Map of Indonesia with cruise areas pointed out.


Known as the "Island of the Gods," Bali offers a perfect blend of stunning beaches, lush landscapes, vibrant culture, and spiritual experiences. From ancient temples to breathtaking rice terraces and world-class surf spots, Bali is a paradise for those seeking relaxation, adventure, and a touch of spirituality.



Home to the famous Komodo dragons, Komodo National Park is a UNESCO World Heritage site. The rugged terrain, crystal-clear waters, and vibrant coral reefs make it an ideal destination for diving, snorkeling, and wildlife enthusiasts. Adventure seekers can embark on treks to discover stunning viewpoints and encounter these prehistoric creatures up close.

Raja Ampat

Nestled off the coast of West Papua, Raja Ampat is a hidden gem in Indonesia, boasting unparalleled marine biodiversity. With its turquoise waters, breathtaking limestone karsts, and pristine coral reefs, this archipelago is a haven for divers and snorkelers. Prepare to be amazed by the kaleidoscope of colors and the abundance of marine life beneath the surface.


Traditional huts near Alor Indonesia


Located in the eastern part of Indonesia, Alor is a remote and untouched paradise that offers a unique blend of natural wonders and cultural experiences. This isolated region is ideal for diving, with its vibrant coral gardens and abundant marine life. Visitors can also encounter traditional villages, soak in hot springs, and explore stunning landscapes, including volcanoes and waterfalls.


Forgotten Islands 

The Forgotten Islands, also known as the Southeast Moluccas, are a group of remote and secluded islands in eastern Indonesia. These untouched islands offer a pristine marine environment, teeming with coral reefs, colorful fish, and even the occasional encounter with whales or dolphins. The area is ideal for diving, snorkeling, and exploring untouched beaches.

view over Banda Neira  with Fort Belgica  in front

Spice Islands

Known historically as the Spice Islands, this archipelago is situated in the Banda Sea and played a significant role during the colonial era. The islands are known for their rich history, beautiful landscapes, and unique cultural heritage. Explore the remnants of colonial architecture, visit nutmeg and spice plantations, and immerse yourself in the fascinating stories of the past.


Located in the heart of the Coral Triangle, Wakatobi is a world-renowned diving destination. With pristine coral reefs, an abundance of marine life, and crystal-clear waters, Wakatobi promises unforgettable underwater experiences. Beyond diving, visitors can relax on white sandy beaches, explore traditional villages, and indulge in local cuisine.

Snorkelers enjoying colorful coral near Wakatobi
Surfer riding a beautiful curling wave


Situated east of Bali, Sumbawa is an Indonesian island that offers a quieter and more off-the-beaten-track experience. Here, visitors can marvel at stunning landscapes, including active volcanoes, savannas, and pristine beaches. Sumbawa is also known for its traditional culture, where ancient traditions and customs are still preserved.


Togean Islands

Located in Central Sulawesi, the Togean Islands are a remote and secluded paradise. This archipelago boasts crystal-clear waters, vibrant coral reefs, and lush rainforests. Dive into turquoise lagoons, encounter unique marine species, relax on white sandy beaches, and immerse yourself in the tranquil ambiance of these untouched islands.


traditional huts built on clear water with colorful coral
Warrior of the Asmay tribe


Agats is a small town located in the eastern province of Papua. As the gateway to the Asmat region, Agats is renowned for its vibrant indigenous culture and intricate wood carvings. Visitors can explore traditional villages, witness captivating rituals, and interact with the friendly local communities while immersing themselves in the fascinating culture of the Asmat people.