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Indonesia

Once in a lifetime exclusive private cruise to the stunning Spice Islands & Raja Ampat

  • Boutique style cruising with only 100 guests

  • 14-night expedition cruise

  • No long sea days

 

From 6th – 20th March 2025

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Discover Spice Islands & Raja Ampat on an Expedition Cruise

What’s Include in our boutique exclusive cruise
From 6th – 20th March 2025, Destination HQ are hosting a private cruise to explore the hidden gems of the Spice Islands and Raja Ampat, Indonesia. With under 100 guests on board, this once in a lifetime cruise is selling fast with limited availability.
  • Return private flight from Darwin to Sorong
  • All meals freshly prepared by our Chef on board using local produce
  • Premium beverage package served with lunch and dinner
  • All shore excursions
  • Tips and gratuities

Excursions and Activities

  • Daily lectures and briefings with guest lectures
  • Swimming with whale sharks
  • Learn the customs and cultures of Spice Islands, and experience local culture, including traditional dances, handicrafts and fresh local food
  • Snorkelling, kayaking and diving
  • Hike Pindi to Peak
  • Opportunities to see the wildlife
  • Explore the rich history of the diverse marine life
  • Swim in turquoise waters
  • Open Bridge access

History of the magical Spice Islands & Raja Ampat

There is an unknown aspect of history, which in is ingrained in the Spice Islands. In the 16th century Europe craved cloves and nutmeg, turning these islands into gold-dusted battlegrounds. Portuguese, then Dutch, clashed and claimed the land.
We will also visit the stunning Indonesia Atolls. The people of the villages and the local produce are some of the best experiences to take away. Known for its remote Mountain Ranges, and vast coastlines, it’s a great country to explore for people who love the outdoors. But also those who love history. There is an unknown aspect of history, which is ingrained in the Spice Islands. In the 16th century Europe craved cloves and nutmeg, turning these islands into gold-dusted battlegrounds. Portuguese, then Dutch, clashed and claimed the land.

Why Travel with DHQ

  • Under 100 guests on board
  • No long sea days
  • Hosted by Destination HQ representatives, Kate Traynor and Sophie Anderson
  • All inclusive
  • Additional onboard activities
  • Designated MC / Cruise Director
  • Nightly entertainment
  • Uniquely curated cruise itinerary