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Explore Bali’s artsy Ubud, the wonderful beaches of Karimunjawa, Borneo’s wildlife, and learn about the culture and tradition in Yogyakarta on this 13-day trip

to “Borneo Bali Yogyakarta Karimunjawa” The mystical images evoked by the name of Bali have attracted countless travelers over the centuries.

With warm and hospitable islanders with lively and shy smiles, Bali is a famous tourist destination for its exquisite arts, magnificent landscapes, beautiful beaches and thousands of temples. Come and enjoy this culture while having a dream vacation.

  • 12 Nights
  • Difficulty: Easy
  • Pickup: Denpasar, Bali (DPS)
Borneo Bali Yogyakarta Karimunjawa

DAY 1:ARRIVAL IN JAKARTA ▼

Welcome to Jakarta, metropolitan city and capital of Indonesia. Arriving in the “heart” of the Indonesian Republic, you will have to pass immigration, collect your bags and meet the staff of the FM7 Hotel itself in charge of taking you to the Hotel. This hotel is located just 15 minutes from the airport, avoiding entering the noisy city. The FM7 is a charming hotel where you will rest after your international flight. Arrival at the Hotel and check in process. Confirm with your hotel again the time when they must transfer you back to the airport the next day. Good night and rest.

Meals:

Accommodation:

A. FM7 Hotel Jakarta – Superior Room

DAY 2: JAKARTA – PANGKALAN BUN – KUMAI – TANJUNG HARAPAN ▼

Luggage ready, today is the day to get to know one of the most important centers of biodiversity in the world and the third largest island on the planet. Borneo!!! After breakfast and at the right time you will have the transfer to the airport to take the direct flight to Pangkalan Bun, on the island of Borneo, or better known by Indonesians as Kalimantan. Upon arrival at the airport your guide will be waiting for you to transfer you to the port of Kumai about 15-20 minutes by car where we will embark on a great adventure! The time of entry to the Boat will be at 11am or earlier if the boat is already available.

If your flight arrives early (before 12.00) we can arrive on time at the rehabilitation center of Tanjung Harapan where at 3 pm, the Rangers of the National Park feed the Orangutans and you can have the first close encounters with them. Tanjung Harapan’s translation is Cape of Hope. This first camp is one of those that has more wetlands and being in the afternoon has more mosquitoes so make sure you get enough mosquito repellent. After visiting this Ranger Camp, you will continue upstream, resting on the boat, while we look for animals in the vicinity of the Sekonyer River.z This afternoon it is very common to see groups of proboscis monkeys and macaques in the treetops, jumping from one branch to another, or even to see monitor lizards or crocodiles in the shallow waters of the sides of the river. Get ready for the sunset and enjoy the exquisite food prepared by our jungle crew. The boat moors on the side of the river for the night.

Tonight we can take a walk through the jungle to look for nocturnal animals such as snakes, tarantulas or even if we are lucky, we can see luminescent mushrooms or tarsier monkeys.

Meals: Breakfast – Lunch – Dinner

Accommodation:

A. Ship Klotok

DAY 3:PONDOK TANGGUY & CAMP LEAKEY ▼

Today you will wake up to the sounds and colors of the jungle. With total security, you will never forget how you woke up in the river surrounded by this overflowing nature. After an extraordinary breakfast on board, we will go in time to see the Tanggui camp at the time of animal feeding (9am) Little by little you will see how the branches of the treetops begin to move and then you will see the silhouettes of the Orangutans arriving little by little to the feeding platform. Tanggui was a camp of release of Young Orangutans that were rehabilitated, and continue to add food every day, to prevent the Orangutans from moving away for lack of food, and end up outside the National Park, with the following risk of falling into traps of villagers or fields of Palm Oil Plantations. After the Orangutans start to leave, you will return again to the Klotok to go even further upstream. You will see how the coloration of the river changes and you will have the opportunity to see crocodiles and large monitor lizards, along with Gibbons and Proboscis Monkeys. And of course, enjoy lunch in the middle of this natural setting.

