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snorkelling equipment and wear comfortable shoes if you

want to climb to the salt water Crater Lake in the middle

of the island (the walk takes about 15 minutes depending

on your pace).

Day 12: Gili Meno and Gili Trawangan (Lombok Island),

Indonesia - Known as "Gili T" Gili Trawangan is the most

cosmopolitan of the Gili Islands where you can enjoy fresh

seafood, snorkel, sunbathe, join a dive trip, rent a bike or

take a horse carriage ride. Gili Meno is the smallest of the

Gili Islands and is home to the Green Sea and Loggerhead

turtle which can often be spotted in the shallow waters of

the island.

Day 13: Gili Nanggu (Lombok Island), Indonesia - Gili

Nanggu is a serene island paradise where there is nothing

to do except relax and unwind or maybe indulge in a little

snorkelling or swimming.

Day 14: Benoa (Bali), Indonesia - After breakfast onboard

transfer to the airport for your overnight flight back to the


Departure Date Prices from

27 May 18 £2099

24 Jun 18 £2149

8 Jul 18 £2179

5 Aug 18 £2479

19 Aug 18 £2299

Prices are from, per person based on 2 adults sharing a category 6

inside cabin, upper/lower berths onboard Star Clipper



Star Clipper • 14 Nights • May to August 2018 • Prices from £2099pp


✥ Return flights from London Heathrow

Regional flights available at a supplement

✥ 5-nights' 5-star bed-and-breakfast hotel stay

at the Trans Resort Bali (or similar)

✥ All overseas transfers

✥ 7-nights' full-board cruise onboard

Star Clipper

✥ All port charges and port taxes

Your Indonesian adventure begins with a five-night luxury hotel stay in the stylish resort of Seminyak, home to ancient

temples, world-class restaurants, high-end boutiques and some of Bali's finest beaches. Then climb aboard Star Clipper

for a unique Tall Ship sailing experience and discover a collection of remote, often uninhabited Indonesian Islands that

are only accessible to smaller vessels. Visit the Gili Islands; an archipelago of three small islands fringed by powdery

white-sand beaches, dotted with coconut palms set in a turquoise blue sea surrounded by coral reefs. Explore Komodo

Island, the desolate domain of the fierce dragon that bears the islands name and relax on Pink Beach, one of only seven

such beaches on the planet.

Day 1: Fly UK Bali - Fly overnight from London Heathrow to

Bali. Upon arrival transfer to hotel for 5 nights stay.

Days 2 - 6: Seminyak, Bali - Upon arrival transfer to your

hotel in Seminyak for 5 nights stay.

Day 7: Embark Star Clipper, Benoa, Bali - After breakfast

transfer to Benoa Port and embark Star Clipper for your

seven night cruise.

Day 8: Gili Kondo (Lombok Island), Indonesia - This

uninhabited island is one of 33 small islands of eastern

Lombok. Snorkel directly from the beach in calm, crystal

clear waters, soak up some rays or take a stroll along its

white sand beach.

Day 9: At Sea - Enjoy a relaxing day at sea and soak up the

scenery as you glide across the Indian Ocean.

Day 10: Komodo National Park, Indonesia and Pink Beach

(Komodo Island), Indonesia - In the morning visit Komodo

National Park, a UNESCO World Heritage Site and home

to the fierce Komodo Dragon. These unique lizards grow

to up to three metres in length and resemble a relic from

when dinosaurs walked the earth. In the afternoon dock at

Pink Beach. The amazing colour of the beach comes from

microscopic animals called Foraminifera which leave a red

pigment on the coral which break off and combine with

silvery sand to produce the glorious pink shade.

Day 11: Satonda Island, Indonesia - Satonda is surrounded

by beautiful coral reefs with a large variety of tropical fish;

to protect this unique underwater paradise the island was

declared to be a Marine Nature Park in 1999. Prepare your


Call now to book: 0800 082 2170 or visit


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