Raja Ampat

Tour Raja Ampat

Indonesia
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Sutirta Budiman
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Indonesia

Raja Ampat is a remote island region in Indonesia. It's one of the best diving destinations in the world, but it can be difficult to get there.

The name, Raja Ampat (which translates as "Four Kings"), comes from the four main islands which are located in the center of Raja Ampat - Waigeo , Misool , Salawati and Batanta . These four islands are also known as the true kings of all sea creatures because they have one of the richest marine biodiversity on Earth. Although there are over 15,000 islands in Indonesia, only 1% have been explored by humans - that means there are still thousands of undiscovered treasures waiting for you!

The perfect blue waters offer some amazing scuba diving experiences where divers can enjoy sightings of rare and endangered species, such as dugongs and sea turtles. The diversity of Raja Ampat is what makes it a real bucket list destination!

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There are only 50,000 inhabitants.

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Raja Ampat Islands is the largest marine park in Indonesia.

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Over 600 unique hard corals and over 1,300 species of unique marine fishes have been discovered in the waters of Raja Ampat.

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