2 travelers stand on a hilltop overlooking ocean & small islands at sunset on a cruise from Singapore to Bali Indonesia.
Aerial view of Raja Ampat's tiny islands in emerald waters with small ships cruising past, seen on a cruise to Bali from Australia.
Large stone bell statues with varying shades of tan sit atop a stone terrace looking out over verdant rainforest under bright clouds.
Long, narrow, open-air boats with colorful fabric tops sit in a line within calm water, with bright green mountains behind.
Stone statue of an Indonesian God sits at the entryway to an open-air mosque, seen on National Geographic Indonesia Cruises.
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Asia / Pacific Indonesia Cruise

National Geographic Indonesia Cruises

On these 13- or 21-day Indonesia cruises aboard 102-guest National Geographic Orion, discover a region lost to time and enveloped in lore. Visit remote archipelagos that are true paradises both on Earth and below the surface of their translucent waters. While sailing through channels dotted with small, uninhabited islands, hop into Zodiacs or kayaks to enjoy a deserted, palm-lined white-sand beach or dive among creatures ranging from pygmy seahorses to giant clams.

On the 21-day itinerary, cruise to Bali from Australia (or reverse), with a visit to Papua New Guinea and a charter flight connecting travelers between the ship in the Solomon Islands and a start or end in Brisbane, Australia. Experience the thrill of spotting rare Komodo dragons in the wild; snorkel and dive at pristine coral reefs of the Moluccas, Raja Ampat, and West Papua; take part in exuberant welcome ceremonies at secluded villages; and learn about some of the fiercest battles of the Pacific Theater during World War II. Explore the fascinating riverine world of the Asmat region, one of the least-explored places on Earth. An alternative 13-day Colors of Indonesia: Corals, Komodos & Vibrant Cultures itinerary operates eastbound from Bali, Indonesia, to Sorong, West Papua, with visits to Komodo National Park, Flores and the Banda island region; it is similar to the eastbound 21-day itinerary but does not explore West Papua or Papua New Guinea.

On the 13-day itinerary, cruise from Singapore to Bali, Indonesia (or reverse), exploring the less-traveled jewels of the Java Sea. Cruise through the remnants of Krakatoa and view the volcano’s “children” that have appeared since 1883 after of one the world’s largest volcanic explosions. Snorkel and dive amongst vibrant coral gardens; kayak in secluded bays with hundreds of fish teeming below; and engage with local villagers and learn about their daily lives, music and crafts. Plus, experience the innovative melting pot that is Singapore—a spectacular blend of cultures, innovation, and beauty. Additional highlights include a visit to the Borobudur Temple, the largest Buddhist temple in the world and a UNESCO World Heritage site; and exploring the jungles of West Bali Barat National Park and Menjangan Island.

Read on for details about this trip, or learn more about AdventureSmith’s Indonesia cruises and Indonesia trips.



Itinerary

Eastbound Exploring Indonesia: Bali, Raja Ampat & Papua New Guinea Itinerary

The eastbound Exploring Indonesia cruise embarks in Bali, Indonesia, and cruises through iconic Indonesian islands like Komodo before visiting Papua New Guinea and disembarking in the Solomon Islands. This trip ends with a charter flight to overnight in Brisbane, Australia, followed by a return flight to the U.S.

Route map of National Geographic cruise Exploring Indonesia: Bali, Raja Ampat & Papua New Guinea, operating between Bali & Brisbane, Australia.
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Day 1
Fly to Bali, Indonesia

Depart on an overnight flight to Bali, crossing the International Date Line and adding a day. Savor the excitement for this Indonesia, Papua New Guinea and Solomon Islands small ship cruise.

Accommodations

n/a

Meals

n/a

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Day 2
Arrive Bali

Arrive in Bali and check in to the group hotel. Meet fellow travelers this evening at a welcome reception.

Accommodations

Fairmont Hotel (or similar)

Meals

dinner

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Day 3
Explore Ubud & Embark Benoa

This morning check out of the hotel and head off into the countryside and the artist’s town of Ubud–famous for silver working, wood carving and batik. Wind along into the hills, passing exquisite Hindu temples, lush forests, small villages and the terraced rice fields cut into the cliffs. From water buffalo, to ducks, to harvest, learn how all the pieces of rice production flow together and nothing is wasted. Following lunch and free time to wander through the galleries in Ubud, head back to Benoa and embark the ship.

Accommodations

National Geographic Orion

Meals

breakfast, lunch, dinner

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Day 4
Lesser Sunda Islands: Satonda & Sumbawa

The ship’s first stop is the uninhabited Indonesian island of Satonda–a small circular island that is an ancient volcanic cone. Spend the morning snorkeling or diving the vibrant reefs or hike inland to the island’s sacred lake. This afternoon visit the island of Sumbawa, where villagers welcome all with a lively cultural display. Witness a traditional wedding ceremony and a local boxing match.

Accommodations

National Geographic Orion

Meals

breakfast, lunch, dinner

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Day 5
Komodo Island

Explore Komodo National Park, home to the world’s largest living lizard—the Komodo dragon. Learn about the conservation of these prehistoric giants from park rangers, who will join on a hike to spot the lizards in their natural habitat. Then enjoy an afternoon of swimming, snorkeling or exploring the sands at “Pink Beach,” named for the coral fragments that lend their color to the sand.

Accommodations

National Geographic Orion

Meals

breakfast, lunch, dinner

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Days 6 - 7
Flores Islands & At Sea

Flores was once an important Portuguese trading center for sandalwood. Travel inland from Maumere to the weaving village of Watublapi and meet the people of this arid island, known for producing some of the finest ikat weaving in the world. Whereas many other local weaving communities switched to industrially spun yarn and chemical dyes for the sake of saving time and money, the weavers of Watublapi still use the traditional, handspun yarn made out of local cotton, as well as local natural dyes. Also see a cultural dance presentation.

