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With over 17,000 islands that cover nearly 750,000 square miles of land and sea, Indonesia is  one of the largest countries in the world. It’s also one of the most ancient and culturally rich places on earth, with a deep history of spice trading, European influence, and intertwining religious backgrounds.

On Indonesia cruises, you’ll uncover this country’s wild, elemental natural beauty, from volcanoes and jungles in Celukan Bawang to secluded surf spots in Lombok. Get your adrenaline going on a jet ski tour around the beaches of Benoa, or try fresh vegetable curries as you sip on cool coconut milk after a yoga class in Ubud. You’ll experience the best of Bali, Lombok, and their surrounding islands on a luxury cruise to Indonesia with Celebrity.

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Blissful bali.

Cruises to Indonesia will bring you to the world-famous island of Bali, where a boho vibe, exciting cuisine, and unspoiled beaches await. Bask in the sun on the bright white sands of Gunung Payung Beach, or head to artsy Ubud for an afternoon of yoga or a traditional dance class to rejuvenate your spirits. Relax with a fresh acai bowl or tropical blended cocktail as you overlook the palm-fringed sands of Nusa Dua and soak in this magical island’s blissful energy before heading back to the ship.

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Indonesia is full of natural beauty, unique biospheres, and some of the most sought-after beaches on earth. On cruises to Indonesia you’ll have the opportunity to trek to volcanic crater lakes, ride scenic boats through mangroves, surf and snorkel at tucked away jungle beaches, and much more. From casual birdwatching to adrenaline-boosting ATV safari tours, you’ll find endless opportunities to explore the natural world on a cruise to Indonesia.

Cross-Cultural Experiences

Indonesia is a country of contrasts in every way, and one of the biggest highlights of visiting is experiencing an array of harmonious, intertwining local cultures. Each port has its own traditions when it comes to food, art, architecture, dialect, and religion. This diverse cultural blend allows you to immerse yourself in a world of temples, shrines, ancient healing practices, local art, and island cuisine. Discover new perspectives, make everlasting memories, and gain a fresh understanding of how harmonious and welcoming this diverse island culture can be.

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Celukan bawang.

Celukan Bawang lies on the northern coast of Bali, fringed by dense tropical jungles to the south and the beautiful Bali sea to the north. Here you’ll enjoy the quieter, less developed side of the island. Visit Segara Karang Rata, a coastal wildlife preserve that hugs the sea, or Lovina Beach, where you may spot dolphins. Journey out to a tropical plantation to try the famous Kopi Luwak, an unusual and prized coffee. Step into the Brahmavihara-Arama Buddhist Temple, Bali’s largest Buddhist monastery, and join a meditation class.

Lombok is the perfect compliment to Bali, just across a narrow strait but different in both culture and faith. While in Lombok, explore the village of Kuta, where you’ll find small restaurants with fantastic local seafood curries, an uncrowded beach, and nearby nature escapes that are easy to access by taxi or tuk-tuk. Thrill-seekers can trek on the slopes of the towering volcano, Mount Rinjani, or for a more relaxed experience, you could take a guided jeep tour around the blue-green caldera lake, Segara Anak.

The port of Benoa is the main southern gateway to Bali for cruise ships, and a short distance from the island’s principal city, Denpasar. Take a day trip to artsy Ubud for colorful café scenes, yoga, artisan gift shopping, and a deliciously healthy acai bowl to feed the soul. Enjoy thrilling water sports like kitesurfing, wakeboarding, and jet skiing on Tanjung Benoa Beach. Visit the Pura Dalem Ning Lan Taman Beji temple site to reflect on the island’s intricate and harmonic blend of both Buddhist and Hindu traditions, where three majestic gates made of white-hued sandstone greet worshippers and visitors.

Indonesia Cruise Itineraries

Cruises to Indonesia cover a wide range of ports and countries in the region. They typically sail for about 11 to 15 nights, and include between three and eight days at sea, depending on your itinerary. Options include voyages between Bali and Singapore, or Sydney and Singapore, with some cruises overnighting in Benoa. Most set sail between October and March, at varying times throughout the week.


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View of the Nusa Dua Beach on a sunny day in Bali, Indonesia

View of the Nusa Dua Beach on a sunny day in Bali, Indonesia

The beaches at Nusa Dua are known for being some of Bali's cleanest and most beautiful, as well as its least crowded. Relax in the white sands at Pantai Geger — the water temperatures here are among Bali's warmest. Then, take the boat out to Turtle Island, where you can see the area's cutest aquatic animals in a protected conservation area.

Uluwatu Temple Pura Luhur in Bali, Indonesia

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Uluwatu Temple Pura Luhur in Bali, Indonesia

You don't need to be religious to feel divine upon arriving at Uluwatu Temple, a famous oceanside Hindu shrine that's only a short drive from Benoa. Gawk at the scenic views you enjoy from the top, or make friends with the mischievous monkeys who call the temple grounds home.

A sculpture depicting Indonesian history in a local Bali art museum

Learn Local Culture

Speaking of Balinese heritage, stopping in Benoa also puts you in easy reach of the Pasifika Museum with your Bali cruise. Here, you can discover artwork both from renowned local Balinese artists and notable European immigrants, as well as historical artifacts from the greater South Pacific region.

Traditional Seafood Satay and Rice in Bali, Indonesia

Local Cuisine

Hindu Bali is notable as the only island of an otherwise Muslim Indonesia. That means that pork is served, and Babi Guling — whole roasted pig, Balinese-style — is the traditional preparation. But other great eats aren't far away, either. Try satay, grilled meat skewered and served with an accompanying sauce: Seafood versions like prawns are popular here. Vegetarians can enjoy tofu dishes or sayur mesanten , veggies braised in coconut milk.

Traditional henna and arts on the crafts in Bali, Indonesia

Benoa doesn't have a central shopping area, so you'll need to visit the gift shops of local hotels for the best souvenir shopping. Popular choices include Melia Bali and the Goodway Hotel, where you can buy colorful Batik fabric or traditional Balinese incense during your Bali cruise.

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  • See Penida Island, Lembongan Island, and Ceningan Island—all in a day
  • Discover Penida’s pristine coral on two separate snorkeling stops
  • Soak up the rays over a buffet lunch at a stylish beach club
  • Enjoy 2-way door-to-door transfers from many Ubud and south Bali hotels
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  • Entry/Admission - Bali Hai Cruises
  • Entry/Admission - Nusa Penida Island
  • Entry/Admission - Crystal Bay
  • Entry/Admission - Ceningan Cliffs
  • Entry/Admission - Nusa Penida
  • Entry/Admission - Nusa Lembongan
  • Entry/Admission - Mushroom Beach
  • Alcoholic drinks (available to purchase)
  • Bottled water (available to purchase)
  • We pick up from all hotels in -Seminyak -Legian/Kuta -Tuban -Sanur -Nusa Dua -Bukit/Uluwatu -Jimbaran -Ubud -Tanah Lot
  • Not wheelchair accessible
  • Not recommended for travellers with back problems
  • No heart problems or other serious medical conditions
  • Not recommended for pregnant travellers
  • Children must be accompanied by an adult
  • Minimum age is 10 years
  • Bring sun cream
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  • For a full refund, cancel at least 24 hours in advance of the start date of the experience.
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  • 1 Bali Hai Cruises Stop: 30 minutes - Admission included See details
  • 2 Nusa Penida Island Stop: 60 minutes - Admission included See details
  • 3 Crystal Bay Stop: 45 minutes - Admission included See details
  • 4 Ceningan Cliffs Stop: 60 minutes - Admission included See details
  • 5 TOYA PAKEH BEACH Stop: 60 minutes - Admission included See details
  • 6 Hai Tide Beach Resort Stop: 2 hours - Admission included See details
  • 7 Mushroom Beach Stop: 30 minutes - Admission included See details
  • You'll return to the starting point

