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Indonesia's Cultural and Natural Highlights by Private Jet & Yacht

Travellers seeking the ultimate in adventure and relaxation will have their every need met with this one-of-a-kind 10-day tour. Fly to remote islands in your own private jet and see a side of Indonesia that most visitors never get to experience. You’ll start the unforgettable tour by uncovering Borobudur, a breathtaking Buddhist temple complex and a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Next, discover orangutans deep in the jungles at Camp Leakey and participate in traditional Indonesian rituals in the ancient village of Kete Kesu. After, you’ll board an elegant private charter cruise ship and enjoy a four-day sailing tour of Komodo Island.

Why fly by private jet?

Enjoy a number of advantages by flying privately on your Indonesia bespoke tour. Commercial flights within the country are known for delays and cancellations. However with your personal jet, you’ll save valuable time and won’t have to worry about transfers or long waits.  You’ll also travel comfortably, and feel at home on your King Air Turbo Prop jet, a roomier and safer way to travel than by commercial airline. 

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  • Explore Borobudur, a renowned Buddhist temple complex built in the ninth century
  • Discover Camp Leakey and witness exotic orangutans in their natural habitat
  • Experience paradise in Makassar and enjoy spectacular snorkeling and diving
  • Spoil yourself with a luxurious four-day private cruise to the island of Komodo
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Day by Day Itinerary

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Day 1

Arrive in the historic city of Yogyakarta and enjoy the day at your leisure. We suggest venturing to the outskirts of town to discover Borobudur, a stunning Buddhist temple complex dating back to the ninth century. A famous UNESCO World Heritage Site, Borobudur will take your breath away with its elaborate décor, complex architectural design and beautiful volcanic backdrop. After, head back to Yogyakarta and check in to your hotel. We suggest staying at the luxurious Amanjiwo Hotel.

Day 2

Today, you’ll have another opportunity to explore Yogyakarta on your own. We recommend journeying to Prambanan, a series of breathtaking Hindu temples and a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The temples were built in the 10th-century and are still in incredible condition today. Here, you’ll take a stroll through ancient pathways and see elaborate murals depicting Hindu divinities.

Day 3

Spend your final day in Yogyakarta at your leisure. Consider visiting the Kraton Ngayogyakarta Hadiningrat, the Sultan’s elaborate palace. Here, you’ll have the chance to trek through the Main Court, an area home to glistening gold artefacts. In the afternoon, we suggest discovering one of Yogyakarta’s numerous lively markets for a shopping experience you won’t forget. Head to Pasar Beringharjo, Pasar Kranggan or Pasar Klithikan Pakuncen for local handicrafts, traditional clothing, fresh spices and mouthwatering fruits and vegetables.

Day 4

In the morning, step onto your own private jet and take a scenic flight to the gorgeous island of Borneo. Arrive in Pangkalan Bun, a charming town that rests along the beautiful Arut River. From there, you’ll continue to Camp Leakey, a famous orangutan research and rehabilitation center. In the afternoon, you’ll take a guided tour of the camp and come face-to-face with intriguing orangutans. After, you’ll return to the jet and fly to Makassar.

Day 5

After breakfast, feel free to discover Makassar on your own. Consider spoiling yourself with a beach day and traveling to Losari Beach for spectacular snorkeling, crystal clear waters and white sandy beaches. For the adventurous traveller, we recommend heading to the untouched island of Pulau Samalona for an exciting afternoon of scuba diving. Here, you’ll admire vibrant coral reefs and exotic schools of fish under the sea.

Day 6
Tana Toraja

Begin the day by boarding your private jet and flying to Tana Toraja, a highland region located on Sulawesi Island. Here, you’ll be spellbound by an endless array of misty mountains, bamboo groves, and rich green rich paddies. After, you’ll make your way to Kete Kesu, a traditional village known for its fascination with death. In the afternoon, you’ll see an elaborate funeral ceremony followed by a tour of hanging graves and decorative burial sites.