Arriving at Camp Leakey, the old orangutan research and rehabilitation center since 1971, when a student at UCLA Los Angeles named Birutte Galdikas began studying Orangutans there, the name Camp Leaky comes from Birutte’s own professor, Paleananthropologist Louis Leakey. At least 200 orangutans have already been cured and returned to the jungles thanks to this center, however since 1995, the Government of Indonesia has banned the introduction of more Orangutans in this camp, so the Orangutans are increasingly adapting to freedom. To this day, this camp is used as behavior research and feeding of Orangutans. At 14.00 you can see the feeding time of the Orangutans. You can also visit the small museum made by the scientist Dra. Birute Galdikas.

At the end of observing the orangutans in this camp and if time and conditions permit, we will make a gentle hike through the jungle back to the Boat to look for wild orangutans and other animals. On the way we will have the opportunity to know from our local guides, some of them born in the jungle, how to look for carnivorous animals or plants or simply, listen to their experience of life in the jungle. The jungles of Borneo, have given life and home to the inhabitants for millions of years, are jungles that under the eyes of the grandparents are able to give everything one needs. Food, water, medicine, yes… Never put anything in your mouth without the recommendation of your guide. In the afternoon, if it does not rain, the ship will dock near a congregation of fireflies and you can enjoy the spectacle of its luminescences.

Meals: Breakfast – Lunch – Dinner

Accommodation:

A. Ship Klotok

DAY 4:PANGKALAN BUN - BALI - UBUD ▼

Your stay at the Orangutans rehabilitation center ends today. Early in the morning, we will enjoy the last moments of the sounds of the jungle, before heading to the port, to in turn, be transferred to the airport.

We continue the adventure with the direction to Semarang or Surabaya. Arriving at Semarang or Surabaya airport, you will continue your journey to the cradle of Indonesian culture, Bali. Welcome to the cradle city of Indonesian culture, Bali. Arriving in Bali, Transfer to the hotel in the Ubud area.

Meals: Breakfast

Accommodation:

A. Komaneka Bisma – Bisma Suite

B. Tejaprana Resort – Valley View Villa

C. Bucu View Resort – Valley Pool Villa

DAY 5:GOA GAJAH - TAMPAKSIRING - GUNUNG KAWI SEBATU - TEGALALANG ▼

At the right time, we will pick you up at your hotel and start our route to Goa Gajah, the Elephant Cave. Goa Gajah is quoted in the lontar, (manuscript on palm leaf) Nagarakertagama of 1635 as a Balinese place called Lwa Gajah (Elephant Water or River), the abode of a Buddhist priest. The entrance is formed by a monstrous head with an open mouth and two hands that seem to open the entrance like a theater curtain. Around there are fantastic figures sculpted from leaves, animals, waves and humans fleeing scared from the mouth. In this same site both Hindu and Buddhist elements have been found. In fact, the cave can attest to an ancient precursor of Hindu and Buddhist symbology that, today, broadly defines the culture of Bali. Afterwards, we will purify ourselves in Tirta Empul,a legendary setting for a traditional story about good versus evil. The Tirta Empul spring feeds several purification baths, swimming pools and fish ponds surrounding the outer perimeter, flowing into the Tukad Pakerisan River. Just before this tour ends, we will visit Gunung Kawi Sebatu Temple. It is one of the least visited temple complexes on the island of Bali, however, it is one of the most beautiful and peaceful. It features green gardens around ponds filled with blooming lotuses and carps, and ancient sanctuaries surrounded by crystal clear pools fed by natural springs. Finally before returning to our hotel in Ubud, we will stop at the famous rice terraces of Tegalalang where we will see the daily life of the locals and where you will find several swings to take pictures and take a precious memory of your time in Bali.

