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Rice terrace in Tegalalang in Ubud, Bali, Indonesia
Lemo a famous burial site with coffins placed in caves carved into the rock, guarded by balconies of dressed wooden statues, images of the dead persons called tau tau in local language, Tana Toraja in South Sulawesi, Indonesia.
Chef Mikael Sjoberg at a local market buying ingredients to make creative dishes on the National Geographic Orion. Pulao Belitung, Bangka Belitung Islands, Indonesia
Underwater view of a guest taking  photos of the coral reef in Pulau Lintang Island, Anambas Archipelago, Riau Islands Province, Indonesia
View of the traditional homes in Tana Toraja in South Sulawesi, Indonesia.
Rice terrace in Tegalalang in Ubud, Bali, Indonesia
ExpeditionsBali and Beyond: Exploring Indonesia’s Corals, Komodos, and Culture

Bali and Beyond: Exploring Indonesia’s Corals, Komodos, and Culture

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Embark on a mesmerizing expedition through Indonesia, a paradise brimming with cultural marvels and natural splendors. Immerse yourself in the beautiful beaches, ancient temples, and lush fields of Bali and Ubud. Journey through enchanting national parks to experience Komodo dragons in the wild and abundant marine life with a chance to snorkel or dive vibrant coral reefs. Venture into the mountainous region of Toraja, a stunning blend of rice fields and architectural wonders. 

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A guest snorkeling in Pulau, Indonesia
  • Explore the rich marine biodiversity and stunning coral formations at Taka Bonerate and Wakatobi National Parks through snorkeling, diving, and other water sports

  • Visit the remarkable Komodo National Park, a UNESCO World Heritage site, to go in search of the legendary Komodo dragon

  • Encounter the unique culture, beautiful architecture, and intriguing traditions of Toraja in Indonesia's mountainous region

  • Experience vibrant cultural displays in Baubau and Flores Island and witness exquisite ikat weaving on Lembata Island and in the village of Watublapi

  • Discover the ancient volcanic island of Satonda and its sacred lake, offering a serene and picturesque setting for exploration

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14 Days
starts at
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From

$9,800

/ per person

Was $10,800Save $1,000

Book Now
dates
Jun
duration
14 Days
starts at
Denpasar, Bali, Indonesia
ends at
Denpasar, Bali, Indonesia

View our brochure for more details

From

$9,800

/ per person

Was $10,800Save $1,000

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dates
Jun
duration
14 Days
starts at
Denpasar, Bali, Indonesia
ends at
Denpasar, Bali, Indonesia
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Expedition Spotlight - Finding the Komodo Dragon The World's Largest Lizard

  • Feb 2024

On several of our Indonesian expeditions, our ships call on the beautiful island of Komodo, a UNESCO World Heritage site, national park, and home to the world’s largest living lizard. The famed Komodo dragon, which reaches up to 150 lbs and 10 feet in length, can be found roaming the island’s trails amongst the company of vibrant tropical birds twittering in the trees, or lounging near crystalline shores during the dry season. In this Expedition Spotlight, join Naturalist Mike Greenfelder as he spots these apex predators in the wild and shares more about one of the rarest reptile species on the planet.

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