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13 days/11 nights
Begin your exploration of diverse Indonesia with a night in cosmopolitan, Jakarta, the capital of Indonesia, and a city of contrasts. It is a dynamic city of daunting extremes with surreal juxtapositions on every street corner. It has the country’s top museums, the greatest diversity of restaurants, and awe-inspiring public spaces. Arguably the epicenter of Javanese identity and tradition, Solo is one of the least Westernized cities on the island. With its ancient Hindu temples that look like hand-drizzled sand castles, Jogjakarta is like the famous older brother of Solo. Central to the island’s artistic and intellectual heritage, Jogjakarta is where the Javanese language is at its purest, its arts at their brightest, and its traditions at their most visible. Continue your journey to Lombok, where you tour a temple, old Royal Court Gardens, and Holy Springs. Then fly to Bali, an Indonesian paradise that feels like a fantasy. The “artistic capital” of Ubud is the perfect place to see a cultural dance performance. Ubud is the heart of Bali, a place where the spirit and culture of the island are most accessible. Starting from $3045 person, including air, with weekly guaranteed departures.
10 Days/7 nights
Take a 7-night trip, starting your journey to the island nation of Sri Lanka in Colombo. Travel to Sigiriya, where you visit an elephant orphanage and view ancient frescoes. Next, leave for Polonnaruwa, the medieval capital of Sri Lanka. Visit its many archaeological and historical sites, including the Quadrangle that encloses remains of the Royal Palace. Then, travel to Kandy and visit the Royal Botanical Gardens and a gem museum. Next, travel to Nuwara Eliya, also known as Little England, and enjoy a cup of the world-famous “Ceylon tea.” Afterward, travel to Bentota and see the waterfalls of Devon and St. Claire en route. Finally, return to Colombo and tour the capital city before your flight back to the US. Starting from $2,825 per person, including air from New York City.
8 days/6 nights
Take a 6-night trip, starting your journey to Korea in Seoul, where you see the Gyeongbok Palace and the beautiful Secret Garden. Next, take a train to Daegu and travel to Mt. Gaya National Park, where you visit Haeinsa Temple, known as a repository of one of Asia's most comprehensive compilations of Buddhist scriptures. From Daegu, travel to Gyeongju and see the 6th-century Seokguram Grotto. Finally, return to Seoul and take a day trip to the Demilitarized Zone, a two-mile line separating North Korea and South Korea. Starting from $3595, including air, with weekly guaranteed departures.
8 days/6 nights
Take a 6-night trip and visit the modern and ancient capital of Japan. Start off in Tokyo, where a morning tour includes the Meiji Shrine and the Imperial Palace Plaza. Then, a day at leisure gives you a chance to explore Tokyo on your own. The next day, hop on a bullet train to Kyoto, where your tour includes Hein Jingu Shrine and Kiyomizu Temple. Spend two days at leisure, perhaps taking an optional tour to Nara. Finally, return to the US from Osaka. Starting from $2,530, including air, with weekly guaranteed departures.
12 days/10 nights
Embark on a 10-night trip to Japan, starting with a stop in Tokyo to see the Imperial Palace Plaza and Tokyo Tower. The following day takes you to Nikko, where your tour includes Kirifuri Waterfall and Toshogu Shrine. Another day trip takes you to Kamakura, where you visit Hasedera Temple, and to Enoshima, where you take the Escar up to Enoshima Shrine. Next, drive to Hakone, with a stop along the slope of Mt. Fuji and a cruise on Lake Ashi. Take a bullet train to Nagoya and then into the Japanese Alps and Takayama. Next, take a scenic route and visit World Heritage Sites in Takayama and Kanazawa. Travel by train to Kyoto. The next day a local train takes you to Osaka, where you have a walking tour. Go by train to Osaka Castle and take a boat cruise. Return to Kyoto, visiting the Golden Pavilion and taking an excursion to Nara. The next day, fly back to the US. Starting from $4,970, including air, with weekly guaranteed departures.