bantentour 2d1n

Posted: March 17, 2012 in Uncategorized

Pangandaran 3D2N

Posted: April 8, 2011 in Uncategorized





White sand beaches, world-class surf, coral reefs and spas galore – yes, this is a fun-in-the-sun retreat…and oh, so much more. Trek up a volcano and peer down on its crater lake hike cool vallery trails and immerse yourself in natural hot springs, soak in the serenity of a hillside temple and be transfixed by a traditional dance performance – have the full island experience .


When water hits these shores, it creates some of the world’s best surfing: no matter what time of year you visit, you’ll find legendary surf spots. There’s world-class diving too, with extensive coral reefs and abundant marine life.

  1. 1.    Kuta, Bali

Surfing novices and those feeling a little rusty will find the tubes around Halfway Kuta a great place to start; for the more serious stuff, go to the reefs south of the beach breaks – they’re about a kilometer out to sea.

  1. 2.    Ulu Watu

Paddle out through the cave to catch the most famous surfing break in Bali. Ulu Watu has about seven different breaks, including the Corner, a fast breaking hollow left that holds about 6ft.

  1. 3.    Pulau Manjangan

Dive or snorkel the rich and pristine waters off West Bali: they offer tropical fish, soft corals, great visibility (usually), caves and a spectacular drop-off. Experienced divers should venture out to the mysterious Anker Wreck.

  1. 4.    Dessert Point

A legendary, if elusive, wave that was voted the best surf in the world by Tracks magazine. Only suitable for very experienced surfers, this left-handed tube can offer a 300m ride.

  1. 5.    Kuta, Lombok

The other Kuta is a barefoot surf paradise, with half a dozen world-class breaks within a 45-minute motorbike ride of town. Think barrels folding and crashing on deserted white-sand beaches, without the overpopulated line-up.

  1. 6.    Gili Island

Renowned for their snorkeling and diving, these three exquisite droplets of white sand, bordered by glistening turquoise waters, are sprinkled with coconut palms and surrounded by coral reefs. All have excellent dive sites, but Gili Trawangan is probably the best of the three.


The resorts of Kuta, Legian, Seminyak and Ubud are teeming with spas offering traditional treatments with which to indulge and pamper yourself. What better way to recuperate after a hard day at the beach…? Elsewhere, low-key resorts positively soothe and relax.


  1. 1.    Air Panas Banjar

Hot springs percolating down through a series of pools amid lush tropical plants : soak in the top pools, or get a pummeling massage from the water as it falls into the lower pools.

  1. 2.    Nusa Lembongan

What better place to mellow out? Quiet, white-sand beaches: simple rooms right on the beach, incredible sunsets…this is the Bali that many imagine, but rarely find. Find your inner place amid the serenity.

  1. 3.    Lovina

Need an antidote to Kuta? Come to Lovina, a relaxed, low-key, low-rise beach resort that is Kuta’s polar opposite. Even the waves are calm… Here, you can get Balinese or Ayurveda treatments in simple, shooting setting.

  1. 4.    Senggigi Beach

If the hustle isn’t too much hassle, sit back and wait for the local masseurs to find you on Senggigi Beach: it will take some hard bargaining, but you should be able to cut a good deal.


Deep river valleys, luxuriant green rice field, cool mountain trails, soaring volcanoes and plunging waterfalls. Drag yourself away from the beach and explore Bali’s interior for experiences you will remember forever.

  1. 1.    Gunung Kawi

On the northern outskirt of Ubud, these ancient rock-out shrines tower an awe-inspiring 8m over the lush green river valley; legend has it that they were carved in a single night by the mighty fingernails of Kebo Iwa.

  1. 2.    Sideman Road

Winding its way through paddy fields and along beautiful river valleys, with extraordinary views of Gunung Agung (clouds permitting), the Sidemen Road gets more popular every year. If you want to know the real definition of verdant, come here.

  1. 3.    Jatiluwih Rice Fields

These terraces have been nominated for Unesco status and you’ll soon see why as you follow the twisting 18km road up into them. Follow the water as it runs through channels and bamboo pipes from one plot to the next.\

  1. 4.    Gunung Rinjani

Lombok’s iconic volcano is Indonesia’s second largest and an absolute stunner; rivers and waterfall gush down its fissured slopes, while its summit sizzles with hot springs and a dazzling crater lake. Climbing it is an unforgettable experience.

