Bali Yoga and Meditation
Looking for a proper chill out sesh? Balinese yoga is the way to go Real Gapper! During your time on ...
Bali Building and Renovation Volunteers
Pull your sleeves up Real Gapper, it's time to get stuck in! Make a difference to a Balinese community and ...
Bali Teaching Volunteers
Based in the North of Bali in the quiet and relaxing coastal town of Lovina, you’ll be living and volunteering ...
Jakarta to Ubud
Don't be fooled into thinking Indonesia is 'just another island getaway'. Because the scale of experiences you'll have in this ...
Bangkok to Bali
Travel from Bangkok to Singapore on a voyage of discovery, soaking up traditional cultures and revelling in the exotic flavours ...
Gap year Indonesia
Indonesia brings the gap year traveller the gift of almost endless variety. An archipelago of more than 17,000 islands, which could be beach paradise or dense jungle and might contain anything from the highest-luxury resort to a remote tribe of headhunters. Among them are Bali, Borneo, Java and Komodo – Indonesia is surely the most exotic place on Earth.
Adventure travel Indonesia
Indonesia will challenge the hardiest of adventure travel aficionados. You can go trekking with monkeys, leopards and orang-utans through the deep jungles of Sumatra and Papua, travel through the headhunter’s stamping ground of Borneo by klotok (motor canoe), swim with whale sharks at Pulau Weh or seek out the dragons of Komodo. All this and smoking volcanoes and ultra-vivid marine life too.
Student travel Indonesia
Indonesia remains relatively cheap for student travel, and the islands tend to be easy to get around. If you’re looking for R&R, Bali is a world-renowned party spot, and there’s plenty here to satisfy your cultural needs, including the artistic centres of Ubud and Yogyakarta and the colossal Buddhist monuments of Borobudur on Java.
Volunteer work Indonesia
If you really want to explore the rich culture of Indonesia, consider getting involved with volunteer work. There are great opportunities to do valuable work helping with the country’s rural communities.