Luxury wellness holidays and retreats in Indonesia
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Best months to visit
April to October is seen as the best months to visit Indonesia for more sunshine and less rainfall, idyllic for beach time, snorkelling and island-hopping. The height of the rainy season is from December to February, with more humidity and downpours across Bali and Komodo.
Take a journey of exploration with a luxury wellness retreat in Indonesia. Bali has become the top destination in South-East Asia for wellness, with worldwide travellers flocking to the island for yoga retreats in the tropical forests of Ubud and surfing on the beaches of Uluwatu. Discover the secrets to wellbeing through Balinese spirituality and traditional healing. Gain a dose of culture around the trails of Hindu temples and rice paddies, before taking a dip in the hidden waterfalls dotted around the island. Swim with manta rays on a daytrip to charming Nusa Penida and Nusa Lembongan or venture further west to the spectacular Komodo National Park for a multi-day cruise around this otherworldly nirvana. With yoga on the deck at sunset, snorkelling along the florescent reefs of Pink Beach and hiking in search of Komodo dragons in Rinca or to jawdropping viewpoints at Padar Island – Komodo National Park brings a world of intrigue to your big adventure.
Top places to visit in Indonesia for health & wellness
Komodo National Park
Besides its surf-ready beaches, tropical forests and endless rice paddies, Bali is renowned for its specialised yoga retreats, ancient temples and cascading waterfalls. Experience the circuit of world-renowned temples with our private guides, from Pura Besakih, nestled on the incline of Mount Agung, to the sacred natural spring of Pura Tirta Empul, a place to cleanse the mind, body and soul.
Just a short flight from Bali, Sumba Island is the epitome of a luxury retreat in Indonesia - a place for deep relaxation and adventure. Quiet and untouched, the rich biodiversity across the island makes for endless excitement by paddleboard and kayak along the shores and horseback along it’s pristine white beaches.
Set sail to one of the world’s dreamiest destinations – Komodo National Park. Land and sea brings a feast for the senses, with an abundance of nature and wildlife to discover. Up in the tropical hillsides of uninhabited islands, go in search of Komodo dragons in Rica and hike up to Padar Island for a mindblowing sunrise over the horizon.
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Private yoga classes in Ubud
Experience restorative yoga under a starry sky looking onto fireflies dancing across the rice fields or energising morning vinyasa deep in the tropical forests as the monkeys and birds sing through the treetops. Ubud’s unique charm creates an unforgettable backdrop to your yoga retreat, with deeply spiritual connection to the wildlife that inhabits the land.
Scuba diving and snorkelling with manta rays in Komodo
Batu Bolong is a sensational dive site for a high density of marine life, with technicolour reefs and fish surrounding the pinnacle along with sharks, turtles, mantas and more. For a glimpse of manta rays, reaching up to 4m in length, Makassar Reef – also known as Manta Point – is a great spot to snorkel besides the remarkable creatures.
Horse riding along the beaches of Sumba
There’s no better way to see Sumba Island than with a unique horse riding experience starting at Nihi Sumba’s remarkable Sandalwood Stables. Venture along the white sandy beaches at sunset, gallop through the waves at Coconut Cove and witness the horses freely swimming on Nihiwatu beach.