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Explore the Highlights of Java Bali Lombok

Java Bali Lombok Package is aim to explore Java Island from Yogyakarta, Bali, Lombok and ending in Bali. Yogyakarta, at the center of the island, offers an abundance of culture. The Borobodur, is on the Unesco list of heritage. Mt. Bromo, impressive with its 10 km crater, and if weather permits, a stunning sunrise and Ijen, shows of nature’s roughness and beauty. Both volcanoes offer magnificent craters.

Bali, is renowned worldwide for its magnificent beaches, amazing rice terraces, picturesque temples, arts and crafts, and for the colorful Hindu-Buddhist culture of the Balinese people. For the deeply religious Balinese, every aspect of life is governed by ancient rituals, and shrines with offerings to the gods are seen everywhere throughout the island. Bali is both a paradise and a playground; home to a whole host of activities, adventures, stories and magical secrets just waiting to be explored. It is not only for sustenance of the body, but also for the mind and spirit. Bali is a heavenly destination for holidays.

The island of Lombok lies close by Bali Island Indonesia and its untouched charm often earns the description: “Like Bali 20 years ago”. Lombok is the most popular tourist destination in Nusa Tenggara, from the scenic bays of Sengiggi to Rinjani trekking, surfing in Kuta, snorkeling in the Gili Islands and scuba in Sekotong, there is something for everyone here and waiting to be explored. The island’s native inhabitants are the indigenous Sasak people.

Program Details

Upon arrival at Yogyakarta International Airport, welcome and meet by our representative, direct transfer to your Hotel.

Accommodation at Prime Plaza Yogyakarta

Breakfast at the hotel. In the morning we drive to Dieng Plateau (about 04 hrs from Yogyakarta), to visit the oldest Hindus temple complex. Dieng Plateau is the largest highest land in Java, which lies at 2.093 meters above sea level. The temples, mostly built between the 8th and 9th centuries, covered the highland plain but with the mysterious depopulation of Central Java. Then we continue our visit to the beautiful Telaga Warna (colored lake), which has turquoise hues from bubbling sulphur deposits around its shores. From Telaga Warna Colour Lake, we continue to Sikidang Crater – a volcanic crater with steaming vents and frantically bubbling mud ponds. Then drive back to Wonosobo for lunch is at local restaurant. Afterwards we proceed to Borobudur temple – the most spectacular and world’s biggest Buddhist monument Complex. It was built around 800 A.D. Looming out of a patchwork of bottle-green paddies and swaying palm tops, this colossal Buddhist relic is one of the continent’s marvels. After the decline of Buddhism and the shift of power to East Java, the monument was abandoned soon after its completion. For centuries the complex lay forgotten, buried under layers of volcanic ash. Climb up to the top and enjoy a wonderful view on the Menoreh mountains. Enough time is given to stroll around the complex and to discover its beauty. Then we drive back to your hotel in Yogyakarta for overnight. Dinner at own arrangement.

Accommodation at Prime Plaza Yogyakarta

Morning arrival at the Airport and greeted by our friendly guide who will accompany you throughout the trip. Visit Prambanan Temple, a masterpiece of Hindu structure in Indonesia. Next visit Sultan Palace of Yogyakarta, the house of Yogyakarta’s king and continued by Tamansari Watercasle, a garden of bathing pool for Sultan’s entourage. Lunch at Yogyakarta authentic restaurant inside Sultan Palace Complex. Continue to Borobudur Temple in Magelang area, visiting the largest Buddhist monument in Indonesia. Visit Pawon and Mendut temple, sister temple of Borobudur nearby. Head back to Yogyakarta city and transfer to the hotel.

Accommodation at Prime Plaza Yogyakarta

Breakfast at the hotel. Morning after breakfast, start the day with scenic drive to East Java by Sancaka train to Jombang / Mojokerto (depart at 07:25 from Yogyakarta). Along the way you will discover picturesque landscape. Arrive in Jombang / Mojokerto train station; we continue drive by car to Batu Malang. Lunch will be provided at local restaurant. In the afternoon we arrive at your hotel for check in and overnight in Malang.

