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  • Best of Sumatra

    Fabled for its rainforests and wildlife, Sumatra remains a destination most travellers resign to their “someday” list. Someday is now. One of the largest islands in the world, this lush Indonesian gem is ideal for adventurers looking for something beyond the ordinary. Beginning in Medan, this eight day trip will introduce you to the impressive super-volcano at Lake Toba, coffee plantations, village life in Berastagi (famed for its delicious passionfruit), and much more.

    $ 687
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  • Bali: Beaches & Boat Rides

    Now’s the time to explore Bali on your terms with this tour that’s affordable for young travellers. Surf on gloriously blue ocean waves in Kuta, stop for the perfect shot at Buddhist temples and lotus ponds in Ubud, and relax with a drink at a beachfront bar (or two!) on Gili Trawangan. With a mix of free time, cultural highlights, and savoury must-tastes, this tour is the surest way to soak in all the magic of Bali, in just nine beautiful days.

    $ 701
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  • Classic Bali

    From pristine beaches to temples surrounded by jungle, Bali is a land loaded with cultural and natural highlights. This well-packed adventure offers up the perfect blend of the must-sees with free time to get off the beaten path — where the people you’ll encounter are just as likely to be memorable locals as other travellers. With its excellent food, artists, and culture, there’s more to this beloved island than just getting a little extra sun.

    $ 767
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  • Active Bali and Java

    Idyllic destinations like Bali happen to have some of the most incredible adventures when you explore further than the beach, as this 12-day tour demonstrates. Go from whitewater rafting at Ubud’s Ayung River to a bike ride along rural farms and plantations in Bulian, and a nighttime volcano hike in east Java. There’s just enough free time in between to relax and catch your breath in Pemuteran, but if you’d rather spend it snorkelling or scuba diving, we’re on your side.

    $ 846
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  • Classic Lombok

    Situated a short distance from Bali but visited by only a fraction of the tourist throngs, Lombok stands apart. From animist temples and bamboo forests to beautiful coral reefs and beaches, you’ll experience the best of the region in only eight days. With hotels, transport, and a number of included activities arranged by our CEOs, this adventure also allows plenty of free time to create your own highlights.

    $ 860
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  • Highlights of Sumatra: Hot Springs & Beachside Bliss

    Now’s the time to explore Sumatra on your terms with this tour that’s affordable for young travellers. Head into the depths of the jungle to spot orangutans in their home, sit in awe at the world’s largest volcano lake at Lake Toba, and dip into local flavours from your beachside hotel in Padang. This trip mixes just enough must-sees and free time to keep you seeing every highlight (and more!) in Sumatra.

    $ 1,005
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  • Best of Java

    With a population of 135 million crammed into just under 140,000 sq km, you’d think there’d be no room on Java left for adventuring. As densely populated as it is, this amazing stretch of Indonesia has loads of unexplored corners just waiting for travellers looking for something a little different. From Jakarta, you’ll venture to the curiously European-like city of Bandung (the “Paris of Java”) en route to Yogyakarta, home to the island’s monstrous volcanoes. Then wrap it all up on the gorgeous Balinese beaches of Sanur. (Hey, if you can’t beat the crowd, join it!)

    $ 1,191
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  • Best of Flores & Komodo

    Let’s get it out of the way first: There’s no place like this place, anyplace. Komodo is obviously well-known for its dragons (gigantic lizards, really, but who’s nit-picking?), but there’s so much more to the island — plus nearby Flores and Rinca — than just massive fauna. You’ll spend much of this nine-day trip on Flores soaking in the beautiful scenery (including Mt Kelimutu, a volcanic crater full of vibrantly coloured water) and traditional ways of life amongst the local people. On a boat trip to Komodo National Park (including Rinca), look out for Komodo dragons and spot even more of the native wildlife. Ready to see the wild side of Indonesia?

    $ 1,376
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