Diving Raja Ampat, Indonesia

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Beside diving, tell us about the area: As we are between sea and jungle, best activities are snorkeling and diving. Papua is famous for various species of birds and parrots. Our area is famous for Red bird of Paradise and Wilson's. We are arranging bird watching trips with local guides.
Island hopping is great for non divers, as you can enjoy view for beautiful beaches of Raja Ampat and clear waters of Dampier Strait. You might also try canoeing on traditional local canoe. We are small place with family like atmosphere. In the evening we sit and watch sunset from our jetty and discuss about bread dives we did that day.

Describe types of diving in the area: Diving Raja Ampat is famous for its ditch biodiversity. Coral coverage is stunning at most of the reefs. You might do drift dive, wall dive, night dives, plane wreck dive. We got variety of divesites great for beginners and experienced divers. Snorkeling possible at most of dive sites.

How many dive sites in the area: 30+

Best dive sites: Cape Kri, Blue Magic, Sardine reef and more.

List fish commonly seen in the area: Barracuda, jacks, Surgeonfish, trevally, Napoleon Wrasse, Eagle rays, Devil ray, Bump head Parrotfish, Reef sharks, Wobbegong shark, Mantas, muck diving Pygmy seahorses, cuttlefish, nudibranches. One of greatest biodiversity in the World.

Best time to dive: Year-round. Shallowest dive 8M/26F. Deepest Dive: 35M/115F. Visibility: Perfect. Any Wrecks: Yes, only one. Suit required: Short Wet Suit 3mm.

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