Explore North Belitung, an island with some of the prettiest beaches in the archipelago, with white sands and curious granite boulders sticking up out the ground.
A Taste of the East Indies
A journey from Singapore to Bali, taking in the beautiful beaches and turqoise waters of North Belitung, the Karimunjawa Islands archipelago and more along the way...
- 01 Dec – 08 Dec 2021
- 7 nights
- From £1,599pp
Starting our journey in Singapore – a vast, modern metropolis with distinct neighbourhoods and some spectacular gardens – we’ll first sail to North Belitung in Indonesia. This island has some of the prettiest beaches in the archipelago, with white sands and curious granite boulders sticking up out the ground. Enjoy a day relaxing on the sand or grab yourself a snorkel to swim among the rocks and tropical fish.
Our next stop is the Karimunjawa Islands, an archipelago of 27 isles surrounded by coral reefs. More snorkelling is almost obligatory here as the waters are so calm and clear and the reefs utterly spellbinding, and a boardwalk leading through mangrove swamps is a fascinating habitat for kingfishers and wading birds.
Lovina Beach on the island of Bali is our next port of call and it’s here you can really get your beach game going. It’s a low-key resort with few attractions beyond its dolphin monument and beautiful stretch of sand. Alternatively, head out to one of the nearby fishing villages, such as Anturan, to see traditional boats being prepared for the night fishing run, or head inland to seek out Bali’s dreamy landscape of rice terraces, lakes and temples.
Our voyage finishes in Benoa, in the south of Bali, where you might travel on to Lombok or other idyllic islands.
Voyage Itinerary: 01 Dec – 08 Dec 2021
- Day 1: Singapore
- Day 2: Sailing
- Day 3: North Belitung
- Day 4: Sailing
- Day 5: Karimunjawa
- Day 6: Sailing
- Day 7: Lovina Beach
- Day 5: Benoa (Bali)
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