Cruise to Indonesia

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Indonesia Cruises: Your guide to cruising the vibrant tropical archipelago

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Frequently asked questions

Popular destinations on an Indonesian cruise include Bali, Lombok, the Gili Islands, Komodo National Park, and the Raja Ampat archipelago.

We recommend cruising through Indonesia during the dry season, from April to September. Not only will you have less stress about the rain, but you can enjoy warm temps that are perfect for swimming, snorkelling and exploring.

Cruises often include onshore visits to local villages and cultural sites, where guests can experience traditional Indonesian customs and crafts. Be sure to bring some local currency (Indonesia Rupiah) to purchase handicrafts and souvenirs from local makers.

Most cruises include meals on board, typically featuring a blend of Indonesian and international cuisines. Double check your itinerary to confirm what food and beverage options are included in your cruise package.

Does trekking, kayaking, swimming, snorkelling and diving count? If yes, then it’s safe to say that there are no shortage of adventure activities to keep you entertained during your cruise in Indonesia.

Indonesian cruises can vary, from short 3-4 day island hopping adventures to longer journeys that spend 10 or more days exploring the vast archipelago.

Of course! What better way to experience life under the sea than by sleeping on top of it? Indonesia is renowned for its rich marine biodiversity, so you can rest assured that pretty much every cruise offers snorkelling and diving excursions.

Lightweight, casual clothing is suitable for the tropical climate, along with swimwear, sun protection, and comfortable walking shoes for shore excursions. To be honest, we couldn’t think of a better time to bring out the matching swimmers, don a big hat and spend your afternoon reading a good book on the sundeck.

Of course! In fact, you can count of there being a broad range of luxury cruising options available in Indonesia, offering everything from high-end amenities and personalised experiences to custom shore tours and more.

Major departure points like Bali and Jakarta are well-connected by international flights, with transfers to the cruise ports available. Chat with your Flight Centre cruise expert to book your transfers (and flights and insurance. We’ve got it all covered!).

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