Scuba Diving In Finest Island Of Indonesia

10 Day Trip
Per Day Price Level $$$$
Per Day Budget $ 636
Per Day USD ranges:
$$$$ < $250
$$$$ $250-500
$$$$ $500-750
$$$$ $750+
  • Charter your own yacht based on size and requirement and enjoy an exclusive tour of Indonesia's finest islands for diving and snorkeling
  • Snorkel at some of the world's finest sites, including the Tolomol Cave, an enormous cavern crowned with colossal stalactites
  • Snorkel in a stingless-jellyfish lake surrounded on all sides by steep jungle cliff
  • Explore Wayag; enjoy spectacular snorkeling, diving, kayaking and beach time; climb the renowned island peak behind the anchorage for a full panoramic view of the azure waterways
  • Trek to a local waterfall, enjoy a swim in the pool below the falls’ cave, and observe some of the most spectacular birds and butterflies on the trek

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  • Itinerary Summary

    Day 1 : SORONG TO MISOOL
    Guests will be met by the yacht’s crew at Sorong Airport and transferred to the harbour to board their private yacht. After guests have settled in and been briefed by the crew, the boat will set sail from Sorong Harbour to Misool. 
     

    Accommodation: On board

    Meals: All

    Day 2 : TOLOMOL, MISOOL
    Tolomol Cave is an enormous cavern, crowned with colossal stalactites, through which guests can snorkel. The furthest recesses of the passage open into a stunning, jungle-green filtered sunlit expanse, which leads to a pristine inner lake. Here guests can snorkel, surrounded on all sides by limestone cliffs, and over-shadowed at the entrance by shady trees. 
     

    Accommodation: On board

    Meals: All

    Day 3 : WAYILBATAN, MISOOL
    This morning, guests may spend the morning snorkeling the fringe reefs or exploring the innumerable tiny private white-sand beaches hidden amongst the islets. The sheltered bays of the Karst Cliffs are a superb place for paddleboards, kayaks and sailing canoes. In the afternoon, trek to the secluded site of one of the rarest natural phenomena on the planet – a stingless-jellyfish lake, where guests can snorkel with hundreds of harmless, moon-like jellyfish, surrounded on all sides by steep jungle cliffs. 
     

    Accommodation: On board

    Meals: all

    Day 4 : PENEMU, FAM
    A cluster of rocky limestone domes makes up the Penemu Islands. Draped with tiers of green vegetation, the islets encircle a shallow green bay and a walking trail along the rocky hills leads to a look out with magnificent views of the lagoon, its outlying islands, and the ocean beyond. From this spectacular enclosure, guests can travel out to some of the most celebrated snorkeling and diving sites in the area by speedboat. 
     

    Accommodation: On board

    Meals: all

    Day 5 : WAYAG ISLANDS, NORTH RAJA AMPAT
    Today, the boat will cruise into the interminable green island maze that comprises the most visually stunning scene in Raja Ampat – Wayag. Wayag offers spectacular snorkelling, diving, kayaking and beach time. Guests can climb the renowned island peak behind the anchorage for a full panoramic view of the azure waterways through the rock formations, and finish the hike with a swim on the white sand beach below. 
     

    Accommodation: On board

    Meals: all

    Day 6 : WAYAG ISLANDS, NORTH RAJA AMPAT
    Allowing guests to make the most of this outstanding natural landscape, the boat will remain in Wayag. Guests can snorkel or dive the stunning reefs near the entrance to the island maze, where schooling reef fish hover over slopes of vibrant hard corals, studded with sea fans, sponges and anemones. 
     

    Accommodation: On board

    Meals: all

    Day 7 : THE PASSAGE, WAIGEO
    The statuesque mushroom islands of Kabui Bay mark the entrance to a narrow channel of water through which strong currents run with each tide – the famous Passage. The channel is framed by limestone cliffs and green vegetation above the water; and below, it offers a rare glimpse at what is effectively a “salt water river”, shrouded with soft corals, fans and sponges, making the Passage equally stunning above and below the water. 
     

    Accommodation: On board

    Meals: all

    Day 8 : KRI, DAMPIER STRAIT
    Famed for its abundant fish-life and vibrant coral slopes, the Kri Peninsula offers some of the most spectacular underwater views in Raja Ampat. Here guests can snorkel over bustling coral reefs through veils of colorful reef fish, and encounter turtles, sharks and even manta rays. 
     

