Passport & Visa Information
Do I need a Visa to enter Indonesia?
Maybe: Indonesia has now scraped visa’s for 169 nationalities including citizens of the UK, all EU countries, New Zealand, Australia, the United States and Canada. However this is only if you enter the country into any of the countries international airports or 80 sea ports.
How to get an Indonesian Visa?
If by the small possibility, you do need a visa for Indonesia then this can be obtained by two ways:
1) On Arrival – You can get a visa on arrival at both International airports and most sea ports. A tourist visa costs $35 and is valid for a period of 30 days.
2) In Advance (Embassy) – You can obtain your visa for Indonesia in advance by visiting your nearest embassy. The visa will cost you the same amount as getting it on arrival.
Please make sure that your passport does not expire within 6 months of your holiday. And that your passport has at least two full clean pages.
If applying for a visa on arrival please make sure that you have 2 passport photographs with you.
For every day you are in the country without a valid visa you will have to pay a fine per day.
Please note that you are no longer need to pay an airport departure tax as this is included in your airline ticket.
The Lovina Bali Indonesia
4 Star – Bali
Nestled on picturesque beach, between the Bedugul mountain range as a back drop and the beautiful Bali sea in front. This resort has thought of it all and offers the visitor impeccable service and wonderfully designed modern rooms. This tropical island gem is surrounded by various attractions from dolphin watching from your doorstep to trekking through breath taking rice fields, cooling off in cascading waterfalls and relaxing in nearby hot springs. There is no better retreat anywhere in the area.
Dunsun Jogja Village Inn Indonesia
4 Star – Yogyakarta
The Dusun Jogja is wonderful secret oasis located in a great location with in Yogyakarta city. This hotel is all about service and making you feel comfortable when you are away. The staff are amount the most friendliest and alert that we have encountered and a stay here is a complete joy. The rooms are tastefully designed, with some offering interconnecting rooms perfect for families. The pool is centrally located set amongst a small secret garden. Making your stay here very pleasant indeed.
Elephant Lodge Indonesia
4 Star – Bali
Set within a magical and remarkable elephant sanctuary you have the opportunity to get so close to these wondaful gentle giants. The hotel design is a delight as all of the rooms have been raised to allow you to walk from your door and straight on to your personal elephant that take you through the park. Everything has been thought from the modern amenities in the rooms to the quality of the food and the exceptional service. Love Elephants then this hotel is simply a must.
Sempiak Villas Indonesia
4 Star – Lombok
Enjoy stunning panoramic beach views of the stunning Selong Belanak Bay, from your elevated hill side retreat. If you are looking for perfection on the eyes then things don’t get closer than this. Sempiak Villas are the only luxury villas on the island, each one carefully constructed from natural wood that fit seamlessly into their surroundings. Perfect for honeymooners or a romantic holiday away, boutique beachside hotels don’t get much better than this.
Manulalu Villa Indonesia
2 Star – Flores
If hotels were priced by their surroundings then the panoramic views of the mountains, lush valleys and blue sea in the distance then this hotel would be very expensive indeed. Do not be put off by the low rating as the rooms are nicely decorated, clean and have very comfy duvets, which are needed as it does get cold at night being located high up in the rolling hills. With only 6 rooms, Manulalu Villa is a very intimate experience and after staying you will yearn to come back and stay again as the villa has a remarkable aura about it.
Wae Rebo Homestay Indonesia
Home Stay – Flores
For anyone that has even just a small sense of adventure and in trepidation then a trek up to Wae Rebo village is an absolute must. This really is the very best home stay in the world and that is a very bold statement to make. But experiencing local traditional life, eating as a community and meeting the village chief and elders are memories that you will remember for a life time. This is a truly magical traditional homestay and is simply a must for anyone visiting the picturesque island of Flores.