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  • anggelinab2022 0 contributions 5.0 of 5 bubbles Great experience! Such a great experience! Thank you for all the crew.. especially for Mba Dian & Putu Sumi ☺️ it will linger in our memories.. and we will comeback for sureee! Read more Written 12 May 2024
  • 426aqibj 0 contributions 5.0 of 5 bubbles Bali high rise Firstly the driver who picked me up was so cool and relaxed delivered me with plenty of time to get ready and relax ahead of the reef cruise, the staff aboard from the moment it began was so high class and welcoming, I was instantly greeted with a glass of juice which was amazing and so nice of them, it didn’t matter whether I was on the top deck or lower the greeting and briefings was played loud on a microphone with speakers so I was able to start to catch a tan on the top deck and listen to the briefings, I chose to do the scuba diving which was optional however snorkelling water slides and banana boat rides was all included in the cruise which was exceptional and so good, the food was amazing and also my guide for the scuba diving helped me all the way, he took some brilliant pictures of me underwater as well, the tour of buds lenbognan was cool we went in pick up trucks and got to see the seaweed bedding aswell as enjoying time on the beach to relax and lay back, a separate pool area with beach volleyball was also free to use and finally the music on deck could not have been any better, the dj was fantastic such a great day and would highly recommend to anyone reading and finally a big thank you to high rise Bali for giving me such a special day! Read more Written 12 May 2024
  • O552JCdavidr 0 contributions 5.0 of 5 bubbles great night Fun night. Excellent staff super surprising entertainment. try this evening out. it's a very good night food was excellent Read more Written 11 May 2024
  • Z6143DKalicer 0 contributions 5.0 of 5 bubbles Best and interesting Amazing experience and good food friendly staff Trisna and nice beach activities and beautiful staff view and stone and great Read more Written 9 May 2024
  • mariyakM5255XV 0 contributions 5.0 of 5 bubbles Honeymoon of my life This was the best service and friendliest staff ever best experience! Amalia was the best and helped with everything. Even took pictures for us Read more Written 8 May 2024
  • nolwennl359 0 contributions 5.0 of 5 bubbles Amazing experience ! Amazing service, lively knowledgeable people, enjoyed everything ! Snorkelling, banana boat, fantastic lunch, island tour with algae farm tour, boat ride, fantastic experience, definitely recommend !! Read more Written 8 May 2024
  • 41koki 0 contributions 5.0 of 5 bubbles Best Bali experience! Had a wonderful time with my family. The crew's wonderful and friendly. The food is tasty and superb. Will definitely be back soon. Read more Written 7 May 2024
  • Cheriiel 0 contributions 4.0 of 5 bubbles A fun evening A really fun few hours. Lovely food with a nice variety. Friendly staff. The cabaret show was excellent. The views were beautiful. Highly recommend this for a lazy few hours. Read more Written 6 May 2024
  • Curious50014360989 0 contributions 5.0 of 5 bubbles Fun in the sun Asri was amazing! Will come back and do this experience again. A must do in Bali! The water activities were so much fun and the staff was very helpful and friendly Read more Written 6 May 2024
  • donna T 0 contributions 5.0 of 5 bubbles Just Fantastic! 🥰 This is the 3rd time I have been on this cruise and I’m never disappointed. This time I brought my teenage daughter with me and she loved it too. The staff are amazing, accommodating and always smiling, absolutely beautiful human beings. The food!! Wow always tastes amazing and something for everyone. Entertainment absolutely spectacular couldn’t wipe the smile off my face and the way that they interact with the audience is just awesome to watch!! Thank you for making our last night in Bali an enjoyable one. Read more Written 5 May 2024
  • K547OUjaded 0 contributions 5.0 of 5 bubbles Very beautiful Was a great experience with great entertainment and very pretty view and him food. Great staff and over all experience great Read more Written 5 May 2024
  • Sunshine11169296397 0 contributions 5.0 of 5 bubbles Relaxing Excellent service and they looked after my children so well!! Couldn’t recommend more highly enough! Loved it so much! Read more Written 5 May 2024
  • E4246TTkatiew 0 contributions 5.0 of 5 bubbles GREAT TIME, GREAT FOOD It was great! Friendly service and good food! Loved the show as well! It started with small snacks and then we had dinner with live music. Then the show was after Read more Written 4 May 2024
  • jacobtV5719II 0 contributions 5.0 of 5 bubbles A night to remember with Bali Hai Dinner Cruise This was part of our week long tour package so I’m not sure about the exact price but I would totally recommend! The entire crew is so friendly and high energy throughout the experience. Free drink upon boarding, great music all night (DJ and live band), super fun cabaret show to close it out. Food was also the best buffet we’ve had so bar in Bali. No issues at all 10/10. Read more Written 4 May 2024
  • 291sheenae 0 contributions 5.0 of 5 bubbles great last night in bali! so fun!! started with a dj on the top deck playing fun dancing music as the sun set, then an amazing buffet with really good food with live music from a band, then a very fun dance show with traditional dance, drag, and pop music! Read more Written 4 May 2024

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A Guide to Island Hopping From Bali

  • March 23, 2023

Island hopping from Bali to the neighboring islands is a great way to explore the tropical beauty of Indonesia.

From Bali, a speedy boat ride can get you to the nearby islands of Nusa Penida, Nusa Lembongan and Ceningan, as well as Lombok and the Gili Islands.

Explore even more magnificent nature, and have a more calm and relaxed experience than the mainland – it’s basically the perfect opportunity for a holiday within a holiday!

Here is everything you need to know about island hopping from Bali.

Why Go Island Hopping in Bali?

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Bali is surrounded by many different islands, each with unique cultures, landscapes and activities. All much smaller than Bali, you can easily explore a lot more of these islands in a shorter amount of time.

From relaxing on the beach, to exploring vibrant underwater life and learning the cultural heritage of the region, heading off the mainland is a great way to enjoy even more of this paradise part of the world.

Gili Trawangan, Nusa Lembongan, Nusa Penida and Lombok are a few of the most popular islands to visit, while lesser-known islands such as Ceningan and Pemuteran are equally as beautiful.

Each of these islands has something a little different to offer, from snorkelling and diving, to trekking and hiking. Although it is possible to visit a handful of these islands for a day trip, taking the time for an overnight stay will give you the chance to really immerse in the tropical magic.

Travelers who backpack around Bali love to take the time to visit each of the islands and take advantage of the reasonable prices. If you have the time, add some of these amazing islands to your Bali bucket list!

Where to Island Hopping from Bali?

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The Gili Islands for partying, Nusa Penida for nature, Nusa Lembongan for diving, Lombok for surfing – check out these INCREDIBLE islands just a quick trip from Bali.

Island Hopping to Gili Trawangan

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Gili Trawangan is one of the small tropical islands located off the coast of Lombok. Lined with stunning white sand beaches, buzzing beach bars and small, independent restaurants and cafes, it has all the right vibes of Bali without the crowds.

There aren’t any motor vehicles on the island, only horse-drawn carts and bicycles. When you get off at the dock you will be lured into taking a horse-drawn cart to your accommodation, but you will be contributing to the harsh conditions of the horses. Everything is easily walkable around the island, and although you may be a little hot, you will have a clear conscience.

Snorkeling and diving are popular activities, with the coral reefs right off the beach with plenty of colorful fish, turtles and marine life.

Gili T has the most lively nightlife of the Gili islands. Their bars party into the early morning, with a healthy flood of travelers from all over the world. There is even a special night food market for those drunken bites after a heavy night of partying.

