Yogyakarta Tours offers a fantastic tour that will give your holiday another dimension with the contrasting scenery and culture that is present in Yogyakarta in Central Java. Yogyakarta is the only province of Indonesia that still governed by a Sultan and there are still the ancient Buddhist monuments and temples in the areas that are huge and beautiful and are located in an unreal location and perfect for a day trip from Bali.
There are a variety of tours in Yogyakarta, each of them essentially offering the same kind of experiences with different focuses and time constraints that allow you to choose the tour that fits in with your plans for your holiday and also your interests in the area. There are two-day tours that include a stopover and allow you to experience such activities as the sun ride at the Borobudur temple and then ride around its perimeter by Sumatran elephant which an enchanting experience that only eastern areas such as this can offer. It is also possible to see the area in one day if you are pressed for time or wish to see other areas of Indonesia or spend more time staying in Bali.
With low price internal flights in Indonesia and the growth of the tourism industry in Bali and the other islands of Indonesia it has never been easier to extend a Bali holiday to an Indonesia holiday even if you are only in the area for a short time. With the vast diversity of Indonesian cultures and physical landscapes Yogyakarta Tours as well as all of the other tours offered lift your Bali holiday into another class. All of tours in Yogyakarta include all of the costs that you would encounter if you were embarking traveling to the area by yourself and with the added benefit of begin accompanied by local guides you will be able to travel smoothly and efficiently as well as learning some of the more detailed facts about the history of the temples and areas you will see as well as the importance of the areas to the modern local life.
As well as seeing the local temples that are the main attraction of the area, there are also opportunities to visit the markets that are the heart of any Indonesian culture in Yogyakarta. There are particularly interesting and unusual handicrafts such as the silver work and the Batik fabric which are fun to barter over and can be purchased very cheaply especially with the guidance and help of your tour representative. It is also possible to see the local dances and cultural events as well as eating all of your meals in recommended restaurants and sleeping in recommended hotels. Joining tours in Yogyakarta can ensure that your traveling will run smoothly and that you will be assisted wherever you require as well as receiving time to yourself for self-discovery. Tours in Yogyakarta are the modern way to experience areas that have been more difficult to reach and negotiate for yourself, now these trips are a breeze.