FIND YOUR DREAM IN TROPICAL PARADISE

Explore the world’s finest tropical paradise as our guest on an all-inclusive package trip. Your journey will combine adventure with community activities to support local livelihoods in a way that preserves their connection to nature, brings local products to market, and conserves forest traditions. The Kurabesi Explorer Sails across the pristine islands of eastern Indonesia, covering Raja Ampat, Cenderwasih Bay, Biak, Triton Bay, Banda Naira, Ceram, Kay and Aru Island and Halmahera.

HALMAHERA

The island of Halmahera lies roughly equidistant between the diving hot-spots of North Sulawesi & Raja Ampat, and right in the path of the Indonesian Throughflow as it surges through the archipelago.

YAPEN ISLAND

Yapen island is located on the southern of Biak island, separated from the popular Biak Island by the Yapen Strait to the north. Yapen is no less beautiful and shall be the first choice for those who love bird watching and spending time in the great outdoors.

BANDA SEA AND MALUKU

Isolated from the rest of Central Maluku, the dozen little volcanic islands that make up the Banda archipelago are the most wanted tourist destination in the whole of Maluku.

BIAK - PADAIDO

Biak Padaido is a another paradise in island of Papua, Biak. This small island located at top of Cendrawasih Bay, northern part of Papua, was the point of horrific WW II battles of Allied Forces versus Japanese.

TRITON BAY - KAIMANA

Kaimana and Triton Bay were cited as a nesting grounds for green turtles, a population of coastal Brydes Whales, spawning grounds for grouper, and the magnificent whalesharks. Just step away from Kaimana City.

MANOKWARI

It is a small coastal town on the northeast tip of Papua Bird's Head Peninsula. Run along Dore Bay, the city laid as natural harbor surrounded by islands, 3.000 m mountains and impenetrable jungle.

CENDERAWASIH BAY

Meaning Bay of Paradise, home of the whale shark, its a the largest marine national park in Indonesia. This park is huge, half again larger than Raja Ampat. It covers 1,453,500 ha administratively included in Wondama and Nabire regency, still remains largely unknown and unexplored.

RAJA AMPAT

Raja Ampat, translated in English means The Four Kings. The first comprehensive scientific survey of the area was only conducted in 2001, a record-breaking census which found nearly 1,000 tropical fish species, many of the species discovered had been previously unknown.