Papua & Raja Ampat
are situated at the easternmost point of Indonesia, this pristine archipelago is where the Pacific and Indian oceans meet and is the closest thing you’ll find to raw unspoiled paradise.
Well off the beaten track, is hotspot destination Raja Ampat, where the magic of its underwater world will leave you speechless. Translating to the ‘The Four Kings’, it consists of fifteen hundred tiny islands and four main islands of Waigeo, Batanta, Salawati and Misool, covering 10 million acres of land and sea. Here you’ll find one of the most extraordinary snorkelling and diving destinations on the planet. Cross Wreck, Manta Ridge, Cape Kri, and Manta Sandy to name a few.
Jungle covered islands, white sandy beaches, turquoise coloured waters, sparkling rivers, endless sunshine, extraordinary species below and above ground, friendly welcoming indigenous Melanesian people are some of the things you’ll encounter when you make your way here.
If hiking is your passion, challenge yourself to climb Lorentz National Park, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Its summit, the Puncak Jaya is the highest peak in Southeast Asia, rising 4,884 metres above sea level.
One of the last great frontiers of the world, Papua and Raja Ampat offer a once in a lifetime experience you will never forget.
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