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Enjoy Diving at Raja Ampat, Indonesia

Raja Ampat offers astounding jumping and the most attractive view of any plunge goal. This is a definitive outskirts, off the shoreline of Indonesia. This is the place jumpers have tallied 270 fish species on a solitary plunge.

Situated on the northwest tip of Bird’s Head Peninsula on the island of New Guinea, in Indonesia’s West Papua region, Raja Ampat, is an arrangement of 1,500 little islands, cays, and shores encompassing the four fundamental islands of Batanta, Misool, Salawati, Kofiau and Waigeo.

The name Raja Ampat originates from neighborhood legend that tells about a lady who discovers seven eggs. Four of the seven eggs incubate and get to be rulers that possess four of Raja Ampat greatest islands.

Holland attacked this territory and asserted Raja Ampat as a piece of the kingdom of Holland. The principle occupation is angling since the zone is overwhelmed by the ocean. Albeit customary culture stays solid, the prevailing religion is Christian.

If you seek unusual sea life like the elusive wobbegong shark, or looking for Birds of Paradise, then a Dive Adventures Asia offers a broad range of the premier Raja Amp at Liveaboards operating at this time. The selection of the best boats available is designed to accommodate every budget and comfort level while providing the best prices on the internet.

Water temperature: 24 – 29 C. Visibility: 10 – 30 M (seasonal). Year – round diving

Raja Ampat – Raja Ampat is about the scenery and the abundance of fish life. Dives where you are swamped with schools of fish, fish seem to even block out the sun. Drift dives across the most beautiful coral gardens we have seen are in this area.

Taking a live-aboard is the way to dive and enjoy Raja Ampat. The core of Raja Ampat trip is the mix of magnificent scenery with an abundant of reefs to dive. You will enjoy outstanding scenery superior to any you have witnessed before.

Birds of Paradise – A short walk under the shelter of prime rain forest you will see the rare Bird of Paradise a truly mythical bird. This is a must for any visitor. The sounds alone are worth the effort.

Mansuar Area – The reefs of Mansuar are covered with vast amounts of corals covering huge coral formations that in turn are surrounded by thousands of small formations. A great range of dive sites makes this area one of the best dive areas in all of Indonesia. The species, diversity and the schools of fish are incredible.

Waigeo – This area probably has the best macro site in the northern RajaAmpat. A great anchor area in the many small islands that make this area a maze. There is also an interesting pearl farm to show divers the processes that go into farming high-end pearls. Dive sites brilliantly colorful covered walls. There are dive sites here with many kinds’ crustaceans to keep the macro lovers content.

Kawe Area – Kawe Area is on the Equator there are striking islands, some looking like Bonsai trees. Walls surround most of the island, which can be circumnavigated easily on one dive. Some sites here are open to the seas and often experience strong currents.

Wayag Area – A short trek will reveal Wayag Area in all its glory, with great above water views of the lagoons and islands you’ve been diving in. The dive sites are home to great marine life, beautiful reef scenery, some pelagic fish, and great topographical underwater landscapes. Also this is home to a hidden blue lagoon with the only way in being from the ocean.

Wai Island Area – Surrounded by white sand beaches and reefs that is home to plane wrecks and marine life. One plane lays on a reef slope covered in an array of beautiful soft corals, with the slope itself sometimes sporting various interesting critters. With a tropical island backdrop, what more could you ask.