To get over to the Gilis , you will have an option of the cheaper, local boat that will take you to Lombok, or the speedy fast boat that drops you right in the ocean off the shore of each of the Gili Islands. The length of your journey will depend on which harbour, weather conditions and type of boat you get. The crowds can get a little bit manic around the harbours, but once you are on the island, you will feel the full paradise effect!

Once on the island, getting around is super easy by bicycle. You can get around the whole island in less than an hour!

Where to Stay in Gili Trawangan:

Love coconut bungalows.

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PinkCoco Gili Trawangan

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Island Hopping to Gili Air and Meno

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Gili Air and Gili Meno are 2 smaller islands located beside Gili Trawangan. Just as stunningly tropical and idyllic, the white sand beaches meet crystal clear waters with beach bars and restaurants encompassing the perimeter.

Gili Meno sits between Trawangan and Air. It is a little less often visited than its neighbors, but boasts all the same magnificent features like clean beaches, great restaurants, accommodations and amenities.

The middle child, Gili Air, is known for its chill vibe and amazing snorkeling. When the hectic parties of Gili T don’t suit, Gili Air offers something a little more calm and relaxed.

It’s super easy to get from one Gili to another, whether you hire a small boat or hop on a transfer. Visiting all 3 is super recommended for a fun filled, island hopping weekend in Bali. You can just stop by from Gili T for an afternoon of snorkeling and exploring.

Where to Stay in Gili Air and Meno:

Les villas ottalia gili meno.

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Sejuk Cottages

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Island Hopping to Lombok

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Island hopping from Bali to Lombok is great for the adventurous travelers among us.

You can get over to Lombok by plane or boat, depending on your preference. Flying from Bali to Lombok only takes about 45 minutes, though you’ll want to account for the transit times in the airport. The ferry from Padang Bai is a 2 hour trip, with magnificent views and it much more of an experience.

Obviously, weather conditions will have an affect on your boating conditions. Be sure to check out the departure times and conditions before hopping aboard.

There are so many things to do and see when exploring Lombok. Bukit Merese is the place to go for incredible sunsets, white Selong Belanak Beach is epic for a day in the sun and enjoying the clean ocean waters.

Villas in Lombok are really beautiful. But if you are looking for something a bit cheaper there are so many amazing places to stay in Lombok .

Where to Stay in Lombok:

The lombok lodge suites & private villas.

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Katamaran Hotel & Resort

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Island Hopping to Nusa Penida

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Nusa Penida is the closest neighbouring island to mainland Bali, and is only a speedy 45 minute boat ride away. You can hop on a boat from either Tanjung Benoa or Sanur, and it’ll cost you an easy USD$20.

People often refer to Nusa Penida as what Bali used to be – a simple, beautiful place with sprawling and landscapes and very few large buildings. You’ll find quaint local spots hidden among nature, as well as a few ultra-luxe resorts looking back over the mountain range of Bali.

The must-see spots on the island include:

  • Atuh Beach – surrounded by towering cliffs and crystal-clear waters, making it a favorite place for sunbathing, swimming, and exploring.
  • Angel’s Billabong – a natural infinity pool where you can take a dip in the warm waters. Be careful when you are here because big dangerous waves might come unexpectedly. It’s important to always be vigilant and not get caught in the current.
  • Kelingking Beach – home to an amazing viewpoint that overlooks the entire island. The picturesque view of the turquoise waters and lush greenery will take your breath away. For those looking for a more adrenaline-filled experience, you can go diving or snorkeling in the clear waters, or explore the nearby caves and coves.

When travelling to Nusa Penida be ready for winding roads and crazy drop offs. You won’t want to take your first scooter driving lesson here! It’s super easy to hire a driver – don’t take the risk!

Where to Stay in Nusa Penida:

Semabu hills hotel nusa penida.

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MAUA Nusa Penida Bali

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Island Hopping to Nusa Lembongan

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You can island hop from Bali to Nusa Lembongan by a 30 minute ferry. A small island beside Nusa Penida, it is an idyllic spot for a lazy weekend in the sun, on perfect white sands and soaking up the chilled vibes.

There is so much to do on the small island including diving, snorkeling, surfing and fishing! If you fancy visiting some of Nusa Lembongan’s incredible natural beauties, make sure to go to Dream Beach, Devil’s Tears and Mushroom Bay.

Where to Stay in Nusa Lembongan:

Hai tide beach resort.

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The Well House

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Island Hopping to Nusa Ceningan

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Nusa Ceningan is connected to Nusa Lembongan by the iconic yellow bridge. As with all the islands, the only way to get to Nusa Ceningan from Bali is by taking a ferry from Sanur or Padang Bai. Once on the island, you can easily rent a motorbike to get around and explore.

Snorkeling and swimming are some of the best things to do on the island, with beautiful white sand beaches and calm waters surrounding the coastline. The towering cliffs make an incredible backdrop for your Insta-pics, it’s truly a tropical paradise.

The currents around Nusa Ceningan can be quite strong. Only confident swimmers should consider getting in the water, and stay within the outlined areas for safety.

You’ll want to make sure to pack some comfortable shoes for exploring Nusa Ceningan, there is so much walking and exploring to be done!

Where to Stay in Nusa Ceningan:

Nusa veranda sunset villas & restaurant.

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Indigo Blue Ceningan

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Island Hopping to Menjangan Island

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The government protected coral reefs of Menjangan Island draw in the most avid of divers and snorkelers. As part of the West Bali National Park, there is a specialised effort to ensure the area remains as healthy and natural as possible.

To get to Menjangan Island you will go through Labuhan Lalang, a small fishing village on the northwest coast of Bali. From the shore you will hop on a boat to take you across to the isolated island. The boat ride is a bit long, but the incredible views you get of Bali make it worth while.

On the island, you will be amazed by the variety of wildlife. It is home to monkeys, wild pigs, and even peacocks!

It’s the coral reefs that people come to visit for. They are truly beautiful with loads of marine life. Even novice divers in Bali can explore the nearby shipwrecks as the currents are easy to navigate.

Where to Stay in Menjangan Island:

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Island Hopping to Gili Putih

Gili Putih is one of the lesser visited islands around Bali.

It is a picturesque paradise with white sands, clear waters and beautiful landscapes.

As with all of the islands, you can dive into the water and see some of the stunning fish and marine life that live on the reefs.

Gili Putih is an idyllic destination for an escape from the hustle and bustle of modern life. With its beaches, vibrant coral reefs, and stunning sunsets, it’s a real paradise on earth.

Where to Stay in Gili Putih:

Sun suko boutique resort & yoga retreat.

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Travel Tips for Island Hopping from Bali

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Island hopping from Bali is a great way to explore multiple islands in a short space of time. You can do it spur of the moment, or plan weeks in advance.

  • Research in advance – researching which islands you want to go to, how to get there and what to do when you get there will make your island hopping journey seamless. With so much info available on the internet (Balipedia ;)) you can plan your whole trip, down to your transport before heading off!
  • Choose the right transport – Depending on the islands you plan to visit, there are a number of transport options available. You may choose to take a ferry, charter a boat or take a plane. Each option has its own advantages and disadvantages, so it’s important to consider your budget, time constraints and the distance between the islands when making your decision.
  • Pack light – Island hopping can involve a lot of moving around, so it’s important to pack light. Choose a backpack or suitcase that is easy to transport and that you can easily carry on and off boats and planes. Consider bringing versatile pieces of clothing that can be layered, as the weather can be unpredictable.
  • Take the time to explore – Island hopping can be a busy experience, but make sure you take the time to explore the islands you visit. Stop and take in the views, try the local cuisine and take part in activities to help you make the most of your experience.