Accommodations

National Geographic Orion

Meals

breakfast, lunch, dinner

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Day 8
Banda Islands, Moluccas: Banda Neira

Sail into the Molucca archipelago, also known as Maluku or the Spice Islands. In the heart of the Moluccas lay the Banda Islands, where a kora kora, or traditional war canoe, escorts all to the enchanted isle of Pulau Naira. Neighboring Banda Neira was once the center of the Spice Island trade and a hub of the Dutch East India Company. Stroll past Dutch architecture and visit Fort Belgica, built to protect the profitable spice trade. Next to Bandanaira, the near perfect conical volcano of Banda Api will be visible, quietly steaming away, and the crystal-clear waters provide great swimming and snorkeling opportunities.

Accommodations

National Geographic Orion

Meals

breakfast, lunch, dinner

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Days 9 - 10
Exploring Raja Ampat

Snorkel and dive one of the richest and most intricate marine regions in the world. Explore the steep coral walls and drop offs that are brimming with amazing life–colorful corals, giant clams and literally hundreds of different fish species. Above sea level, the experiences are just as amazing, with lush islands, towering limestone pinnacles jutting out of the water, and hidden white-sand coves to discover by Zodiac or kayak. On Gam Island birders may join a pre-dawn nature walk to try to catch a glimpse of the ethereal red bird-of-paradise.

Accommodations

National Geographic Orion

Meals

breakfast, lunch, dinner

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Day 11
Maccleur Gulf: Kokas Village

Soaring mountains, pristine rain forest, and dozens of the most ancient, primal tribes on the planet can be found on this amazing section of Indonesia. Use Zodiacs to get up close to 20,000-year-old rock art near the fishing village of Kokas. Explore the fascinating skull caves and rock art of the Macassan culture. See the remains of the secret underground Japanese bunkers built here during World War II. Witness the traditional gabagaba, or stick dance, and learn about the myriad cultures that have passed through this region.

Accommodations

National Geographic Orion

Meals

breakfast, lunch, dinner

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Days 12 - 14
At Sea & Asmat

Arrive in the enchanting Asmat region, which spreads across mud flats and mangrove forests, with raised wooden boardwalks linking one village to the next. Elaborately painted “warriors” escort all to one of the stilt villages on shore, to attend a fascinating welcome ceremony. Today’s subsequent exploration will be dictated by the tides, as Zodiacs bring all to neighboring villages to encounter the ancient culture of the Asmat people, who are renowned for their woodcarving.

Accommodations

National Geographic Orion

Meals

breakfast, lunch, dinner

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Days 15 - 17
At Sea & Gulf of Papua, Papua New Guinea

We leave the Asmat region and sail through the Aru and Arafura Seas. During the last ice age, when sea levels were over 325 feet lower than they are today, this region was a land bridge between Australia and New Guinea. Transit the shallow, island-strewn Torres Strait, which separates Australia from New Guinea, to enter the Gulf of Papua. Explore the coast and scattered islands looking for that perfect place to spend some time on a deserted beach or snorkeling through a reef bursting with color and life.

Accommodations

National Geographic Orion

Meals

breakfast, lunch, dinner

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Days 18 - 19
Samarai Island & At Sea

It’s hard to imagine today that Samarai Island was once a bustling trading port and the second largest city in Papua New Guinea. The town was evacuated at the onset of the Pacific War and many of its buildings deliberately destroyed. When the war ended, Samarai never regained its earlier importance. Life is much slower paced nowadays, and there is a chance to meet and be greeted by the town’s residents. While departing, be sure to be out on deck as the ship cruises through the beautiful neighboring islands.

As the ship steams towards western Papua New Guinea, spend time on deck with the team of naturalists, listen to the many presentations that will set the stage for upcoming adventures, or enjoy one of the many onboard amenities that the beautiful ship has to offer.

Accommodations

National Geographic Orion

Meals

breakfast, lunch, dinner

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Day 20
Disembark Honiara, Solomon Islands & Fly to Brisbane, Australia

The expedition concludes in Honiara, a former U.S. supply depot and a strategic WWII battleground. Tour around the outskirts of the city to see sites well known from the Battle of Guadalcanal in 1942-43. See the shores of Red Beach and the vital airbase at Henderson Field. Visit the hills above Honiara where some of the fiercest battles took place. Then, transfer to the airport for a group flight to Brisbane, to overnight at a local hotel.

Accommodations

Hotel TBD

Meals

breakfast, lunch

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Day 21
Depart Brisbane, Australia

Depart this morning for your flight home, crossing the International Date Line and arriving the same day.

Accommodations

n/a

Meals

breakfast

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Details
Inclusions, Terms & Notes

Included

Accommodations; meals indicated; excursions; services of expedition leader, naturalist staff and expert guides; use of kayaks; entrance fees; all port charges and service taxes.

Exclusions

One-way charter flight from Honiara, Solomon Islands, to Brisbane, Australia (inquire with an Adventure Specialist for pricing); immigration fees; air transportation; extensions; personal items such as emails, laundry, voyage DVD, etc.; and insurance of any kind. Gratuities and alcoholic beverages excluded, except for all departures of National Geographic Explorer, Orion, Endurance, Resolution, Sea Cloud, Jahan and Lord of the Glens.

Payment & Cancellation

In order to confirm this trip, a deposit of $2,500 is required per person at time of booking. The balance of the trip price is due 120 days before the departure date. Special holiday payment and cancellation terms may apply. Guests who must cancel their trip for any reason must do so in writing. Standard cancellations are subject to the following per-person penalties, based on number of days prior to departure:
180 or more days – $750 of deposit retained (may be applied to future trip by trip operator)
179 to 120 days – 100% of deposit
119 to 90 days – 25% of total trip cost
89 to 60 days – 50% of total trip cost
59 to 0 days – 100% of total trip cost

Terms & Conditions

This trip is subject to AdventureSmith Explorations Terms and Conditions. Please read this information carefully and call us if you have any questions. A Traveler Information Form, which includes a release of liability, must be completed and signed by all travelers. Your Adventure Specialist will send you a unique link to complete this form along with a packing list and extensive pre-departure and travel insurance information upon booking confirmation.

