What myths and legends are there in Indonesia

Volcanoes, gods and legends

1: Yogyakarta – Magelang


Arrival in Yogyakarta short transfer to Magelang, past the smoking volcano Merapi. Overnight at the foot of the Borobudur temple complex.

2: Magelang

The morning belongs to the Buddhist wonder of the world from the 9th century. The oldest surviving temple complexes in Java are located on the mountainous plateau of Dieng. Hot springs and steaming craters are evidence of the high volcanic activity in this area.

3: Yogyakarta Solo

Sultan's palace, batik and silver handicrafts as well as the mysterious wayang kulit are part of the rich cultural heritage of the sultanate. The temple complex of Prambanan with its enchanting Shiva temple is a pure pleasure.

4: Solo Malang

The first stage of the day is done by train. The landscape on the way east will inspire you. At Mojokerto, explore the little-known Trowulan Temple.

5: Malang Mount



we will show you the most beautiful city in Java, as Malang is called. Drive on through an impressive landscape to the region of the Bromo volcano.

6: Mount Bromo – Ijen

In the early morning hours ascent to the crater rim for the overwhelming sunrise. Train ride along plantations to the eastern end of the island.

7: Ijen – Pemuteran

Today you will meet the sulfur carriers of Ijen while you hike to the turquoise crater lake in the morning. The ferry continues to Bali. Short transfer to Pemuteran on the island of gods and demons.

8: Pemuteran

Pure relaxation in the quiet beach town is on the program today.

On Menjangan Island you can be enchanted by the underwater world if you wish.

9: north coast – south coast

Into the cultural heart of Bali. Beautiful landscapes with giant trees, ferns, lianas, mysterious lakes and lonely temples accompany you on today's journey before you reach Ubud or the south coast.