Accommodation at Whiz Prime Malang

Kampung Tridi, or the 3D Village, is a colorful and vibrant neighborhood in Malang, known for its 3D murals. The village was transformed from a slum into a tourist destination in 2017 by a group of local artists who painted murals on the walls and buildings to create the illusion of depth. The 3D murals depict a variety of scenes, from animals and plants to geometric patterns and abstract designs. Some of the most popular murals include a giant bird flying out of a wall, a waterfall cascading down a staircase, and a family having dinner on a floating table.

Lunch will be served at local Restaurant and then drive to Tumpak Sewu. Accommodation and overnight at Tumpak Sewu Bungalow

Breakfast at Hotel. Then drive to Tumpak Sewu Waterfall. It is a stunning waterfall located in Lumajang Regency, East Java. The waterfall is made up of over 1000 individual waterfalls that cascade down a cliff face into a lush green valley. The waterfalls are surrounded by rainforest and are a sight to behold.

After Lunch we drive to Bromo and the rest of afternoon is free. Stay and overnight at Lava View Cemoro Lawang, Bromo

 Very early morning departs to Penanjakan, witnessing the beautiful sun rise (if weather permit).  Then the trip continues to cross the sand-sea to reach the foot of the mount Bromo as the starting point to climb up the stair to the crater. The spectacular view of the range of volcanoes (Bromo, Batok and Semeru) is unveiled along with the rise of the morning sun.

(There is a possibility for elder people to ride on horse-back (pony ride) with supplement at around USD 10 to 15 net / person and to be paid on the spot)

(Please note the ideal time to visit Bromo is during the dry season, April to November. At any time of year its cold on these mountains and night temperatures can get down to around 2-5 Celsius.

(The Bromo Tengger National Park is a popular getaway destination for local tourists, so the platform on the peak of Mt. Penanjakan can be very busy during weekends and public holidays).

Finally, we will drive you back to the hotel for refreshment and then continue driving to KALIBARU. Dinner and overnight at KALIBARU COTTAGES

Breakfast at hotel. Morning is dedicated for a plantation tour around the village then continue driving 3hrs to reach Pesanggaran regency where the lunch will be served (indonesian food). The trip is being continued to reach green bay. Along the way to Sukamade, it is possible see plantations like cocoa, rubber, coffee and stop at traditional brown sugar industry. Arrive at Sukamade homestay around 04.30 pm and free program. Dinner will be served at 18.00 pm and afterwards joint the night tour to search the turtle on the beach. This tour will end up around 23.00 pm.

Accommodation at WISMA KEBUN

Early morning there is an opportunity to join the program releasing turtle babies on the beach. This will be leaded by the rangers of national park, then return to the homestay for having breakfast. Leaving Sukamade at 08.00 am and stop at Red Beach, enjoy swimming and relaxing, then continue driving to Banyuwangi.

Accommodation at Banyuwangi

05:00     After an early wake-up call and breakfast, you will drive through the rural villages, coffee and clove plantations and then into one of Java’s last rainforests. Humidity, wildlife, giant ferns and big trees cover the slope of the mountain. Arrive at the Park Ranger’s post to begin the 90 minutes hike to the rim of Ijen Crater, along a shady track with spectacular views. The stunning view is unveiled at 2883 meters altitude. The lake offers eerie colors and smoke wafting from bright yellow sulfur deposits which create a spectacular landscape, barren and vibrantly alive. Watching miners descending into the crater and finding them re-emerge carrying up to 80 kilos of ore on bamboo baskets along the treacherous path is a breathtaking reality. Afterwards, we walk down the mountain and return to the hotel.

Arrive at the hotel for refreshment, we then directly continue the trip to Ketapang harbor to catch the public ferry to Bali. Arrival at Gilimanuk, Bali harbor, we proceed to your hotel in LOVINA.

Accommodation at SUNARI KUTUS KUTUS LOVINA

Breakfast at the hotel. Whole day is free at own leisure or for an optional tour which you could arrange on spot through our Guide. Lunch and dinner at own arrangement.

