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Voyages2019-02-22T12:50:04+00:00

Voyages

We are delighted to introduce a new dynamic to the Nihi Sumba experience.

Nihi Sumba has partnered with Rascal Voyages to extend our luxury guest experience onto the waters of the Indonesian archipelago.

As friends of Nihi Sumba and leaders in luxury yacht travel in Indonesia, Nihi Sumba has formed a unique partnership with private Phinsi charter yacht Rascal. This collaboration unites our shared expertise and love for Indonesia’s beautiful archipelago.

Together with Rascal Voyages, we have carefully curated some of the most sought-after and exclusive land and sea excursions in the region, allowing our Nihi Sumba guests to enjoy cruising the finest of Indonesia’s 17,508 islands in total uncompromised luxury.

Rascal has five double, en-suite cabins, all above deck, providing a unique above water accommodation experience for cruising across some of Indonesia’s most stunning seascapes in style.

Paired with unforgettable dining experiences, personalised luxury service and incredible land and sea activities, a Rascal Voyage is a trip of a lifetime and now available for Nihi Sumba guests.

Pristine Nature and Stunning Locations

Go truly “off-grid” and visit virtually untouched areas of extreme natural beauty without having to compromise on luxury.

Official Partnership with Conservation International

Get to be part of something important instead of just going on another vacation. Our partnership with CI allows guests to witness scientific breakthroughs, help discover new species of marine life and experience genuinely life changing moments.

Swimming with whale sharks or tagging a manta ray anyone?

A Yacht Custom Made for Luxury Cruising

Rascal is the only phinisi yacht to offer an entirely above water accommodation experience in Indonesia. The 5 spacious cabins feel more like a “floating villa” than a yacht. With a 1:1 crew-to-guest ratio you can expect the same level of service found at a 5 star hotel.

Genuine Commitment to Sustainable Tourism

We are working hard to protect marine biodiversity, support local communities and reduce the negative impact of tourism in some of the world’s most remote waters.