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    • Navigable all year
    • Empty Beaches 
    • World-class Diving 
    • Multi cultural
    • Seafood 
    • BBQ on the beach
    • Komodo Dragons.

Introduction Indonesia

Indonesia is an incredibly diverse country. With over 17,500 islands, it is a multicultural, rich in cultures and traditions. From Sumatra to Papua, Bali, Java, Flores or Sulawesi, landscapes, cultures, ethnicities, languages, religions, rituals are varied, rich and fascinating. Travelling on a new Indonesian island is every time discovering a new side of Indonesia, its people and culture. Suffice to say that life would not be enough to explore the country, and that’s what makes it so attractive!

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Moreover, there is something for all tastes and all types of travellers. Hikers can hike and trek on volcanoes and in the jungle.  Relax, there is enough to do with all the beaches of the country (black sand, white, pink, turquoise blue water). Gourmands will enjoy local specialities, a multitude of restaurants, fresh fruit, etc. Adventurers will find their happiness by jumping in waterfalls and lagoons, snorkelling or scuba diving, exploring unknown corners of the country, in the jungle or whatever only accessible by boat. Hungry for cultures, you can explore Hindu temples, Buddhists, mosques, churches, see traditional dance performances and discover a multitude of cultures. If you are looking for authenticity, paths off the beaten path, if you want to get away from mass tourism, you will be spoiled for choice. If, on the other hand, you prefer to stay in places that are easier to access, it’s entirely feasible too, we have various itineraries. The fauna is vibrant: birds, butterflies, Komodo dragons, manta rays, friendly sharks, orangutans and the bird of paradise in Raja Ampat! Ditto for flora! And the best part of all this is that it is accessible all year round between Raja Ampat in the North hemisphere and the Komodo national park in the south. 

Yachting Experience is doing this best to open to all budgets: from charter by the cabin to private luxury cruises. A must for a honeymoon!


The Komodo national park in Indonesia includes 29 islands, very easy to access from Labuan Bajo. It is one of the most desired Scuba diving locations in the world. Komodo is popular because of its manta rays, a huge variety of diverse marine life and some of the healthiest, colorful color in the world.

There are so many Komodo dive sites to explore and going on a charter is the best  solution. You will plus than diving be able to explore some island as the famous Padar viewpoint and the famous Pink Beach but also namy otheres less known. The captain and crew will take good tare of you from the airport. All meals will be cook by an execllent chef while you enjoy your sunset coctail on the deck.

Raja Ampat

Raja Ampat (in literal meaning is 4 Kings) is an archipelago of West Papua province consisting of more than 1000 islands, the east part of Indonesia and four main islands, Waigeo, Batanta, Salawati, and Misool. Situated in a remote area, Raja Ampat offers otherworldly beauty that nothing else can offer.

The last city you will see is Sorong with a nice international aiport then far away from sky-scrapers, pollution, traffic jam, and noise of the busy city life, you will arrive after a short crossing in a paradise of the SEA. Endless turquoise-blue sea for amazing and easy diving, with more fish than you can imagine, lush green thick jungle, and friendliest people will be your paradise while you visit Raja Ampat.

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