Set Sail to the Remote Islands of the Indonesian Archipelago
From sublime natural backdrops to thriving ancient cultures, Indonesia’s 17,000 islands have something for everyone. The best—and most luxurious—way to see the untouched corners of our vast archipelago is by private yacht charter, with a flexible itinerary designed specifically for you.
Travel in style and make your days as adventurous (or relaxed) as you like—we can arrange picnics on pink sand beaches, treks to the top of volcanic islands and snorkel trips through tropical waters teeming with marine life. Just ask.
Komodo National Park
Home of the mystical Komodo Dragons, this UNESCO World Heritage site stretches 1,733 square kilometres, encompassing three main islands—Komodo, Padar, and Rinca. Below the water, multi-hued coral gardens are a diver’s dream. Expect to see manta rays, ribbon eels, sea turtles, and shimmering schools of fish.
The Banda Islands
The volcanic Banda Islands are as rich in history and natural beauty as they are remote. Centuries ago, this tiny archipelago in Maluku was the world’s only source of nutmeg, the ‘gold of the spice trade.’ Today, only adventurous travellers make the trip—and are rewarded with bygone colonial architecture, buzzing spice markets, and postcard-pretty scenery.
More than 1,500 wild islands, cays and shoals make up Raja Ampat’s 40,000 square kilometre area, which lies on northwest tip of the Bird’s Head Peninsula in Papua (New Guinea). Underwater, the marine habitats are among the most biodiverse in the world with 1,200 species of fish and 550 species of hard and soft coral.