Vaccination Requirement
To join this trip, all guests 5 years and older must provide proof of being fully vaccinated (at least 14 days after your final COVID-19 vaccine shot). There may also be COVID-19 testing or other requirements to participate; your Adventure Specialist will provide details of current policies upon booking.

Arrival & Departure

The eastbound Exploring Indonesia cruise begins in Denpasar, Bali (DPS), and ends in Brisbane, Australia (BNE). We highly recommend arriving one day prior to your trip start date in case of any flight delay, cancellation or lost luggage issues. Embarkation time on Day 1 may vary based upon arrival of group flights. Disembarkation is after breakfast on Day 20 of the outlined itinerary; departure times may vary depending on return group flights. If you would like assistance with international flights, please visit our Booking Flights resource page.

Internal Flights

A group charter flight between Honiara and Brisbane is required on this trip’s itinerary; see this trip’s Exclusions. There is a strict luggage limit of 50 lbs (23 kg) checked luggage (maximum size under 150cm of combined length, width and height including wheels and handles) and 11 lbs (5 kg) cabin baggage (maximum size 45 x 35 x 20cm including wheels and handles) on the flight between Honiara and Brisbane.

Activities

Whether you are looking for light activity options or more challenging outdoor pursuits, the ship’s crew can tailor most any expedition to suit your skill level. Adventure activities may include snorkeling, diving (included), kayaking, stand-up paddleboarding, inflatable boat/skiff excursions, cultural visits, land treks and wildlife observation.

Room Configuration

In addition to listed Solo cabin rates, select double-occupancy cabins may be available for single occupancy with a single supplement fee. If you would like to share accommodations with another guest of the same gender, we will be happy to try to accommodate you in select cabin categories. This program allows you to pay the per person double-occupancy rate whether or not a roommate is found. Contact AdventureSmith for further details and availability.

Families & Children

Children under the age of 18 are eligible for $500 off the double occupancy rate. Skilled staff members trained with National Geographic Education organize activities that inspire curiosity in young people of all ages. Programming for kids may include activities like photo workshops, journaling, scavenger hunts, Zodiac-driving lessons, hands-on nature and science programming and kid-friendly menu options.

Travel Insurance

Protect your travel investment with insurance. Our partners at Travelex Insurance offer a variety of plans and policies to fit every trip and budget. Coverage for a pre-existing medical condition is also available if you purchase the Travel Select plan within 15 days of the initial trip payment; refer to plan details. Learn more about travel insurance or get a free quote.

Itinerary Notes

Use the itinerary as a guide only. Itineraries may be altered due to weather, wildlife, national park regulation or at the captain’s discretion. The ability to be flexible makes this type of small ship cruising unique.

Westbound Exploring Indonesia: Bali, Raja Ampat & Papua New Guinea Itinerary

The westbound Exploring Indonesia cruise embarks in Honiara, Solomon Islands, and cruises along Papua New Guinea to iconic Indonesian islands like Komodo before disembarking in Bali, Indonesia. This cruise to Bali from Australia begins with an overnight in Brisbane, Australia, followed by a charter flight to embark the ship in the Solomon Islands.

Route map of National Geographic cruise Exploring Indonesia: Bali, Raja Ampat & Papua New Guinea, operating between Bali & Brisbane, Australia.
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Day 1
Fly to Brisbane, Australia

Depart on an overnight flight to Brisbane, Australia. Savor the excitement for this Solomon Islands, Papua New Guinea and Indonesia small ship cruise.

Accommodations

n/a

Meals

n/a

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Day 2
Arrive Brisbane

Arrive in Brisbane and check in to the group hotel. Meet fellow travelers this evening at a welcome reception.

Accommodations

Hotel TBD

Meals

dinner

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Day 3
Fly to Honiara, Solomon Islands & Embark

This morning check out of the hotel and transfer to the airport for the flight to Honiara. Tour the outskirts of this former U.S. supply depot and strategic WWII battleground to see sites well known from the Battle of Guadalcanal in 1942-43. See the shores of Red Beach and the vital airbase at Henderson Field. Visit the hills above Honiara where some of the fiercest battles took place. This afternoon embark the ship.

Accommodations

National Geographic Orion

Meals

breakfast, lunch, dinner

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Days 4 - 5
At Sea & Samarai, Papua New Guinea

The first morning is at sea as the ship steams towards the southern tip of Papua New Guinea. Spend time on deck with the team of naturalists, listen to the many presentations that will set the stage for upcoming adventures, or enjoy one of the many onboard amenities that the beautiful ship has to offer. While cruising, be sure to be out on deck as the ship cruises through beautiful islands.

It’s hard to imagine today that Samarai Island was once a bustling trading port and the second largest city in Papua New Guinea. The town was evacuated at the onset of the Pacific War and many of its buildings deliberately destroyed. When the war ended, Samarai never regained its earlier importance. Life is much slower paced nowadays, and there is a chance to meet and be greeted by the town’s residents.

Accommodations

National Geographic Orion

Meals

breakfast, lunch, dinner

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Days 6 - 8
Gulf of Papua & At Sea

Heading up the coast, transit the shallow, island-strewn Torres Strait, which separates Australia from New Guinea, to enter the Gulf of Papua. Explore the coast and scattered islands looking for that perfect place to spend some time on a deserted beach or snorkeling through a reef bursting with color and life. Then sail through the Aru and Arafura Seas as the ship travels to the Asmat region. During the last ice age, when sea levels were over 325 feet lower than they are today, this was a land bridge between Australia and New Guinea.

