Located in the heart of Java island, Yogyakarta is known for its vibrant artistic treasures, rich cultural history, and rare natural wonders. The only city still ruled by a monarchy, Yogyakarta – as it is commonly known – is often overshadowed by its more touristy counterparts. However, in recent years, it has put itself on the map as a must-see destination. Discover its flourishing beauty with a 4-day tour to Yogyakarta to experience it for yourself.
4D3N Yogyakarta Tour, Indonesia
- Transportation: private air-conditioned car
- Jeep to Mount Merapi, jeep at Timang Beach and Gondola
- Accommodation: 4-star hotel with breakfasts
- Attraction: entrance tickets and admission fees
- English speaking driver
- Mineral water
- Flight tickets
- Tips for driver and guide
- High Season surcharge
- Lunches and dinners
- Travel insurance
- Personal Expenses
- Visas (if needed)
Add-on & Surcharges
- High Season hotel surcharge: $10/pax/night
- High Season: 2 Jan , 24 Jan - 27 Jan, 22 May - 31 May 2020
- Minimal 2 pax to go.
- This tour is without tour guide, please contact us for quotes if you wish to have English speaking tour guide.
- Message us at the bottom right or WhatsApp +65 8671 0532 for inquiries.
- The itinerary is subject to change due to weather or other reasons. In case of discrepancy, the actual schedule shall prevail. Comelah reserves the right of final interpretation.
- Cancellation & Transfer Policy
Kalasan Temple is believed as the oldest Buddhist temple in Central Java and Yogyakarta, even predating the colossal Borobudur Temple. It is located on the southern main road between the cities of Yogyakarta and Solo, approximately 2 Km from the Prambanban Temple compound. The temple stands on a 45x45 meters rectangular base.
Kraton of Yogyakarta
The Kraton of Yogyakarta is a palace complex located in the city of Yogyakarta, Yogyakarta Special Region, Indonesia. It serves as a center of Javanese culture, and contains a museum displaying artefacts of princely provenance
Tamansari Water Castle
Located near the Kraton, this place was also known as the garden for the Sultan of Yogyakarta. Tamansari was originally built for multiple purposes yet now only several buildings remain. In this present day, some of its buildings have now become homes for local residents and only the mosque, resting and bathing space, and underground tunnels are accessible by tourists.
Prambanan is a magnificent spectacle and an icon of Indonesia’s cultural heritage. The temples at Prambanan were built in the 9th century. After hundreds of years of neglect, the Prambanan temple was rediscovered by CA Lons, a Dutchman, in 1733. Since then, this temple has been revitalized and today is widely regarded as the most beautiful and graceful Hindu temple in Indonesia. The grandeur, complexity, and integrated architectural concept of Prambanan makes this a truly amazing structure.
The magnificent Borobudur temple is the world’s biggest Buddhist monument, an ancient site widely considered to be one of the world’s seven wonders. The temple sits majestically on a hilltop overlooking lush green fields and distant hills. Built in the 9th century during the reign of the Syailendra dynasty, the temple’s design in Gupta architecture reflects India's influence on the region, yet there are enough indigenous scenes and elements incorporated to make Borobudur uniquely Indonesian.
Jomblang is a vertical cave with thick ancient forest inside. A forest with different vegetation from the land above it. The vegetations still exist due to the water from Kalisuci river at the bottom of the cave. A 300 meter street with its attractive all-natural accessory will certainly bring you to the edge of Gua Grubug (Grubug Cave), an area where you can see light from paradise.
Timang beach consists of two parts of the coast . The first part of the east side is a white sandy beach. The second part of the west shaped rocks are steep ( hill ) directly adjacent to the sea . In this section there are views of the island or a large stone across the beach . Panjang Island is known as the best place to hunting lobster by the local community .Timang Beach and Panjang Island are connected via cable car which is driven on the rope that connects the beach to the top of the island. The ropes used are diameter of 4 cm and has a length of approximately 200 meters. The cable cars have regular maintenance to ensure its safety.
Mount Merapi is an active volcano located on the border between Central Java and Yogyakarta provinces, Indonesia. It is one of the world's most active and dangerous volcanoes.
Day 1: Pengger Pine Forest - Kalasan Temple - Kraton - Tamansari Water Castle
Pick up at Adisutjipto International Airport, our tour guide will greet you at the airport pick-up point.
Start our tour visit to Yogyakarta Pengger Pine Forest, Kalasan Temple, Kraton of Yogyakarta and Tamansari Water Castle.
Finish tour and transfer to Hotel Neo Malioboro for check-in.
Day 2: Mount Merapi Day tour
Wake up early to visit one of the world's most active volcano - Mount Merapi by a jeep. Enjoy the sunrise and the day tour.
Day 3: Jomblang Cave - Timang Beach
Pick up from your hotel in the morning and depart to Jomblang cave.
Continue to Timang Beach to enjoy the rocky beach and ride the traditional Gondola.
Day 4: Borobudur - Prambanan
Hotel check out. Depart to Borobudur in the early morning and watch the magnificent sunrise.
After sunrise drive to Prambanan.
Transfer to hotel in Yogyakarta/Adisutjipto international airport.
Passport: Six Month Validity
Air-ticket: Hard copy of your round-trip air-ticket
Outfits: Beside summer wear, please bring windbreaker or jacket and scarf as the weather might get cold.
Sunscreen: sunscreen is essential for hiking due to high UV risk
Personal medication and first-aid kits.
a. Currency, 1 SGD ≈10000 IDR.
b. Recommend exchange IDR (SGD 60-100) for local expense
c. Meal Plans: SGD 5-10/pax for local restaurant in Indonesia
d. Round trip horse rides SGD 15/pax (optional)
e. Gift & Souvenir, SGD 20-40
f. SIM card, Telkomsel simPATI Indonesia (recommended)