During your cruise, you may be visiting National Parks, World Heritage Sites or Marine Protected Areas. A series of regulations & guidelines have been established by Park Authorities & NGO’s to ensure a safe & enjoyable experience for visitors and to preserve & protect the natural resources of Indonesia.

On the land – Conservation Awareness

Removal or disturbance and the vandalism of any natural product (such as wood products or wildflowers) are prohibited.
Hunting and/or harassing wildlife is prohibited.
Disturbing or feeding wildlife is dangerous and is strictly prohibited.
Disturbing any living natural resource is not allowed. This includes collection and harvesting activities.
Dispose of trash or rubbish in containers provided for this purpose.
Disturbing any non-living natural resource, including taking of dead coral, shells or stone, is not allowed.
Feeding or attracting wildlife with food or bait is not allowed. Fishing in any marine parks is strictly prohibited.

Diving – Conservation Awareness

Practice good buoyancy and body control and keep a safe distance from corals and other marine life, particularly in currents or surge. Be careful with your fins.
Make sure gauges and other gear are secured so that they do not hang thereby causing damage to corals or other marine life.
Underwater photographers should be particularly careful about avoiding physical contact with the reef. A camera is not a license to move, prod or harass marine life.
Do not harass any marine life. Do not move marine animals from their substrate, shelter or natural habitat.
Possession or use of spear guns and other underwater fishing gear is not allowed.