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We were part of a small group of eleven people who booked a 12-day Raja Ampat Kayak and ‘Live Aboard’ tour through Southern Sea Ventures and Expedition Engieering for November 2018. Unfortunately the trip became an immediate and avoidable fiasco in remote Raja Ampat, but...More
Raja Ampat is the Earth's center of marine biodiversity and the incredible scuba diving reflects this. Lots of encounters from pygmy seahorses to huge manta rays. There are strong currents so I would not recommend this area for beginning divers. I have dived RA three...More
Thisnwas the destination i chose for my 38th birthday, where i planned to dive.
We chose a very nice liveaboard - Raja Laut were we spend 10 fantastic days.
Everything was perfect above and beneath de sea.
Hope to come back and discover more.
Located in West Papua , in Mayalibit Bay ,the resort provides all you need for the holiday of a life time.
After long studies on net, we decided to go to Raja Ampat- the dream of any recife lover, initially untouchable for us taking into...More
The diving and diversity of fish coral is just mind blowing- a bucket list must.
We stayed at two home-stays ( Rawe Rawe and Mangrove Bungalows, both were perfect. Very comfortable and we were well feed.
Had a great Mata Ray experience, the snorkeling was...More
Raja Ampat is Epic!
The diving was amazing!
Big things and small things to see. Thousands of fish every dive like you are in a big aquarium. Scenery is beautiful with the sun at all stages like sunrise, midday and sunset.
Loved it soooo much!
There is no doubt that the islands and seas surrounding them are beautiful in so many ways . Mostly uninhabited or with only small communities they are protected by the government and now form the national park.
People say that it’s the best diving in...More
Second visit to Raja Ampat but this time to Piaynemo area only. Good snorkeling spots in yenbuba, beautiful colorful coral reef. If you are into diving Raja Ampat is best diving spots. Beautiful scenery as well.
Simply blow away. The topography, the healthiness of the corals, sponges etc., the profusion of life, the variety of sites, the critters, the reef fish and the pelagics are all stunning. Oceanic and reef mantas, pigmy and 'normal' sea horses, octopuses, pigmy and 'normal' cuttlefish,...More
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I went there also with a liveaboard Manta Mae, it was amazing, the ship and the crew. We were nights sailing and during the day diving or doing other activities. The best one for landscape was Waiag, also Mioskon and... More
I went there also with a liveaboard Manta Mae, it was amazing, the ship and the crew. We were nights sailing and during the day diving or doing other activities. The best one for landscape was Waiag, also Mioskon and Pianemo. Arborek Island is nice, they have over there many european young volunteers for protecting the Mantas. I can tell you the spots I’ve dived reading from my log book: Mioskon, Yeben Chanel, Yeben Besar, Waiag Rocks, Mellissa and another place with many Mantas. The marine life is diverse, in Yeben Chanel were huge amounts of fish, many bumphead Parrotfish, in Mioskon I’ ve seen sharks, the worse dive was in Yeben Besar. The other spots I didnt write down.
Raja Ampar was great but the most amazing diving I ‘ve done in Palau, Micronesia.
I hope I’ve helped a little.
we went in April. We did strike 1 storm where it was really rough, but ran from it, and were in sheltered waters after about 4 hours. There are so many islands, the boat can tuck behind to be out of the weather. Except for... More
we went in April. We did strike 1 storm where it was really rough, but ran from it, and were in sheltered waters after about 4 hours. There are so many islands, the boat can tuck behind to be out of the weather. Except for the storm, we didn't really have any rough seas.