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Indonesia is a country that touches all five senses. Are you ready for the adventure? Take off on flights to Jakarta and Denpasar onboard airlines like KLM, Qatar Airways, Emirates and Sri Lankan Airlines. With stopovers, depart from London, Manchester and even Newcastle for a holiday in Indonesia.
Indonesia is hot and humid and there isn't too much of a change of season and while there is a rainy and dry season, it still rains during the dry months. Peak season all depends on where you go and what you want to do while you're there. Book any flights to Indonesia at least 5-6 months in advance.
Flights to Indonesia take around 20 hours with stopovers.
Indonesia is rich in cultural attractions, ancient ruins and historical towns but also stunning natural beauty from beaches to volcanoes, tropical islands and snow-capped mountains. Here's just a taste of what you can see and do while visiting.
Beaches: As the world's largest archipelago, Indonesia has some great beaches. Apart from Bali, there are fantastic beaches in Sulawesi, Tenggara and Nusu which are more off the beaten path.
Volcanos: Indonesia is home to 167 active volcanoes and they are great places to go hiking. Try Bromo National Park and the Ijen Crater in eastern Java.
Dieng Plateau: In Central Java it's essential to stop by Borobudur where the oldest temple in the country is located. It's incredible and even predates the town by 100 years.
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In popular tourist areas like Jakarta and Bali, you won't ever be short of choice when it comes to accommodation. You'll find cheap youth hotels as well as luxury diggs. Options for hotels in Indonesia off the beaten path however are more limited and need to be booked in advance.