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Raja Ampat, Indonesia

The best time to visit Indonesia

The best time to visit Indonesia is from June to September. The days at this time are marked by long, warm stretches that give those looking to thoroughly explore this captivating country plenty of time to do so.

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Visiting Indonesia in January

November to March is the rainy season in most of Indonesia, apart from northern Sumatra, Maluka and Papua, which have fantastic diving conditions. It is a quieter time of year, with the ability to travel with spontaneity. January and February are the wettest months.

Visiting Indonesia in February

November to March is the rainy season in most of Indonesia, apart from northern Sumatra, Maluka and Papua, which have fantastic diving conditions. It is a quieter time of year, with the ability to travel with spontaneity. January and February are the wettest months.

Visiting Indonesia in March

November to March is the rainy season in most of Indonesia, apart from northern Sumatra, Maluka and Papua, which have fantastic diving conditions. It is a quieter time of year, with the ability to travel with spontaneity. January and February are the wettest months.

Visiting Indonesia in April

April to October is the dry season for most of the country. Wildlife is at its peak, and long sunny days make for perfect beach weather. Travel outside of July and August to secure the best accommodation, or be prepared to book well in advance.

Visiting Indonesia in May

April to October is the dry season for most of the country. Wildlife is at its peak, and long sunny days make for perfect beach weather. Travel outside of July and August to secure the best accommodation, or be prepared to book well in advance.

Visiting Indonesia in June

April to October is the dry season for most of the country. Wildlife is at its peak, and long sunny days make for perfect beach weather. Travel outside of July and August to secure the best accommodation, or be prepared to book well in advance.

Visiting Indonesia in July

April to October is the dry season for most of the country. Wildlife is at its peak, and long sunny days make for perfect beach weather. Travel outside of July and August to secure the best accommodation, or be prepared to book well in advance.

Visiting Indonesia in August

April to October is the dry season for most of the country. Wildlife is at its peak, and long sunny days make for perfect beach weather. Travel outside of July and August to secure the best accommodation, or be prepared to book well in advance.

Visiting Indonesia in September

April to October is the dry season for most of the country. Wildlife is at its peak, and long sunny days make for perfect beach weather. Travel outside of July and August to secure the best accommodation, or be prepared to book well in advance.

Visiting Indonesia in October

April to October is the dry season for most of the country. Wildlife is at its peak, and long sunny days make for perfect beach weather. Travel outside of July and August to secure the best accommodation, or be prepared to book well in advance.

Visiting Indonesia in November

November to March is the rainy season in most of Indonesia, apart from northern Sumatra, Maluka and Papua, which have fantastic diving conditions. It is a quieter time of year, with the ability to travel with spontaneity. January and February are the wettest months.

Visiting Indonesia in December

November to March is the rainy season in most of Indonesia, apart from northern Sumatra, Maluka and Papua, which have fantastic diving conditions. It is a quieter time of year, with the ability to travel with spontaneity. January and February are the wettest months.

Indonesia climate guide

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Bali
Jakarta
Komodo Island
Lombok
Sumba
Tanjung Puting National Park
Yogyakarta

Explore Indonesia

  • Bali
  • Jakarta
  • Komodo Island
  • Lombok
  • Sumba
  • Tanjung Puting National Park
  • Yogyakarta

Why Choose Steppes?

Our knowledge and expertise set us apart. So too our curiosity. A curiosity of the world and of you, and your passions. It is this that drives us to create a journey that is really bespoke to you, all the while ensuring we travel and operate sustainably.

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