The Indonesian archipelago stretches across the equator and contains more than 13,000 islands, offering a huge range of scope and potential for adventurous and luxurious holidays. Bali is certainly the most well-known and popular of the islands. It is unique in that it is the only Indonesian island that has Balinese Hinduism as its the predominant religion rather than Islam as in the rest of Indonesia. Travellers love everything about Bali: its beaches, its natural scenery, its people and culture and its food. Being such a desirable destination has resulted in many beautiful and exceptionally luxurious hotels being established here, giving visitors a wide choice on the island. Other lesser known islands in the archipelago also have plenty to offer though, - Sumba, Lombok and Java being some of our favourites. The archipelago contains an extraordinary variety of scenic beauty, with volcanic mountain ranges, terraces of rice paddies staggered down the hillsides, stunning beaches and lush rainforest. So whether you're headed out to these islands for a relaxing beach break or for an adventurous trip exploring, there will be plenty to keep you occupied and enough to ensure you want to return here.