Bali cruises and sea safaris offer a convenient way for visitors to Bali to enrich their experience of Asia and catch a glimpse of pre-historic times by taking a journey into regions of Indonesia little known to the rest of the world. With Bali Cruises you'll visit prehistoric "Komodo Dragons" the last Survivors from the Dinosaur Age. Discover Ancient Tribes and Cultures of Indonesia. You can book 7-day and 8-day cruises on the Buginese schooner "Sea Safari" throughout the year, and you have a wide choice of cruises of Indonesia.
There are visits to the Lesser Sunda Islands east of Bali where you can swim and snorkel at pristine beaches or explore villages where women weave the traditional ikat cloth. You can also visit the island of Komodo, famous for its dragons who only here survived from the Jurassic age. On a 3-day/2-night Bali-Lombok-Bali cruise you will visit and explore Lombok - Bali before the tourist - to their traditional village of Karangbayan and onto the unique Lingsar temple built in 1714. Lombok is an island with unspoiled white beaches, craft villages and rice terraces carved into landscapes of stunning beauty.
The Gili coral islets surrounding Lombok are an underwater paradise for snorkelers and divers. It is also home for craft villages of basket weavers and pottery makers.
There are excellent daily Bali cruises to choose from. The Lembongan Island Reef Cruise, the Beach Club Cruise, the Sunset Dinner Cruise, the spectacular trip aboard Aristocat, the Ocean Rafting 3 Island Cruise and Dolphin Cruise. Whichever it is you might choose, you're sure to enjoy some of Bali's best views, a host of exciting activities and a sumptuous buffet.
Cruise the spectacular waters of Bali to beautiful Lembongan Island with Bali's leading marine tourism company, Bali Hai Cruises. Their comprehensive cruise programs and Hai Tide Huts offer a variety of activities with world-class facilities. The seven-day / six-night Bali - Komodo - Bali Leisure Expedition is a great choice for Bali cruises. Embarkation is in Benoa harbor on to the Sea Safari. Lunch is served as you pass by the majestic Agung volcano on the northeastern part of Bali.
After sailing out of the Lombok Strait the vessel settles on an easterly course. The next morning is the first landfall on Moyo, a small island off the north coast of Sumbawa. A few hours later the cruise reaches the uninhabited island of Satonda. If you are lucky, on day three, you may spot some giant turtles that are known to congregate near Banta Island. Before noon you leave for the island of Rinca passing through the small amazing panoramic islands.
Day four is Komodo National Park - the only place on earth where one can see the dragons in their own habitat. On day five you arrive to the busy traditional harbor of Bima, which is deep in the heart of Eastern Sumbawa. On day six the cruise anchors at on the north Coast of Lombok, where you go ashore for an excursion to the Sendang Gile Waterfalls in the foothills of the Rinjani volcano. You spend a last morning snorkeling and swimming anchored off one of the Gili Islands.
Each Bali cruise is a unique and unforgettable experience.