Selamat Datang

 

Welcome to Java Travel Tourist Services. We are happy you've found your way to us. 

 

Many people have come to Java to see the Borobudur, Prambanan, Bromo, or one of the other countless attractions that are waiting for you to be discovered and enjoyed. And with good reason.

But did you ever have the desire to feel with your heart how beautiful the true Indonesia is, with it’s million smiles, charmes, and tastes... experiences that will lead to sweet and wonderful memories.

With us, you will get all of it.


Firstly, let us introduce ourselves. We are Yus and Sri and operate a small family-run business, which goal is to assist travelers and tourists around the beautiful island of Java in a personal way and to make sure that you have a pleasant and unforgettable stay. As a freelance driver and guide we are able to arrange your trip around Java in an extremely flexible and comfortable way and ensuring that you make the most of your vacation and enjoy Java at your own pace. We can also assist with finding hotels, or maybe you have already found that very special place where you would like to stay, all is possible.

As a starting point for planning your trip we have developed two itineraries for you; Java Easygoing and Java Natural. These are our most popular trips, but as already mentioned, we are flexible. It is your trip and the itinerary can be changed to suit your wishes. Your tour length can vary from a just a couple of days to a couple of weeks. We can skip places that you are not interested in, or stay a bit longer in an area you are extremely fond of.  It is our pleasure to guide you around and bring you to all the beautiful sights that Java has to offer. Stunning natural wonders, impressive ancient temples, bustling cities, peaceful villages and cultural performances. We would be delighted to share all those places and moments with you and we are sure that, once you return home, you will take a bit of our home island, Java, with you in your heart.

We have been operating since 1990 and have explored both the well known and lesser known places extensively. Dari Jawa Barat sampai Jawa Timor, from West to East Java, there are so many sights to discover that you will wish that you had had more time to stay. Many of our guests (who we now refer to as friends) have returned to revisit some of their favorite places in Java with us, or visit sights they have not seen before. 

Indonesia has had a long and interesting past, with lots of international contact and interaction. Many friendships have formed over the years and there are still a lot of people abroad with family ties to Java. It can occur that contact has been lost over the years, but the longing for those loved ones remains. We have been very successful in researching these old ties, as well as re-establishing contacts if possible, or finding information on your loved ones. That is also the case with finding houses (if they still exist) where former Indonesian residents were born or spent time in their youth. Check some of the entries in the guestbook for our success stories.

Additionally we are more than willing to assist you with any problems, translation services, or other issues you might encounter during your stay in Java. It's our home country so we know the customs and speak the language. We would be pleased  to assist you, whatever your need.

There is so much to say about Java and there are so many places to explore. We will try to give you a glimpse of it in this website, but it would be even nicer to experience it for yourself. We would be delighted to be your hosts, guide you around and assist you with all your travel needs. Like so many before, you will love it! Just read some of the entries in our guestbook to hear it directly from people who have already travelled with us. The both of us are waiting to give you a warm welcome. Selamat Datang di Jawa, welcome to Java!

 

Yus & Sri




 











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