Sail away to Komodo in style

Ayana Hotels, known for its lavish accommodation and stellar hospitality in various highly-prized locations around Indonesia, has recently debuted a specially-built Phinisi cruise ship that sails to Komodo Island, calling at well-known areas such as the Komodo National Park, a UNESCO World Heritage site.

Why get to Indonesia’s Komodo Island the usual way when you can do it in style and touched by the fingers of luxury?

Ayana Hotels, known for its lavish accommodation and stellar hospitality in various highly-prized locations around Indonesia, has recently debuted a specially-built Phinisi cruise ship that sails to Komodo Island, calling at well-known areas such as the Komodo National Park, a UNESCO World Heritage site.

Excursions on Ayana Lako di’a (which means safe journey in Balinese) are two-, three- or five-nights in length, and making the experience perfect for corporate charters.

Onboard the 54m-long Phinisi vessel – the world’s largest – are nine luxury cabins, which can hold a maximum of 18 passengers. Guests can expect five-star treatment, full dining options and spa treatments. Water activities such as snorkelling, diving, and stand up paddle-boarding are available, alongside dry activities such as yoga and dolphin watching.
Cruises set sail from Mondays to Saturdays on a regular basis, and on Sundays, Ayana Lako di’a can be used as a corporate event venue.

Event spaces onboard include the multipurpose front deck, spacious dining room, and the upper deck. The ship can accommodate up to 120 people for a reception, and 70 in round-table format.

Event planners can also choose to combine the luxury cruise with an equally exquisite land programme at the Ayana Komodo Resort on Flores Island’s breathtaking Waecicu Beach. The five-star picturesque property has a grand ballroom for up to 220 guests.

Opened in September with 13 suites and 192 guestrooms, each offering ocean views, the resort is the only five-star hotel in Komodo. Other facilities include six F&B venues, a spa, a gym, and two swimming pools.

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