Final Thoughts

Exploring the mainland of Bali is a wild adventure, and once you add in island hopping you are in for an incredible time!

From the famous party Gilis, to the scenic Nusas and protected Menjangan Island, island hopping around Bali will be like hopping from one paradise to another. Each lined with phenomenal white sand beaches and clear waters, divers and snorkelers will be living the dream.

When you are heading to Bali, don’t forget to make some time to head to all the stunning surrounding islands.

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Our cruises are the heart and soul of Bali Hai. Over the last three decades, we’ve guided thousands of guests around Nusa Lembongan, Nusa Penida and even the Gili Islands. On each day trip you can be active, stay relaxed, scuba dive or try sea walking. We have an impeccable safety record and a real focus on sustainability, so you and your family and friends can feel good about choosing us.

Nusa Lembongan

Located off the southeast coast of Bali, Nusa Lembongan is a tropical island, known for its pristine beauty and crystal-clear water. Explore the island the easy way with a one-day cruise on one of our luxury catamarans. After embarking onto our ocean pontoon, you’ll journey to either Hai Tide Beach Resort or stay and enjoy the floating platform with access to snorkeling, banana boat rides, scuba diving, water slides and more.

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Sail from Bali to Nusa Lembongan aboard Aristocat, our luxury sailing catamaran.

Nusa Penida

Located off the southeast coast of mainland Bali, Nusa Penida is an undeveloped island with crystal-clear waters, towering cliffs, and several pristine beaches. Choose between an ocean rafting tour taking in Kelingking and Broken Beaches, a sailing and snorkelling trip to Crystal Bay, or a relaxing lunch cruise around Nusa Lembongan, Nusa Ceningan, and Nusa Penida.

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Relax back and sail around all three Nusa islands, mooring in Penida's Crystal Bay, for lunch and snorkelling.

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Cruise to Nusa Penida's Crystal Bay aboard Aristocat, a 64-foot luxury sailing catamaran.

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Bali is home to some of the most spectacular sunsets in the world. Join us for a dinner cruise and experience the beauty of a Bali sunset from the water. You can choose between a casual sunset cruise aboard Bali Hai II or a romantic dinner cruise aboard our luxury sailing catamaran, Aristocat.

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The Gili Islands are a group of three islands near the northwest coast of Lombok Island. Join us as we explore some of the best snorkelling sites around Gili Meno, Gili Air and Gili Trawangan. Then, unwind with an ice-cold beer afloat our custom-made pontoon as we cook you some delicious BBQ food. To enjoy these cruises, you must already be on Gili Trawangan.

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Located on Lembongan Island, our world-class resort is the perfect place to relax and recharge after a full day on the water. Our rooms include private villas, beachside lumbungs, and garden lumbungs for families. Hai Tide Beach resort is also home to two restaurants, a wedding venue, and a whole host of aquatic activities.

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Among the best islands in the world, Bali is always a surreal experience. From its traditional temples, to giant volcanic mountains, and coral reefs; the Indonesian island caters to the needs of diverse travelers. Those who want to explore its diverse flora and fauna must take a cruise in Bali, because the true heart of Bali lies in its waters. These cruises, much like the scenery in Bali are distinct and offer umpteen choices to travelers.

Read below to choose from the popular Bali cruise tours and see what suits you best as you float on and journey into the balmy waters.

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A small group cruise on a traditional Indonesian wooden ship, this Bali cruise tour is an approximate three hour trip which includes live Indonesian music and dance, and a hearty buffet meal. Savor the night breeze on the deck as you sail through the calm waters across the magnificent Bali coastline.

Cost: From INR 4,000/- onwards Ideal for: Old souls who love tradition and culture

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2. Dolphin Watching Tour

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The Dolphin Watching Tour is amongst the most popular Bali day tours. The tour begins at Lovina beach, which is known for its black sand, coral reefs, and dolphins. Traverse through the placid sea waters on a traditional small boat as you spot these massive mammals in their natural habitat.

Cost From INR 800/- onwards

Ideal for: Nature enthusiasts and wildlife lovers who are looking for adventure

Suggested Read: 10 Bali Temples That Look, And Feel Like Magic Woven With The Stones

3. Sunset Dinner Cruise

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Embrace nature in its most pristine form as you embark upon this sunset cruise Bali. Offering a peaceful and romantic setting, this cruise also includes an international buffet dinner, live music, and cultural shows or dance performances. Watch the myriad shades of the Sun saffron, yellow, and orange from amidst the refreshing ocean.

Cost:- From INR 4,000/- onwards Ideal for: Couples who wish to spend a cozy and romantic evening

4. Lembongan Island Catamaran Cruise

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The Lembongan Island is among the best places to visit in Bali for honeymoon, and a Lembongan Island Cruise promises a day full of adventure and merriment. Partake in thrilling water sports such as snorkeling, kayaking, banana boat ride, fishing, swimming, and soak up the Sun on golden sand beaches. Explore the aquatic wilderness with your loved ones for an indelible holiday experience in cruises around Bali.

Cost: From INR 6,000/- onwards Ideal for: People looking to soak up the Sun and indulge in pleasurable water sports

Suggested Read: 34 Best Beaches In Bali For An Exotic Mix Of Serenity, Seclusion, & Snorkeling!

5. Full Day Island Hopping Tour

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This full day tour covers many islands around Bali, including the Nusa Lembongan, Nusa Penida, and Ceningan Island. The cruise ship to Bali includes a hotel pickup and drop, a beach side buffet lunch, watersports, and snorkeling equipment. Indulge in thrilling water sports such as canoeing, flying fish, and snorkeling for an unforgettable holiday.

Cost: From INR 7,000/- onwards Ideal for: Wanderers who love living life on the go

While booking your next vacation to Bali, make sure to include a cruise that suits you best, in your customizable Bali tour package.

Further Read: The Best Of Cruise Travel Around The World, Inclusive Of All Luxuries!

Frequently Asked Questions About Cruise In Bali

Which are the popular water sports in Bali that one can indulge in?

Surfing, scuba diving, snorkeling, rafting, sea walking, kitesurfing, wakeboarding, and banana boat are the popular water sports in Bali that one can indulge in.

What type of ship is used by Quicksilver Cruises Bali?

Quicksilver Cruise Bali makes use of the Wave Piercing Catamaran which can seat approximately 500 pax.

Which are the cheap sunset dinner cruises in Bali?

Bali Hai Sunset Dinner Cruise, and Bounty Sunset Dinner Cruise are among the cheap sunset dinner cruises in Bali.

Where can one enjoy the nightlife in Bali?

1. Nightlife in Kuta: Sky Garden Rooftop Lounge, Bounty Discotheque, VH Bali, Pyramid Club, Stark Beer Garden 2. Nightlife in Seminyak: Ku De Ta Bali, Potato Head Beach Club, Motel Mexicola, Mirror Bali Lounge and Club, Frankenstein’s Laboratory 3. Nightlife in Ubud: Ubud Royal Palace, Laughing Buddha Bar, Laka Leke Garden Restaurant, The Melting Pot Saloon, Kafe Bunute

Which are the most popular local delicacies that one must try in Bali?

Satay varieties, Nasi Ayam and Nasi Campur, Bebek & Ayam Betutu, Babi Guling, Pepes and Tum, Lawar, and Nasi Goreng are the most popular local delicacies in Bali that one must definitely try.

