Treasures Of Atlas Pearls

November 17, 2017

Treasures of Atlas Pearls

Atlas Pearls | Jalan Raya Seminyak No.73, Seminyak Bali |
Ph: +62 361 732 769 |

Atlas Pearls invites you to visit their pearl farms in North Bali and Labuan Bajo, Flores with your friends and loved ones. Take your pick of full tours with some exciting activities including:

  • Treasure Chest – A full jewellery collection presented onboard visiting private yachts in Raja Ampat.
  • Treasure Hunt – An activity available the North Bali and Labuan Bajo farm; here, guests can participate in a thrilling hunt to find a shell in the waters surrounding Atlas Pearl's showrooms.
  • Treasure Pouch – Directly from the Farm Manager’s office, here's your chance to view a pouch containing pearls which have just been harvested, for a first look at the last harvested gems of the sea. Available only in Labuan Bajo and Raja Ampat.
  • Treasure Bag – A selection of jewellery which can be presented on-land to guests who cannot visit the pearl farms.

The North Bali Atlas Pearls Farm is easily accessible during your tour of North Bali. Located near the village of Pemuteran, the farm is where the hatchery is located: from the breeding & birth of the oyster to its seeding, all steps of the creation of a pearl are explained. A boutique awaits you with a large selection of loose pearls, jewellery and gift items to take home.

You can also enjoy a tour of Atlas Pearl's working pearl farm in Labuan Bajo, Flores, where you can explore the magic, experience nature and unlock the mysteries of the South Sea pearl for yourself.

The Treasure Hunt is available with one-day prior booking. For bookings and inquiries, please contact Atlas Pearls at

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