Raja Ampat – What is it famous for?
Raja Ampat is jaw-dropping above and underneath the sea surface. It’s famous for swimming, diving and snorkeling, with crazy marine biodiversity and most magnificent corals. The water is warm and you have high chances of spotting manta rays, sharks, pygmy seahorses, and a vast range of fish. No wonder it’s a Marine Protected Area. Many people say it was their best diving ever — and well worth the effort of getting there.
What else to do in Raja Ampat?
After exploring the underwater kingdom, you can get back on the land and book a bird life/ bird watching excursion. The other option is to… climb the steep rocks of one of the islands to discover (probably) the most beautiful view you’ll ever see. Take a hike up the 340 wooden stairs to look over a majestic bay on Pianynemo Island. We’ve seen photos before visiting and assumed they must have been photoshopped… but no. It’s really that stunning.
Another thing on the list is a visit to Arborek Island. It’s a tiny place with around 200 residents, a school, church, a few homestays and basic stores.The island welcomes tourists with smiling kids and traditional dances. You can also get a tour of the village. It’s a picture-perfect place with no cars, a few colourful boats, and bright yellow and blue fencing — make sure you have your phone on you.
We provide RAJA AMPAT private tour~
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