Jane Anderson, Honeymoon expert Jane's verdict
All I can say about these incredible honeymoons is that you’d better be ready for a series of sensory overloads. The first time I went to Indonesia I was bowled over by its staggering beauty and vibrant culture. It's the perfect destination for couples who like to combine luxury with adventure. Well worth getting married for!

Recommended tour operator: Selective Asia

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Selective Asia says

We have one word for honeymoons in Indonesia – wow! We have crafted some honeymoon itineraries to take your breath away but, of course, our expert team will also ensure that we create your perfect honeymoon, tailored to fit your dreams, budget and timeframe.

  • Komodo Dragons
  • Luxury hotels
  • Unique experiences

To showcase a few ideas, take a look at Bali and Komodo in style for example. You will spend a few nights in dreamy Ubud, followed by a couple of nights in a valley on the slopes of Mount Agung before heading to embark on a seven night cruise around Bali, Komodo and Flores. Highlights include snorkelling over Makassar Reef, swimming with whale sharks and, of course, searching for Komodo Dragons on Rinca Island.

Insiders Indonesia is more of a get-under-the-skin adventure across the Molucca Archipelago. From learning to cook Sulawesi-style to spotting saltwater crocodiles, diving the famed Raja Ampat reefs and simply chilling out on remote Kri Island – it’s a two week honeymoon packed with memories in the making.

If you prefer the idea of some relaxed island-hopping, we suggest Bali and Lombok with Ease – with hotels selected to match your preference whether it’s unadulterated wall-to-wall luxury or barefoot toes in the sand simplicity.

The best months to travel are between April and October.

Check out more details on our Indonesia itineraries and other honeymoon ideas in Asia.

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