Accommodations

National Geographic Orion

Meals

breakfast, lunch, dinner

Read More
Days 9 - 11
At Sea & Asmat, Papua, Indonesia

Arrive in the enchanting Asmat region, which spreads across mud flats and mangrove forests, with raised wooden boardwalks linking one village to the next. Elaborately painted “warriors” escort all to one of the stilt villages on shore, to attend a fascinating welcome ceremony. The subsequent exploration will be dictated by the tides, as Zodiacs bring all to neighboring villages to encounter the ancient culture of the Asmat people, who are renowned for their woodcarving.

Accommodations

National Geographic Orion

Meals

breakfast, lunch, dinner

Read More
Day 12
Maccleur Gulf: Kokas Village

Soaring mountains, pristine rain forest, and dozens of the most ancient, primal tribes on the planet can be found on this amazing section of Indonesia. Use Zodiacs to get up close to 20,000-year-old rock art near the fishing village of Kokas. Explore the fascinating skull caves and rock art of the Macassan culture. See the remains of the secret underground Japanese bunkers built here during World War II.  Witness the traditional gabagaba, or stick dance, and learn about the myriad cultures that have passed through this region.

Accommodations

National Geographic Orion

Meals

breakfast, lunch, dinner

Read More
Days 13 - 14
Exploring Raja Ampat

Snorkel and dive one of the richest and most intricate marine regions in the world. Explore the steep coral walls and drop offs that are brimming with amazing life–colorful corals, giant clams and literally hundreds of different fish species. Above sea level, the experiences are just as amazing, with lush islands, towering limestone pinnacles jutting out of the water and hidden white-sand coves to discover by Zodiac or kayak. On Gam Island birders may join a pre-dawn nature walk to try to catch a glimpse of the ethereal red bird-of-paradise.

Accommodations

National Geographic Orion

Meals

breakfast, lunch, dinner

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Day 15
Banda Islands, Moluccas: Banda Neira

Sail into the Molucca archipelago, also known as Maluku or the Spice Islands. In the heart of the Moluccas lay the Banda Islands, where a kora kora, or traditional war canoe, escorts all to the enchanted isle of Pulau Naira. Neighboring Banda Neira was once the center of the Spice Island trade and a hub of the Dutch East India Company. Stroll past Dutch architecture and visit Fort Belgica, built to protect the profitable spice trade. Next to Bandanaira, the near perfect conical volcano of Banda Api will be visible, quietly steaming away, and the crystal-clear waters provide great swimming and snorkeling opportunities.

Accommodations

National Geographic Orion

Meals

breakfast, lunch, dinner

Read More
Days 16 - 17
At Sea & Flores Island

Flores was once an important Portuguese trading center for sandalwood. Travel inland from Maumere to the weaving village of Watublapi and meet the people of this arid island, known for producing some of the finest ikat weaving in the world. Whereas many other local weaving communities switched to industrially spun yarn and chemical dyes for the sake of saving time and money, the weavers of Watublapi still use the traditional, handspun yarn made out of local cotton, as well as local natural dyes. Also see a cultural dance presentation.

Accommodations

National Geographic Orion

Meals

breakfast, lunch, dinner

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Day 18
Komodo Island

Explore Komodo National Park, home to the world’s largest living lizard—the Komodo dragon. Learn about the conservation of these prehistoric giants from park rangers, who will join on a hike to spot the lizards in their natural habitat. Then enjoy an afternoon of swimming, snorkeling or exploring the sands at “Pink Beach,” named for the coral fragments that lend their color to the sand.

Accommodations

National Geographic Orion

Meals

breakfast, lunch, dinner

Read More
Day 19
Lesser Sunda Islands: Satonda & Sumbawa

The ship’s first stop is the uninhabited Indonesian island of Satonda–a small circular island that is an ancient volcanic cone. Spend the morning snorkeling or diving the vibrant reefs or hike inland to the island’s sacred lake. This afternoon visit the island of Sumbawa, where villagers welcome all with a lively cultural display. Witness a traditional wedding ceremony and a local boxing match.

Accommodations

National Geographic Orion

Meals

breakfast, lunch, dinner

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Days 20 - 21*
Disembark Bali, Indonesia & Depart

This morning, arrive in Denpasar on the lush island of Bali, one of the world’s greatest cultural treasures. Following disembarkation, get a taste of this paradise, where life and art are interwoven. Following lunch transfer to the airport for your flight home, crossing the International Date Line and arriving the next calendar day.

Accommodations

n/a

Meals

breakfast, lunch

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Details
Inclusions, Terms & Notes

Included

Accommodations; meals indicated; excursions; services of expedition leader, naturalist staff and expert guides; use of kayaks; entrance fees; all port charges and service taxes.

Exclusions

One-way charter flight from Honiara, Solomon Islands, to Brisbane, Australia (inquire with an Adventure Specialist for pricing); immigration fees; air transportation; extensions; personal items such as emails, laundry, voyage DVD, etc.; and insurance of any kind. Gratuities and alcoholic beverages excluded, except for all departures of National Geographic Explorer, Orion, Endurance, Resolution, Sea Cloud, Jahan and Lord of the Glens.

Payment & Cancellation

In order to confirm this trip, a deposit of $2,500 is required per person at time of booking. The balance of the trip price is due 120 days before the departure date. Special holiday payment and cancellation terms may apply. Guests who must cancel their trip for any reason must do so in writing. Standard cancellations are subject to the following per-person penalties, based on number of days prior to departure:
180 or more days – $750 of deposit retained (may be applied to future trip by trip operator)
179 to 120 days – 100% of deposit
119 to 90 days – 25% of total trip cost
89 to 60 days – 50% of total trip cost
59 to 0 days – 100% of total trip cost

Terms & Conditions

This trip is subject to AdventureSmith Explorations Terms and Conditions. Please read this information carefully and call us if you have any questions. A Traveler Information Form, which includes a release of liability, must be completed and signed by all travelers. Your Adventure Specialist will send you a unique link to complete this form along with a packing list and extensive pre-departure and travel insurance information upon booking confirmation.

