Super Yachting The Indonesian Archipelago Spreading the 17,000 islands which make up Indonesia you’ll be hard pushed not to find an azure of crystal clear water and white sand beach stretching the island’s vistas dotted with some of the world’s best surf breaks and a multitude of opportunities for divers of all abilities. The six […]

Asmat Region

The Asmat region is located southwest of the Papua province located on the western island of New Guinea. Getting its name from the region it covers but also the Asmat tribe who inhabit it. The land is covered by flat plains and overgrown mangrove forests and shows off the largest alluvial swamp in the world […]

Cenderawasih Bay

A bay stretching more than 300km northwest of the Indonesian province of Papua. At the eastern side of the Indonesian Archipelago is Cenderawasih Bay. Collectively with Raja Ampat, they make up the Bird’s Head Seascape. Containing secrets of the regions geological history and tectonic evolution. Relatively close in proximity although more remote and remarkably different […]

Mentawai Islands

The Mentawais are a chain of about seventy islands and islets approximately 150 kilometres off the western coast of Sumatra in Indonesia with the islands lying off the Sumatran coast across the Mentawai Strait. Among these islands are four main ones; Sipora Islands, Siberut Island, North Pagai Island (Pagai Utara) and South Pagai Island (Pagai […]

Sunda Strait

The Sunda Strait lies between the Indonesian islands of Java and Sumatra and connects the Java Sea to the Indian Ocean with one of the world’s most famous active volcanoes, Krakatoa. The archipelago of Krakatoa is a small group of volcanic islands that form part of the Ujung Kulon National Park. A UNESCO world heritage […]


Stretching from the Indian Ocean to the Strait of Melaka, North Sumatra borders Aceh province on the northwest with Riau and West Sumatra provinces to the southeast. Covering an area of 72,981 square kilometres the land is a variety of low plains and rising mountain ranges which run the length of Sumatra. Easy access by […]


Central Java is one of Indonesia’s richest and most diverse regions. From dramatic landscapes perfect for hiking to taking in the view from on top of Mt Merapi. Trekking through the Menoreh Hills and lush passings of enchanting rice paddies to local villages and spice plantations; it’s an experience for the senses and the soul. […]


Located north of the larger island of Halmahera in the province of North Maluku, Morotai Island was once a World War II military base and airfield for the Japanese. An area which is now rich in historical heritage however virtually unseen these days. It’s the remnants of such times which remain underwater with a number […]


Pulau Halmahera is the largest island in the Maluku Island province shaped with four mountainous peninsulas and scores of active volcanoes. The area is dotted with scenic lakes, caves and surrounding islands some of which are still unexplored. The island is home to the highest number of endemic birds of all the Maluku Islands and […]


The beauty of Flores begins with its name meaning flower in Portugese. The island which possesses a myriad of environments and scents hailing from coffee roasting in the hills and clove cigarettes to the unmissable scent of the ocean. It’s the perfect getaway from the crowds to enjoy all that this secluded and idyllic place […]