Raja Ampat with Nyaman Catamaran
With its turquoise waters, white sandy beaches and colorful corals, the Raja Ampat archipelago is the destination it discovers.
The islands of Raja Ampat – in Indonesian “four kings” – hold 1,400 species of fish and 600 coral species, making them one of the largest biodiversity in the world do. The “four kings” correspond to the Misool Islands, Batanta, Waigeo and Salawati, several hundred islands are located in the main islands, some are inhabited, some are not. Raja Ampat is isolated and offers some of Indonesia’s most primitive reefs and breathtaking scenery.
The places that you can discover on and under water are extremely numerous and astounding with their variety and the abundance of life they harbor. Highlights include: large shoals of fish, manta rays, reef sharks, wobbegong sharks, walking sharks, turtles, Spanish mackerel , Tuna, barracuda, seahorses, slugs galore, ghost infantry, octopus, crabs etc.