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A private charter in Indonesia is the perfect solution for groups who wish to explore Indonesia together. With a Private Charter, you are free to set your own schedule and destinations. – PowerPoint PPT presentation

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Title: Best charter a boat in indonesia

Best charter a boat in Indonesia
Chartering a boat or luxury yacht in Indonesia
has turning out to be more more popular with
each season rightly so. Nowhere else you can
find incredible natural coastal splendor,
cultural treasures and friendliness like in
The collection of 1500-odd islands and islets
scattered off the northwest tip of Indonesian
Papua that comprise Raja Ampat which is truly one
of Southeast Asias most beautiful archipelagos.
Little-known outside hardcore off-the-beaten-track
travel circles until the last few years, Raja
Ampats huge, largely pristine coral reef systems
and staggering marine diversity are a divers
dream. If you are going to best charter a boat in
Indonesia, exploring Raja Ampat should be on top
of your list. Here are a few reasons to justify
There are more than 200 pristine diving sites in
Raja Ampat where just sticking your head under
the water means youll be dazzled by a rainbow of
luminous fish and corals.
Raja Ampat isnt just for divers. The forested
islands are home to two bird-of-paradise species
(the red and the Wilsons, which can both be
spotted on Waigeo and Batanta islands), along
with a realm of lizards, snakes, tortoises,
opossums and other birdlife. Experience the
village life
Life on the islands of Raja Ampat is deliciously
slow and sleepy. Most islands have no motorised
vehicles, just sandy footpaths between the
colourful wooden houses. Villages are small and
in my experience friendly and welcoming. The
Arborek Tourism Village is a great place to get a
loose understanding of local life. The villagers
here have turned their traditional home town into
a tourism village to attract visitors. There are
several reasonably priced homestays which are
basic but comfortable, and the villagers often
greet tourists warmly with traditional music and
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