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Regally draped across the Equator like an ermine mantle, Indonesia is the world’s largest archipelago, a majestic sprawl of some 17,500 paradisiacal islands home to all manner of endemic wildlife and natural wonders. Dramatic volcanic landscapes submerge into sapphire blue surf, crystalline seas home to graceful whale sharks and nomadic sea-gypsies, filled with vibrant coral reefs fostering marine habitats of untold biodiversity. This alluring archipelago, once the inspiration for Wallace’s theory of natural selection, is now a sublime playground for Indonesia cruise trips and increasingly popular private yacht charters .

Set sail on one of our luxury small ship cruises in Indonesia , from traditional Pinisi schooners to superior scuba diving liveaboards and even oceangoing super-yachts, and visit some of the planet’s most pristine, remote and beautiful areas. Visit breathtaking Bali and the pink sands of the Komodo National Park – the habitat of the legendary Komodo Dragon – or follow the historic trade winds en route to the famous Spice Islands . Discover the glittering jewels of the ‘ Coral Triangle ‘ – the islands of Wayag in Raja Ampat and resplendent birds-of-paradise of West Papua – or venture deep into the jungle-fringed rivers of Indonesian Borneo to glimpse orangutans in the wild aboard a traditional Kalimantan riverboat.

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The best time of year to visit Indonesia is May, June, and September. These are the beginning and end of the dry season. You will experience beautiful, clear days while avoiding the crowds and high temperatures of the peak tourist season.

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Situated between Java and Lombok on the archipelago of Indonesia, Bali is a magical place that has held on to its Hindu beliefs despite being surrounded by a Muslim majority in Indonesia. Since the 1920s Bali has become a cruise destination that tourists flock to, not only for its sheer beauty, but also for its unique culture. The island lies on the Indian Ocean and is surrounded by coral reefs. The island also has a focal point in the stunning mountains in the center, which are actually for the most part active volcanoes. These include the periodically smoldering Mount Batur, which you can climb when large plumes of ash aren’t erupting from its center. Experience the best of Indonesia on a cruise to Bali.

  • Relax with a Balinese massage or body scrub. The island has its own rituals for relaxing that are relatively inexpensive.
  • In Ubud, explore the Sacred Monkey Forest where you’ll wander through beautiful trails and encounter the curious monkeys.
  • See the 150-person Kecak dance. This is one of the many forms of artistic expression that Bali’s residents devote themselves to.
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Explore the Waters of Komodo National Park aboard the Aqua Blu

Bali to komodo expedition cruise.

Indonesia, Bali

From $8,960

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Located in the Coral Triangle between the major landmasses of Sumbawa to the west and Flores to the east, the waters of Komodo National Park are embraced by fast flowing currents from the Indian Ocean and warm tropical Indonesia seas enriched with volcanic nutrients. The result is a vibrant marine environment that's home to more than 1,000 species of marine life, including the manta ray, sea turtles, and mola mola (ocean sunfish), as well as over 260 species of coral. From shore to shore, the sheer number of marine life and a variety of different underwater environments make this region endlessly rewarding for both divers and non-divers alike. Cruising is an ideal way to discover the region. Built to world-class luxury cruising specifications, the speed, stability and long-range capabilities of the Aqua Blu cruise ship guarantees five-star comfort, utmost exclusivity, and an unrivalled immersiveness in the Park's natural wonders. You'll be able to access otherwise hard-to-reach marine sites and hiking trails where nature and wildlife flourish, often without another boat or human in sight.

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Arrive: Benoa, Bali (or reverse)

Depart: Labuan Bajo, Indonesia (or reverse)

  • Discover the marine extravaganza of Komodo National Park, with some of the best snorkeling and diving sites in the world
  • Island hikes to waterfalls, local villages, along a ridgeline, and to see Komodo dragons in the wild
  • Visit iconic Pink Beach, with its coral-tinged sands

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Note: This trip is not exclusive to, nor operated by, Wilderness Travel, who acts solely as an agent in booking your reservation with the operator. Please download the Rate Sheet in the Dates & Pricing section to see the full pricing details and contact our Cruise Collection Specialists to check availability.

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Payment & cancel schedule.

At time of reservation: $1,000 105 days prior to departure: Balance Please note that this differs from our standard policy.

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Minimum fee: $500 per person 91-120 days prior to departure: $1,000 per person 90 days or less: 100% of trip cost

Please note that this differs from our standard policy.

  • All meals onboard
  • Non-alcoholic drinks
  • Selected wines and beer with dinner
  • Accomodations on board
  • All excursions with guides
  • Entrance fees
  • Onboard lectures
  • Use of watersports equipment
  • Entertainment
  • Boat/airport transfer in Komodo

Not Included

  • Boutique purchases
  • Massage services
  • Optional gratuities


Scroll through our signature accommodations for this trip below. Although it is highly unlikely, we may make substitutions when necessary.

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Days 1-7 (7 nights)

What the Trip is Like

The trip is rated Level 1+, Easy , and is appropriate for anyone in good health who is physically active. Launch boats are used to explore the coastline and transport passengers ashore for walks to view wildlife. Options for swimming, snorkeling, diving, sea kayaking, and paddle boarding are available.

Client Testimonials

"Our family thoroughly enjoyed this special trip. The staff were all very friendly and kind. The activity filled days were well planned out and explained by the cruise director. The food onboard was the best we have ever had on a trip and featured a range of cuisines. We appreciate the opportunity to explore nature at its best in secluded and remote locations. The whole experienced was phenomenal and memorable!"

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With more than 200 different adventures to choose from, we want to help you find the trip that’s right for you. Our Trip Level system ranks each trip in two ways: a number rating from 1 to 6 according to the activity, and general travel rigors. 1 is the easiest and 6+ the most difficult—see descriptions below for explanations of each number. A plus (+) sign means the trip is a bit more strenuous than other trips of that level. The detailed explanation of each trip—below the bar with the number rating—is perhaps more important, specifying activities, altitudes, hiking, and travel conditions. The Detailed Itinerary, available by download or mail, gives further information. Our Area Managers can also answer questions and guide you to the trip that best suits your interests.

Level 1 – Easiest

Non-camping journeys, optional walks, little elevation gain or loss.

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Hotel nights and/or safari-style camping, hikes of two to four hours on some days. Other physical activities are sometimes included, such as optional sea kayaking.

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Level 3 – Moderate

Half- to full-day hikes (3-6 hours) over rolling countryside on most days, occasional steep trails. Many of our hotel-based walking tours are in this category, as are our snorkeling adventures.

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  • Some trips with minimal hiking but rugged travel conditions or long drives, such as  Tribal Ghana, Togo & Benin,  are Trip Level 3.

Level 4 – Moderate to Strenuous

Full-day hikes (4-6 hours), mountainous terrain, significant elevation gains and losses (hiking up or down as much as 3,000 feet) on many days. Altitudes no greater than about 10,000 feet.

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Level 5 – Strenuous

Full-day hikes (4-8 hours), mountainous, steep terrain (hiking up or down as much as 3,500 feet) on many days. Trips with hiking at average altitudes of 10,000 to 12,000 feet are in this category.

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Level 6 – Very Strenuous

Full-day hikes (5-8 hours), mountainous, steep terrain (hiking up or down as much as 3,500 feet) on many days. Most hikes take place at altitudes above 10,000 feet, with some days ascending as high as 18,000 feet.

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Cruise Indonesia

Aerial view of karst gum drop islands in turquoise sea with 2 small Zodiac boats cruising under bright skies in Indonesia.

Authentic, Active Indonesia Cruises

Our Indonesia small ship cruises include a range of itineraries from classic Bali cruises to farther-flung routes. Experience Raja Ampat’s famed underwater world scuba diving or snorkeling alongside skilled naturalist guides. Tap into the the history and markets of the Spice Islands. Island hop around Komodo National Park to see the world’s largest lizard…

Our Indonesia cruises epitomize small, sustainable travel in the region, with a focus on wildlife and local culture. Our team is here to assist you one-on-one to select and book your trip. Browse our well-rounded Indonesia cruise selection and let us help you sort through the options to ensure you get on the best itinerary for your interests.

