There are many things to see and do on Nusa Penida – from cliffs, beaches, underground temples to the amazing underwater world. Here is a sample itinerary for everyone who’s not in a rush but would like to make the most of their time here. Day 1: Arrive and enjoy the beach, your bungalow or … More A 5 days must see Nusa Penida itinerary with diving
When searching for Bali itineraries there are always some Gili islands involved. But where are they? How many Gili islands exist? Which one is right for me? And the most important – is it worth going there? Is it true there are just horse carriages to take you around? On our first visit to Bali … More Which Gili island is right for me?
Finally we made it to the famous Gili islands. There are 3 of them: Gili Trawangan, Gili Meno and Gili Air and we visited all of them. In the new vlog we show you some beaches, the underwater statues, delicious food and we’ll tell you which island was our favourite. Enjoy and hope you like … More VLOG: Island hopping on the Gilis
Nusa Penida is the much smaller island next to Bali, which is no longer a hidden secret. But it is still a great escape from busy Bali. The food is very good, the hotels are nice, the beaches and cliffs are breathtaking, not to start with the incredible underwater world. We went diving for mola … More VLOG: Nusa Penida in 3 days by motorbike
This was definitely one of the highlights on our Indonesia trip this summer. Which volcano impressed us more, how do the tours look like and how much they cost – all this and more in this vlog. Oh, and at the end we’ll show you a hidden gem in east Java 😉 Not long ago … More VLOG: Visiting East Java – sunrise tours to Bromo and Ijen volcanoes and a visit to Melang
When searching online how to visit the volcanoes of East Java, I stumbled on so many tour agencies quoting ridiculous prices for 3days/2nights tours I was like “no way” (around 3-4mil IDR per person). It must be a way to do it cheaper, but still without the never-ending local transport. Don’t get me wrong, I … More From Surabaya over Malang to Bromo and Ijen – a DIY itinerary