The Jogja Heritage Walk Indonesien

Jogjakarta ... the cradle of civilization on Java. Seat of power and magnificent temple. Yogyakarta was known for its endless charms under the motto "Jogja The Never Ending Asia". Today it is also known as "Jogja Istimewa", a slogan that highlights its special values...

This city is one of the most important cultural centers in Indonesia. From a stroll through the living museum of the Kraton or the Keraton (Sultan's Palace), to hanging out in the famous Alun Alun, to watching silversmiths in Kotagede making fantastic jewellery, and perhaps doing some shopping in Malioboro Road. Hunting after sunrise in famous temples like Prambanan and Borobudur in the neighbouring town of Magelang are just some of the many ways to never get bored in this relatively small but lively town.


Day 01 | Arrival Jogjakarta15. Nov

Your arrival will be individual. We are happy to offer you an additional flight to Jogya International Airport from all available departure airports. Your driver is looking forward to driving you to your hotel. Jogyakarta is waiting for you and is open and cordial. B&B

Day 2 | Jogjakarta - Prambanan16. Nov

Yogjakarta - the cradle of civilization on Java; seat of power that gave birth to the magnificent temples of Borobudur and Prambanan in the 8th and 9th centuries and the new powerful Mataram kingdom in the 16th and 17th centuries Yogyakarta - known under the motto "Jogja The Never ending Asia" for its endless charms...

Indeed a city with numerous attractions. Your driver awaits you for an exciting discovery tour. Kraton, the Ruienen of Taman Sari, Old Town with its traditional markets, Prambanan, the most beautiful and graceful Hindu temple in Indonesia - all this and much more is waiting to be discovered. B&B

Day 03 | Day trip Borobodur - Dieng Plateau17. Nov

Dieng - is a small village full of friendly people, situated at an altitude of 2,000 meters, is also known for its Buddhist temples. These are among the oldest in Java and are worth a visit. If you prefer it hot, the Kawah Sikidang will quickly warm you up. Active and bubbling he cooks his sulphurous soup here. Your driver will show you the most spectacular views on the plateau, full of stories from the rich mythology of the Javanese people...! B&B, lunch.

Day 04 | Day trip Solo18. Nov

Surakarta, or colloquially called Solo, is located in the south, in the province of Jawa Tengah on the Bengawan River. Surakarta, together with Yogyakarta, is one of the two centres of Javanese culture where the old courtly traditions have the strongest influence. Reminiscent of this tradition are the palace complex of the Sunan (King) of Surakarta, the Kraton or Kasunanan, and the "junior court" Mangkunegaran, well-preserved testimonies to Java's rich history during Dutch colonial rule. Your driver will certainly report about the origin and demise of the farms again very flowery and with a wink...

Candi Sukuh - "the small temple in the mountains" - is located on the mountain Lawu, at an altitude of 910 m. The temple, a real gem, was already built in 1437. The temple was built high in the mountains - intended as a holy place - to worship the ancestors. The thematic reliefs in the temple bear witness to life, birth and also have sexual education as a theme. Lingga and Yoni are depicted several times as symbols of fruitfulness...B&B, lunch

Day 05 | Discover Yogjakarta19. Nov

Today is at your free disposal. Take your time plan your day as you like and let yourself go. Yogya is known for its traditional arts and cultural heritage. Visit the magnificent royal palace complex (or "craton") dating from the 18th century. In addition to the sultan's palace, which is still inhabited, it contains numerous open-air pavilions where classical Javanese dance performances and gamelan concerts are held, where gongs, bells and stringed instruments are played.

The Bukit Bintang - the "Star Hill" - located in the middle of the city offers a magnificent view over the city. Maybe you will experience a spectacular sunset up here, enjoy a traditional fresh corn on the cob and drink a coconut. In any case, the glittering sea of lights is a fantastic experience and gives a wonderful impression of the seemingly endless expanse of the city. B&B

Day 06 | Yogya Heritage Walk20. Nov

Welcome to the Yogya Heritage Walk 2021! Individual participation. B&B

Day 07 | Yogya Heritage Walk21. Nov

Individual participation in the Yogya Heritage Walk. B&B

Day 08 | Departure22. Nov

Farewell is near. They were inspiring days again. Your driver will host you to the airport. Time to review the intense experiences of the last days. Yogya - we will meet again!

