We are having almost a month vacation in Raja Ampat and we are in love with this destination. Indonesia is one of my favorite country to live and work in the Ocean and we are excited to move to Bali in December! Come take your PADI Instructor Development Course with me and Raja Ampat is just a flight away haha! 😉😆 Raja Ampat is a group of islands on the western tip of Papua in Indonesia, famous for its coral reefs biodiversity and rare species of marine life which can be easily found in an archipelago about the size of Switzerland. There are four major islands ("Raja Ampat" means "Four Kings") that have a population center: Waigeo, Misool, Salawati, and Batanta.
Its location in West Papua, one of the furthest places you can get to in Indonesia, may seem like a hassle to travel to but it's a diver’s mecca that enthusiastic snorkelers and divers should not miss. The location of the islands, most of which are remote from the nearest towns, makes the reef pristine and seemingly untouched. Just off the doorstep of the homestays, you can find an unbelievable variety of marine life.
In the housereef of Warahnus Homestay in Kri island, on top of the countless species of smaller reef fishes, we saw schooling humphead parrot fish, Napoleon wrasse, hawksbill turtle, green turtle, blacktip reef shark, whitetip reef shark, carpet shark and wobbegong shark. We are at Kordiris Homestay in Gam island now and their overwater bungalow is awesome!
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