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Cruises visiting Banda Islands & all Banda Islands cruises for  2019

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The Banda Islands are a volcanic group of ten small volcanic islands in the Banda Sea, about 2,000 km east of Java, and are part of the Indonesian province of Maluku. Until the mid-19th century the Banda Islands were the world's only source of the spices nutmeg and mace produced from the nutmeg tree. These days the islands are also popular destinations for scuba diving and snorkelling. The Bandas offer stunning tropical scenery, a remarkable history, friendly villages, and some of the globe's most unspoilt, pristine, and biologically diverse bright coral reefs, as well as a great variety of colourful fish.

Combining raw natural beauty, a warm local heart, and a fascinating history, this remote cluster of 10 picturesque islands isn't just Maluku’s choice travel destination, it is one of the very best in all of Indonesia. Particularly impressive undersea drop-offs are vibrantly plastered with multicoloured coral gardens. From November through April the waters are generally clear and placid, in the famous Maluku sea gardens. If the port town of Bandaneira located on the island of the same name is visited, then history comes alive.

With the renovated 17th century fort, old government buildings along the waterfront, the tree-lined streets, old churches that still retain a colonial character, and even the former Dutch Governor’s mansion that is now the Museum of History, are all well worth visiting. Of historical interest, in 1667, by the Treaty of Breda, the Dutch received the Island of Run in the Banda Islands from Britain, in exchange for the island of Manhattan. Manhattan's fort, New Amsterdam, was renamed New York by the British, in one of the greatest land deals of history.

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