Europcar is proud to offer five locations within the massive archipelago of Indonesia. There are two in Jakarta, including Soekarno-Hatta International Airport, and three in Bali, which includes Ngurah Rai International Airport, so whether you're visiting with the whole family, travelling for business or just looking to get away from it all, we can help you with any and all of your car hire needs. Useful services like easy online booking, express pick-up, optional satellite navigation, child seats and additional driver cover can help to make your driving experience around any of Indonesia's beautiful and mystical destinations a pleasure. Plus, Europcar 's fleet of safe and reliable vehicles are standing by to allow you to select the hire car that best accommodates your needs, whatever your cargo, whatever your passenger requirement or whatever size budget you have.
The enormous collection of more than 17,500 islands on the Republic of Indonesia's massive archipelago, which includes Java, Sumatra and Bali as well as parts of Borneo and New Guinea, is filled with an incredible 252 million people. That huge population is made up from hundreds of different and distinct cultures and ethnic groups, making Indonesia's motto 'Unity in Diversity' all the more poignant. Nearly ten million international visitors come to Indonesia every year, attracted not only by the beautiful beaches, climate and ocean diving, but the 6000 uninhabited islands and the 225 million acres of well-preserved rain forests, as well as the dramatic and ancient Hindu and Buddhist temples that cover certain islands. Hiking and mountain camping are popular pastimes also, with due respect owed to the large number of still-active volcanoes that make up the landscape, including the Earth changing giants of Tambora and Krakatau.
The Island of Java – Boasting an amazing selection of varying landscapes, from iridescent rice paddies and smoking volcanoes, to lush rain forest and dry plains, most visits to Java are defined by scenic diversity. Java's fertile interior is one of the greenest, yet heavily populated places on Earth. The cities feature some of the best restaurants and shopping, especially the capital Jakarta, where you can also find a vibrant local arts and music scene, as well as an extremely lively nightlife.
The Island of Bali - The mere mention of Bali evokes thoughts of a paradise, with its reputation as more than a place. It's a mood, an aspiration, a tropical state of mind. Yes, Bali has beaches, surfing, diving, and resorts, but it's the essence of Bali that makes it so much more than just a sun and sea retreat. It's possible to take the cliché of the smiling Balinese local too far but, in reality, the inhabitants of this small island are indeed a generous and genuinely warm people. The rich and diverse culture of Bali shows through everywhere, from the exquisite flower-petal offerings placed everywhere, to the parades of colourful locals, to the traditional music and exquisite dance performed island-wide.