EAST INDIES ISLAND

Isle East Indies, originally named Pulau Kaliage Kecil, a petite jewel in the Thousand Islands, a collection of tropical islands in the Java Sea near to Jakarta. The island is approximately one hectare in size, with two pristine white sand beaches. At an easy pace, one can walk its perimeter in less than fifteen minutes.

Isle East Indies is a totally private island, so when you book your stay, you have the luxury of the entire island paradise awaiting you. The island presently accommodates a maximum of 8 adults.

There are four houses dotted around the island, enhancing the feeling of absolute privacy and serenity. The main Joglo houses a large living and dining pavilion, two master suites and two bathrooms. The Malay style guesthouse includes a master suite with an adjacent bathroom and the Balinese Lumbung has a double bed and separate toilet and shower area. There is a fantastic freestanding pavilion to convene at for dinner and drinks.

Whether you’re aim to unwind and relax back with a good book or you’d like to explore your surroundings, Isle East Indies has something to appeal to everyone. Water activities include waterskiing, kayaking to neighboring islands, snorkeling, Scuba Diving and fishing.

Tour Overview :

 
  • Min. :  8 person
  • 4 Days 3 Nights
  • Full board meals
  • Water activity
  • Indonesia

What's included

  • Accommodation for 4 Days / 3 Nights
  • Full Board basis (Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner)
  • Boat Transport from Marina Ancol  – Island , Returns
  • Water Activity ( water skis, kayaks, snorkeling equipment, water socks )
 

What's excluded

  • All personal expense
  • Alcohol, softdrink
  • Tips 
  • Diving
  • Marina Ancol entrance tickets

Itinerary

Day 1

Guest will be pickup on Marina Ancol to be transfer to the Island , and enjoy for lunch.

 

Day 2 / 3

sit back and relax , enjoy the island and all its beauty , you can do snorkeling, fishing or any water sport you like, or you can just relax at the joglo for the rest of the day.

Day 4

Guests are kindly asked to leave their rooms by 12:00 on departure day and than will be transport to the Marina Ancol

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