Meals: Breakfast

Accommodation:

A. Komaneka Bisma – Bisma Suite

B. Tejaprana Resort – Valley View Villa

C. Bucu View Resort – Valley Pool Villa

DAY 6:KEHEN TEMPLE - PANGLIPURAN VILLAGE - KINTAMANI

Our wonderful tour begins today at Kehen Temple. It is an ancient Hindu temple complex with unique architectural features. The steps extending from the ground to the courtyard and central hall of the temple are mythical figures of sandstone animals and Balinese folk statues. The walls of the temple are also adorned with Chinese porcelain dishes, which are a tribute to the historical relations between the local kingdom of Bali and China. Afterwards, we continue to Penglipuran, a village that managed to preserve its 75-hectare bamboo forest located in the northern part of the village. The members of this village have a strong commitment to the “ayahan desa” system, a philosophy committed to respecting the land on which the village is located. Then Panglipuran Village. We continue our march to reach Kintamani where we will enjoy the beautiful view of Danau Batur along with Gunung Batur in the background. Danau Batur is the largest lake in Bali that works as an irrigation source for all the farmers around it and the use for the entire Balinese society in general. Since 1800, Mount Batur has erupted more than 20 times and is still active till now. Mount Batur, with 1. 717 meters high, it is considered the female element, next to the male element of Mount Agung. We returned to the hotel to rest.

Meals: Breakfast

Accommodation:

A. Komaneka Bisma – Bisma Suite

B. Tejaprana Resort – Valley View Villa

C. Bucu View Resort – Valley Pool Villa

DAY 7:FREE DAY ▼

Today you will quietly enjoy your breakfast at the hotel and the rest of the day will be free for you. You can take advantage of the day for whatever you want, you can hire the service of a massage, enjoy a spa, walk and go shopping or simply relax and enjoy the hotel facilities. We are in Ubud, here you can stroll through the local market, visit the hundreds of craft design workshops, sculptures, paintings in the shops that are on each side of the street. It is a perfect day to learn more about the daily activities of the locals, find a café overlooking the jungle or cross paths with a mischievous monkey on Monkey Forest Street. At night there are performances of Balinese Dances, you can contact the hotel reception and request information to attend any of them. If you need recommendations of places to visit this day, do not hesitate to call us and we will advise you the best!

Meals: Breakfast

Accommodation:

A. Komaneka Bisma – Bisma Suite

B. Tejaprana Resort – Valley View Villa

C. Bucu View Resort – Valley Pool Villa

DAY 8:BALI - YOGYAKARTA - PRAMBANAN TEMPLE ▼

Breakfast at the hotel. At the appointed time, pick up to leave for the airport, from where you will take the regular flight to Yogyakarta.

Welcome to the cradle of Indonesian culture, Yogyakarta. A tourist destination for its ancient palaces, temples, batik workshops, gamelan music orchestras, court dances and wayang puppet shows. Upon arrival in Yogyakarta a representative of come2indonesia will be waiting for you with a sign indicating your name to start exploring this special city.

We will start heading to Candi Prambanan, the temple of the Hindus and classified as a World Heritage Site by Unesco since 1991. This temple was completed around 856 to commemorate the victory of the Sanjaya descendant of Siva, Rikai Pikatan over the last sovereign Sailendra of Central Java. Take your time to enjoy each carving in the rocks and feel the spirituality that each of the stones perched in this set of more than 200 Hindu temples that are dedicated to the Trimurti, the expression of God as the Creator, the Preserver and the Destroyer. After this first day in this special city, we will take you to your hotel.

Meals: Breakfast

Accommodation:

A. The Phoenix – Superior room

B. Gallery Prawirotaman – Superior room

C. Adhistana Hotel – Superior room

DAY 9:BOROBUDUR TEMPLE - YOGYAKARTA CITY TOUR ▼

This tour will make us lose ourselves in the authentic magic of Yogyakarta. One of the most beautiful and complete routes of the cultural capital of Indonesia. At the scheduled time, your guide will pick you up to start your tour of the Borobudur Temple (Candi Borobudur ) the great Stupa, the largest Buddhist monument in the world and one of the seven wonders. We will tour the temple, observing the hundreds and centennial statues of Buddha and observing how dozens of Buddhists come to preach from all over the world. Historically it was made during the relatively brief Sailendra dynasty of Central Java between 778 and 856 BC and is in constant restoration due to the breaks that the tremors of the neighboring Merapi volcano has been producing during its history.

