Yacht Charters in Indonesia
Bali to Bali, Indonesia: 12 Days
Days 1 & 2: Bali to Lombok
Begin your Indonesian adventure from the loudest, brightest and probably best-known Lesser Sunda Island of Bali; home to elegant temples and sprawling landscapes dotted with surfing beaches and market-laden streets. Depending on how much time you have, Bali has more than enough sites and delights to keep you entertained for more than a few nights. If eager to set sail however, your journey on the sea begins by sailing through the Lombok Straits with wonderful views of the Agung volcano. Heading east brings the gorgeous Gili Islands in Lombok's north west which are perfect for snorkeling, diving and sunbathing.
Day 3: Lombok to Satonda
After exploring the Lombok region, the uninhabited island of Satonda offers a different view of Indonesia. The small volcanic island makes for a wonderful evening anchorage with its unique sunset that welcomes a colony of fruit bats high above in the skies.
Days 4 & 5: Satonda to Gili Banta & Gili Lawa Laut
Today sees the arrival at the first of the islands in the Komodo Archipelago. Gili Banta boasts brilliant anchorages perfect for swimming directly off the yacht. On the northeast tip of the archipelago, the islands of Gili Lawa Laut also provide beautiful bays and beaches that boast probably the very best dive sites off the journey.
Day 6: Gili Lawa Laut to Komodo
Famous for its colony of Komodo lizards, the world's largest species, Komodo is also a UNESCO World Heritage site. The National Park is a fantastic destination for hiking where any number of lizards, wild horses, buffalo and monkeys can be seen along the way. Also worth a visit are the pink-tinted sands of Red Beach.
Day 7: Komodo to Lubuanbajo
Located on the top-surfing island of Flores is the anchorage of Lubuanbajo where a trip to the village can see visitors witnessing the unique whip dance of the locals; a dance that depicts a whip and shield duel.
Days 8-10: Lubuanbajo to Kelimutu & Riung
Kelimutu is home to a spectacular volcano boasting three lakes of varying colors; Tiwu Ata Mbuu in blue, Tiwu Nuwa Muri Koo Fai in green and Tiwu Ata Polo in red. The tiny harbor of Ropa makes a good base for exploring these sites of unique phenomenon. Sailing west brings the archipelago of Riung which provides an ideal spot for snorkeling,
Days 11 & 12: Riung to Moyo & Bali
For the return trip to Bali, voyage back via the tiny island of Moyo which makes for a superb snorkeling spot as well as offering awe-inspiring waterfall excursions. Disembark back in the bright atmosphere of Bali.