Join us on our state-of-the-art vessel Coral Geographer on an expedition voyage to the rarely seen islands of South Sulawesi and Borneo in Indonesia – the world’s most expansive archipelago.
Visit remote communities, interact with locals and see the unique flora and fauna of these lands. Join hands with locals in the traditional Lego-Lego dance of the Abui tribe at Lataful Village. Stroll along the boardwalk of the friendly fishing village of Sungsang. Enjoy the panorama from atop the historic Fort of the Palace of Buton. Keep an eye out for orangutans at iconic Tanjung Puting National Park. Enjoy an unforgettable Christmas exploring the tropical landscape and diverse wildlife of Kumai’s Bulu River and return to the ship for a celebratory Christmas dinner.
This 17-night voyage from Broome to Singapore combines cultural insights, wildlife encounters and untouched natural habitats in one of the world’s last rainforest frontiers.
- Witness and join the ancient tradition of Lego Lego dance at the island of Alor, and visit the Moko Drum Museum
- Snorkel and dive the famed Wakatobi Marine National Park at Hoga Island, South Sulawesi
- In Takabonerate National Park, join in conservation efforts at Tinabo, including tree planting and coral preservation
- Visit the historic Palace and Fort of Buton Kings which ruled the Indonesian seas in ancient times
- Cruise the Sekonyer River to spot the Bornean orangutan in its natural habitat, with the chance to spot other wildlife in Tanjung Puting National Park
- Enjoy enriching culture at the remote villages, and learn local customs & lifestyles throughout your voyage
- Discover the diversity of the Indonesian islands with tastings of local snacks and delicacies by exploring unique villages along the way
- Witness demonstrations of iconic crafts and music such as ikat weaving at Sula and Sasando playing at Tablolong Bay