Yogyakarta Tour Code POP02
Merapi Pesona Jogja are travel plans, which include some or all of the following: transportation, accommodation, meals, guided tours and more. We can be of great value to both, independent and group travelers.
Tour packages range from individual travel plans, which include only a train ticket and hotel reservation and leave everything else to the traveler, to fully guided tours which cover everything from airfare to English speaking guides and meals. Furthermore, there is a range of special interest tours, such as adventure, cooking class, hiking or eco cycling tours.
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Vacation Style Holiday Type
Activity Level Challenging
Group Size Medium Group
MALIOBORO AND BECAK
You will also visit Candirejo village, travelling by horse drawn buggy (dokar), giving you can the chance to get close to the local people, and see the farms and plantations. The ride ends with a lesson in traditional Gamelan music at a local house before lunch at a local restaurant and back to Yogyakarta.
Upon arrival at Yogyakarta Train Station/Airport, your car ready to drive you to your hotel. Welcome to YOGYAKARTA!
After meet with your local-speaking guide, you will be transferred to your hotel with an air-conditioned car.
Spent the night tme at the most stunning road in Yogya, Malioboro Street, taste many traditional cuisines at several open-air street side, we called that 'lesehan'. More excited when you try to ride the local transportation called becak pedicab along the road.
BERINGHARJO MARKET, KERIS VILLAGE, PRAMBANAN AND BOKO SUNSET
Start this day visit Beringharjo traditional market, its place one of the elements of the local economy of Jogja Kingdom. Point out the vegetables and unique spices, as well as the seasonal tropical fruits - there's even the opportunity to taste what's in season! Stepping up to 2nd floor and taste 'jamu' - a traditional drink based on locally blended herbs and spices.
Next, visit to Serangan village - home the master carvers of the 'Keris'. You may watch the artisans at work melting, carving into specific motif using a hammer and variety of hand shaped nails. All still in traditional way!
Discover the Sultan's Palace, Tamansari Water Castle. It's situated just 250 m from Sultan's Palace, try to footy through traditional market to reach this castle, you will have time to interaction with the local people and see the houses complex.
Continue to the northern gates of Kota Gede which retains some of Central Java's best examples of traditional Javanese architecture; and is known as the silver village before you proceed to Borobudur area and stay at the village nearby of Candirejo.
BOROBUDUR SUNRISE - ANDONG VILLAGE TOUR
Heading to the stunning Borobudur temple before the sun start comes up. Here you can climb the steps, and along way to see the 1640 relief panels and 504 Buddha effigies within the complex. You will feel the truth of glory morning in mystical of Yogya.
Arrival at Location
Afternoon arrival at Yogyakarta - Malioboro Night.
Beringharjo Market - Keris Village - Prambanan. (Breakfast, Lunch)
Kraton 'Sultan Palace' - Tamansari Water Castle - Kota Gede. (Breakfast, Lunch)
Borobudur Sunrise - Andong Village Tour. (Breakfast, Lunch)
Out By Train to Sub for Bromo or Flight to Sub/Dps/Other destination.
As “the undisputed leader in travel,” Merapi Pesona Jogja is proud to partner with many of the travel industry’s most reputable, leading suppliers including: airlines, cruise lines, hoteliers, destination management companies and ticketing, as well as the Jogjakarta’s most-sought-after, premier destinations.
Whether our valued clients are traveling for business or leisure, it is paramount that we consistently deliver the best possible experience, from our knowledgeable travel agent experts to every aspect of the journey itself. Thus, it is absolutely essential that our agents have peace-of-mind knowing that our supplier partners are as committed to delivering outstanding travel experiences as we are. That’s why we carefully cultivate and nurture mutually-beneficial relationships with accomodation suppliers that will deliver exceptional experiences, provide the most value, and actively work to resolve outstanding issues satisfactorily.
Throughout Merapi Pesona Jogja, we never take our existing relationships with suppliers lightly. In fact, because our various divisions’ agents and clients have such unique, individual needs, supplier relationships are maintained within each of our businesses. Yet overall, we take enormous pride in having forged long, fruitful and solid relations with our supplier partners. These relationships run deep – mutually-profitable to be sure, yet ultimately they’re designed to ensure that our clients’ needs, desires and expectations are not only met, but consistently exceeded. Our best clients are repeat customers.
We keep our group sizes low so you have the freedom to move around and get involved with your surroundings, as well as more personal attention from our local guides. This intimate size ensures that your group will not crowd your experience. You can expect up to 15 travelers on a trip but the average is 10. Check individual trip pages for maximum group sizes.
Tips are not included in the tour price and tipping is entirely at your discretion. Our Trip Details documentation includes suggested tipping amounts and these can be downloaded from each individual trip summary page.
We strongly recommend bringing a backpack or duffel bag, as suitcases can be cumbersome and difficult to store in buses, under seats, etc.. Keep in mind that you will normally have to carry your own luggage on and off buses and trains and up and down hotel staircases. Suitcases with wheels may not work well on dirt or cobblestone roads.