Breakfast at Hotel. At appropriate time, we will leave the Hotel towards Munduk Waterfall. The Munduk Waterfall is a great place to relax and enjoy the beauty of nature. The waterfalls are a popular destination for both locals and tourists, and they are a great way to escape the hustle and bustle of everyday life.

Then we drive to Ulundanu Temple on Bratan Lake. The temple is dedicated to the Hindu goddess Dewi Danu, the goddess of water. It is also a water temple, which means that it is used for ceremonies related to irrigation and agriculture. The temple complex consists of several different shrines, each of which is dedicated to a different deity. After Lunch, we will drive to Ubud.

Afternoon is free at leisure. Accommodation at PITA MAHA UBUD

Breakfast at the hotel. Whole day is free at own leisure or for an optional tour which you could arrange on spot through our Guide. Lunch and dinner at own arrangement.

Today we can enjoy a well deserved relaxing morning. In the afternoon, we depart Ubud to the lovely seaside resort of Candidasa. As we drive through this breathtaking countryside, we visit Besakih, the home of the Hindu Mother Temple of Bali. After our tour of Bali’s most important temple, we continue to the relaxed seaside resort of Candidasa. Overnight in Candidasa.

Breakfast at the hotel. The Boat transfer from Padang Bai to gili is about 3 hours with some stops before you reach Gili Trawangan. Gili Trawangan is a great place to visit if you are looking for a relaxing and fun vacation. There are plenty of things to do on the island, so you are sure to have a great time. After checked in, we explore the island by bycicle about 1 hour.

Breakfast served at the hotel. The Gili Islands are three small islands located off the coast of Lombok. They are known for their white-sand beaches, clear waters, and abundant marine life. Snorkeling around the Gili Islands is a popular activity, and there are many great spots to choose from. When snorkeling around the Gili Islands, it is important to be aware of the tides and currents. The currents can be strong, so it is important to swim with a buddy and to stay within your limits. It is also important to be respectful of the marine life and not to touch the coral reefs.

Breakfast at the hotel. Whole day is free at own leisure or for an optional tour which you could arrange on spot through our Guide. Lunch and dinner at own arrangement.

Morning is free at leisure until hotel check out time (note: hotel check out time policy is at 12:00 hr. Day use of the room until 18:00 o’clock is possible to arrange with supplement-but subject to availability). At the appropriate time we pick you up for departure transfer to the airport for your onward flight to your next Destination.

This ‘Java Bali Lombok Package’ includes:

      • 21 nights in twin share accommodation at selected hotels or similar category, including breakfast
      • Local English-Speaking guides
      • Meals arrangement as indicate in the program (all meals arrangement based on food only, excluding beverages)
      • All entrance fees, taxes and admission for tours as mentioned in the itinerary
      • All specified transfers and tours in itinerary above by air-conditioned coaches including parking fees, road taxes
      • Service charges, room tax, Local tax/VAT, driver, guide expenses and baggage handling

This ‘Java Bali Lombok Package’ is NOT included:

      • High season and Peak Season surcharge
      • Any compulsory applicable on the certain event
      • Expenditure of personal nature such as extra drink/meals, souvenir, laundry, telephone, room service, etc
      • Other meals and optional tours are not specified on the program
      • Travel Insurance
      • Tipping for guide/driver
      • Should the Indonesian government increase the percentage of tax collected on room and/or meal rates or impose additional tax/levies, we increase the correct rate accordingly irrespective of the existing contract

YOGYAKARTA

Yogyakarta, a bustling city on the Indonesian island of Java, is renowned for its rich culture and historical significance. Here are some of the highlights that make Yogyakarta a captivating destination:

