We bring to your attention an exciting week-long sea voyage across the Indonesian islands aboard a catamaran. Indonesia is a huge tropical country spread over 17,804 islands, large and small, inhabited and unnamed. We invite you to discover it in a new way. From October to April there are ideal weather conditions for sea travel. The modern vessel Eleuthera 60 has everything you need for a comfortable and cozy stay on board. The sea cruise will be interesting for both young people and older tourists. There is a place on the catamaran for a couple in love and for a small company. We invite you on a Bali catamaran cruise! You will remember this journey for a long time.

Accommodation

There are several cabins on board the catamaran, one of them is yours. The double cabin looks like a luxurious bedroom: it has a large double bed, mirror, wardrobe, separate bathroom and bath. You will feel right at home. During the cruise, you can also sit on the deck and admire the local beauty, there are tables and comfortable sofas.

Route

Bali Catamaran Cruise duration: 8 days / 7 nights.

Day 1. Dispatch.

We leave from Serangan Island. Our first destination is Sanur Beach. Here we will spend our first night.

Day 2. Serangan – Nusa Lembongan

The next day we go to the island of Nusa Lembongan, in the vicinity of which the second day will take place.

Day 3. Nusa Lembongan – Gili Air.

On the third day we go to the island of Gili Air. Many people believe that this is how paradise should look like, you will have the opportunity to see it with your own eyes. There is a sanctuary for sea turtles, there are hundreds of their nests on the beach. In addition, there is a rich underwater world, which is inhabited by whole hordes of colorful tropical fish. On the island of Gili we will stay overnight.

Day 4. Gili Air – Gili Meno – Senggigi.

On the fourth day, you will visit several islands at once. Here you will find a unique blend of Chinese, Balinese and Arabic motives. The views of these places cannot be confused with anything. You will definitely like it.

Day 5. Senggigi – Po – Gili Nanggu.

On the fifth day, you will enjoy diving in tropical waters near Po Island. Our next stop is Gili Nanggu Island. The nature here is truly unique, even for Indonesia. You will spend the fourth night near this island.

Day 6. Nanggu – Desert Point Lodges – Nusa Penida.

On the sixth day we go southwest. Our next stop is Desert Point Lodges. Here you will go diving again and see the world of coral reefs and tropical fish up close. Our next stop is the Crystal Bay of Nusa Penida Island. Time has stood still here, and the locals live the same way as thousands of years before your appearance.

Day 7. Nusa Penida – Manta Point – Mushroom Bay.

Our next destination is Manta Point. Here you can touch the legendary manta rays and swim with them in tropical waters – an unforgettable experience. Next we go to Mushroom Bay. No, there are no mushrooms here, as one might think, the bay is named so because unique corals that resemble mushrooms grow here. Locals collect red algae in the local waters.

Day 8. Mushroom Bay – Serangan Island.

After spending the night in the mushroom bay, we go to the starting point of our journey – Serangan Island. Our Bali cruise ends after breakfast at Gold Island Restaurant.

Cabin rental price in Bali Catamaran Cruise = 945 EUR per person (in DBL cabin)

Included in the price:
  • Double cabin. Standard or Enhanced. In any case, it has a separate toilet and bathroom.
  • Three meals a day on board.
  • Service (captain and cook).
  • A set of bed linen and towels for passengers.
  • Fuel for the catamaran for the entire route.
  • Diving equipment, sea kayak.
  • Insurance of passengers and boats.

The price does not include:

  • Flight to Indonesia.
  • Transfer from airport to port and back.
  • If you pay with cash, you need a cash drawer (required).
On request – surcharge for an improved cabin (130 euros).
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