Did you know sea turtles are one of the world’s oldest species? Scientific evidence shows they are at least 100 million years old and the nearest turtle ancestors are up to 112 million years old. Raja Ampat is an incredible place to see at least four of the world’s seven turtle species. Read on to learn more about where, when and how to see sea turtles in Raja Ampat. (more…)
The Indonesian archipelago is made up of over 17,000 islands making it an absolute paradise for divers. But how do you choose from the thousands of dive sites that stretch from Sumatra all the way to West Papua? We’re going to help out by listing our top 10 dive spots in Indonesia…in no particular order. (more…)
Indonesia is well known for its outstanding diving, and nowhere more so than Raja Ampat. This 15,000 square mile area of diving heaven encompasses 1,500 islands off of West Papua. With reefs teeming with over 1,500 species of coral and 500 species of fish, this is an absolute goldmine for underwater photographers. Read on for our quick underwater photography guide to Raja Ampat. (more…)
Raja Ampat is famous for its rich marine biodiversity where 75% of the world’s marine species have been found. There are many species that divers hope to spot while diving in Raja Ampat, but rays are some of the most sought after.
Diving with rays is a majestic feeling. The way they glide through the water with grace and precision is like nothing you’ve ever seen before. Their size is also incredible and can make you feel totally awestruck. (more…)