  1. 5.    Munduk

This simple village is one of Bali’s most appealing mountain retreats. With its cool, misty ambience, set among lush hill sides with jungle, rish, fruit trees and myriad waterfalls tumbling off precipices, you’ll find hikes and treks galore…


  1. 1.    Traditional Dance Performances, Ubud

Wherever there’s a festival or celebration, you’ll find a quality dance performance, but you’ll find exceptional performance in Ubud every night of the week. If you can, catch a dance performance at Ubud Palace.

  1. 2.    Textile shopping, Denpasar

You can’t leave Bali without a sarong or two, and the Pasar Kumbasari in Denpasar has a multilevel treasure house of vibrant fabrics from which to choose, from casual cottons to elaborate ikat.

  1. 3.    Lunch at a warung

There’s one of these traditional roadside eateries every few meters in most towns, cheap no-frills hang-outs with well-worn seats, a relaxed atmosphere and good, ridiculously cheap, fresh local food.

  1. 4.    Visit the temples, Pura Luhur Batukau

The most spiritual temple you can visit easily in Bali, Pura Luhur Batukau is surrounded by forest and often shrouded in mist. Listen to the chant of priests backed by birdsong as you sit by the tumbling whitewater stream.

Jawa-Bali Overland

Posted: April 8, 2011 in Uncategorized


Posted: April 7, 2011 in Uncategorized

Meeting Point : Jakartakota Station (Beos)

Berangkat dari Stasion Kota (Beos) menuju stasiun Lenteng Agung, kemudiang melanjutkan perjalanan menggunakan angkutan umum menuju Situ Babakan. Setibanya di Setu Babakan Anda akan diajak berkeliling di perkampungan Betawi yang terkenal di Jakarta “Situ Babakan”. Setelah selesai berkeliling, Kita akan melanjutkan perjalanan kembali ke Stasiun Kota kemudian menuju Museum Taman Prasasti …dengan menggunakan Transjakarta Bus. Sesampainya di Museum Taman Prasasti Anda akan diajak berkeliling melihat berbagai macam koleksi prasasti dari zaman Belanda dll.

Apabila kondisi memungkinkan akan diadakan tour tambahan ke objek wisata lain yaitu Taman Impian Jaya Ancol ( Pantai Ancol ) untuk menikmati sunset.

Bagi Anda yang tertarik diharapkan untuk registrasi terlebih dahulu.
Citra : 08 99 8208390
Diah : 08 57 11965354

Regristrasi I : Paling lambat hari Jumat, 8 April 2011 pukul 18.00
Regristrasi II & Pembayaran biaya : Sabtu 09 April 2011 pukul 08.00


Biaya yang dikenakan : Rp 25.000 (tidak termasuk makan siang, kursus kilat di Setu Babakan) Jika ingiin mengunjungi Pantai Ancol dikenakan biaya tambahan sebesar : +/- Rp 20.000

Imigrasi Jakarta & Tanggerang

Posted: February 20, 2011 in Dokumen perjalanan


  • JL. BOULEVARD BARAT A4 NO. 80 JAKARTA UTARA Telp. 021-45840542. Fax. 021-45840527
  • JL. TAMAN MAKAM PAHLAWAN TARUNA TANGERANG Telp. 021-55790871, 55790872. Fax. 021-55771874
  • JL. BEKASI TIMUR RAYA NO. 169, JAKARTA TIMUR Telp. 021-8503896, 8509104. Fax. 021-5809105
  • JL. WARUNG BUNCIT RAYA NO. 207, JAKARTA SELATAN Telp. 021-7996334, 7996340. Fax. 021-79192883
  • JL. MERPATI BLOK B12 NO. 3 KEMAYORAN, JAKARTA PUSAT Telp. 021-6541209, 6541211. Fax. 021-6541210, 6541213
  • JL. POS KOTA NO. 4 JAKARTA BARAT Telp. 021-6904795. Fax. 021-6930544


Posted: February 15, 2011 in Uncategorized

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Posted: January 14, 2011 in Uncategorized

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Out Bound

Posted: December 6, 2010 in Uncategorized