Experience Indonesia's whale sharks, corals & dragons round-trip from Flores aboard the 24-guest Ombak Putih or 12-guest Katharina. Encounter the famous Komodo dragon, swim with whale sharks, snorkel in pristine coral reef and explore beautiful deserted beaches.

Embrace culture, nature and wildlife on this 8-day Spice Islands cruise aboard the 30-passenger luxury Indonesia yacht Aqua Blu, including regular dive opportunities.

Experience the best of Indonesia travel aboard the 24-guest Ombak Putih or the 12-guest Katharina sailing vessels. This 10-day round-trip cruise from Sorong, West Papua, explores the natural splendor of Raja Ampat, home to the world's most biodiverse coral reefs.

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Cruise Indonesia with AdventureSmith

AdventureSmith’s cruises let you experience Indonesia’s wide expanse of islands in an active, efficient way. From the Spice Islands to Bali, let our experienced team guide you through the wide array of small ship itineraries. Why choose to cruise Indonesia with us?


Work with one dedicated U.S.-based specialist to purchase & prepare for your Indonesia cruise.

We can match you with trusted Indonesia small cruise ships, all intimate at under 120 guests.

Our relationships & on-the-ground travels result in tried & trusted, reputable cruises.

Our Indonesia cruises include guided snorkeling, scuba diving, hiking & skiff rides.

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The Lay of the Land

At nearly 750,000 square miles, Indonesia is the world’s largest island country and the seventh largest by combined sea-and-land area.

Unless you have unlimited time, you simply cannot sail/see it all in one cruise itinerary. Thus, understanding the regions and knowing what you want out of your travel experience and ship are paramount.

Cruising Indonesia for Wildlife

While wildlife encounters can never be guaranteed, seeking out endemic creatures is half the fun. In Indonesia, you can set your sights on Komodo dragons, birds-of-paradise, whale sharks and manta rays, among other exciting animals, but there are geographical nuances to consider.

Komodo and Rinca Islands are the islands to visit if you are keen to see Komodo dragons. Snorkeling near Flores Island will offer you the best chance to see manta rays and sea turtles in deep currents, and some Raja Ampat routes hone in on the best chances to spot birds-of-paradise. Learn more in our guide to the regions below.

A close up of a komodo dragon's head and two arms with its forked tongue sticking out

“Our Indonesia small ship cruises focus on activity, wildlife & exploring remote islands.”

Lesser Sunda Islands: Flores, Komodo & Bali Cruises

The most popular cruise itineraries are located in the Lesser Sunda Islands, perhaps due to the international airport on Bali and the island being a household name in travel thanks to its many established resorts. From west to east, the Lesser Sunda Islands comprise Bali, Lombok, Sumbawa, Flores, Sumba, Timor, the Alor archipelago, the Barat Daya Islands and the Tanimbar Islands, with the most common expedition cruise routes sailing regularly between Bali and Flores.

Each of these islands are different in their own right with myriad earthy highlights including volcanoes, rainforests, waterfalls, mangroves, white-sand beaches and even savannah. This diverse landscape also holds a variety of wildlife that includes Komodo dragons (Rinca & Komodo Islands) and manta rays in the deep channels that separate the Indian Ocean from the Pacific. Traditional lifestyles, quiet coastal villages, tribal rituals and intriguing ancestral traditions are also a major draw for travelers to the Lesser Sundas.

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Raja Ampat Cruises

For travelers looking for an immersive experience into the natural world of Indonesia, a cruise through the archipelago of Raja Ampat is the ideal modality. Located right in the heart of the Coral Triangle, this biodiverse area contains 450 species of reef-building coral, 1,400 species of fish and intriguing endemic sea life—the stingless jellyfish of the brackish interior lakes being the perfect example.

This kaleidoscopic underworld is ideal for the avid diver or snorkeler and pairs nicely with the stunning karst islands and unique bird life, including striking birds-of-paradise. The island biogeography of these birds helped Alfred Russel Wallace formulate his theories of speciation, much like the finches of the Galapagos did for Charles Darwin.

Additionally, voyages in Raja Ampat offer adventures hiking, exploring caves and inner-island jungle walks to stunning waterfalls.

A small ship anchored in turquoise waters among several islands in Indonesia.

New Guinea Cruises (West Papua & Papua New Guinea)

While West Papua is technically the only territory of Indonesia, the island of New Guinea is often an itinerary stop or embarkation point for many Indonesia cruises. Many Raja Ampat cruises begin their journey in West Papua out of Sorong.

Like its neighbor Raja Ampat, New Guinea is a hotspot for birds-of-paradise, but even more so as all but two genera are found here. At their core though, trips to New Guinea are truly cultural, offering a look into a world that very few outsiders see.

West Papua and Papua New Guinea cruises highlight remote villages, traditional art and authentic rituals providing human connection with peoples that are living a very similar life to their grandparents, quite the feat for the twenty-first century. Papua New Guinea is also home to stimulating World War II history and is dotted with historic places of interest, monuments and tributes honoring the fallen. The colorful biodiversity of the underwater world delivers the perfect balance to days filled with culture and history.

Local village children dressed in tribal wear in Indonesia.

Spice Islands Cruises

Indonesian Spice Islands cruises offer a unique historic experience and deep cultural interactions among beautiful islands. The Spice Islands were mapped on ancient trade routes long before the Europeans even began searching out the Islands’ nutmeg, cloves, mace and pepper. The Portuguese, the first Europeans to start trading spices on a large scale from the Spice Islands in 1598, cornered the market for almost 80 years, infusing the area with Portuguese culture.

The clashes between the varying nations and cultures in the region for centuries offers a fascinating historic journey that can capture any traveler’s imagination. Remnants of this highly utilized trade route are still seen today on Spice Island cruise itineraries that also can include snorkeling with whale sharks; exploring lush national parks; visits to traditional villages, colonial forts and palaces; and ideal snorkeling, diving and underwater adventures.

Various local spices set out in bowls at a market in Indonesia.

Sulawesi Cruises & Kalimantan (Borneo)

Sulawesi, the Indonesian island east of Kalimantan (Borneo) and west of Raja Ampat, is perhaps the most unknown gem of the country’s many islands. Its shorelines and atolls are freckled with human settlements that rarely see tourism, so this is a land of true adventure travel and modern cultural experiences. Villages here are authentic working/living places for a variety of locals who make their living farming and fishing. This includes the nomadic Bajau people, commonly called the sea gypsies.

The unique shape of the island into several long peninsulas offers coral reefs alongside varied coastal geography ranging from steep mountains to palm-lined beaches. The Togean Islands offer chances to swim with stingless jellyfish, and keen eyes should look for tarsiers and macaques. Sulawesi is also home to the Bugis, Indonesia’s famed shipbuilders, so your itinerary may include seeing giant wooden vessels being built on the beach.

If orangutans are on your bucket list, be sure to look for Sulawesi cruise itineraries that include stops in Borneo. Several of our trips include stops or pre-cruise trip extensions here.

Indonesian children at a school sitting at a wooden desk

A Note About the Wallace Line

Indonesia is famous for the Wallace Line, a faunal boundary separating two eco-zones (Asia and Wallacea, the transitional zone between Asia and Australia). The “line” was drawn by naturalist Alfred Russel Wallace in 1859 and runs between Borneo and Sulawesi down to the strait between Bali and Lombok. Traveling around this line is a thrill for naturalists as it’s one of the most distinctive biogeographic areas on Earth. West of the line you will find larger terrestrial mammals (tigers, elephants, orangutans), and east of the line look for marsupials, Australian cockatoos and birds-of-paradise. The Indonesian island of Sulawesi is an interesting exception to the Wallace Line with black macaques, pigs and tarsiers.

