Atlas pearl farm Pungu Island, FloresStunning view of the Atlas pearl farm Pungu Island, Flores.



Atlas Pearls operates five pearl farming operations throughout Indonesia. Three of these farms are opened to visitors to experience a pearl farming tour and jewellery boutique.

From hatchery to harvest, pearl farming is an intensive 4 year process to produce the best commercial quality South Sea pearls. Breeding - Grow Out - Seeding - Farming - Harvest - Grading - Matching - Design.

For more information please contact
T: +62 361 284 455 / +62 081 238 77012

Cost The Atlas pearl farm tour is free.

Jalan Nelayan, Penyabangan, Buleleng, Bali
T. + 62 8123877012
GPS. S08 09.290 E114 43.640
Approx 115km / 3 hours drive from Denpasar.

How to Get There
Ask your hotel concierge for assistance in booking a trusted driver to take you to North Bali.  The journey takes you through the center of the island where you can witness the beauty and diversity of Bali.  An early start from South Bali will allow you to clearly see Bali’s volcanos Batur and Agung, as well as Java’s Raung and Semeru. 

Where to Stay
The Village of Pemuteran is only a few kilometers away from our Pearl farm.  With hotels from 1 to 5 starts, dive centers and multiple restaurants it is the perfect gateway to discovering North Bali.  Laso, Menjanagan National Park has 5 hotels which invite you to discover the beauty of the national park with hotels offering 5 start services to glamping options.

Making the Most of Your Visit
North Bali is a truly unique part of the island, away from the hustle and bustle of busy Kuta and Seminyak. With beautiful scenery, quiet beaches there’s much to see and do, making it well worth the trip. To make the most of your time in North Bali we also recommend the following experiences: Hatten Wines vineyards, The Plan Bee – bee repopulation efforts.

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Pulau Pungu Kecil, Kecamatan Komodo
Labuanbajo, Manggarai Barat - NTT
T. +62 8113848212
GPS. S08 31.260 E119 47.631

How to Get There
There are direct flights by Garuda Indonesia either from Bali or from Jakarta to reach Labuanbajo.  This small fishing village once quiet, is now a booming small town which is also the gateway to Komodo National Park. 

Where to Stay
Labuanbajo still has many small homestays and small hotels but it also has a few boutique and upscale options. Travelers can choose from simple yet clean and tidy to luxury at its best. 

Making the Most of Your Visit
We recommend a minimum of 3 nights in Labuan Bajo: one day Komodo or Rinca island tour to see the Komodo dragons in their natural habitat is a must. Visiting our pearl farm which is only a 30 minutes speed boat ride away, allows guests to see the farm operations and visit our showroom  where an oyster seeding can be performed. We also offer a Treasure Hunt: have a leisurely short snorkel in our laguna  where you pick a colore-coded shell we will exchange for your own unique pearl.  Locally hired drivers acan take you to points of interest in the area and also further East to discover Flores’ volcanos, hot springs and colored lakes.

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Kepulauan Alyui, Raja Ampat Sorong,
Papua Barat
T. +62 251 7544455 
GPS. S00 11.624 E130 15.905

How to Get There
Raja Ampat is at the furthers East point of Indonosia and cannot be reached with direct flights form Bali or Jakarta. Most flights to its gateway town, Sorong, start from Makassar in Sulawesi.  Once guests have reached Sorong, further arrangements must have been made since the town does not provide for tourism opportunities.  

Where to Stay
Most of Raja Ampat is only attainable via cruise boats or liveabords for diving.  Several Indonesian operators offer cruises in Raja Ampat or diving trips in the area, they can be found online.  In recent years some resorts on small islands or on stilts have started operating. Book ahead from them to fetch you at your arrival in Sorong.

Making the Most of Your Visit
Raja Ampat hosts thousands of species of fish and land mamals, reptiles and birds. Its underwater world is revered internationally for its pristine nature. Our pearl farm is somewhat out of reach unless your boat or dive operator has contacted us. Request a tour of the farm and meet our passionate team who also can show you the Treasure chest – containing a collection of jewellery and pearl strands or studs, and the last harvest loose pearls.  

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