Bali has many names: “The Island of Gods”, “The Last World Paradise”, “The Island of Thousand Temples”. These are just some of many epithets. This beautiful island combines everything what you need for a successful holiday. Perfect nature and beautiful beaches, and also interesting traditions. Religious festivals you meet everywhere create a magical atmosphere and make your holiday in Bali unforgettable.
Yogyakarta, more often called Yogya, is the heart of Indonesia. Here you can visit Borobudur and Prambanan, which are among the oldest Buddhist buildings in the world and originate from the 9th-9th century BC. Prambanan consists of 4 temple complexes: Prambanan, Sewu, Bubrah and Lumbung. Borobudur is a stone pyramid with 504 Buddha statues and 1460 reliefs with scenes from the Buddha’s life.
The small island of Lombok is located on the east of Bali. In the central part of the island you can see famous Rinjani volcano with its crater lake. Not far from the volcano you will find fantastic Okokokok waterfall, surrounded by lush tropical vegetation. White sandy beaches, coral reefs, mountains, quiet villages are an ideal place for those who love peace and quiet.
Sumatra is the fifth largest island in the world. Due to the volcanoes, which are still active, several hundred kilometers of beaches are covered with dark sand and the island is full of clean crater lakes. Due to the turbulent past, most of ancient temples and palaces have been transformed into ruins. Despite this, Sumatra has many exciting places to visit, such as Parapat Resort, Istana Maimun Palace, royal tombs and palaces on Samosir island.
Indonesia is full of volcanoes. More than 500 of them are on the islands: 129 are active and 79 erupt rather often. Java is particularly known for its volcanoes. 30 of 120 volcanoes are active in this volcanic chain, which is one of the most active in the world. The most famous volcano in Indonesia is Krakatoa, located between the islands of Java and Sumatra.