Java & Sumatra Cruises

Most itineraries explore Indonesia from points north and east of Bali. However, select itineraries will cruise along the western Indonesian islands of Java and Sumatra, linking up with Singapore. While Java is home to a majority of the Indonesian population, small ship cruises here will opt to mostly visit uninhabited offshore isles and small villages. In this region travelers can explore unspoiled coral reefs, deserted black- and white-sand beaches, lush jungle and child volcanoes of the famous Krakatoa.

The Places in Between: “Positioning” Indonesia Cruises

A fun way to see Indonesia is to “position,” or cruise with the boat as it sails between these iconic regions. These trips are often longer in length and include more days at sea (sailing vs. venturing off the ship) but connect you to the unseen places of Indonesia and allow you to relax with the rhythm of the ocean. Positioning cruises are also excellent choices to add on to a voyage. For example, a three-week positioning itinerary could be to sail south from Sulawesi to Flores, then stay on the ship all the way west to Bali!


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Temperature & Rainfall

Year-Round Indonesia Cruising

Indonesia cruises are available every month of the year, but ships often follow the trade winds and weather patterns to sail certain locations during their drier, less-windy months. If you are seeking to visit Raja Ampat, for example, plan your trip in the winter months (roughly, October through February). If your course is set on a Bali cruise, you can look for most sailings running from March through September. Climate data listed above is from Denpasar, Bali.

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Small Ships & Yachts Sailing Indonesia

Numerous small ships of varying sizes and styles sail Indonesia, and our variety hold anywhere from 14 to 120 guests. You can certainly go the way of day boats to cruise Indonesia, but selecting a first-class, seaworthy and safe vessel is of the utmost importance among these far-flung island chains. Thus, we highly recommend going beyond the day-tour circuit to more remote reaches via expedition ships. In Indonesia, our partner vessels range from classic wooden Indonesian sailing vessels that lend an authentic, romantic cruise vibe to scuba-equipped luxury yachts and exploration-focused, state-of-the-art expedition vessels that travel farther, faster with all the latest gear. Knowing your preference for ship style, activities and amenities will help narrow down your cruise choices.

The 24-guest sailing vessel Ombak Putih combines traditional and modern design to bring authenticity and comfort to her itineraries in the Ring of Fire region stretching from Bali to the Philippines.

The 120-guest Coral Adventurer Australian expedition ship offers a wine cellar, open galley, private balconies and efficient ship-to-shore operations.

The Aqua Blu carries her 30 guests in high luxury, comfort and safety while sailing through Eastern Indonesia. Embrace history and luxury on this unique cruise ship.

Katharina is a 12-guest sailing vessel whose adventures explore the Ring of Fire, the string of volcanic islands that stretch out from Bali east to the Philippines.

Indonesia Small Ship Cruise Reviews

What is it like to take a small ship cruise through Indonesia? Experience sailing a traditional Indonesia style ship through the eyes of small ship experts who have traveled aboard these classic vessels. Plan your perfect trip with insider information from a variety of Indonesia cruises and Indonesia small ships. Read on for all of our Indonesia cruise reviews.

AdventureSmith's Director of Sales & Operations reviews his Raja Ampat cruise aboard the 24-guest Ombak Putih. Follow his adventures swimming with stingless jellyfish and seeking out the famed bird-of-paradise.

AdventureSmith sails Indonesia's most remote reaches, along the eastern coast of Sulawesi. Learn our insights on this trip and the highlights of a Sulawesi cruise.

Learn about the food, cabins, crew and more from AdventureSmith experts who've been aboard these unique Indonesian sailing vessels.

An AdventureSmith cruise expert goes aboard in Australia to write this ship review of the 120-guest Coral Adventurer. Read about her favorite features and cabin insights.

An intimate look at island hopping in Indonesia between Bali and Flores. Learn why this trip is the perfect fit for AdventureSmith's style of cruising.

What Travelers Say About Their Indonesia Cruise

Fantastic boat with an amazing crew. What a great adventure exploring the small islands of Indonesia. The snorkeling was the best I've experienced anywhere in the world.

The quality of the guide, the crew and the ship were far above our expectations. The itinerary was very enjoyable. The early trip to Komodo island was very rewarding and the timing and variety of snorkeling was excellent.

The trip overall was unforgettable. One of the best parts was not having to figure out every step of the trip after/during planning a wedding. Knowing that AdventureSmith was in charge of the major details and 10 days of our trip, as well as internal flights were all organized was an important load-lifted off our shoulders.

Great guides together with the very enthusiastic and helpful crew made it a great voyage. If you like small boat cruising and snorkeling, this is the trip for you with the unique Komodo Dragons as a special plus.

We went to untouched places that we didn't know existed in Indonesia. We were able to still see all the hot spots in Bali on our own before we took this cruise, but this offered something entirely different than any of our friends had ever experienced in Indonesia.

Overall trip was amazing. Absolutely no issues logistically. Unless you have months on your hands to stumble around foreign countries and really figure it out on your own, a quality specified travel agency like Adventuresmith is absolutely necessary for a trip of this caliber.

Fantastic boat with an amazing crew. What a great adventure exploring the small islands of Indonesia. We most enjoyed Rinca to see Komodo dragons! The snorkeling was the best I've experienced anywhere in the world.

Meals Review

Great food and great crew!

Traveler Advice

Sea was a bit choppy the first couple of days, but not much you can do about that!

AdventureSmith Explorations Review

They helped us organize all our flights.  Even reached out to check in on us when there was an airport closure due to volcanic activity. 

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  • Sailing Indonesia: Whale Sharks, Corals & Komodo Dragons

The quality of the guide, the crew and the ship were far above our expectations. The itinerary was very enjoyable. The early trip to Komodo island was very rewarding and the timing and variety of snorkeling was excellent. Also really enjoyed the trip to the active volcano and exploring the local shipbuilding village there. The trip to Rinca was short, I thought we could have been given the option to spend some more time there.

Accommodations Review

The ship was beautiful and kept in excellent shape by the crew. A memorable experience to sail on Katharina. My only complaint was that the sails were not able to be put up.

The chef on Katharina was INCREDIBLE. Loved the food and the variety. Rotation of meals over the week was also highly enjoyable. 

Crew & Guides Review

Ari far exceeded our expectations. He knew so much about the local culture, the history of the area, the boat and the wildlife given his more than 20 years of experience. He also made sure that we had the best guides wherever we went. In addition, he was professional, friendly, approachable and organized.

We had excellent communication with our AdventureSmith contact Nick. He answered all of our questions in a timely fashion and we were well prepared for the trip.

We had an excellent trip aboard the Ombak Putih for our honeymoon. One of the best parts was not having to figure out every step of the trip after/during planning a wedding. Knowing that AdventureSmith was in charge of the major details and 10 days of our trip, as well as internal flights were all organized was an important load-lifted off our shoulders. The trip overall was unforgettable. Misool was beautiful- loved the jellyfish lake and cave exploration. The snorkeling, beach and view of Wayag was just idyllic and my favorite place of the trip. The oyster farm we visited was neat but the bay we stayed in wasn't the best- filled with plastic and felt less remote and beautiful with the oyster farm surrounding us. Loved getting to know the knowledgeable, like-minded travelers aboard. One of the best parts of the trip! This trip had a lot of snorkeling, which was great, but could have had a little more variety in activities. I know this was the action and adventure departure, but it was unclear that that just meant more snorkeling.

