Embark on a 7 day cruise through South East Asia on the Silolona, a modern wooden version of a traditional Indonesian spice ship. You'll eat and sleep under the watchful eye of a dedicated crew and explore the“East Indies, or "spice islands", which are inhabited by girls that are anything but scary.
Meet the crew and embark northward up the eastern coast to the Komodo Archipelago, and only after an hour you'll be able to enjoy your first swim… unless getting onto the boat was harder than you imagined.
Hop off at Rinca Island to spot Komodo dragons, wild boars, monkeys, and water buffalos. Follow up that with an afternoon on "Pantai Merah", world famous for it's pink sand.
Sea kayaking, diving, and snorkeling are just a few of the things you'll do on Padar Island. You can also head onto the island for bird watching if you forgot your water wings.
Head to the top of the Gili Lawah Darat & Gili Lawah Laut, where you'll be out of breath because of the views, walk, and saying Gili Lawah Darat & Gili Lawah Laut over & over again. Head to the bottom of Gili Lawah Darat & Gili Lawah Laut for snorkeling with exotic fish and turtles.
Waking up in this bedroom of yours ain't bad, but neither is today's trip to Batu Muncul, w/ it's pristine white sandy beaches.
Dive around the Banta Island and it's numerous, finger-like bays noted for their giant turtles and manta rays. Here, you'll enjoy for your last evening under the brilliance of the Milky Way.
Grab your last swim at Pulau Sebayor before navigating towards Labuhan Bajo, where a seaplane will land next to Silolona and bring you back to Bali, in spite of the what you want, what you really really want, is to not leave.