Bali in April

The best time to visit Bali is during its dry season which runs from April through October. July and August see the most visitors. Temperatures remain very steady, between 26.5 and 28°C (79-82 °F). This is when the island has the least rain, the most sun, cool breezes, and the lowest humidity - ideal for outdoor activities like hiking, sailing, and sunbathing. This is also the best time to surf on the island and when the waves at the western beaches are at their best. Bali’s central mountain area is typically cooler than the lower coastal areas. Night temperatures can drop significantly in the highlands near the volcanoes. 

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Classic Indonesia

Spend 13 days taking in the best Indonesia has to offer on this luxury journey. Immerse yourself in Bali’s fascinating culture, learning about rice planting and snakefruit farming, walk alongside the fearsome Komodo dragon in its natural habitat, and explore the ancient architecture of Yogyakarta on this incredible journey.

Interests Heritage, Architecture
Country Indonesia, Bali
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$4,000
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Rice Paddies and Culture in Bali

Explore the town of Ubud, the heart and cultural soul of Bali. This quick and easy 5-day getaway to the lush island of Bali takes you to its verdent rice paddies and ends on the beach.

Interests Heritage
Country Bali
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$4,000
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Temples and Dragons: Singapore to Yogyakarta in Style

Island-hop from the bustling island nation of Singapore to the many islands of Indonesia, on this exciting 13-day luxury tour. You’ll capture the Singapore cityscape from atop Marina Bay Sands, raft down the Telaga Waja river in Bali, hunt for dragons on Komodo island, and explore the ancient ruins of Yogyakarta. 

Interests Romance, Architecture
Country Singapore, Indonesia, Bali
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14 DAYS
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$127,100
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Far-Reaching Indonesia by Private Jet

Travel 14 days in sheer luxury aboard your private jet to some of the most hidden corners of Indonesia. You’ll explore the ancient Borobudur in Yogyakarta, spot orangutans in Borneo, marvel at traditional burial grounds in Tana Toraja, enter the secret lairs of the Komodo dragon, and stay in luxury Indonesia hotels.

Interests Tribal, Unesco
Country Indonesia, Bali
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10 DAYS
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$83,600
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Jetting Through Historic Indonesia: Borobudur to Bali

Let a private jet whisk you away on a thrilling 10-day journey through Indonesia’s remarkable history. You’ll fly in style to the UNESCO-listed ruins of Yogyakarta, orangutan rehabilitation grounds in Borneo, the traditional village of Kete Kesu in Tana Toraja, and to your luxury hotel in the cultural center of Ubud. 

Interests Heritage, Unesco
Country Indonesia, Bali
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$83,600
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31 DAYS
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$24,400
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An Epic Indonesian Adventure

All fine things in life deserve time. Indonesia is no exception, and after a whole month of this epic journey, you'll want even more. Fly, ride, drive and boat your way around, stopping off to say hi to the inquisitive orangutans of Borneo, hiking past the dragons of Komodo Island and navigating the majestic volcanoes of Java.

Interests Heritage, Amazing Landscapes
Country Indonesia, Bali
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$24,400
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