The Ombak Putih is a rad ship! We felt like we were pirates exploring the islands. I also feel that the traditional pinisi boats (as there were a few around) just fit right into the landscape, whereas the more yachty or modern boats seemed out of place.

Lots of variety. Loved the lemongrass flavorings. Could have more Indonesian foods, felt odd seeing a lot of red meat, cheese and smoked salmon when we can tell these items had to travel far to get there.

Great people. Fun to be around. Could fine tune their presentations and become stronger speakers for the evening presentations, but did a great job making everything run smoothly and keep us occupied.

Transportation Review

Our internal flights were arranged for us, as well as transfers to and from the ship which made our Indonesia domestic travel flawless.

The packing lists, online forms and the arrangements made were all excellent and timely. My friends and family would love to experience the magic of small ship travel that AdventureSmith offers.

If you get cold in the water bring a wet-suit top at least. The water is warm, but for us who tend to be cold just a little extra layer can make it so much more enjoyable. Also some people had long, thin rash-guard pants which were great protection against the annoying sea lice and jellyfish that we would encounter.

  • Sailing Indonesia: Jewels of Raja Ampat
  • Ombak Putih

Great guide together with the very enthusiastic and helpful crew made it a great voyage. The snorkeling was excellent; many fishes together with turtles, rays and manta rays. [We also enjoyed] seeing the Komodo dragons. The fellow travelers were a very nice diverse group who mixed well.

Cabins were small but quite adequate. Food was very good and the bar prices very reasonable.

The food was delicious and there was always a choice of fish, meat and non meat dishes.

Ari made the trip a great success. Very knowledgeable and experienced. Organized everything extremely well.

If you like small boat cruising and snorkeling, this is the trip for you with the unique Komodo Dragons as a special plus.

What a trip and amazing ship! It was a special way to see Indonesia. We went to untouched places that we didn't know existed in Indonesia. Lots of snorkeling. Visited so many remote villages and had the children hold our hands as they took us around their town. We were able to still see all the hot spots in Bali on our own before we took this cruise, but this offered something entirely different than any of our friends had ever experienced in Indonesia and we feel like we really saw a "real" view of the country.

The Ombak Putih is a special ship. We were in awe of all the beautiful wooden touches - rare to find in the modern ships of today! Stairs are on the steeper side on the ship, so we made good use of the railings when at sea.

We ate like kings. Lots of healthy options, salads and fresh fish, but many treats and temptations to overeat too. A bit too many fried options for my taste, but others on board enjoyed and much was authentic to Indonesia - lots fried banana for snacks! 24/7 coffee and tea much appreciated and honor system tracking to grab your own drinks aboard and pay for at the end.

The crew was friendly and helpful, always with a smoothie ready when we came back on board in the heat of the day. We loved our guides Arie and Kees, who provided the perfect combination of education and adventure with their lectures and their snorkeling skills.

We would never have found this ship, or chosen this unique route, if it wasn't for AdventureSmith's advice and recommendation! Happy to have them as our sounding board for how to access the world's remote locations by small ship (we've done 3 trips). Their recommendations for us have always been spot on.

If you like to drink, take advantage of the opportunity to bring your own booze aboard to make your own cocktails! Bring a short wet suit or heavier rash guard top and tights as the water was on the cold side in certain locations.

  • Sailing Indonesia: The Undiscovered Frontier

Overall trip was amazing. Absolutely no issues logistically. We had a couple of days in Bali on our own prior to boarding the ship which made it easier to adapt to the weather, time change etc. SUP-ing into isolated islands with no one else around. Visiting remote villages that hadn’t seen any tourists since the last time our boat was there a year  ago. The genuine excitement of the kids wanting to show us around there village and home. The uniqueness of this trip was what really made the experience. It is a true adventure, there are no guarantees. Every day the group is coming up with plans based on weather, sea conditions, time frames, local advice and recommendations etc. You must be flexible and able to coordinate with the group, but this is what made it so fun. Of course the guides and the Captain had the final say. You could do this trip multiple times and never have the same experience (which some people on board had). There is a rough itinerary, but there are so many cool options and dynamic environment that it could easily change. Marine life, snorkeling, birds and komodo dragons. Truly Epic. Some people commented on a little too much time at sea. I enjoy boats and moving around but I would agree that it seemed a little hurried in 10-12 days to do the route we did. A few more days would allow for some flexibility and spending time at the more desirable locations, especially if we encountered inclement weather. [ AdventureSmith note that the itinerary was extended to 14 days in duration after this traveler's trip. ] We had a good group, however group dynamics on a small boat can play a role in activities. I personally would have liked a few more adventurous off boat excursions, however we did stay busy with fun activities daily.  No bad experiences.

The ship (Ombak Putih) was a beautiful, traditional, completely dialed Indonesian sailing vessel. The quarters below were not huge, but very clean, comfortable and as beautiful as the rest of the ship. Just the amount of hard work that went into this boat was breathtaking. We were lucky to have a small group (9), so there was plenty of deck space around to relax and not feel cramped. Even though this boat was equipped to sail if need be, we motored 99% of the time. We sailed 1 afternoon for fun, but there was no way we were going to cover the ground (almost 1000 miles) sailing the whole time.  Motor noise/exhaust was no issue at any time, night or day.

I couldn’t even think of anything I would change food wise. Amazing. Every stop we made, or local fisherman we saw, fresh fish and local goods were acquired. No food illness, water was processed on the boat etc. Beer was very reasonably priced. Cheaper than Mexico.

Unless you have months on your hands to stumble around foreign countries and really figure it out on your own, a quality specified travel agency like Adventuresmith is absolutely necessary for a trip of this caliber. Having firsthand knowledge of the ins and outs of small ship/remote world travel you’re in good hands. All connections and logistics where handled and everything operated smoothly. No problems.  Having spent so much of my life on the ocean, I love boats, marine life and accessing coastlines via a small boat or ship.  To me it really is the best way to travel. Whether you tie up in a large bustling port city, or anchor off a remote beach, it’s a whole different perspective than land travel. I look forward to another amazing boat trip with Adventuresmith in the future. 

Ari was our main guide. He was exceptional. An Indonesian and Sulawesi local. Though we had people from all over the world on the boat, English was primarily spoken and Ari was absolutely fluent. No missed communications, or misunderstandings, he was 1 step ahead all the time, with the safety of the group the priority. There were times we didn’t swim, go ashore, or go to certain areas because the Captain and Ari deemed it unsafe, mostly due to ocean conditions. Spending most of my life around the ocean, I understood and respected what they were talking about. This was very comforting to know how attentive they were.  Due to our remoteness on this trip, there was no margin for error or injury.  This isolation became evident not long after we set out, and the crew operated accordingly.  There was no hot dogging or showing off, it was all business.  One instance in particular we were snorkeling around a deep water reef with a lot of current.  We had 2 zodiacs in the water tending to the swimmers.  A large, Rogue dive boat trying to track across the channel started to get swept toward us under full power.  Ari in the zodiac recognize this immediately, drove the zodiac in front of the dive boat and started screaming at the captain.  The boat turned, got swept down current and had to come up the long way to the anchorage.  Without his quick response the boat would have come very close to us.  I was watching it all unfold and would have swam out of the way, but I can’t say that for the rest of the snorkelers, focused on the sea turtles!  Kees was also another exceptional guide.  Having moved to Jakarta from Europe 20 years ago he knew the culture quite well.  His expertise in birding was an eye opener for me.  Most nights he put on informative presentations regarding the next day’s adventures.  Another very smart, professional guide we enjoyed very much.   

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