The artist sanctuary of Ubud in Bali is only an hour drive inland through lush mountains; here you can find exceptional Balinese artwork. A glamorous Bali hangout - for enjoying cocktails while observing the magic sunset or a full meal is KU DE TA. Surf enthusiasts should check out the swells from June to September.
— Sytske Kimman, Charter Broker
Tropical rainforests, second in size only to the Amazon, uninhabited pristine beaches, amazing wildlife, fabulous diving and great party destinations: Indonesia has plenty to offer. Situated along the Pacific Ring of Fire, cruise past giant, sleeping volcanoes during your Indonesian yacht charter; you will be awed by the magnitude of the earth’s power.
There are more different species of corals (600) and fish (over 3,000) living in Indonesian waters than anywhere else on earth. This amazing diversity is due to the meeting and exchange of waters between the Pacific and Indian Oceans within Indonesia, allowing species from both of the world’s most productive tropical oceans to co-exist here together.
Wildly beautiful West Papua Province is home to Raja Ampat, comprising main islands Waigeo, Misool, Salawati and Batanta. The remote region is quickly gaining recognition for strikingly clear waters offering the most diverse diving in the world. More than 1,300 species of fish and an amazing variety of corals are found in Raja Ampat’s waters. There is a host of wrecks to discover as well.
On land the biodiversity is also highly unusual. Giant orchids, tree kangaroos, cuscus and spectacular birds of paradise are natural delights. Climb to the stunning viewpoints of Waigeo and Misool and explore some of the many caves such as the revered Tamulol cave, which opens to a massive, hidden lagoon. Afternoons are well spent visiting one of the far-flung villages to meet the locals, kayaking, or cruising in the tender to find your own gems of Indonesia. A beachside barbeque or picnic during your Indonesia yacht charter is a delightful experience not to be missed.
South of West Papua, the islands of Rinca and Komodo are home to the largest species of lizards in the world: an adult Komodo dragon weighs around 150 lbs/ 70 kg and grows to a length of 10 ft /3 m. Local village guides can take you hiking over the islands and diving here is also spectacular, manta rays and turtles can be viewed up close.
The Forgotten Islands of the Banda Sea, known as the Spice Islands, are a remote, long chain of islands spanning over 625 miles/1,000 km. Located between Timor and West Papua the islands are steeped in history and make for a great destination for an Indonesian yacht charter passing through great scenery and offer wonderful diving.
Known as The Island of the Gods, Bali’s daily life is much influenced by its unique Hindu culture, there are numerous celebrations to honor deities. At the same time it is home to five-star resorts and restaurants, private villas, state-of-the-art spas and Ubud’s artist colonies. Celebrities have long favored Bali as their vacation destination. It is an alluring place for a must-visit during an Indonesia yacht charter.
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