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Last minute deals to Indonesia, the idyllic island oasis
Book last minute deals to Indonesia with Voyage Prive and discover more about this country's astounding natural beauty and fascinating culture.
Stunning islands steeped with culture
The cluster of Indonesian islands stretching between Asia and Australia is a tropical paradise that is home to some of the world's most breathtaking scenery and sights. From National Parks teeming with wildlife to volcanoes, to ancient Buddhist temples to cities lying between rice fields, it's a must if you're looking for a memorable escape.
Visit volcanoes and spot spectacular wildlife
No last minute deal to Indonesia would be complete without seeing some of the natural beauty it is famed for. Marvel at the amazing sight of white smoke billowing out of Gunung Bromo, an active volcano in East Java. Snorkel in the Bunaken Marine Park, situated north of Sulawesi island, where 70% of all fish species inhabiting the western Pacific Ocean can be found. Or if you prefer looking out at the water as opposed to swimming in it, you will find many white sand beaches on the Gili Islands at Lombok to relax on.
Take a break from the sea and sand by paying a visit to Tanjung Puting National Park on Borneo, where you may be lucky enough to see clouded leopards, sun bears and maybe even orangutans. Komodo National Park in the Lesser Sunda Islands is home to the largest living reptile on the planet, the Komodo Dragon.
See the city, the temple and Indonesian architecture
During your trip with a last minute deal to Indonesia, for a slice of authentic Indonesian culture, stop by the city of Ubud in Bali, which is just visible between the rising rice fields. While wandering between art galleries and shops, watch as locals perform in music and dance shows. The abandoned Buddhist temple Borobudur, situated on Java and built in the 8th and 9th centuries, is a world-famous tourist attraction that is well worth a visit. Why not take a trip over to the region of Torajaland in South Sulawesi afterwards, where you can see the tongkonan houses with peaked roofs that were built by the Toraja people? It will be an opportunity to learn more about the traditional Indonesian way of life.
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