated pool and a spacious outdoor area. Take a dip in the warm pool and relish the beauty of the forest in addition to the soft sounds from a nearby waterfall. Stunning bathrooms feature luxurious Makassar marble, double vanities, deep soaking bathtub and separate indoor & outdoor showers. A mix of contemporary Balinese décor, rich teak furnishings and exotic fabrics create the villas’ statement interior

Public facilities include a private and communal swimming pool, the Kelusa restaurant, gym and the Chakra Spa and treatment rooms.

Activities available include a village walking tour, yoga, a midnight cinema and cycling and sightseeing tours.



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Komodo Dragons

Labuan Bajo, Komodo Islands - 3 Nights

Day 18 - Fly to Labuan Bajo

Day 19 - The Komodo Islands

Day 20 - Mirror Cave and Local Market 

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Saturday, 11 May 2024

Fly to Labuan Bajo

Transfer to Bali airport and take a domestic flight to Labuan Bajo, on the eastern side of Flores. On arrival, transfer to your hotel for a 3-night stay on a bed and breakfast basis. The rest of the day is at leisure at your resort.

Sunday, 12 May 2024

The Komodo Islands

Travel to the jetty and board a local boat and cruise to Rinca Island. Arrive in LohBuaya Bay where we register at the Komodo National Park Office. Smaller than Komodo, and mostly covered with savanna, it is easy to observe the dragons and other animals such as wild deer, water buffaloes, monkeys, boars and horses on a short, one-and-a-half-hours trek under the guidance of a local park ranger.

We continue by boat to Padar Island. After a short trek, witness one of the area’s most spectacular panoramic viewpoints from atop one of the island’s tallest hills. Cruise to to Komodo Island, the largest and most famous of all islands in Komodo National Park and covering over 390 square kilometres. It also has the largest community of Komodo dragons and many other animals such as wild horses, buffaloes and pigs. Enjoy a 1½ hour trek under the guidance of a local park ranger who will explain all about the dragon’s and life on the islands. 

Lunch will be served on the boat as we cruise to the island of Kanawa for snorkelling. There is a dazzling array of tropical fish and coral species here. 

In the late afternoon we cruise back to Labuan Bajo after a wonderful day you will never forget.

Monday, 13 May 2024

Mirror Cave and Local Market

Today we visit Mirror Cave, set within an impressive prominent rock formation near Labuan Bajo. Through a hole in the cave, rays of light find their way into the cave’s inside walls where they perform a spectacular show of reflected sunlight. This fascinating effect is caused by some slick, mirror-like rock surfaces that reflect the light. Hence the cave’s name, Batu Cermin, which means ‘mirror rock’ in Indonesian. We then continue to a local market. 

The rest of the day is at leisure, relaxing at your hotel.

Plataran Komodo Resort

Flores - First Resort

Plataran Komodo Resort and Spa is a tropical beachfront paradise and the perfect place to stay on your visit to Komodo National Park.

Secluded in a quiet cove on Waecicu Beach, relax in a choice of one or two bedroom villas that blend comfort and Javanese style. Dine beside the ocean waves, on the beach, or on the jetty – all under the Flores sun or beneath a romantic canopy of stars. Explore the amazing marine life in the surrounding waters, or hop aboard one of the Plataran private cruises for unforgettable island-hopping excursions and the chance to see the fabled Komodo dragons up close.

Surrounded by a lush garden steps from the beach, the Deluxe Garden Villas are surrounded by lush gardens, with traditional Indonesian décor with contemporary style. Each has private bathroom, safe, writing desk, FREE Wi-Fi, slippers and hairdryer.

Deluxe Beach villas open onto a verandah, just steps from the beach and main pool, overlooking the azure waters of Waecicu Beach.

The resort has an open-air restaurant and bar, serving Indonesian and Asian cuisine. The Padma Spa offers a wide range of treatments and yoga. Other activities include beach sports, a cave tour, snorkelling trips, bike tours and a visit to the village of Wai Rebo with its unusual traditional houses.

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Sanur Beach, Bali - 2 Nights

Day 21 - Fly to Sanur Beach, Bali

Day 22 - Sanur Beach

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Tuesday, 14 May 2024

Fly to Sanur, Bali

Transfer to the airport for a domestic flight to Bali, where your will be transferred to your chosen beach resort in Sanur for a 2-night stay on a bed and breakfast basis. 

Wednesday, 15 May 2024

Sanur Beach

Your last day to relax at your beach resort after a thrilling adventure.


Bali - Luxury Resort

At The Pavilions Bali, you’ll feel a world away in your private villa. Each enchanting and cosy hideaway fuses traditional Balinese design with modern touches to provide an intimate, relaxing and exotic home away from home. The resort is tucked away amid a magnificent tropical garden yet just a short walk from all that the charming seaside town of Sanur has to offer. It can be tempting to retreat into your own private villa hideout and stay there, but Sanur, the birthplace of tourism in Bali, offers countless things to see and do.

Whether you head out exploring or spend a lazy afternoon on the veranda, The Pavilions Bali is the perfect spot for your next romantic getaway.

The resort has a selection of air-conditioned villas, from those with a private garden to larger 2-bedroom villas with their own private pool. Each villa comes with butler service, an outside rain shower and breakfast.

Public facilities include a swimming pool, spa, the Jahe Restaurant and poolside bar. There are many activities and tours available from the hotel.

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Fly back to the UK - 0 Nights

Day 23 - Fly back to the UK

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Thursday, 16 May 2024

Departure for return flight

Transfer to the airport for your flight back to the UK, arriving later the same day.

Price Guidelines

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Travel Dates Jan 2022 - March 2023 1 July - 5 Sep, 18 Dec - 31 Dec
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Multiple Travellers - Twin Room £8,967 £11,766
Single Traveller - Own Room £12,295 £14,236

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What's Included

  • 23 Days / 22 Nights
  • International flights (1 overnight)
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  • Accommodation as shown on the itinerary
  • Breakfast everyday and meals as described on the itinerary
  • Transfers to and from airports
  • Transport  throughout the itinerary
  • Excursions listed, all with expert, English-speaking guides
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