Few areas in Asia can match the cultural and natural diversity of the Lesser Sunda Islands of Indonesia. The diverse topography includes towering active volcanoes, jungle clad mountain ranges, and dry savannah lowlands. On the edge of an underwater world with kaleidoscopic beauty, the islands of Indonesia are teeming with wildlife, quiet coastal villages, emerald seas, megalithic cultures, colorful market places and tribal rituals. This leisure expedition includes the Komodo area for a couple of days of snorkeling, beach combing and hiking through one of the most beautiful National Parks of Indonesia.
This itinerary operates from Bali-Flores and from Flores-Bali depending on the departure date. The trip also operates on a pair of sister ships, the 12-passenger Katharina and the 24-passenger Ombak Putih. The experience and sites visited are identical. Please note the 2018 itinerary is 8 days long.
Please consult with the Program Director for more information prior to confirming your pre- and post-trip travel arrangements.