Raja Ampat is home to the most biodiverse coral reef in the world, and the abundance and variety of its marine life is truly astounding. There are 600 species of coral, 1700 species of reef fish and 17 species of dolphins and whales. Manta season is from late November through March, though diving is exceptional year-round.
Raja Ampat offers once-in-a-lifetime diving experiences for everyone to enjoy. There are relaxed diving conditions as well as strong current diving perfect for divers who like a little adventure. Our experienced guides are knowledgeable about the tides and currents in the area, which is key in planning the diving schedule and providing an optimal experience for you during every dive. Explore more than 30 dive sites nearby our location on Kri Island.
Are you yearning to see a specific species of reef fish? They're here.
Do you love macro life like colorful nudibranchs, shrimps and crabs? Grab your camera and book your flight now. Shark lovers, don't hesitate; in addition to the endemic species called the Walking Shark (Epaulette Shark), you'll find rare species of Wobbegong Shark and Blacktip, Whitetip and Gray Reef sharks are plentiful in Raja Ampat's waters. Manta lovers will swoon after seeing a massive 7-meter Oceanic Manta at Blue Magic. If you're lucky you'll spot the 3-meter long Dugong—a close relative to the Manatee and commonly called "sea cow".
Raja Ampat's flora + Fauna
Traveling through Raja Ampat is like traveling back in time. Few tourists make the journey to its remote and untouched wilderness, which is why its referred to as "The Last Paradise." Raja Ampat is a haven for divers and snorkelers. However, it's as beautiful on land as it is underwater and home to rare species of wildlife.
Stunning whitesand beaches, limestone cliffs and dense jungles make up the many islands of Raja Ampat. Sit in the shade of palm trees while listening to waves and bird sounds. Look out at across the turquoise sea and admire the mountainous landscape of neighboring islands.
Visit the famous Piaynemo viewpoint to see a unique cluster of small islands. Cruise through mangrove forests to reach an impressive waterfall. Go on a hike to observe the birds-of-paradise or swim in a jelly fish lake. Wherever you are, keep an eye out for the nocturnal Cuscus living in the trees and the collection of hawks and seabirds flying overhead.
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