Vaccination Requirement
To join this trip, all guests 5 years and older must provide proof of being fully vaccinated (at least 14 days after your final COVID-19 vaccine shot). There may also be COVID-19 testing or other requirements to participate; your Adventure Specialist will provide details of current policies upon booking.

Arrival & Departure

The westbound Exploring Indonesia cruise begins in Brisbane, Australia (BNE), and ends in Denpasar, Bali (DPS). We highly recommend arriving one day prior to your trip start date in case of any flight delay, cancellation or lost luggage issues. Embarkation time on Day 1 may vary based upon arrival of group flights. Disembarkation is after breakfast on Day 20 of the outlined itinerary; departure times may vary depending on return group flights. If you would like assistance with international flights, please visit our Booking Flights resource page.

Internal Flights

A group charter flight between Honiara and Brisbane is required on this trip’s itinerary; see this trip’s Exclusions. There is a strict luggage limit of 50 lbs (23 kg) checked luggage (maximum size under 150cm of combined length, width and height including wheels and handles) and 11 lbs (5 kg) cabin baggage (maximum size 45 x 35 x 20cm including wheels and handles) on the flight between Honiara and Brisbane.

Activities

Whether you are looking for light activity options or more challenging outdoor pursuits, the ship’s crew can tailor most any expedition to suit your skill level. Adventure activities may include snorkeling, diving (included), kayaking, stand-up paddleboarding, inflatable boat/skiff excursions, cultural visits, land treks and wildlife observation.

Room Configuration

In addition to listed Solo cabin rates, select double-occupancy cabins may be available for single occupancy with a single supplement fee. If you would like to share accommodations with another guest of the same gender, we will be happy to try to accommodate you in select cabin categories. This program allows you to pay the per person double-occupancy rate whether or not a roommate is found. Contact AdventureSmith for further details and availability.

Families & Children

Children under the age of 18 are eligible for $500 off the double occupancy rate. Skilled staff members trained with National Geographic Education organize activities that inspire curiosity in young people of all ages. Programming for kids may include activities like photo workshops, journaling, scavenger hunts, Zodiac-driving lessons, hands-on nature and science programming and kid-friendly menu options.

Travel Insurance

Protect your travel investment with insurance. Our partners at Travelex Insurance offer a variety of plans and policies to fit every trip and budget. Coverage for a pre-existing medical condition is also available if you purchase the Travel Select plan within 15 days of the initial trip payment; refer to plan details. Learn more about travel insurance or get a free quote.

Itinerary Notes

Use the itinerary as a guide only. Itineraries may be altered due to weather, wildlife, national park regulation or at the captain’s discretion. The ability to be flexible makes this type of small ship cruising unique.

Northbound Singapore to Bali: Jungles, Atolls & Wildlife Itinerary

The northbound Singapore to Bali: Jungles, Atolls & Wildlife cruise begins with an overnight in Bali, Indonesia, then embarks and cruises along remote Indonesian islands before disembarking in Singapore.

Route map of National Geographic Singapore to Bali: Jungles, Atolls & Wildlife cruise.
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Day 1
Fly to Bali, Indonesia

Depart on your overnight flight to Bali. Try to sleep despite the excitement of starting this special Bali to Singapore small ship cruise.

Accommodations

n/a

Meals

n/a

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Day 2
Arrive Bali

Arrive in Bali. Check in to the group hotel. Meet fellow travelers this evening at a welcome reception.

Accommodations

Fairmont Hotel (or similar)

Meals

dinner

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Day 3
Explore Bali & Embark Denpasar

Explore Denpasar on the lush island of Bali, one of the world’s greatest cultural treasures. Get a taste of this paradise, where life and art are interwoven, then embark the ship.

Accommodations

National Geographic Orion

Meals

breakfast, lunch, dinner

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Day 4
Menjangan Island & West Bali Barat National Park

Javanese for “deer,” Menjangan Island is named after the rare rusa deer who swim to the island during the spring. This secluded  paradise is part of the West Bali Barat National Park, located in the northwest tip of Bali. Teeming with untouched beauty both above and below the water, explore the island on foot, keeping an eye out for deer while wandering through the ancient white stone temple – Pura Segara Gili Kencana; snorkel amongst the brightly colored coral fans; or glide through the clear water on a stand-up paddleboard.

Accommodations

National Geographic Orion

Meals

breakfast, lunch, dinner

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Day 5
Pulau Bawean

Pulau Bawean is a small jewel in the Java sea. Travel past the beautifully terraced rice paddies while heading to the center of the island and Lake Kastoba. According to ancient lore, a swim in these pristine waters will keep you forever young. Curious monkeys and a variety of birds make their home in the surrounding jungle. Local villagers eagerly share their traditional music and dance.

Accommodations

National Geographic Orion

Meals

breakfast, lunch, dinner

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Day 6
Kerimun Jawa

A breathtaking chain of coral fringed islands, Kerimun Jawa Archipelago sits off the coast of central Java. Designated a Natural Reserve, the marine park protects the biodiversity of the lush mangrove forests teeming with birdlife, 11 species of sea grass, and extensive coral reefs, home to over 400 species of fish. Observe life in the mangroves while trekking deep into the forest on raised footpaths, ever watchful for black-tailed monkeys and red breasted parakeets. Kayak along the sea grass in water so clear it’s easy to see the fish and  coral below. A true island paradise.

Accommodations

National Geographic Orion

Meals

breakfast, lunch, dinner

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Day 7
Semarang: Borobudur Temple

Today, dock on the island of Java in the bustling port of Semarang. The day’s destination is inland, at the largest Buddhist temple in the world: magnificent Borobudur Temple. A UNESCO World Heritage site, this massive complex sits perched on a hill, with bell-shaped stupas housing statues of Buddha seeming to rise from the jungle around it. Stone reliefs carved in exquisite detail line the base of the temple, depicting everyday life and the path to enlightenment. Spend the full day exploring this spectacular site.

