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Peregrine Travel is pleased to offer custom tour packages throughout Indonesia. Please contact us for more information.

Customize your travel

In addition to the tour packages, we are happy to customize tours for you:

  • Add other cities to the packages
  • Extend stays in selected cities
  • Customize an itinerary for you that combine any of the following cities:
    • China, Hong Kong, Japan, Vietnam, Cambodia, Japan, Indonesia, Malaysia, Singapore, Thailand, United Arab Emirates (UAE), Australia, New Zealand, Philippines, Saudi Arabia, Fiji, India and others.

Indonesia Highlights

  • Gitgit Waterfall

    Description: Gitgit Waterfall is located on the north of Bali, Indonesia, not too far from Lovina and the old island capital Singaraja. This is truly a scenic site, not to be missed if you visit Bali. Located on the left side of the main road to Singaraja from Denpasar, just as the road begins to head down the mountain to Singaraja, it is easily accessible. It takes quite a long walk past a myriad of sarong and handicraft stalls but is definitely worth the trip! Aside from the waterfall's majestic beauty, it beholds a visual revelation. Try looking into the cascades of water for a minute or so, and then look at one of the rocks. May sound cryptic, but you will not be disappointed!

  • Kuta

    Description: Kuta is a former fishing village and one of the first towns on Bali to see substantial tourist development. As a beach resort, it remains one of Indonesia's major tourist destinations. It is known internationally for its long sandy beach, varied accommodation, many restaurants and bars, and many renowned surfers who visit from Australia. It is located near Bali's Ngurah Rai Airport. Kuta is now the center of an extensive tourist-oriented urban area that merges into the neighboring towns. Legian, to the north, is the commercial hub of Kuta and the site of many restaurants and entertainment spots. Most of the area's big beachfront hotels are in the southern section of Tuban.

  • Mount Batur (Gunung Batur)

    Description: Mount Batur is an active volcano located at the center of two concentric calderas north west of Mount Agung, Bali, Indonesia. The south east side of the larger caldera contains a caldera lake. The inner 7.5-kilometer-wide caldera, which was formed during emplacement of the Bali (or Ubud) ignimbrite, has been dated at about 23,670 and 28,500 years ago. The caldera contains an active, 700-metre-tall stratovolcano rising above the surface of Lake Batur. Historical eruptions have been characterized by mild-to-moderate explosive activity sometimes accompanied by lava emission. Mount Batur has in recent years become a popular tourist destination not only for the beauty of the surrounding lands and the thrill of venturing so near a volcano, but to the relatively straightforward trail leading to the summit of the central crater. On September 20, 2012, UNESCO made Mount Batur Caldera a part of the Global Geopark Network.

  • Tanah Lot

    Description: Tanah Lot is a rock formation off the Indonesian island of Bali. It is home of a pilgrimage temple, the Tanah Lot Temple, and is a popular tourist destination and cultural icon. In the Balinese language, Tanah Lot means "land sea," perhaps named so because of the way the temple sits on a large offshore rock that has been shaped over the years by the ocean tide. According to local legend, the temple's creation came about when 15th-century priest Nirartha saw the rock-island's beautiful setting and rested there during his travels. Some fishermen saw him, and bought him gifts. Later he spoke to the fishermen and told them to build a shrine on the rock for he felt it to be a holy place to worship the Balinese sea gods.

  • The Mother Temple of Besakih

    Description: The Mother Temple of Besakih is the largest and holiest temple of Agama Hindu Dharma in Bali, Indonesia and one of a series of Balinese temples. The temple is actually a complex made up of twenty-two temples that sit on parallel ridges. It has stepped terraces and flights of stairs that ascend to a number of courtyards and brick gateways that lead up to the main spire Meru structure, which is called Pura Penataran Agung. All this is aligned along a single axis and designed to lead the spiritual upward and closer to the mountain which is considered sacred. Annually there are at least seventy festivals held at the complex each year since there is a yearly anniversary celebrating almost every shrine. This yearly cycle is based on the 210-day Balinese calendar system.

  • Tirta Gangga

    Description: Tirta Gangga is a village and palace in eastern Bali, Indonesia, particularly known for its water palace owned by Karangasem royalty. The water palace is a maze of pools and fountains surrounded by a lush garden, stone carvings and statues. The one hectare complex was built in 1946 by the late King of Karangsem but was destroyed almost entirely by the eruption of nearby Mount Agung in 1963. It has been lovingly re-built and restored and has an air of authentic royal magnificence. The centerpiece of the palace is an eleven tiered fountain and there are many beautiful carvings and statues adorning the gardens.

  • Tirtha Empul Temple

    Description: Tirtha Empul Temple is a Hindu temple in the middle of Bali Island, Indonesia, famous for its holy water where Hindu Bali people go for purification. Tirtha Empul Temple was built in 926 A.D. during the Warmadewa dynasty (from the 10th to 14th centuries), at a site where there was a large water spring. On the left side of the temple is a modern villa on the hill. Built for President Sukarno's visit in 1954, it is now used as a rest house for important guests.

  • Ubud

    Description: Ubud is a town on the Indonesian island of Bali in Ubud District, located amongst rice paddies and steep ravines in the central foothills of the Gianyar regency. One of Bali's major arts and culture centers, it has developed a large tourism industry. Ubud has a population of about 30,000 people, but it is becoming difficult to distinguish the town itself from the villages that surround it. On August 2010, the film Eat, Pray, Love, which starred Julia Roberts, was released in theaters, and took place at Ubud and Padang-Padang Beach at Bali.

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