Ideal for all kinds of water activities, April through October is considered the best time to visit Indonesia. The weather is stunning, so you can explore magnificent Mount Rinjani National Park or climb Mount Borneo. The country sees heavy short downpours and high humidity between November and March. However, this is an excellent option for discovering a collection of temples, as they are much quieter during these months. In the low season, you can try famous smelly durian and scare the demons away during Perang Api in March. All in all, Indonesia is warm and mostly sunny throughout the year with its tropical climate.
A traditional tribute to Lord Indra, the protector of Tenganan village
An idyllic retreat spot at an official UNESCO World Heritage Site with clear turquoise water, green hills, endless blue skies, and striking pink sands
Go scuba diving in one of the most magnificent places in the world!
An enormous sunfish swimming around—the incredible diving experience
The most beautiful waterfall in Java and possibly all of Indonesia
Surfing in Bali may be an intimidating but awesome experience!
Pay a visit to an active volcano located in the "Sea of Sand"
Witness the mystical heavenly light coming in through the hole in the cave
The most expensive coffee in the world is produced in Indonesia in a very unusual way
Spend a few nights with an indigenous community to learn the cultural roots of many cultures of Southeast Asia
One of the best ways to explore the untouched beauty of Indonesia
Change the way you perceive these soft and slippery jellyfish by joining their underwater dance
Indonesia will amaze you with its avian world unlike any other
An abandoned church shaped like a giant chicken in the middle of the jungle
Tenggerese worshippers bring offerings to the crater of Mount Bromo volcano
A fascinating performance charms the audience and tells the story of the island
Start your morning with the freshest local fruits and vegetables for your healthy breakfast
Though not the highest one, this mountain is one of the most demanding in the world
Relax by the ocean on one of Java's white sandy beaches
Observe the largest and most dangerous of all living lizards
There are two perspectives from which you can look at trees—from the ground and from above. It is up to you to choose which you like more
This art from ancient times is fascinating even without understanding the language—enjoy the music and the mysterious dance of shadows!
The abode of Hindu gods and the tallest mountain on the island can be conquered with some effort
You never know which colours of the lakes you'll find when you reach up the top—it depends on the mood of the spirits inhabiting the waters
A former slum area has become an Instagram hit thanks to vivid paint colours
A volcanic plain called Abode of the Gods thanks to its heavenly beauty
Witness various stages of chocolate production in Indonesia
Climb the second largest volcano in Indonesia to see the most stunning views on Lombok Island
Visit one of the most deadly volcanoes in the world while it's still in a peaceful state
Black orchids are a rare and fascinating flower not to be missed!
Conquer the highest volcano in South-East Asia
Explore one of the most beautiful islands in Indonesia
A true paradise for any kind of surfer with stunning beaches and nature
The kite festival that sends a message to the Hindu gods
One of the biggest jazz events in Southern Hemisphere
The kissing festival for the singles
This tiny animal is unlike any other deer in the world
An extreme tradition to celebrate the rice harvest
Witness one of the most spectacular cultural events in the world and taste the life in Papua New Guinea
The colourful festival celebrates Indonesian culture and heritage
The Fire War to scare the demons away!
A time when life slows down in the cities, so people can feast and celebrate
Considered to be the king of the fruits, this smelly fruit tastes like nothing you've had before!
Muḥarram is the first and the holiest month of the Islamic calendar. It's a national holiday in Indonesia, and in many regions it is marked with festivals and special events
Check out the most exquisite ways to celebrate NYE in Indonesia
Visit iconic lush green rice paddies where farming is still done the same way it was hundreds of years ago
The biggest cultural event of the year on Bali
Try diving with the beautiful and huge manta ray fish
The scuba diving heaven of Indonesia is like no other place on earth
A picturesque Hindu temple is one of the most popular photo spots in Bali, especially at sunset
People dance, jump, sing, pierce their skin, and experience trance. You can join them or you can just stand aside and watch
Generally rivers in Bali are all class II and III, but during the wet season they may rise up to class IV
Delve into regional peculiarities of Easter celebration in Indonesia
Ring in New Year dancing on the beach and swimming in the warm ocean
Considered to be the queen of fruits, mangosteen is a perfect buddy for the durian!
Celebrated by millions of Chinese Indonesians this holiday brings lots of color and joy
A vibrant Dayak ethnic festival, marking the end of the harvest season in Sarawak, Malaysia and West Kalimantan, Indonesia