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The country of Indonesia is both ancient and modern. Spread over 13,000 islands it boasts some of the best beaches and clearest waters in the world. Most people venture to Bali and then head home - but there is so much more to explore. That's why we have created this 2 in 1 Indonesian trip of a lifetime for you.
Booking Info Timeframe: 16. Oct. 2018 - 13. Dec. 2018
- Airport hotel
How to book: You are required to make payments on different booking sites by clicking the GREEN BOOKING BUTTONS above and we recommend doing this on desktop rather than mobile. It is advisable to book your flights first. You can easily price this deal up to suit your travel party by clicking the green buttons. Please be aware that changing the dates/airport may result in a price increase. The prices listed are correct as of the time of posting.
- Travel duration: 15 nights (longer or shorter stays possible)
- Departures spanning - October - December 2018
- Example date: 25th October - 11th November (includes over night flight)
- Example flights from London to Bali with Garuda
- Luggage included
- 3* hotel (Bali) - 4.5/5 on TripAdvisor
- 3* hotel (Gili Islands) - 4.5/5 on TripAdvisor
- Board basis – B&B
- Based on 2 adults sharing
- For alternate departure dates click on the flights tab above.
- Not your dates/travel party size? Adjust search according to preference
Price breakdown for 2 adults sharing:
- London - Bali Flights – £407 per person
- Bali Hotel – £397 / 2 = £198.50 per person
- Bali - Lombok Flights – £34 per person
- Gili Islands Hotel – £272 / 2 = £136 per person
- Airport hotel - £11 / 2 = £5.50
Total cost of holiday £1562 / 2 = £781per person
Solo traveller cost = £1121Remember pirates, this trip is flexible and if the dates, airport, size of travel party or duration are no good for you then just go ahead and adjust the searches using the green buttons above. You will find more flight dates by switching to the Flights tab above.
First stop on your Indonesian tour is the beautiful Bali. With it's gorgeous beaches, historical temples and distinctive rice fields, it's no wonder that this island has been on the lips of travel bloggers everywhere.
Whilst here, we have decided on a hotel with a very unique location. Grab a week of peace and tranquility at the 3* Patal Kikian villa. It boasts an infinity pool with jaw dropping views over the rice fields below and of Mount Agung on the horizon.
Rooms are fan-cooled and have a private terrace with seating area. They also have a mosquito net, desk and en suite bathroom with shower facilities.
Upon returning to Bali we've found a super cheap airport hotel for your last night to save you the stress of getting your flight on time. Grandma's Hotel offers transfers for a fee and the bustling centre of Kuta is close by for all those last minute purchases!
Lombok & the Gili Islands
Get those Instagrams ready Pirates because the islands of Lombok and Gili are some of the most snapped places on the planet right now. See what all the fuss is about by spending 7 nights at the 3* Manta Dive Gili Trawangan Resort, just a short walk from the beach and a 10-minute boat ride from the other Gili islands.
Beach access is handy as this is a dive resort, meaning you can take part in a dive course or explore the ocean (depending on your skill, extra cost) Known for it's turtle population, this is a great chance to see these endangered creatures in their natural habitat.
If that all sounds like a bit too much activity for you then there are 2 outdoor swimming pools on site as well as free WiFi. Breakfast is served daily at the rooftop terrace and there is a small on site restaurant serving Western dishes and drinks.
Manta Bungalows is a 2-hour, 30-minute land and sea journey from Lombok International Airport. Airport transfers can be arranged at an extra charge. The bungalow is a short drive from Manta Dive and several restaurants.
Why not upgrade and spend your week in this unique location inside a traditional bamboo style bungalow?
Going SoloTravelling by one's self can be a daunting prospect at first, however, it can also be a liberating experience. If you have never done it before, Indonesia is one of the safest places in south east Asia in order to start your solo adventure. Our top tip is to use common sense in all aspects of your trip when it comes to money, expensive items and walking alone at night. There are a great many solo travellers making their way through Thailand so there will be plenty of chances to meet new people.
Please note - Prices are correct at time of publish, based on the sample dates provided and are subject to fluctuation, depending on availability