Eastern Indonesia

Raja Ampat Cruise Expedition (8 Days / 7 Nights)

An expedition to one of the planet’s most diverse landscapes – where the Pacific and Indian Oceans meet. The Raja Ampat islands encompass more than 40,000 sq. km of unparalleled marine life and thousands of islands, cays and shoals cloaked in tropical jungle. The itinerary can be adjusted to suit preferences, both before arrival and once underway.


Spice Islands Raja Ampat Sailing Expedition (11 Days / 10 Nights)

Sailing Expedition

Discover this cluster of seven tiny islands in Eastern Indonesia’s vast Banda Sea on a 10-night voyage. For centuries, the islands were the world’s only source of nutmeg, earning the Moluccas their nickname – the Spice Islands. Each tropical paradise is blanketed in dense forests, and the water surrounding the islands is teeming with sea life. Charming villages can be found on five of the islands, with traces of Dutch forts on Banda Neira, Banda Besar and Run.


Baliem Valley Trekking (5 Days / 4 Nights)

Dani Tribesmen

In the mountains of central Papua at a high altitude of 1,600 m. above sea level, lies the stunningly beautiful Baliem Valley, home of the Dani tribe. The first outsider to discover the valley was American Richard Archbold, who, on 23 June 1938 from his seaplane, suddenly sighted this awesome valley dotted with neat terraced green fields of sweet potatoes, set among craggy mountain peaks.


Asmat Art & Adventure Tour (10 Days / 9 Nights)

Asmat Tribes

Asmat tribe live in a region on the island’s southwestern coast bordering the Arafura Sea, with lands totaling approximately 18,000 square km and consisting of mangrove, tidal swamp, freshwater swamp, and lowland rainforest. The land of Asmat is located both within and adjacent to Lorentz National Park and World Heritage Site, the largest protected area in the Asia-Pacific region.