    Accommodation: On board

    Meals: all

    Day 9 : BATANTA, DAMPIER STRAIT
    The island of Batanta offers fantastic bird watching and jungle scenery. Here, guests can trek to the local waterfall, enjoy a swim in the pool below or underneath the falls’ cave, and observe some of the most spectacular birds and butterflies on the trek back to the vessel. This evening’s anchorage affords the chance to observe a spectacular island sunset, as well as a myriad of local bird life, such as Blythes hornbills, palm cockatoos, egrets & various sea eagles returning to roost for the evening. 
     

    Accommodation: On Board

    Meals: all

    Day 10 : DAY 10: BATANTA TO SORONG
    The boat will set sail early this morning towards to the port of Sorong. After a final farewell brunch, guests will be escorted to awaiting transportation in the harbour, and onwards to the local airport for their flight home. 
     
  • Duration
    10 days
    Difficulty
    Easy
    Primary Activities
    Scuba Diving
    No. of travellers
    Min. 2
    Other Activities
    Sailing, Trekking
    Children Allowed
    Yes
  • Comfort
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    Super luxury

    Our highest-end category of accommodation, Super Luxury is defined by top quality customer service and premium amenities. Hotels in this exclusive category include the Aman resorts, Oberoi Vilas hotels, and certain independent purveyors.

    Luxury

    Luxury Hotels meet the standards of most well-known 5-star hotel brands around the world, and include premium accommodations and amenities. In some cases our Luxury category overlaps with the "boutique" hotels, many of which are equally luxurious and accommodating.

    Boutique

    Boutique hotels are typically smaller, or independently owned hotels that offer top-end service and amenities equivalent to luxury providers. Boutique hotels often differentiate themselves from bigger hotel brands through their unique character, location, or history.

    Glamping

    Glamping (short for “glamorous camping”) and lodges denotes outdoor-focused accommodations that combine the best of nature with a designer / comfort angle in mind, so customers can get the best of both worlds.

    Camping

    Camping refers to a wide range of tented accommodation, which will most likely apply to outdoor / adventure trips like trekking, hiking, etc.

    Others

  • Price Details (per person)

    High Season Jan to Mar $ 6,359 $ 636 per day
    High Season Nov to Dec $ 6,359 $ 636 per day

    * All Prices are per person based on double occupancy. Some savings may be available for larger groups.

Cost Includes
  • Crew including a western cruise director and a private chef 
  • Full board meals
  • Non-alcoholic drinks
  • All activities
  • Dive gear 
  • National park fees 
  • Fuel
Cost Excludes
  • Air tickets
  • Tips
  • Personal Expenses
Day 1 : SORONG TO MISOOL
Guests will be met by the yacht’s crew at Sorong Airport and transferred to the harbour to board their private yacht. After guests have settled in and been briefed by the crew, the boat will set sail from Sorong Harbour to Misool. 
 
Accommodation: On Board
All Meals Included
Day 2 : TOLOMOL, MISOOL
Tolomol Cave is an enormous cavern, crowned with colossal stalactites, through which guests can snorkel. The furthest recesses of the passage open into a stunning, jungle-green filtered sunlit expanse, which leads to a pristine inner lake. Here guests can snorkel, surrounded on all sides by limestone cliffs, and over-shadowed at the entrance by shady trees. 
 
Accommodation: On Board
All Meals Included
Day 3 : WAYILBATAN, MISOOL
This morning, guests may spend the morning snorkeling the fringe reefs or exploring the innumerable tiny private white-sand beaches hidden amongst the islets. The sheltered bays of the Karst Cliffs are a superb place for paddleboards, kayaks and sailing canoes. In the afternoon, trek to the secluded site of one of the rarest natural phenomena on the planet – a stingless-jellyfish lake, where guests can snorkel with hundreds of harmless, moon-like jellyfish, surrounded on all sides by steep jungle cliffs. 
 
Accommodation: On Board
All Meals Included
Day 4 : PENEMU, FAM
A cluster of rocky limestone domes makes up the Penemu Islands. Draped with tiers of green vegetation, the islets encircle a shallow green bay and a walking trail along the rocky hills leads to a look out with magnificent views of the lagoon, its outlying islands, and the ocean beyond. From this spectacular enclosure, guests can travel out to some of the most celebrated snorkeling and diving sites in the area by speedboat. 
 
