We are proud to help you explore the unimaginable beauty of our home, Indonesia.
Indonesia is the world’s largest archipelago with over 18,000 islands.
It is home to the planet’s most biodiverse marine life with over 3,000 species of fish and 500 species of coral.
Its most beautiful and remote destinations are located in the heart of the Coral Triangle,
which until recently have been difficult to explore.
From a passion for discovering and admiring the beauty of our country’s hidden tropical and marine paradises, Coral Triangle Safaris (CTS) was established in 2016.
Our yacht, Sequoia, has been designed and built to provide a safe and comfortable voyage for our guests,
while recognizing our responsibility to protect this precious ecosystem.
The environmentally-friendly standards to which we have constructed Sequoia ensure that the splendor of Indonesia’s pristine waters can be appreciated for generations to come.
Immerse yourself in the world’s aquarium ® with Coral Triangle Safaris,
as we help you explore the unimaginable beauty of our home, Indonesia.
We celebrate diversity.
With over 300 tribes speaking 700 living languages, the beauty of the diverse Indonesian population is just as important as its natural resources and wonders.
Ensuring fair prices and wages to our people, community and trade partners is the central of everything we do.
To provide our guests with a safe and unforgettable experience in the most biodiverse and exotic maritime location in the world,
while respecting indigenous people and their land and water.
We never make false promises. Our hospitality is inspired by the diversity of nature and our people.
We are experts in understanding our custom and culture, knowing how to make our guests feel good.
71% of the world is covered by water.
As we explore this fragile environment, we are responsible in making sure it lasts.
We have selectively sourced our products with this in mind. 100% traceability & sustainability
From low-emission main engine to palm oil free products aim to reduce the devastating impact of global warning to our ocean.