RAJA AMPAT : UNDERWATER PARADISE ON EARTH
Having topped the World’s Best Diving Destination 2017 by UK based Dive Magazine, Raja Ampat has three-quarters of the world’s coral varieties, 10 times that of the Caribbean! Raja Ampat definitely offers the some of the world’s ultimate experience for underwater enthusiasts. Covering 9.8 million acres of land and sea, home to 540 types of corals, more than 1,000 types of coral fish and 700 types of mollusks, this makes Raja Ampat the most diverse living library for world's coral reef and underwater biota. The rich undersea life in Raja Ampat waters has made it one of the most interesting diving destinations for scuba enthusiasts in the world. Yes, diver’s dream come true!
As well as diving and snorkelling, Raja Ampat offer lots of other unique and fascinating experiences. Raja Ampat is a haven for nature lovers, with astonishing landscapes, spectacular cliffs and rock formations. One of the best to see Raja Ampat landscapes it is in Pianemo & Wayag. Pianemo & Wayag Island is a bit more dazzling than everything else. To truly appreciate its beauty, you need to climb up to a vantage point where you can get an amazing view. With breathtaking views at every turn, you will find pristine beaches and the iconic karst islands scattered beautifully across the crystal blue ocean. And here are another best places and activities you should try when you visit in Raja Ampat : Swim with thousands of stingless jellyfish in Lenmakana Lake and see the mysterious underwater cave in “Goa Keramat” in Missol Island; Discover pre-historic hand-paintings in Pef Island; Up-close and personal with the island locals in Arborek Village; Enjoy desert in the middle of the ocean in Mansuar Island; Bird watching in Sawinggrai Village; Snorkel with turtles, manta rays, and colorful fish, and many more you can find in Raja Ampat. We welcome you to an untouched jewel of Indonesia!