Accommodation: On Board
All Meals Included
Day 5 : WAYAG ISLANDS, NORTH RAJA AMPAT
Today, the boat will cruise into the interminable green island maze that comprises the most visually stunning scene in Raja Ampat – Wayag. Wayag offers spectacular snorkelling, diving, kayaking and beach time. Guests can climb the renowned island peak behind the anchorage for a full panoramic view of the azure waterways through the rock formations, and finish the hike with a swim on the white sand beach below. 
 
Accommodation: On Board
All Meals Included
Day 6 : WAYAG ISLANDS, NORTH RAJA AMPAT
Allowing guests to make the most of this outstanding natural landscape, the boat will remain in Wayag. Guests can snorkel or dive the stunning reefs near the entrance to the island maze, where schooling reef fish hover over slopes of vibrant hard corals, studded with sea fans, sponges and anemones. 
 
Accommodation: On Board
All Meals Included
 
Day 7 : THE PASSAGE, WAIGEO
The statuesque mushroom islands of Kabui Bay mark the entrance to a narrow channel of water through which strong currents run with each tide – the famous Passage. The channel is framed by limestone cliffs and green vegetation above the water; and below, it offers a rare glimpse at what is effectively a “salt water river”, shrouded with soft corals, fans and sponges, making the Passage equally stunning above and below the water. 
 
Accommodation: On Board
All Meals Included
 
Day 8 : KRI, DAMPIER STRAIT
Famed for its abundant fish-life and vibrant coral slopes, the Kri Peninsula offers some of the most spectacular underwater views in Raja Ampat. Here guests can snorkel over bustling coral reefs through veils of colorful reef fish, and encounter turtles, sharks and even manta rays. 
 
Accommodation: On Board
All Meals Included
Day 9 : BATANTA, DAMPIER STRAIT
The island of Batanta offers fantastic bird watching and jungle scenery. Here, guests can trek to the local waterfall, enjoy a swim in the pool below or underneath the falls’ cave, and observe some of the most spectacular birds and butterflies on the trek back to the vessel. This evening’s anchorage affords the chance to observe a spectacular island sunset, as well as a myriad of local bird life, such as Blythes hornbills, palm cockatoos, egrets & various sea eagles returning to roost for the evening. 
 
Accommodation: On Board
All Meals Included
Day 10 : DAY 10: BATANTA TO SORONG
The boat will set sail early this morning towards to the port of Sorong. After a final farewell brunch, guests will be escorted to awaiting transportation in the harbour, and onwards to the local airport for their flight home. 
 

Cost of the entire itinerary

High Season Jan to Mar $ 6,359 $ 636 per day
High Season Nov to Dec $ 6,359 $ 636 per day
Months not available Apr to Oct
Cost Includes
  • Crew including a western cruise director and a private chef 
  • Full board meals
  • Non-alcoholic drinks
  • All activities
  • Dive gear 
  • National park fees 
  • Fuel
Cost Excludes
  • Air tickets
  • Tips
  • Personal Expenses
Climate

Indonesia experiences an almost entirely tropical climate as it is split by the Equator.

The area has a relatively high humidity, ranging from 70 to 90 percent.

The northern lowlands have tropical rainforests, while the southern lowlands have seasonal forests.

Each region of Indonesia contains different habitats and creatures. Mammals like orangutans and elephants are rampant.

Visas, Travel Documents and Special Permits

Please note that you are responsible for checking your destination country's visa requirements and then getting the visa accordingly.

 

Further, most countries require travelers to have a passport that is valid from at least 6 months from the day of entry into the country, so please confirm that you satisfy your destination country or countries passport, visa and medical (if any) requirements well in advance of your trip.

Physical Fitness/Skills

NA

Immunizations / Medical Requirements

NA

Recommended Packing List

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Meals provided

Other useful tips

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Operator ID

4749

Operator Profile

Coming up on 5 years old, this company has climbed to the top of the charts very quickly as the premier go-to experts of Indonesia's gorgeous coastline. Led by an ex-British Royal Navy sailor and live-aboard Scuba Instructor/Cruise Director, and assisted by an ex-luxury yacht stewardess who also brings years of experience working for London's leading lifestyle agencies, this team of marine and luxury stalwarts will ensure every trip is planned and executed with panache and precision. The sailing and lifestyle press, can't get enough of them, a sentiment shared by all their ecstatic clients thus far.

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