Indonesia is all about diversity. Life thrives on the world’s largest archipelago. Its unparalleled natural beauty is home to a staggering level of biodiversity. Over the centuries a dizzying array of cultural influences have melted together and infused the islands.There's a lot to enjoy: sumptuous beaches, superb cuisine, vibrant festivals and, for the adventurous, tracts of wilderness waiting to be explored. From resort and indulgence saturated Bali, to the heaving metropolis, Jakarta and low key Lombok, Indonesia has flavours to suit all tastes, and visitors can expect to find their own little slice of paradise.When to goUnlike its cultural identity, Indonesian weather is straightforward: tropically hot. There are two seasons, wet (October-Aprl) and dry (May to September), with some geographical variation. Visiting during the wet season can be an inconvenience to travel, especially to remoter areas.Domestic travel peaks at the end of Ramadan. Businesses will either have limited ope…
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'Do' Bali in a week, including classic Bali, the cultural highlights and a bit of diving or snorkelling, done off a beautiful tropical island beach.
There's more to Indonesia than beautiful beaches, watersports and colourful markets, there's also lush jungles blooming with wildlife and rich ancient