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Your individual, additionally booked flight will bring you safely back home to your departure airport.

Your travel price:

from 925,- €

Travel price

from € 925, - per person in ½ double room with breakfast
Single room surcharge on request.

Subject to daily updated prices and availability.


May 2020

Terms of payment 

When booking, a deposit of 20% of the price per person is required.  The premiums for travel insurance are due immediately in full.

Flight tickets are immediately due in full. ATTENTION: The separate tariff/cancellation conditions of the booked / issued tariff of the airline* apply. 

Balance payments must be made at the latest 28 days before departure date.

Our services

  • 8-day hiking & culture trip
  • 7 nights in ½ DBL with/ breakfast in hotel in the center of Yogyakarta 
  • Transfers Yogyakarta Int. Airport - Hotel - Airport 
  • Full day private English speaking city tour Jogyakarta & Pramanban
  • Full day private English speaking excursion Borobodur & Dieng Plateau with lunch
  • Full day private English speaking excursion to Solo with lunch
  • Individual participation in the IML hiking events
  • QTA Insolvency insurance
  • Travel price insurance certificate

Services not included

  • Flight arrival / Journey to Yogyakarta
  • Meals & drinks (if not listed in the program)
  • IML registration fees
  • IML Transfers
  • Transfers, if not specified in the programme
  • Visa fees, tourism tax, fees, admissions, etc.
  • Optional airport taxes
  • Other personal expenditure
  • Travel cancellation insurance, other insurances


Tour Operator / AGB's / Privacy

The travel conditions/T&Cs of P.T.A. TOURS GmbH - organiser of its own tours - are valid, which can be read at or, on request, in written form, only by e-mail, and in addition the terms and conditions of the participating transport companies.

Insolvency protection is provided by R&V Allgemeine Versicherungs AG.

Privacy Policy



P.T.A. TOURS GmbH - Kaiserstrasse 16 - D-41747 Viersen Tel.: +49 (0) 2162 359000 -

Extension stay

On request.

Number of participants

from 2 persons, max according to availability of accommodation

trip cancellation 

P.T.A. TOURS GmbH reserves the right to cancel the tour up to 28 days before the start of the tour if the minimum number of participants is not reached. Payments made will be refunded immediately. Premiums for travel insurance are not refundable.

Withdrawal from the trip

You can withdraw from the trip at any time before the start of the trip. The following fees apply:

  • up to the 31st day before departure the amount of the deposit
  • from 30th to 21st day before departure 50%
  • from 20th to 15th day before departure 80%.
  • from 14th to 01st day before departure 95%
  • on the day of departure 100%.

of the travel price. - Fees per person -

In the case of air travel, the separate terms and conditions / cancellation conditions of the booked fare of the participating airlines apply.

We recommend the conclusion of a travel cost cancellation insurance!

Travel character / Suitability

Due to its nature, the journey is not suitable for persons with reduced mobility.


Participation in our hiking trips/ programs requires a certain level of fitness and health. Well prepared, you will easily be able to cope with the physical demands on the way. So you can enjoy your journey to the full. We recommend a preparatory training that meets the requirements of your planned trip. To clarify your physical fitness, we recommend that you have a medical checkup with your family doctor at least 21 days before the start of your trip.

Individual participation in the IVV / IML events 

The participation in the IML / IVV hiking event is individual. Each participant is responsible for his or her own registration, unless otherwise expressly stated in the travel services.

P.T.A. TOURS GmbH is not the organiser of the IVV / IML hiking event or the accompanying programme.

The organizer of the event is solely responsible for the services of the IML / IVV Hiking Event.

If there are changes in the time schedule / program / social program or even the cancellation of the hiking event, the travel price cannot be refunded even proportionally. For other expenses, e.g. registration fees, transfer fees, etc., the organiser of the hiking event is the responsible contact person, even if these fees were passed on to the organiser by P.T.A. TOURS GmbH as an alternative for the guest.

Travel insurance 

We recommend the conclusion of an international health insurance, for hiking tours including mountain rescue.