After visiting one of the most important Buddhist temples in Southeast Asia, we continue our way to the heart of the city. We will visit the Keraton known as the Sultan’s Palace. The palace is a complex building two centuries old, located in the heart of the city. You will hear the song of the “freedom” of the birds in the bird market, we will visit the “Water Castle” that occupies the highest part at the northern end of the vast complex of Taman Sarithe Malioboro Street, main street of Yogyakarta, with its merchants, horse-drawn carriages, taxi-bikes and markets. An incredible experience that will make the hours fly by.

Meals: Breakfast

Accommodation:

A. The Phoenix – Superior room

B. Gallery Prawirotaman – Superior room

C. Adhistana Hotel – Superior room

DAY 10:YOGYAKARTA - JEPARA (NOT GUIDE) ▼

After a good breakfast we will pick you up and take you to the city of Jepara where we will spend the night is a magnificent hotel.

Meals: Breakfast

Accommodation:

A. D’Seasson Jepara – Business room

DAY 11:JEPARA - KARIMUNJAWA (NOT GUIDE) ▼

Your driver will pick you up at the hotel to catch the Karimunjawa by Express Bahari (etd 09.00 AM), Arrival at Karimunjawa port. Check in hotel and on your own.

Meals: Breakfast

Accommodation:

A. Brief Azzurine – Sea Hill Cottage

B. Java Paradise – Superior room

DAY 12:FREE DAY (NO GUIDE) ▼

On this day you will have all the time to yourself and enjoy the magnificent beaches offered by this island and enjoy its seabed in which many different spices live.

Meals: Breakfast

Accommodation:

A. Brief Azzurine – Sea Hill Cottage

B. Java Paradise – Superior room

DAY 13:KARIMUNJAWA - JEPARA - SEMARANG - JAKARTA - END OF ADVENTURE (NO GUIDE) ▼

Today is the last day in the archipelago. You will take the boat at 09.00 AM towards Jepara (By Express Bahari). You will arrive around 11.00 AM and they will be waiting to take you to Semarang to take you to the Airport where you will take the flight to Jakarta. Upon arrival, you will have to check-in, pass immigration and board your regular flight to Spain. We wish you a good trip and thank you for marking your footprints on this land by the hand of Come2Indonesia. Sampai jumpa!

Meals: Breakfast

Accommodation:-

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Price Includes

  • Flight Jakarta – Pangkalan Bun
  • Flight Pangkalan Bun – Denpasar (via Jakarta/Surabaya)
  • Flight Denpasar – Yogyakarta
  • Flight Semarang – Jakarta
  • 1 Night at the transit hotel in Jakarta (transfer by rideshare)
  • 3D2N Borneo Orangutan Tour based with private klotok
  • 6D5N Yogyakarta Karimunjawa. with private guide (Guide D1-D2)
  • 5 Nights hotel stay in Ubud
  • 2 Days Bali Tour with Private Guide
  • Airport transfers and other transfers as mentioned in the itinerary
  • Meals, accommodation and activities as mentioned in the itinerary.

Price Excludes

  • International flights. We can book them. Ask your travel agent.
  • Travel insurance (highly recommended)
  • Visa
  • Alcohol, soft drinks, personal expenses
  • Extra expenses due to causes beyond our control (force majeure) such as cancelled flights, natural disasters, illness, etc.
  • Everything not mentioned in "Includes"
Map Borneo Bali Yogyakarta Karimunjawa

FAQ

What is the best time to do this tour?

Note: During the months of December to March, western winds blow in the Karimunjawa Archipelago, creating huge waves that causes many cancellations of the ships that cross to the islands. Although a storm can occur at any time of the year, we do not advise clients to travel to Karimunjawa during those months due to the recurrence of bad weather in that period.

Our favorite time to travel to Indonesia is between April and October, although it is an excellent destination all year round that offers memorable experiences for all kinds of adventures. July to August is high season. In western and central Indonesia, the climate is warm and is the most popular time among travelers to come on vacation, but if you prefer to travel from October to April, the eastern part of Indonesia, such as Banda and Raja Ampat, would be the best choice.