  1. Borobudur Temple: This majestic 9th-century Mahayana Buddhist temple, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, is an architectural marvel, adorned with intricate bas-reliefs and serene Buddha statues.
  2. Prambanan Temple Complex: The largest Hindu temple complex in Indonesia, Prambanan is a stunning display of ancient architecture, featuring towering temples dedicated to Shiva, Vishnu, and Brahma.
  3. Kraton Yogyakarta: The grand palace of the Yogyakarta Sultanate, Kraton Yogyakarta is a cultural and historical treasure, showcasing traditional Javanese architecture, intricate carvings, and a glimpse into royal life.
  4. Taman Sari Water Castle: A captivating 18th-century royal garden and bathing complex, Taman Sari offers a serene escape amidst lush greenery, pools, and hidden underground chambers.
  5. Malioboro Street: The heart of Yogyakarta’s vibrant shopping scene, Malioboro Street is a lively hub of traditional markets, street vendors, and local crafts, offering a taste of authentic Javanese culture.
  6. Mount Merapi: The towering active volcano, Mount Merapi, offers a thrilling hiking experience with panoramic views of the surrounding landscape and a glimpse into the region’s volcanic activity.
  7. Kotagede: A historic silver-crafting district, Kotagede is a charming neighborhood with narrow streets, traditional workshops, and a rich heritage of silversmithing.
  8. Ramayana Ballet Performance: Witness the captivating Ramayana Ballet, a traditional Javanese dance drama that narrates the epic tale of Rama and Sita, showcasing intricate costumes and mesmerizing performances.

Yogyakarta, with its captivating blend of ancient wonders, cultural treasures, and natural beauty, offers a unique and unforgettable travel experience.

TUMPAK SEWU WATERFALL

Tumpak Sewu Waterfall, also known as Coban Sewu or Air Terjun Tumpak Sewu, is a tiered waterfall located in the Pronojiwo District, Lumajang Regency, and the Ampelgading District, Malang Regency, in East Java, Indonesia. The name Tumpak Sewu means “a thousand waterfalls” in Javanese.

The waterfall is formed by the Glidik River, which flows down the slopes of Mount Semeru, the highest mountain in Java. The waterfall is made up of a series of 127 individual waterfalls, which cascade down a cliff face into a pool below. The tallest waterfall is around 120 meters high.

BROMO SUNRISE

The Bromo sunrise is a truly spectacular sight. As the first rays of sunlight hit the top of Mount Bromo, the volcano and the surrounding landscape are bathed in a golden glow. The contrast between the black sand of the caldera and the white smoke billowing from the volcano is simply breathtaking. To watch the Bromo sunrise, visitors will need to wake up early and hike to the top of Penanjakan Hill. The hike takes about 2 hours, but it is well worth the effort. From the top of Penanjakan Hill, visitors can enjoy panoramic views of Mount Bromo, the Tengger caldera, and the surrounding mountains.

As the sun begins to rise, the sky turns a brilliant orange color. The smoke from Mount Bromo is illuminated by the sunlight, and the volcano appears to be floating in the air. The scene is simply magical. After watching the sunrise, visitors can hike back down to the caldera and explore the Tengger villages. The Tengger people are a Hindu minority group who have lived in the Tengger caldera for centuries. Visitors can learn about the Tengger culture and traditions by visiting the villages and temples.

IJEN HIKING

The Ijen Crater Hike is a challenging but rewarding hike that takes you to the top of Mount Ijen, an active volcano in East Java, Indonesia. The hike is known for its stunning scenery, including the Ijen Crater Lake, which is the largest acidic crater lake in the world.

The hike typically starts at around 1:30 AM, in order to reach the crater rim in time for sunrise. The hike is around 3 kilometers long and takes about 2 hours to complete. The trail is steep and rocky, so it is important to be in good physical condition. Once you reach the crater rim, you will be rewarded with stunning views of the Ijen Crater Lake. The lake is a bright turquoise color and is surrounded by yellow sulfur deposits. The sulfur deposits are created by the volcanic gases that are emitted from the crater.

If you are feeling adventurous, you can hike down into the crater to see the blue flames. The blue flames are created by the combustion of sulfurous gases. The hike down into the crater is challenging, but it is worth the effort to see this unique phenomenon. The Ijen Crater Hike is a truly unique and unforgettable experience. If you are looking for a challenging hike with stunning scenery, I highly recommend the Ijen Crater Hike.