Accommodations

National Geographic Orion

Meals

breakfast, lunch, dinner

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Days 8 - 9
Krakatoa & At Sea

One of the world’s most beautiful and powerful volcanoes, Krakatoa or Krakatau, was known worldwide after the explosive eruption in 1883. Ash from the massive event circled the earth for years. Along the Pacific Ring of Fire, new volcanoes have formed beneath Krakatoa’s caldera–Anak Krakatau, or “Child of Krakatau,” is the most active. Go ashore to explore the black sand beach and lush jungle that rises up to the volcano. Cruise to Legon Cabe, Big Krakatau, and snorkel in the dazzling reefs that surround the island. The following day spend time on deck with the team of naturalists, listen to compelling presentations in the lounge, or enjoy one of the many onboard amenities as the ship travels down the coast of Java.

Accommodations

National Geographic Orion

Meals

breakfast, lunch, dinner

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Day 10
Pulau Belitung

Located off the coast of Sumatra, Belitung is part of the relatively unknown Bangka-Belitung sister islands. Spend the morning cruising the pristine waters, the ship weaving her way through the smaller islands and clusters of granite formations that dot the coastline, looking for the perfect quiet cove to stop in for kayaking and snorkeling. Ashore have the opportunity to meet the locals and witness the blending of the Sumatran, Malay and Bugis cultures—Malay homes on stilts; Bugis fishing villages; Sumatran coffee houses, popular gathering spots for all. The Dutch tin mines and the promise of work brought many families to Belitung—the mines may be gone, but the joining together of traditions remain.

Accommodations

National Geographic Orion

Meals

breakfast, lunch, dinner

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Day 11
Badas Islands

The remote Badas Islands offer excellent beaches and corals. These rarely visited islands offer an abundant array of marine life. Watch clownfish darting between anemones and with luck, a beautiful royal blue tang might make this idyllic story complete! Explore above and beneath the sea via stand-up paddleboard, snorkeling and beachcombing.

Accommodations

National Geographic Orion

Meals

breakfast, lunch, dinner

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Day 12
Anambas Archipelago

The first stop is in the remote Anambas Archipelago, to snorkel the unspoiled reefs surrounding Pulau Lintang. Search for colorful giant clams and cardinalfish that make these waters their home. The island is private, so enjoy exclusive access to walk the beach, dive, snorkel, or choose to explore by glass-bottom Zodiac.

Accommodations

National Geographic Orion

Meals

breakfast, lunch, dinner

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Day 13
Disembark Singapore, Explore & Depart

Arrive in Singapore. Following disembarkation, set off to explore this landmark city-state. Cosmopolitan Singapore, a former British colony, has transformed itself into one of the world’s leading and most innovative commercial centers. While touring the old sections of the city, see how Chinese, Malay and Indian cultures thrive side by side. Also see the ultra-modern along the skyline of high rises and in the whimsical creations of the Gardens by the Bay. Singapore is truly a melting pot of culture, style and cuisine. Following lunch transfer to the airport for your flight home.

Accommodations

n/a

Meals

breakfast, lunch

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Details
Inclusions, Terms & Notes

Included

Accommodations; meals indicated; excursions; services of expedition leader, naturalist staff and expert guides; use of kayaks; entrance fees; all port charges and service taxes.

Exclusions

Immigration fees; air transportation; extensions; personal items such as emails, laundry, voyage DVD, etc.; and insurance of any kind. Gratuities and alcoholic beverages excluded, except for all departures of National Geographic Explorer, Orion, Endurance, Resolution, Sea Cloud, Jahan and Lord of the Glens.

Payment & Cancellation

In order to confirm this trip, a deposit of $1,500 is required per person at time of booking. The balance of the trip price is due 120 days before the departure date. Special holiday payment and cancellation terms may apply. Guests who must cancel their trip for any reason must do so in writing. Standard cancellations are subject to the following per-person penalties, based on number of days prior to departure:
180 or more days – $750 of deposit retained (may be applied to future trip by trip operator)
179 to 120 days – 100% of deposit
119 to 90 days – 25% of total trip cost
89 to 60 days – 50% of total trip cost
59 to 0 days – 100% of total trip cost

Terms & Conditions

This trip is subject to AdventureSmith Explorations Terms and Conditions. Please read this information carefully and call us if you have any questions. A Traveler Information Form, which includes a release of liability, must be completed and signed by all travelers. Your Adventure Specialist will send you a unique link to complete this form along with a packing list and extensive pre-departure and travel insurance information upon booking confirmation.

Vaccination Requirement
To join this trip, all guests 5 years and older must provide proof of being fully vaccinated (at least 14 days after your final COVID-19 vaccine shot). There may also be COVID-19 testing or other requirements to participate; your Adventure Specialist will provide details of current policies upon booking..

Arrival & Departure

The northbound Exploring Indonesia cruise begins in Denpasar, Bali (DPS), and ends in Singapore (SIN). We highly recommend arriving one day prior to your trip start date in case of any flight delay, cancellation or lost luggage issues. Embarkation time on Day 1 may vary based upon arrival of group flights. Disembarkation is after breakfast on Day 13 of the outlined itinerary; departure times may vary depending on return group flights. If you would like assistance with international flights, please visit our Booking Flights resource page.

Activities

Whether you are looking for light activity options or more challenging outdoor pursuits, the ship’s crew can tailor most any expedition to suit your skill level. Adventure activities may include snorkeling, diving (included), kayaking, stand-up paddleboarding, inflatable boat/skiff and glass-bottom boat excursions, cultural visits, land treks and wildlife observation.

