The Indonesian marine park of Raja Ampat, West Papua is a dream diving location for scuba divers from all over the world and the centre of the appropriately named Coral Triangle.  Raja Ampat’s eco-system boasts some 600 hard corals, roughly seventy-five percent of the world’s known species and over 1700 varieties of reef fish. Simply put, Raja Ampat has the richest underwater biodiversity in the world and is on every divers bucket list.

    With the monsoon winds, the best time to dive the majestic waters of the ‘Four Kings’ is October through to April, with endemic species to pelagic vistors Raja Ampat is truly a diver’s heaven. 

    Raja Ampat is at the intersection of the Indian and Pacific Oceans. The Indonesian throughflow, where massive amounts of water pass through the approximate 1600 plus islands of the marine park, creating the currents to feed this incredible bio-diversity.


    Trips in Raja Ampat