See the best of Bali on this short but thrilling getaway. Your tour of this lush tropical island starts in the artistic and cultural center of Ubud. Then you'll soar high above the jungle treetops on a day trip to Bali Swing and enjoy a snorkeling excursion off the coast of Nusa Lembongan Island. Visit ancient temples, sample Indonesian seafood, experience Balinese-style nightlife, or relax on the beach in the resort town of Seminyak before the trip comes to an end.
Indonesia 5-Day Tours & Itineraries
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This photogenic 5-day trip takes you to some of Indonesia's best beaches. Spend the first few days exploring the island of Lombok, stopping to learn about Sasak indigenous traditions in a fishing village before going snorkeling in the aquamarine waters off Gili Nanggu. Then you'll jet over to Komodo Island and board a short cruise through Komodo National Park. Island-hopping through the park's island chain, you'll sunbathe on the famed Pink Beach, explore coral reefs on a snorkeling excursion, and spot Komodo dragons in the wild.
Explore Java on this 5-day tour around the island's cultural monuments and pristine natural landscapes. Base yourself in Yogyakarta for the first few days, home to the world's largest Buddhist temple. Then continue on to Surakarta, also known as Solo, to shop for batik and attend a traditional Javanese cultural show. Round out the adventure with a trekking day around the slopes of Mount Lawu, hiking to a pair of historic temples and a beautiful waterfall.
Bali is world-famous for its gorgeous natural scenery and elegant architecture. This 5-day itinerary offers an overview, taking you to some of Bali's most picturesque temples — including a sea temple and a "floating temple" — framed by striking landscapes. Visit rolling green rice terraces, hike to the towering Sekumpul Waterfall, and take in spectacular views at the "Gateway to Heaven" temple at Pura Lempuyang. You'll relax in the tropical gardens of Tirta Gangga, a royal bathing complex in the highlands, before spending the last night of the trip in the peaceful countryside retreat of Sidemen.
Take in the natural beauty of Indonesia's islands, from stunning rock formations to dreamy sunsets, on this 5-day adventure. Traveling by boat, you'll divide your time between the islands of Nusa Penida and Bali. Visit an underground temple and snorkel with manta rays offshore Nusa Penida before cruising over to Bali for a few days of hiking, surfing, and sunbathing on world-class beaches. Finish the trip with a night out on the town in Seminyak — a lively way to end this whirlwind island tour!
Base yourself in Bali's cultural capital for this quick and adventurous Indonesian getaway. Surrounded by rainforest and rice terraces, Ubud is the perfect jumping-off point for five days of cycling through iconic landscapes, visiting monkeys at a sacred sanctuary, and snorkeling in the waters around the island. Swim with elephants at a jungle river, take in a traditional dance performance at Ubud Palace, and shop 'til you drop at several of Ubud's famous artisan markets.
Bali is home to some of Indonesia's most beautiful beaches, and you'll visit some of the very best on this whirlwind five-day tour. Based on the island's spectacular Bukit Peninsula, you'll have plenty of time for sun and surf in between visiting local temples, sampling some of the island's delicious food, and enjoying a traditional dance performance.
Feed your body, soul, and spirit on this restful yet invigorating five-day trip to the Indonesian island of Bali. Enjoy the beaches and nightlife of Seminyak, surf the famous waves of South Bali, and experience traditional Balinese spa rituals. Practice yoga at sunrise with a spectacular view, take part in a purification ritual at a sacred temple, and watch the sunset over the Indian Ocean from the cliffside Rock Bar Bali.
Dive headfirst into Balinese life with a five-day tour encompassing cooking, culture, and adventure. You'll spend the majority of your time in the upland town of Ubud, famed for its crafts and traditions. There, you'll visit a local market, meet and cook alongside a Balinese family, and enjoy some of the island's iconic landmarks—both natural and human-made—before heading home.