LOVINA BALI

Lovina is a coastal town located on the north coast of Bali, Indonesia. It is known for its black sand beaches, dolphin watching tours, and peaceful atmosphere. Lovina is a popular tourist destination, but it is less crowded than the southern part of Bali. Lovina is a great place to relax and enjoy the beautiful beaches. Visitors can swim, sunbathe, or simply take a walk along the shore. Lovina is also a popular spot for dolphin watching tours. Every morning, boats depart from Lovina Beach to take visitors out to sea to see the dolphins.

UBUD BALI

Ubud is a town located in the central foothills of the Gianyar regency on the Indonesian island of Bali. Located approximately 30 kilometers (19 mi) northeast of Kuta, Ubud is often considered to be Bali’s cultural center. Ubud has long been a center for Balinese arts, including Balinese dance, traditional Balinese music, and painting. The town is home to a number of art galleries, museums, and performance venues. Ubud is also a popular destination for yoga and meditation retreats.

In addition to its cultural attractions, Ubud is also known for its natural beauty. The town is surrounded by rice paddies, forests, and mountains. There are a number of hiking trails in the area, and visitors can also go swimming, rafting, and cycling. Ubud is a popular tourist destination, and there is a wide range of accommodation options available, from budget-friendly guesthouses to luxury villas. There are also a number of restaurants and cafes in Ubud, serving both Indonesian and international cuisine.

CANDIDASA BALI

Candidasa is a coastal town located on the east coast of Bali, Indonesia. It is known for its beautiful beaches, lush rice paddies, and laid-back atmosphere. Candidasa is a popular tourist destination, but it is less crowded than the southern part of Bali. Candidasa is home to a number of small villages, including Candidasa Village, Nyuhtebel Village, and Bugbug Village. These villages offer a variety of accommodation options, from budget-friendly guesthouses to luxury villas. There are also a number of restaurants and cafes in Candidasa, serving both Indonesian and international cuisine.

Candidasa is a great place to relax and enjoy the beach. Visitors can swim, sunbathe, or simply take a walk along the shore. Candidasa is also a popular spot for snorkeling and diving. There are a number of dive shops in Candidasa that offer trips to the nearby reefs.

GILI ISLANDS

The Gili Islands are a group of three small islands, Gili Trawangan, Gili Air, and Gili Meno, located off the northwest coast of Lombok, Indonesia. The islands are known for their white sand beaches, crystal-clear waters, and laid-back atmosphere.

Gili Trawangan is the largest and most popular of the three islands. It is known for its lively nightlife and wide range of accommodation and dining options. Gili Air is the second largest island and is known for its relaxed atmosphere and beautiful beaches. Gili Meno is the smallest island and is the most secluded of the three. It is a great place to relax and escape the crowds.

The Gili Islands are a popular tourist destination, but they are still relatively undeveloped. There are no cars on the islands, and visitors get around by bicycle or horse-drawn cart. The islands are also home to a variety of marine life, making them a great place for snorkeling and diving.

Here are some of the popular activities on the Gili Islands:

  • Swimming and sunbathing: The Gili Islands are known for their white sand beaches and crystal-clear waters. Visitors can swim, sunbathe, or simply relax on the beach.
  • Snorkeling and diving: The Gili Islands are home to a variety of marine life, making them a great place for snorkeling and diving. There are a number of dive shops on the islands that offer trips to the nearby reefs.
  • Island hopping: Visitors can take boat trips between the three Gili Islands. This is a great way to see all of the islands and enjoy the different scenery.
  • Cycling: There are no cars on the Gili Islands, and visitors get around by bicycle. This is a great way to explore the islands and enjoy the fresh air.
  • Yoga and meditation: The Gili Islands are a popular destination for yoga and meditation retreats. There are a number of yoga studios and meditation centers on the islands.

The Gili Islands are a great place to relax and enjoy the beauty of Indonesia. With their white sand beaches, crystal-clear waters, and laid-back atmosphere, the Gili Islands are the perfect place to escape the hustle and bustle of everyday life.