Indonesia 2017-06-26T17:31:29+02:00


The Republic of Indonesia is the largest archipelago in the world with close to 18 000 large and small tropical islands fringed with white sandy beaches, many still uninhabited and a number that are even unnamed. Indonesia still has many unexplored islands with grand mountain views, green rainforests to trek through, rolling waves to surf and deep blue pristine seas where you can dive or swim with dugongs, dolphins and manta rays.

Being a tropical country, Indonesia is blessed with two seasons, namely dry and rainy. The dry season usually occurs from June to September and the rainy season occurs from October to May. Sunshine is abundant year round although it can be cloudy during the rainy season.

Choose to hang out in vibrant Bali or explore the quieter Gili Islands, Lombok or Sumbawa. Grab a bunch of mates and charter a boat in the Mentawai Islands or hang out at a land camp in this playground of surf.




One of the most popular islands in Indonesia, Bali is known throughout the world as a paradise island. Its palm fringed shores, sun-drenched beaches, cooking surf, rustic villages, majestic temples and magnificent mountains make this island a “must visit” destination.

It’s a place which offers something for everyone, surfing, snorkelling, swimming with dolphins, relaxing or sunbathing on the beach, mountain biking, hiking, visiting temples, monkey forests, volcanoes, rice paddies, shopping, partying and way more! The friendly and relaxed locals will always try and make your stay as easy and stress-free as possible.

From Canggu to Uluwatu, Bingin to Nusa Dua, Ubud to Keramas and Balangan to Nusa Lembongan, there are literally thousands of places to stay on this magical island and it would be impossible to list them all. We have access to some fantastic accommodation across the whole island so get in touch and we’ll get you to the right place for the right price.


Surfing’s Disneyland situated off the west coast of Sumatra offers an incredible density of world class waves breaking off unspoilt and remote islands. If you’ve been then you’re no doubt planning your next trip and if you haven’t yet visited, then what are you waiting for? We offer a wide variety of charter boats and land camps throughout the archipelago so have a look at the options, get in touch and we’ll make it all come together!