Underwater Photography – Raja Ampat Islands

Posted on 13 April 2017

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If you thought that the landscapes of Indonesia were spectacular, you’ll be awestruck when you visit the underwater habitats that make Raja Ampat the underwater paradise of the earth.

Raja Ampat is an archipelago consisting of over 10,000 islands. The Islands stretch over a total of 50,000 square kilometers. The islands offer a wide variety of landscapes that draw thousands of tourists every year. (more…)

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Raja Ampat Dive Tags

Posted on 23 March 2017

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Most travelers are now seeking unique destinations where they can fully unwind away from the crowds. One such destination is Raja Ampat in Indonesia. This is not only divers’ Mecca but nature lovers are also lured here by the extensive marine ecosystem which is home to the largest fish, mollusks and corals in the world. It is classified as the ultimate marine region with more marine species than any other place in the world. (more…)

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Scuba Diving conditions in Raja Ampat

Posted on 16 March 2017

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If you are a diving enthusiast, it is highly likely that you have been to Indonesia. If not, then this must be on your must-visit diving destinations. Of the hundreds of diving locations in the country, Raja Ampat holds a prominent position because it has been classified as the most bio-diverse marine region in the world. It features more fish, mollusk and coral than any other place on the planet. (more…)

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Dive Sites in Raja Ampat

Posted on 02 March 2017

Raja Ampat papua paradise

Among the most prominent diving destinations in Indonesia is Raja Ampat or Four Kings. The archipelago located in West Papua province boasts over 1,500 islands and is part of the famous Coral Triangle which is renowned for its diverse range of species. (more…)

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Diving with the West Papua Whale Sharks

Posted on 02 February 2017

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Cenderawasih Bay is located in West Papua and New Guinea. The name Teluk Cenderawasih translates to Bird of Paradise. The western part of this bay was declared to be a marine national park in 2002. The islands that can be found in the bay include Meos Waar, Meos Angra, Auri Islands, Roon Island and Rumberpon. There are four rivers that empty into this bay, namely: Wapoga River, Warenai River, Tabai River and Wamma River. This marine park is eighty square kilometers in size and it is the largest one to be found in Southeast Asia.

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