Indonesia scatters its 17,508 islands between the Indian and Pacific Oceans and as such, is the largest archipelago in the world!
Also, there be dragons.... Komodo dragons, of course! Indonesia hosts these massive reptiles along with the critically endangered orangutan. Borneo's rain forests are in fact some of the most bio-diverse areas in the world!
Forming the western fringe of the Ring of Fire, Indonesia is a volcanologist's dream as it hosts 127 different volcanoes including Mount Bromo and what remains of Krakatoa!
I will get you into Indonesia the best way I know and give you some options based on what you're wanting to do. I can arrange anything from a day trip using Kuala Lumpur as a base, to a several day excursion.
While you are in Indonesia and the Jogjakarta area, I will be leaving you in the hands of Ms. Yanti who will be delighted to meet you and introduce you to her country!
Make sure you try some snake fruit before you head back home!
There are no visa requirements for US citizens visiting for tourism.
No vaccinations are required to enter Indonesia.
When I was planning my expedition to Southeast Asia for 2018, I was very nervous about planning a visit to Indonesia because I had only one day left on the planner before I needed to be back in Hong Kong.
Lucky for me, I was able to get in contact with Yanti and she made sure that our visit was possible!
Prambanan and Borobudur are two amazing sites in Indonesia that should not be missed, especially if you're visiting places like Angkor Wat on a historical/archaeological adventure like we were!
She loves her visitors and will be looking forward to welcoming you in Jogjakarta!