We recommend the conclusion of a travel cost cancellation insurance.

Right to the picture / photo release / personal rights 

During the event/trip, photos are taken which can be published for marketing purposes, in print and on the Internet. Please contact the photographer directly on site if you wish to object to the publication of your photos. Otherwise, we presuppose your consent.

The following data concerns travellers with a valid German identity document and the destination Indonesia.

Visa regulations

Due to the increasing number of infections with the coronavirus SARS-CoV-2, travellers to Indonesia are currently no longer able to enter visa-free and cannot apply for a visa on arrival. Until further notice, they must apply for a visa before travelling. For this purpose, travellers must present an official certificate as well as declare their willingness to maintain a 14-day quarantine upon arrival on site.

No visa is required for a stay of up to 30 days in Indonesia. A visa is required if the trip exceeds 30 days. The visa can then be applied for on arrival or in advance at the appropriate visa office.

Notes on visa-free entry:
Visa-free entry can only be granted for a stay of less than 30 days upon presentation of a return or onward ticket. A passport valid for at least 6 months from the date of entry is required. The visa-free stay cannot be extended. Entry without a visa is only possible at certain border crossing points. For more information please contact the embassy:

Information about the visa upon arrival:
If the journey is to exceed 30 days, but should not exceed 60 days, there are some border crossing points where you can apply for a visa valid for up to 30 days upon arrival. The passport must be valid for 6 months and a return or continuation ticket must be presented. This visa can be extended once by 30 days, this must be mentioned when applying. Please contact the embassy for information about the border crossings in question:

Processing time:
The processing time for a pre-applied visa usually takes several weeks.

Please note:
In the past, long-term tourists have left Indonesia for a short time (for example to Singapore or Kuala Lumpur) and then re-entered the country to extend their visa-free stay. This is no longer tolerated by the Indonesian government.

Please note:
No folded or creased travel documents will be accepted.

Documents to be carried:
- Visa application form

Transit visa regulations

Persons requiring a visa require a transit visa. The following exceptions apply: Travellers with a valid onward ticket to a third country can stay in the transit area of the airport for 8 hours without a transit visa (24 hours in Jakarta). Transit via different terminals must be arranged in advance. Note: In Denpasar-Bali (DPS) the normal visa conditions for Indonesia apply.

Entry requirements

It is possible to enter Indonesia with the passport, the temporary passport (visa must be applied for in advance) and the children's passport. It is not possible to enter with the identity card and the temporary identity card.

Validity of the travel documents:
The identity documents must be valid for at least 6 months after the trip.

Documents reported as lost/stolen:
Passports that have been reported stolen or lost cannot be used for entry.

Due to violent demonstrations, travel to the provinces of Papua and West Papua is currently discouraged.

Due to the rising incidence of SARS-CoV-2 coronavirus infection, all tourists are currently denied entry, including those in transit. Travel within the country from or to regions heavily affected by the virus is prohibited until at least 31.05.2020. Travelers must also expect quarantine measures on site. Until at least 22.05.2020, public life will also be impaired, especially in Jakarta.

Please note that entry requirements may change at short notice or may be treated individually. Only the responsible embassy or one of the responsible consulates-general can provide legally binding information and advice and/or information and advice going beyond this information. Please inform yourself in time.

Vaccination regulations

No vaccinations are required for Indonesia.

Special features:
- When entering Indonesia from yellow fever infection areas, a yellow fever vaccination is necessary for all persons over 9 months.
- The WHO prescribes that all persons who have stayed in Indonesia for more than 4 weeks and who start an international journey from the country have been vaccinated with a dose of polio (oral vaccine bOPV or intramuscular vaccine IPV) 4 weeks to 12 months before leaving the country. For stays within 4 weeks, you should be vaccinated at least at the time of departure.

Please note that malaria is prevalent in some areas. A prophylactic treatment with antimalarial drugs is recommended.

Special conditions for pregnant women and children:
For pregnant women:
Please note that the following special health risks currently exist in the destination:
- Zika virus
- Chikungunya fever

For children:
Please note that the following special health risks currently exist for children:
- Dengue Fever