RAJA AMPAT TOURS
Raja Ampat is a very wide archipelago located on the edge of the world. Belonging to the West Papua province of Indonesia, the Raja Ampat archipelago is hard to reach and all the official figures about it can only be estimation. Raja Ampat consists in around 1 500 islands spread on around 46 000 km2 with around 47 000 inhabitants only. You enter a world of clear blue water punctuated with karstic islands, villages on stilts and where Time is only about sunrise and sunset. Whether you are diving or snorkeling, you enjoy the best dives of your life with a rich underwater life. Colorful corals but also glittering ones, turtles, black-tip sharks, thousands of fishes, rays but also dugong or whales. Raja Ampat is The paradise for the under marine life lovers. Either on a cruise, from a dive center or staying in a little bungalow on stilt, discovering Raja Ampat is possible in many ways. A trip to Raja Ampat is an unbelievable experience that can easily be combined with a trip to Papua, Flores or Maluku.
6 DAYS/ 5 NIGHTS
Stay in a charming local guesthouse built on stilts in the middle of an idyllic bay in Raja Ampat. It's a Robinson Crusoe feeling at the end of the world.
7 DAYS/ 6 NIGHTS
Between land & sea, you discover the beauty of Raja Ampat during snorkeling adventures & hikes. You stay in a small charming hotel on a deserted island.
13 DAYS/ 12 NIGHTS
Explore the remote Baliem Valley, territory of the Dani tribes, and the amazing Raja Ampat archipelago also called the last paradise on Earth.
8 DAYS/ 7 NIGHTS
You sail through central & north Raja Ampat during this snorkeling cruise. Discover stunning marine life, secret lagoons, hidden bays, idyllic beaches.
12 DAYS/ 11 NIGHTS
Mainly sailing the same route as the 8-day cruise, you also reach the wild & scenic Wayag Islands far north, with its karst peaks floating in turquoise water.
RAJA AMPAT MAP
A trip to Raja Ampat is a real adventure. First, you must be ready for a long journey to reach the Last paradise on Earth. The city of Sorong is the port of entrance of Raja Ampat. You can fly there directly from Bali or Jakarta. But most of the flights usually have a stopover in Makassar in Sulawesi. Once in Sorong you transit to its harbour to take the ferry going to Waisai on Waigeo island. From here, you either depart for your cruise in Raja Ampat or you get a pickup by boat from your on-land accommodation. Most of the guesthouses and dive centers are located on the islands of Kri, Gam, Fam or Waigeo. Those islands offer amazing diving and snorkeling excursions with turtles, parrotfishes, lion fishes, sharks, rays, tasselled wobbegong in a decor of colorful corals. From there, you can also easily reach Piaynemo panorama and have the chance to see the famous bird of paradise during a short jungle trek. Going for a cruise in Raja Ampat allows you to reach further remote islands with isolated villages and an under marine life to discover just for yourself.