|TRIP DATES||AVAILABILITY||PRICE||SPACE LEFT|
|February 14, 2023 - February 26, 2023||Guaranteed||$1540||
Dates and prices are subject to change.
Discover Indonesia while cruising the archipelago.
Visit Semrang’s historic old town with temples.
See the Komodo Island and the dragons.
Explore Bali’s beaches and old villages.
Share this amazing cruise with your family and friends.
Indonesia is an island country in Southeast Asia between the Indian and Pacific oceans. It’s the world’s largest archipelago. Nature and culture are the prime attractions of Indonesian tourism.
The islands had dozens of kingdoms and civilizations that flourished and faded in different parts of the archipelago since the 7th century. This results in Indonesia with hundreds of distinct native ethnic and linguistic groups.
Indonesia has vast areas of wildness that support one of the world’s highest levels of biodiversity. It’s home to 167 active volcanos and endless attractions of beaches.
Two-thirds of Indonesia is marine and ocean. The total area of the Indonesian sea is its vast ocean of 5,076,800 square kilometers of a land area of 1,904,569 square kilometers. Indonesia is definitely a maritime state and archipelago country. Indonesia’s marine is an important lane and habitat for the world’s marine mammals. There are groups of whales, dolphins, and dugongs including the Blue whale that can probably be seen from the ship. Indonesia’s marine has the largest coral reef habitat in the world.
Besides that locals frequent trips to the many islands by various boats, ferries, cargo ships, and yachts. It will be fascinating to observe any traffic on the water as boating is a norm of Indonesian culture. Also, you should be able to see islands from afar with your eyes or better bring your binoculars.
Cultural heritage is observed at the ancient Borobudur in Central Java, the world’s largest Buddhist monument, and nearby Prambanan temples is a remarkable Hindu monuments. The Islamic heritage is prominent in Sumatra, where some remaining sultanate palaces can be seen. Other cultural sites in Indonesian history include the colonial heritage of the Dutch East Indies in Jakarta and Semarang and the royal palaces of Pagaruyung, Ubud, and Yogyakarta.
This cruise is particular, floating on the ocean and hopping on and off great islands for shore excursions. Activities are many, from going to see landmarks, and historic, and cultural sightseeing, and also including adventure activities such as hiking, kayaking, cycling, snorkeling, and scuba diving.
Deaf World Adventure is planning its own shore excursions, working with knowledgeable local guides and with some who are Deaf guides on the islands. ASL interpreters will be present on the cruise for onboard activities and entertainment. Also, a Deaf interpreter from Deaf World Adventures will accompany the group on shore excursions to interpret and/or feed the guides ASL.
The best thing of all is that the ship is literally a floating resort with everything on it that takes passengers to amazing places. That’s totally something!
Come and join us to explore wonderful Indonesia. We will have a great time together.