Indonesia is the world’s largest archipelago and has more than 17,000 islands to its name, many of which are uninhabited, making it an attractive destination for yachting nomads looking to explore some of the best kept secrets on the planet. The country offers 80,000 kilometres of coastline, with immaculate white-sand beaches and crystalline waters. Its charms include breath-taking temples, serene rice fields, tropical rainforests, unforgettable diving, and exotic wildlife such as elephants, orangutans and tigers.
There’s no better way to discover the secrets of Indonesia than on a yacht charter.
Manta rays, sea turtles and bottlenose dolphins are just three of more than 1000 species of marine animals that call Komodo National Park home as well as the legendary Komodo Dragons of course, if you venture inland. Meeting the largest lizards in the world, amongst the incredible landscape will give you a very ‘Jurassic’ experience.
More than 1,500 wild islands, cays and shoals make up Raja Ampat’s 40,000 square kilometre area, which lies on the northwest tip of the Bird’s Head Peninsula in Papua New Guinea.
Alor is the largest island in the Alor Archipelago in South Eastern Indonesia. Among the islands surrounding Alor, visitors will see spellbinding marine life, the unique Moko kettledrums and the traditional villages of the highlands – not to mention Komba Island, where Batu Tara volcano billows smoke every 30 mins.
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