Blue Harbour Resort, a luxury resort and ski resort located in central Indonesia, has been in the planning stages for over two years now.
The resort’s first official launch will be in late March, the resort’s founder, Noman Gekit, told The Jakarta Post.
Blue Harbour has already been approved by the Indonesian Tourism Board (IPB), which has already awarded the resort a total of five permits to operate, including one for four days, the Jakarta Post reported.
Blue Harbor Resort will offer its guests a two-night stay in a private resort hotel with a spa and swimming pool.
It will also offer a three-day stay in the same hotel for an additional charge.
Blue Harvest Resort is expected to open in 2019.
Blue Harbor has been under construction since 2016.
Its two-story hotel, a three story hotel and a three room mini-campground will all be fully open for guests in 2019, according to Gekita.
Indians will be able to use the resort for free, and Blue Harvest will offer discounted rates for residents, according the website.
The resort will also have two cabins with private bathrooms, and the resort will offer a water taxi service for the people of the resort.
“Blue Harvest is a place where people can relax, meet people, and socialize in a relaxing atmosphere, which is why we believe it’s the perfect destination for our guests,” Gekitas told the Jakarta Daily Post.
As the name implies, Blue Harbor is situated in a blue lake.
The name comes from the color of the lake, which means the water is blue.
Blue Harbors resort will be the first resort in Indonesia to offer this feature, the Indonesian resort owner said.
This article was written by Bijaya Tukku.
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