Room Configuration

In addition to listed Solo cabin rates, select double-occupancy cabins may be available for single occupancy with a single supplement fee. If you would like to share accommodations with another guest of the same gender, we will be happy to try to accommodate you in select cabin categories. This program allows you to pay the per person double-occupancy rate whether or not a roommate is found. Contact AdventureSmith for further details and availability.

Families & Children

Children under the age of 18 are eligible for $500 off the double occupancy rate. Skilled staff members trained with National Geographic Education organize activities that inspire curiosity in young people of all ages. Programming for kids may include activities like photo workshops, journaling, scavenger hunts, Zodiac-driving lessons, hands-on nature and science programming and kid-friendly menu options.

Travel Insurance

Protect your travel investment with insurance. Our partners at Travelex Insurance offer a variety of plans and policies to fit every trip and budget. Coverage for a pre-existing medical condition is also available if you purchase the Travel Select plan within 15 days of the initial trip payment; refer to plan details. Learn more about travel insurance or get a free quote.

Itinerary Notes

Use the itinerary as a guide only. Itineraries may be altered due to weather, wildlife, national park regulation or at the captain’s discretion. The ability to be flexible makes this type of small ship cruising unique.

Southbound Singapore to Bali: Jungles, Atolls & Wildlife Itinerary

The southbound Singapore to Bali: Jungles, Atolls & Wildlife cruise from Singapore to Bali, Indonesia, begins with an overnight in Singapore, then embarks and cruises along remote Indonesian islands before disembarking in Bali, Indonesia.

Route map of National Geographic Singapore to Bali: Jungles, Atolls & Wildlife cruise.
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Day 1
Fly to Singapore

Depart on your overnight flight to Singapore. Try to sleep despite the excitement of starting this special Singapore to Bali small ship cruise.

Accommodations

n/a

Meals

n/a

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Day 2
Arrive Singapore

Arrive in Singapore. Check in to the group hotel. Meet fellow travelers this evening at a welcome reception.

Accommodations

Fullerton Hotel

Meals

dinner

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Day 3
Explore Singapore & Embark

This morning, check out of the hotel and set off to explore this landmark city-state. Cosmopolitan Singapore, a former British colony, has transformed itself into one of the world’s leading and most innovative commercial centers. While touring the old sections of the city, see how Chinese, Malay and Indian cultures thrive side by side. Also see the ultra-modern along the skyline of high rises and in the whimsical creations of the Gardens by the Bay. Singapore is truly a melting pot of culture, style and cuisine. This afternoon, embark the ship.

Accommodations

National Geographic Orion

Meals

breakfast, lunch, dinner

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Day 4
Anambas Archipelago

The first stop is in the remote Anambas Archipelago, to snorkel the unspoiled reefs surrounding Pulau Lintang. Search for colorful giant clams and cardinalfish that make these waters their home. The island is private, so enjoy exclusive access to walk the beach, dive, snorkel, or choose to explore by glass-bottom Zodiac.

Accommodations

National Geographic Orion

Meals

breakfast, lunch, dinner

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Day 5
Badas Islands

The remote Badas Islands offer excellent beaches and corals. These rarely visited islands offer an abundant array of marine life. Watch clownfish darting between anemones and with luck, a beautiful royal blue tang might make this idyllic story complete! Explore above and beneath the sea via stand-up paddleboard, snorkeling and beachcombing.

Accommodations

National Geographic Orion

Meals

breakfast, lunch, dinner

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Day 6
Pulau Belitung

Located off the coast of Sumatra, Belitung is part of the relatively unknown Bangka-Belitung sister islands. Spend the morning cruising the pristine waters, the ship weaving her way through the smaller islands and clusters of granite formations that dot the coastline, looking for the perfect quiet cove to stop in for kayaking and snorkeling. Ashore have the opportunity to meet the locals and witness the blending of the Sumatran, Malay and Bugis cultures—Malay homes on stilts; Bugis fishing villages; Sumatran coffee houses, popular gathering spots for all. The Dutch tin mines and the promise of work brought many families to Belitung—the mines may be gone, but the joining together of traditions remain.

Accommodations

National Geographic Orion

Meals

breakfast, lunch, dinner

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Days 7 - 8
Krakatoa & At Sea

One of the world’s most beautiful and powerful volcanoes, Krakatoa or Krakatau, was known worldwide after the explosive eruption in 1883. Ash from the massive event circled the earth for years. Along the Pacific Ring of Fire, new volcanoes have formed beneath Krakatoa’s caldera–Anak Krakatau, or “Child of Krakatau,” is the most active. Go ashore to explore the black sand beach and lush jungle that rises up to the volcano. Cruise to Legon Cabe, Big Krakatau, and snorkel in the dazzling reefs that surround the island. The following day spend time on deck with the team of naturalists, listen to compelling presentations in the lounge, or enjoy one of the many onboard amenities as the ship travels down the coast of Java.

Accommodations

National Geographic Orion

Meals

breakfast, lunch, dinner

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Day 9
Semarang: Borobudur Temple

Today, dock on the island of Java in the bustling port of Semarang. The day’s destination is inland, at the largest Buddhist temple in the world: magnificent Borobudur Temple. A UNESCO World Heritage site, this massive complex sits perched on a hill, with bell-shaped stupas housing statues of Buddha seeming to rise from the jungle around it. Stone reliefs carved in exquisite detail line the base of the temple, depicting everyday life and the path to enlightenment. Spend the full day exploring this spectacular site.

Accommodations

National Geographic Orion

Meals

breakfast, lunch, dinner

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Day 10
Kerimun Jawa

A breathtaking chain of coral fringed islands, Kerimun Jawa Archipelago sits off the coast of central Java. Designated a Natural Reserve, the marine park protects the biodiversity of the lush mangrove forests teeming with birdlife, 11 species of sea grass, and extensive coral reefs, home to over 400 species of fish. Observe life in the mangroves while trekking deep into the forest on raised footpaths, ever watchful for black-tailed monkeys and red breasted parakeets. Kayak along the sea grass in water so clear it’s easy to see the fish and  coral below. A true island paradise.

