Private Charter Yacht Vacation Indonesia
As the world’s largest archipelago, Indonesia is the equator with over 17,000 islands and endless coastline to explore by yacht charter. Most of the islands are remote and uninhabited, abound with marine life, vibrant culture, volcanic scenery and diving adventures to be experienced.
The two major highlights of a yacht charter in Indonesia are Komodo National Park and Raja Ampat. Komodo National Park is one of the most bio-diverse destinations in the world and was named a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1991. Covering over 1800 square kilometers of land and sea combined, this remote island is famous for its variety of marine life, making it a popular scuba diving destination. Eagle rays, ocean sunfish, octopus, seahorse and manta rays, are just a few of the hundreds of fascinating marine life to discover underwater.
From the cityscapes buzzing with a vibrant nightlife to peaceful landscapes of the designated World Heritages sites such as Komodo, Indonesia has everything to offer charter guests as an exotic and beautiful charter yacht vacation.
Indonesia Charter Cruise Itineraries
Day 1: Guests arrive at Bali International Airport and embark on the yacht. Explore Gili Islands.
Day 2: Moyo and Satonda
Day 3: Sangeang and Gili Banta
Day 4: Gili Lawa Laut and Gili Lawa Darat
Day 5 and 6: Pulau Padar & Komodo National Park
Day 7: South Rinca
Day 8: Komodo Strait
Day 9: South West Komodo
Day 10: Labuan Bajo
Indonesia Charter Yacht Season
Climate the typical tropical, warm and humid all year round with two main distinctive seasons: Dry Season and Rainy Season. Positioned on the equator, Indonesia is warm and tropical year round. Komodo, Bali and Lombok are best from May through October, when there is little rainfall and prime sailing weather. Raja Ampat is best experienced from October to April.
Indonesia Charter Vacation Activities
- Explore Komodo National Park : scuba diving, hiking,
- Visit Bali
- Lombok - day trip to Mount Rinjani, Explore Gili Islands
- West Lombok - Monkey village in Pusuk Village
- South Lombok - Senaru Waterfalls and Benang Kelambu Waterfalls
- Visit Java, Indonesia’s most populous island. Offers travellers modern luxuries accompanied by ancient temples and natural beauty.
- Java UNESCO World Heritage Sites: Borobudur Temple Compounds, Prambanan Temple Compounds, Sangiran Early Man Site.
- Diving in Amed, Bali