Cenderawasih Bay is a the largest marine national park in Indonesia, stretching from Wondama Bay to Nabire Regency of West Papua. The entire area is unspoiled and basically uninhabited. The diving is unique and diverse, and known for its resident whale shark population.
More than any other phenomena, the experience of up close and personal encounters with the resident whale sharks is one of the most incredible underwater experiences you can have.
Start with wreck dive in the most fully-intact WW2 shipwrecks in Manokwari. Sail inside the bay with several small islands, beautiful coral gardens, diverse corals & small fish, surrounding atolls and rich drop-offs covered in black coral, sponges, and sea fans. In between dives, explore the lush forest land and meet the local community, enjoy nature, taste Indonesian delicacies and.. how about hot spring at the beach?