Raja ampat last paradise
Help to protect the raja ampat
The importance of National park fees it’s to keep the place as a paradise condition.
Money its going towards to the local rangers who make sure that there isn't legal fishing around the marine park, legal logging and do check ups in the homestay to make sure that everyone has the national park card.
Money is also used for people working in National park office and different environmental programs to support the Manta rays and local awareness of the waste management.
We as a dive centre want to rase the awareness of the work what is done over here by marine park and its mandatory to have the marine park card to be able to visit and dive the islands around Raja Ampat.
Raja Ampat it’s a marine national park within 2179 islands, 141 villages and accommodate almost 70 000 people in Raja Ampat region. Raja Ampat marine park area covers more than 8,034 km²
HOw to apply marine card
Here is how to apply the national park card in Raja Ampat
Nana +62 852-4302-2825
Yoan +62 821-9845-0540
Olivia +62 812-7274-1714
you can sent picture of your passport and we will apply and pay the marine card for you.
When you reach Wasai you can go and collect this in the National Park office.
We will add the fees into your invoice and you will pay your bill end of your stay.
Marine Park Entry Price:
International Visitors: IDR 700,000
Indonesian citizens: IDR 425,000
Children under 12yrs do not require a permit
All permits are valid from 12months of date of purchase
Entering the Marine Park without this card is in breach of Regulations, and can be penalized with expulsion from the Marine Park.
Paying the marine park fees you will support the Raja Ampat to keep its unique paradise stage like it is.
More info here