Day 7
Labuan Bajo - Kelor

Depart Tana Toraja first thing in the morning and fly to Labuan Bajo. Here, you’ll board a luxurious cruise ship, which will be home for the next three days. After, set sail to the gorgeous island of Kelor for a relaxing beach day. Once on shore, strap on a snorkel and discover beautiful coral reefs beneath the surface. After, head back to the cruise and indulge in a delicious dinner beneath the stars.

Day 8

Arrive in Komodo in the early morning and step foot into the island’s national park. Here, you’ll enjoy a private guided tour of the reserve and have the opportunity to see the frightening Komodo dragon in its natural habitat. You may also be lucky enough to witness the island’s other inhabitants, including wild horses, deer and buffalo.

Day 9

Return to Komodo National Park and venture where few have braved to travel. A park ranger will lead you to the secret lairs of the dragons. Here, you’ll witness fascinating dens and nests, while learning more about the famous lizard. In the afternoon, consider hiking up to the stunning Rinca hills for a breathtaking view of endless green jungle and rolling hills.

Day 10
Komodo - Labuan Bajo - Departure

On your final day, lift anchor and enjoy one last sail to Labuan Bajo. In the afternoon, we wish you farewell, and are more than happy to assist you with your next travel arrangements. After departing the cruise ship, head to the airport and check in for your flight home or to your next exciting travel destination.


Suggested Accommodations



In the heart of Central Java lies Amanjiwo, built from Yogya, the area’s famed local limestone. The bell-shaped rotunda of the main building echoes the nearby Borobudur, an ancient Buddhist temple and one of Indonesia’s most visited sites. The resort offers unspoiled views of this wonder, in addition to the fertile paddyfields of Kedu Plain. Indonesian and Western cuisine are served in the Dining Room, which is opulently decorated with gold-leaf murals of scenes from the Hindu epic Mahabharata, and breakfast, lunch and light snacks can also be served in the colonnaded Pool Club that extends into the rice fields. Other places for guests to unwind include the library, art gallery, spa, tennis center and outdoor infinity-edge swimming pool. Amanjiwo’s 36 suites are arranged in two crescents, which frame the main building. Each suite is topped with a traditional volcanic ash tinted roof and interiors include hand-carved coconut wood furniture, exotic Javanese textiles and antique glass paintings. Wireless broadband access is available in all public spaces and in all accommodations.

Hotel Aryaduta Makassar

Hotel Aryaduta Makassar

For ease, comfort, and five-star luxury, visitors to South Sulawesi, Indonesia need look no further than Hotel Aryaduta Makassar. Part of one of Indonesia’s leading hospitality brands, this hotel is geared toward business travelers, offering modern conveniences and amenities while providing a comfortable place for guests to rest their heads. The hotel, situated on the famous Losari sea, has 226 rooms and suites ranging from Superior and Deluxe rooms to the Aryaduta Club rooms and suites, whose guests may take advantage of lounge and complimentary breakfast, tea, and cocktails on the Club Floors. All guests may enjoy quality dining in the sun-drenched Bellini All Day Dining Restaurant, the cocktail and art lounge, Le Bar Atelier, and The Rotunda, a snack bar with an exquisite view. Just a 20-minute drive from Sultan Hasanuddin International Airport and within walking distance of major tourist attractions, Hotel Aryaduta Makassar is the perfect base for business and pleasure. 

Toraja Heritage Hotel

Toraja Heritage Hotel

At Toraja Heritage Hotel, guests are in for a real treat: located 2,300 feet above sea level, looking out over one of Indonesia’s largest mountain ranges, this hotel prides itself on following the architectural style of traditional Torajan clan houses, complete with traditional furnishings and handicrafts, and a roof shaped like a ship’s prow. But the hotel - the first four-star international hotel in Toraja - also provides world-class amenities and comforts seen around the world, with two outdoor swimming pools, a bamboo bar featuring fresh juice and a “drink of the day”, and even as a flying ropes course for the adventurous type! Venturing off-site, guests can enjoy visits to nearby sites including rice fields and a traditional plait center; staying on the grounds, they can indulge in a spa treatment and order some room service to their luxurious suite. 

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