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Cruises visiting Pulau Moyo National Park & all Pulau Moyo National Park cruises for  2019-2020

Currently we have no major cruise ships visiting Pulau Moyo National Park in the 2019-2021 seasons.

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Pulau Mayo is a 30km long island lying just east of Bali and Lombok, and north of Sumbawa island in Indonesia, in the West Nusa Tenggara province. It lies under the shadow of Mt Tambora (2851m) to the east, which exploded in 1815. The eruption was one of the most powerful in recorded history, ejecting 10 billion tonnes of rock, and led to Europe’s Year Without a Summer in 1816. The island is mostly uninhabited, the few thousands there living by farming and fishing. In 1986 a Pulau Moyo National Park was proclaimed to conserve and protect the extraordinary vegetation, its uniqueness and the many animal species: 86 species of birds, 21 bat species, long tail macaques, wild pigs, deer, barking deer, monitor lizards, wild oxen, and wild boars).

Indonesia is, indeed, the world’s largest coral reef nation. The unspoiled reefs surrounding Moyo Island are a declared Marine Reserve. Few tourists visit, and those who do see pristine coral reefs protected from fishing and pollution. You’ll find many beaches of fine coral sand, and out snorkelling or scuba diving there are also sharks and turtles. The island rises to only 648m above the sea, and you can trek through the forest from the southern tip Tanjung Pasir. The centre is mostly forested, with some savannah. In the forest are a myriad of butterflies and some waterfalls, alongside the aforesaid animals.