Indonesia, with more than 18,000 registered islands, is by far the largest and most varied archipelago on Earth. It stretches over nearly 2 million square kilometers between Asia and Australia. Indonesia shares land borders with 3 countries: Malaysia, Timor-Leste and Papua New Guinea. This great place is a small corner of paradise very popular with the international stars who come here for its calm and culture. Between April and September, come and revitalize yourself in this beautiful place. You will discover diverse and varied landscapes, between land and sea, and a fascinating fauna like you won’t see anywhere else. Immerse yourself in the different religions of the people who live here. Neoyachting proposes you to visit Indonesia in another way, by sea, on board one of our luxury yachts that you can find on our online yacht site.

Florès and the Komodo National Park

Florèsis a small island where you can berth with a yacht. It is part of the Sande island group and owes its name to the Portuguese who named it that way in the 16th century, because there are a lot of flowers on the island.

Here you will find volcanoes, including the Kelimutu, which will arouse your curiosity during walks for nature lovers. But that’s not all, you will be amazed its surprisingly colorful lakes and bays. The villages as well as their inhabitants will know how to make you discover the culture, which makes Florèsan unavoidable stop during a trip to Indonesia.

The island of Java

Located 1000 km south of the equator, Java reveals an impressive geographical diversity. Dominated by a long volcanic mountain range and enjoying a tropical climate, the island benefits from an extraordinary soil fertility. This island is very well known for its numerous cultures.

Java has about a hundred volcanoes, some of which are still active. In addition to these, which offer surprising landscapes, Java conceals many other secrets. The center of the island offers many sites such as the very famous Buddhist temple of Borobudur, which was built in the jungle between the end of the 8th century and the beginning of the 9th century.

The Raja Ampat Islands

These islands, also called the Four Kings, are part of an archipelago of about 1500 islands. Here, calm and tranquility will offer visitors a taste of paradise on earth. At the limit of the Pacific Ocean, these islands have an exceptional underwater biodiversity and rare fish species. This is something to delight water sports enthusiasts, especially scuba diving.

This still preserved place will know how to make you full of the sight of it. You will be able to bask under the sun while others can enjoy the natural wealth of the place.


Bali is the best known place in Indonesia, and one of the most popular tourist destinations. It must be said that between its turquoise waters and its beaches which are among the most beautiful in the world, the place has nothing to envy to the other islands.

Discover the temples to immerse yourself in the local culture. And discover the richness of nature. Lake Toba is an unmissable place if you come to land in Bali aboard one of our luxury yachts. Located on the island of Sumatra. It is considered the largest in Southeast Asia. Between mountain and sea, the place will satisfy the whole family and you will be able to practice a plethora of activities both on land and sea. Here, you will be able to escape the frenzy of the centers but also the heat since this lake is located at 900 meters of altitude. You can now book your yacht to come and visit Indonesia like never before.

When to go

April - September

High season

December - January

Indonesia offers two primary regions for yacht charter: Komodo and Raja Ampat. Yachts are available in each region on a seasonal basis, with both destinations offering a wealth of memorable experiences. Komodo is best known for its local “dragon,” a large species of lizard that hunts birds, monkeys, wild boar and more. You can see Komodo dragons during a yacht charter—with a watchful guide by your side, of course—and then continue on to discover more of Komodo’s islands. One of its beaches has sand that looks pink, a rarity in the world and a beautiful photo opportunity. Underwater, you will find hundreds of species of coral, more than 1,000 types of fish and everything from giant turtles to manta rays. Snorkeling and diving here is like a dream. Raja Ampat is also a wonderland of underwater exploration, with Conservation International ranking it as the most biodiverse location on planet Earth. Coral colonies seem to stretch on forever underwater, creating snorkeling and scuba paths filled with schools of colorful fish. Nearly 700 species of mollusks alone have been recorded here, along with more than 530 types of coral. Bring your underwater camera, and prepare to be amazed.