Alila Purnama

Location: Eastern Indonesia | Indonesia

Price guide: £££££ More than £500 per person per night

Owned by the resort of the same name, the Alila Purnama is a luxury wooden sailing ship which offers set and tailor-made itineraries for discovering the islands of Indonesia. Whether you want to explore fertile jungles or dive in turquoise waters the Purnama offers contemporary lodgings for an exuberant journey.
Perfect forLarge groups who enjoy water-based activities such as diving.
In the knowGuests can also choose to stay at an Alila property in Bali before and after the voyage.

Recommended for...

  • Cruise
  • Eco-tourism
  • Luxury Hotel
  • Off the Beaten Track

Hotel Overview

Where

Various destinations in the Indonesian archipelago, from Komodo Island to Raja Ampat.

Rooms at Alila Purnama

The Alila Purnama consists of three decks, all of which are hand-built and made from locally sourced materials such as teak and rattan. The five suites are decked out in an ultra-modern style and feature en-suite bathrooms with dark wood floors and marble worktops. The master suite has vast wraparound windows and adjacent outdoor seating areas offering 270-degree views of the ever-changing landscape.

Food and Facilities

After dinner or in between dives, you can relax over coffee or cocktails in the bar and lounge, furnished with sumptuously comfortable sofas. Meals are included in the price of a stay and are whipped up by your personal chef. The main deck has large sunbeds perfect for enjoying the sea breeze or curling up with a good book from the library. Divers will be in their element with an on-board diving centre which offers advanced classes, you can then unwind with a treatment from a Spa therapist.

Activities at Alila Purnama

With the entire archipelago within reach, there are a vast array of activities for any group that stays on the Purnama. Charter from Rinca Island to east Sumbawa where Komodo dragons reside, dive with manta rays in Raja Ampat, or explore the breathtaking landscape of the volcanic island of Ambon. Other activities include snorkelling, kayaking, sunbathing and discovering the region’s pearl farms.

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