An Overview of Raja Ampat’s Main Islands

Posted on 20 February 2020

An Overview of Raja Ampat’s Main Islands

Raja Ampat may be made up of over 1500 islands but most people will only know about the ‘4 Kings’. This refers to the 4 main islands where the name Raja Ampat, the 4 Kings, comes from. However, on a trip to Raja Ampat you’ll probably see, dive around, and even explore a number of islands in the region. Read on to find out a little more about some of the more interesting islands you can discover on your travels in Raja Ampat. (more…)

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Packing the Essentials for Raja Ampat

Posted on 08 January 2020

Packing the Essentials for Raja Ampat

If you’re heading for Raja Ampat chances are you are an experienced diver. This means you will already know what to pack for a dive trip. However, a trip to Raja Ampat is a little different to most dive trips because of the remote location. You definitely don’t want to over pack but also under packing means going without. Let’s have a look at some of the essentials for Raja Ampat. (more…)

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5 Ways to Make the Most of Your Time in Raja Ampat

Posted on 19 December 2019

Raja Ampat is a very special place that most travelers aspire to visiting at some point in their lives. Many will make it a once-in-a-lifetime trip because of the remote location. So, how can you make the most of a trip of this caliber? We’re letting you in on our 5 ways to make the most of your time in Raja Ampat. (more…)

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Your Raja Ampat Bucketlist

Posted on 19 September 2019

Your Raja Ampat Bucketlist

Raja Ampat is a dream destination for divers, underwater photographers and nature lovers. Above and below the water there are so many incredible things to see it’s a good idea to go with a bucket list. If you’re ready for an epic journey read on for the ultimate Raja Ampat bucket list. (more…)

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How to be Culturally Sensitive in Raja Ampat

Posted on 21 August 2019

How to be Culturally Sensitive in Raja Ampat

Raja Ampat in West Papua is a divers paradise. It is also one of the most remote parts of Indonesia and has retained much of its cultural individuality. In this way it’s sometimes not the same as visiting other more touristy parts of the archipelago. Being culturally sensitive is important wherever you go and Raja Ampat is no exception. Today we’re going to talk about some of the unique traditions of the islands and how to approach them. (more…)

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