A Private Yacht in Indonesia Is the Best Place to See the Upcoming Solar Eclipse
This March, a full solar eclipse will enthrall stargazers around the globe. Visible only from certain parts of the Pacific Ocean, the majestic celestial show will be best glimpsed from Wayag Island in Indonesia. To give astronomy aficionados the chance to witness the spectacle in full, Camper and Nicholsons International is offering a bespoke yacht charter aboard the 213-foot Lamima, a charming wooden sailboat.
In addition to watching the eclipse (on March 9 at 8:58 am), guests will have the opportunity to explore Bali’s rich culture by visiting a pearl farm, exploring coral gardens, kayaking through a stalactite-filled cave, or admiring tropical birds native to the region. Onboard, certified diving instructors will give guests the chance to dive in some of the world’s most beautiful tropic locations.
The all-inclusive package (starting at $140,000 per week) includes accommodations for up to 14 guests, land transfers and fuel, meals and drinks, spa treatments, watersport activities, island trips, and admission to national parks. A minimum seven-day itinerary is required. (camperandnicholsons.com)