Snorkeling in Indonesia


Where colorful birds flit through the treetops in Tangkoko Nature Reserve, where spectacular underwater splendors await off Sulawesi, where dragons roam on Komodo Islandyour Indonesia tour with Zegrahm Expeditions—by cruise and overland—captures all this and more in an exciting and highly immersive Indonesia travel experience. Mingle with the locals in Ubud, taking home artistic treasures from your Indonesia tour. Overnight in the mountain village of the Toraja and marvel at their boat-shaped houses and hillside cave tombs. All the while, we’ll travel in the luxury of the all-suite Caledonian Sky, designed to provide a spacious, yet intimate Indonesia tour with like-minded world travelers. A fleet of Zodiacs takes us aboard for immediate access to remote shorelines and islands and she is equipped to offer complimentary scuba diving so you can explore one of the world's most impressive marine environments.

Upcoming Indonesia Expeditions

  • Indonesia: Raja Ampat & Asmat Villages

    Indonesia: Raja Ampat & Asmat Villages

    November 3November 21, 2016

    From Bunaken National Marine Park—where you’ll snorkel and dive with rainbow-hued tropical fish—to the Raja Ampat archipelago—home to the world’s richest variety of marine life—this is an incredibly immersive exploration of Indonesia.

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