Last updated: 21 September 2021
Our goal remains to ensure the best personal service for charters and intermediary travel within the most conservative safety parameters.
Since March 2020, staying up-to-date with new government regulations for international and domestic travel including testing requirements and new safety guidelines has been critical to ensuring charters go forth as planned.
Our first charters after the first lockdowns were in July 2020 and since then we have remained consistently active under the new safety protocols within the national parks with both domestic and international guests.
Once borders reopen we will be well prepared to ensure smooth operations for all guests to enjoy Indonesia safely again.
We will be updating this page to provide the most current information on the operating landscape as it evolves.
For any questions requiring a quick response, please contact: firstname.lastname@example.org.
1 November 2020 – All Indonesian National Parks are open for domestic and international visitors to cruise on yachts.
20 September 2021 – Foreign visitors may enter Indonesia with a valid residence permit or electronic business visa. Visa-free and visa-on-arrival entry for foreign travelers remains suspended until further notice. A mandatory 8 day quarantine on arrival is still in effect.
Borders are open to Indonesian nationals, foreign holders of residency permits, and foreign holders of business visas only.
Jakarta airport is operating for international flights.
Domestic flights are operating on regular schedules.
All passengers must undergo COVID-19 testing in advance.
Yachts have been cruising in the national parks since July 2020 in Komodo and August 2020 in Raja Ampat.
Harbormasters are authorizing yacht clearances and yacht charters are operating as normal.
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