If you want to have a relaxing trip with fewer crowds, the months of April to June and september to October are ideal and a little cheaper. If you can only travel in “high season” but want to avoid the crowd, don’t worry because Indonesia still has many places little traveled by mass tourism.

What to bring?

Tropical areas are usually warm and often sweaty places, especially if you have Borneo or Sulawesi included in your trip. Check out our guide on how to prepare your trip to Indonesia:

  • Comfortable and lightweight shirts and at least a pair of long sleeves.
  • Comfortable walking shoes or trekking specials if your trip includes some more demanding trekking.
  • Shorts and long pants.
  • Some pairs of socks.
  • Waterproof Jacket.

Depending on the type of trip, you may also need these on your What to bring list:

Diving trips:

  • Diving insurance.
  • Diving certificate.
  • Nitrox Certificate (for those using Nitrox)
  • Diving equipment except tanks and weights. Consult your travel expert to find out whether or not the equipment is included in your booking.
  • Swimsuit / diving suit.
  • DIN or INT adapter
  • Flashlight.
  • Sunscreen SPF +40.
  • Waterproof bags.

Land Travel and Trekking:

  • Small backpack for important items daily.
  • Travel insurance, covering hiking and sports risk.
  • Trekking shoes (check with your travel expert if you need a Goretex or just a walking shoe)
  • Jersey (as in some high-altitude areas such as Mount Bromo, the temperature can be as low as 0 degrees)
  • Small or front flashlight.
  • Valid passport with Visa (or check if you are allowed entry with Free Visa)
  • Waterproof bag to store all important documents.
  • All documents for your trip: travel vouchers, tickets, contact numbers.
  • Credit card (credit cards are widely accepted in restaurants and shops. But in some major cities, a small fee may apply)
  • Cash in euros or US dollars (you can switch to Rupee in local currency when you get here)
  • Camera, battery and charger.
  • Adapter (220V is used in Indonesia)
  • International driver’s license (if you plan to drive on your own)
  • Mosquito repellent with DEET.
  • Hygienic travel kits (mask, disinfectant or antivirus spray, etc.)

How to get to Denpasar?

By Plane

The gateway to enter Bali on a flight route is via Ngurah Rai International Airport. International and domestic flights are available throughout the day, to bring you to the Island of the Gods.

Bali Airport closes once a year for 24 hours to commemorate the Balinese Nyepi or Silence Day ceremony. During this day no one can go out on the streets, or work and rest is given to all electronic products as well as cars, motorcycles, boats or planes. It’s a day of instrospection, leaving the whole island in absolute silence and darkness. Check with your travel agent for the date that corresponds to each year (changes according to the moon) and the conditions you have to follow if you are in Bali that day.

By land

You can enter Bali by land from Java. If this is your case, you have to prepare for a long road.

By sea

Bali is accessible by ferry from Lombok in western Nusa Tenggara and from the Gilis Islands. In Lombok, you can explore the beauty of Rinjani Volcano (if you’re on demanding trekking) and the pristine beaches of the Gili Islands and South Lombok.
From the island of Java, you can reach Bali by taking a ferry from Banyuwangi.

Difficulty

We have classified our tours into 3 different types of difficulty. Always check which one is right for your condition. If you have any questions, you can consult our travel expert.

Easy: Suitable for most people in good health. These trips can include short walks for days with around 2 to 3 hours on good roads and at low altitude.

Medium: A reasonable level of physical or technical condition is required, as these trips may require sustained resistance levels and travel may include longer days of approximately 5-6 hours of activity and/or higher altitudes as well as snorkeling in strong currents.

Hard: These trips are physically demanding and more suitable for people with a high level of endurance, good level of physical condition and regular exercise. The days can last about 7-8 hours of activity, often at high altitudes, in remote regions and sometimes without a nearby support vehicle. Travelers may need to carry their backpack or travel with trekking at night without access to normal bathrooms or accommodations.

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