Discover the world’s last paradises of Komodo National Park, Raja Amat and the Spice Islands cruising with Prana by Atzaró

Explore the unrivalled beauty of some of the most stunning destinations on earth whilst sailing the paradise seas of Indonesia. Travel to Indonesia and with the best luxury liveaboard experience, trek unique landscapes, dive oceans teeming with life, discover deserted islands and meet local tribes.

Prana by Atzaró creates bespoke itineraries with the perfect mix of adventure, discovery, wanderlust, dream holiday escape and history to suite all tastes. Catch the ancient trade winds aboard the biggest and most luxurious phinisi yacht in the world and cruise Komodo National Park from May to October, the Spice Islands in November and May, Raja Ampat from December to April.


Enjoy the best world class diving and immerse yourself in this Indonesian paradise with stunning pink beaches, clouds of multi-coloured fish, sunsets thronging with bats and the legendary Komodo Dragons.


The 1500 islands of Raja Ampat make for perfect luxury island hopping surrounded by the most luminous turquoise waters and forming one of the most remote and striking destinations left on earth.


The Spice Islands, also known as the Banda Islands, rich with trading history, offer spectacular historical sites and are so remote that only the most intrepid travellers visit their vast treasure trove of wonders.


The ethereal scenery of the more than twenty islands between Alor and Maumere reveal a long list of splendours from vividly coloured lakes and sulphur-spewing active volcanos to inimitable ancient tribal cultures.

Prana by Atzaró is the ultimate in luxury Indonesia travel and a unique once in a lifetime experience. Aboard the authentic luxury yacht, you have the all-year opportunity to discover dream destinations to be seen to be believed.

Other-worldly pink beaches, dragons, crystalline waters, manta rays, deserted islands, rain forest clad islets, still sea waters and more seduce and astound you every day, voyaging Indonesia’s last untouched paradises.

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