Raja Ampat is a super sought after area of Papua, particularly for avid scuba divers and leisure-seekers.
If you are interested in expanding your ecological understanding, this area is unparalleled with 7 established Marine Protected Areas (MPAs).
Located within the nutrient rich, biodiverse intersection of the Indian and Pacific Oceans, Raja Ampat has been described as ‘a species factory for the world’.
The Raja Ampat Archipelago, is in the World Coral Triangle, at the northwest corner of Indonesia’s West Papua province. It encompasses 40,000 km² of land and sea and more than 1,500 islands, surrounding the main islands of Misool, Salawati, Batanta and Waigeo.
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