Java Overland

Java is a large island with many attractions. It is not always easy to determine which parts of Java you must visit. There are some factors you should consider:
How many days you have to travel;
Where are most interests in;
How is your physical condition (some activities require good physical health) .

Java OverlandWhen traveling through Java, you must keep in mind that you are traveling a lot. Not all sites are close together. Therefore, we give advice to our customers that when they make a choice it is advised to plan rest days and try to ensure that you stay min 2 nights at one places if possible. More information about Java Overland

In addition, you can also think about, for example to skip the west part of Java and focus only on Yogyakarta area, or Yogyakarta and East Java.

We are often asked by people if we can organize a tour for Sumatra, Java and Bali, but they only have 2-2.5 weeks. We almost always respond with the advise to skip one island, because physically it is very heavy to visit all three islands in such a short time, but also traveling so quickly makes you miss the really nice and beautifull details which makes Indonesia so special. Therefore choose Sumatra – Java or Java – Bali for example. Why at least Java?? …. Because Java, especially for people who travel to Indonesia for the first time, shows a very clear picture of Indonesia.

Java OverlandBelow you can find some classic routes. These routes are showed to give you an idea how you could travel. Don’t forget that these are just examples Java Overland and we are able to make a totally customised program.
For more information, I recommend you to follow the links at your left side, or go back to the information: West Java , Central Java , Yogyakarta , East Java. Here you can also find specific places that are not included in the standard sample itineraries below (for example Pacitan, or Krakatau).

Example Overland Routes

Example
1 Arrival Jakarta
2 Jakarta
3 Jakarta – Bogor
4 Bogor
5 Bogor – Bandung
6 Bandung
7 Bandung – Garut
8 Garut
9 Garut – Pagandaran
10 Pagandaran
11 Pagandaran – Dieng
12 Dieng – Yogyakarta
13 Yogyakarta
14 Yogyakarta
15 Yogyakarta
16 Yogyakarta – Tawangmanggu
17 Tawangmanggu – Malang
18 Malang
19 Malang – Bromo
20 Bromo – Kalibaru
21 Kalibaru
22 Kalibaru – Sukamade
23 Sukamade – Bali

Example
1 Arival Jakarta – Bogor
2 Bogor
3 Bogor – Bandung
4 Bandung
5 Bandung – Garut
6 Garut
7 Garut – Bandung
8 Bandung – Yogyakarta
9 Yogyakarta
10 Yogyakarta
11 Yogyakarta
12 Yogyakarta-Tawangmanggu
13 Tawangmanggu – Malang
14 Malang
15 Malang – Bromo
16 Bromo – Kalibaru
17 Kalibaru
18 Kalibaru – Sukamade
19 Sukamade – Bali

Example
1 Arrival Jakarta – Bogor
2 Bogor
3 Bogor – Bandung
4 Bandung
5 Bandung – Pangandaran
6 Pangandaran
7 Pagandaran – Yogyakarta
8 Yogyakarta
9 Yogyakarta
10 Yogyakarta
11 Yogyakarta – Tawangmanggu
12 Tawangmanggu – Malang
13 Malang – Bromo
14 Bromo – Kalibaru
15 Kalibaru
16 Kalibaru – Ijen – Bali

Example
1 Arrival Jakarta – Bogor
2 Bogor
3 Bogor – Bandung
4 Bandung
5 Bandung – Pangandaran
6 Pangandaran
7 Pagandaran – Yogyakarta
8 Yogyakarta
9 Yogyakarta
10 Yogyakarta
11 Yogyakarta – Tawangmanggu
12 Tawangmanggu – Malang
13 Malang – Bromo
14 Bromo – Ijen
15 Ijen – Bali

Example
1 Arrival Jakarta
2 Jakarta – Bogor
3 Bogor – Bandung
4 Bandung
5 Bandung – Pangandaran
6 Pagandaran
7 Pagandaran – Yogyakarta
8 Yogyakarta
9 Yogyakarta
10 Malang
11 Malang – Bromo
12 Bromo – Surabaya

Example
1 Yogyakarta
2 Yogyakarta
3 Yogyakarta – Malang
4 Malang
5 Malang – Bromo
6 Bromo – IJen
7 IJen – Bali

Example
1 Yogyakarta
2 Yogyakarta
3 Yogyakarta – Bromo
4 Bromo – IJen
5 IJen – Ketapang

Example
1 Yogyakarta
2 Yogyakarta – Bromo
4 Bromo – Surabaya