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 The Archipelago

East Indonesia Archipelago is a stunning region that boasts a rich cultural heritage and breathtaking natural beauty. With its pristine beaches, crystal-clear waters, and lush rainforests, this area is a paradise for nature lovers and adventure seekers alike. Whether you're looking to explore ancient traditions, sample delicious local cuisine, or simply relax and soak up the sun, East Indonesia Archipelago has something for everyone.

The Lesser - Sunda Island



Explore the marvels of the Komodo National Park, a World Heritage site situated in the Flores Sea, only 300NM East of Bali. The park's unique geology, formed by volcanic activity, presents stunning landscapes both above and below the water's surface. Observe the extraordinary Komodo dragons in their native environment and witness the thrilling spectacle of male dragons chasing and fighting during mating season. Join us on an all-in-one destination cruise and make unforgettable memories.


Uncover the mesmerizing Indonesian island, situated in the heart of the Lesser Sunda Islands chain, with Lombok to the west, Flores to the east, and Sumba to the southeast. The island is surrounded by stunning bodies of water, including Alas Strait to the west, the Indian Ocean to the south, Saleh Bay in the north-central region, and the Flores Sea along the northern coastline. Be sure to visit the famous Mata Jiu waterfall on Moyo and Satonda Island, and don't forget experience the thrill of swimming with whale sharks during your voyage.

mata jitu waterfall
alor underwater


Situated in the eastern Lesser Sunda Islands, the Alor archipelago's largest island is Alor Island. The waters surrounding the archipelago offer captivating spectacles, with over 50 dive sites stretching from Alor to Pantar. The Takpala group, residing in the village of Lemur, are the prime example of the unique culture of the Alorese people. The Takpala still maintain the traditional housing construction, which resembles a pyramid covered with coconut leaves, bamboo plaited walls, and four wooden pillars.

The Forgotten Island - Banda Sea

The "Forgotten Islands" of Indonesia, also known as the Southeast Moluccas, offer more than just undeveloped terrain and remote locations. These islands are a hallowed sanctuary of botanical wonders, with fragrant nutmeg plantations that provide a into the spice trade history of the Maluku Islands. Exploring the historical sites, from the old Dutch fort to the museum, offers a real insight into the historical significance of the Spice Islands and how they shaped human history. A visit to the "Forgotten Islands" is a must for any traveler seeking adventure and a deeper understanding of Indonesia's rich history.


The Celebes 

Sulawesi, also known as Celebes, is an Indonesian island that offers a plethora of tourism attractions. It is the 11th-largest island globally and one of the four Greater Sunda Islands. The island comprises four peninsulas, namely the North, East, South, and Southeast Peninsulas, separated by three gulfs: the Gulf of Tomini, Tolo Gulf, and Bone Gulf. Visitors can indulge in various activities such as snorkeling, diving, and exploring the untouched islands around Tomini Bay, Banggai, Luwuk, and Labengki Island. Sulawesi is an ideal destination for adventure enthusiasts and nature lovers.

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