Quite possibly the best cruising grounds on the planet await in an archipelago so varied and stunning, you may feel like you’ve discovered a new world.

Cruising The Ring of Fire

Indonesia’s volcanic islands rise from both the Indian and Pacific oceans in the heart of the Coral Triangle. Spread out over 5,000km (around 3,200 miles) along the equator, the archipelago is made up of more than 17,000 islands from Sumatra to Papua.

Boasting diversity ranging from Caribbean-like white sandy beaches to rainforest ecosystems to rival the Amazon, Indonesia’s natural beauty is second to none. Under the surface, the scuba diving in areas such as Komodo and Raja Ampat is widely regarded as the best in the world.

The Ultimate Adventures

Offering dramatic topography and an immense array of wildlife and cultures in one of the most diverse ecosystems on the planet, Indonesia is an intricate and endlessly fascinating frontier. Some of Indonesia’s national parks on their own are larger than entire European countries, and some remain largely untouched by the developed world.

Ancient temples and Dutch architecture testify to a storied past of powerful kingdoms and colonial spice trade subjugation. Eight UNESCO World Heritage sites grace Indonesia’s lands, where 300 regional languages are united under one flag. The possibilities for adventures are limitless.


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