Accommodations

National Geographic Orion

Meals

breakfast, lunch, dinner

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Day 11
Pulau Bawean

Pulau Bawean is a small jewel in the Java sea. Travel past the beautifully terraced rice paddies while heading to the center of the island and Lake Kastoba. According to ancient lore, a swim in these pristine waters will keep you forever young. Curious monkeys and a variety of birds make their home in the surrounding jungle. Local villagers eagerly share their traditional music and dance.

Accommodations

National Geographic Orion

Meals

breakfast, lunch, dinner

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Day 12
Menjangan Island & West Bali Barat National Park

Javanese for “deer,” Menjangan Island is named after the rare rusa deer who swim to the island during the spring. This secluded  paradise is part of the West Bali Barat National Park, located in the northwest tip of Bali. Teeming with untouched beauty both above and below the water, explore the island on foot, keeping an eye out for deer while wandering through the ancient white stone temple – Pura Segara Gili Kencana; snorkel amongst the brightly colored coral fans; or glide through the clear water on a stand-up paddleboard.

Accommodations

National Geographic Orion

Meals

breakfast, lunch, dinner

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Day 13
Disembark Denpasar, Bali, Explore & Depart

This morning, arrive in Denpasar on the lush island of Bali, one of the world’s greatest cultural treasures. Following disembarkation, get a taste of this paradise, where life and art are interwoven. Following lunch transfer to the airport for your flight home.

Accommodations

n/a

Meals

breakfast, lunch

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Details
Inclusions, Terms & Notes

Included

Accommodations; meals indicated; excursions; services of expedition leader, naturalist staff and expert guides; use of kayaks; entrance fees; all port charges and service taxes.

Exclusions

Immigration fees; air transportation; extensions; personal items such as emails, laundry, voyage DVD, etc.; and insurance of any kind. Gratuities and alcoholic beverages excluded, except for all departures of National Geographic Explorer, Orion, Endurance, Resolution, Sea Cloud, Jahan and Lord of the Glens.

Payment & Cancellation

In order to confirm this trip, a deposit of $1,500 is required per person at time of booking. The balance of the trip price is due 120 days before the departure date. Special holiday payment and cancellation terms may apply. Guests who must cancel their trip for any reason must do so in writing. Standard cancellations are subject to the following per-person penalties, based on number of days prior to departure:
180 or more days – $750 of deposit retained (may be applied to future trip by trip operator)
179 to 120 days – 100% of deposit
119 to 90 days – 25% of total trip cost
89 to 60 days – 50% of total trip cost
59 to 0 days – 100% of total trip cost

Terms & Conditions

This trip is subject to AdventureSmith Explorations Terms and Conditions. Please read this information carefully and call us if you have any questions. A Traveler Information Form, which includes a release of liability, must be completed and signed by all travelers. Your Adventure Specialist will send you a unique link to complete this form along with a packing list and extensive pre-departure and travel insurance information upon booking confirmation.

Vaccination Requirement
To join this trip, all guests 5 years and older must provide proof of being fully vaccinated (at least 14 days after your final COVID-19 vaccine shot). There may also be COVID-19 testing or other requirements to participate; your Adventure Specialist will provide details of current policies upon booking.

Arrival & Departure

The southbound Exploring Indonesia cruise begins in Singapore (SIN), and ends in Denpasar, Bali (DPS). We highly recommend arriving one day prior to your trip start date in case of any flight delay, cancellation or lost luggage issues. Embarkation time on Day 1 may vary based upon arrival of group flights. Disembarkation is after breakfast on Day 13 of the outlined itinerary; departure times may vary depending on return group flights. If you would like assistance with international flights, please visit our Booking Flights resource page.

Activities

Whether you are looking for light activity options or more challenging outdoor pursuits, the ship’s crew can tailor most any expedition to suit your skill level. Adventure activities may include snorkeling, diving (included), kayaking, stand-up paddleboarding, inflatable boat/skiff and glass-bottom boat excursions, cultural visits, land treks and wildlife observation.

Room Configuration

In addition to listed Solo cabin rates, select double-occupancy cabins may be available for single occupancy with a single supplement fee. If you would like to share accommodations with another guest of the same gender, we will be happy to try to accommodate you in select cabin categories. This program allows you to pay the per person double-occupancy rate whether or not a roommate is found. Contact AdventureSmith for further details and availability.

Families & Children

Children under the age of 18 are eligible for $500 off the double occupancy rate. Skilled staff members trained with National Geographic Education organize activities that inspire curiosity in young people of all ages. Programming for kids may include activities like photo workshops, journaling, scavenger hunts, Zodiac-driving lessons, hands-on nature and science programming and kid-friendly menu options.

Travel Insurance

Protect your travel investment with insurance. Our partners at Travelex Insurance offer a variety of plans and policies to fit every trip and budget. Coverage for a pre-existing medical condition is also available if you purchase the Travel Select plan within 15 days of the initial trip payment; refer to plan details. Learn more about travel insurance or get a free quote.

Itinerary Notes

Use the itinerary as a guide only. Itineraries may be altered due to weather, wildlife, national park regulation or at the captain’s discretion. The ability to be flexible makes this type of small ship cruising unique.

Rates & Dates

Cruise Rates & Dates

Rates are variable per remaining availability and are subject to change. Please contact AdventureSmith for the most up-to-date pricing.

Oct 07 - Oct 27, 2022
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National Geographic Orion • 13 days
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National Geographic Orion • 14 days
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National Geographic Orion • 13 days
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National Geographic Orion • 13 days
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National Geographic Orion

102-guest National Geographic Orion is one of the most sophisticated vessel in its class. Small ship cruises aboard the Orion offer a luxurious exploration of Chile, Tahiti, Australia, New Zealand and beyond.

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Book your Indonesia cruise and receive up to $1,200 in airfare credit with this special deal.

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