Scuba Dive Raja Ampat with DIVEIndia Outbound
As the curtains draws on 2017, we figured it wouldn’t hurt to finish with a bang!
Ladies and gentlemen, we’re proud to announce our maiden trip to Raja Ampat, Indonesia.
Located in the heart of the Coral Triangle, and on every divers wish list due to it’s reputation as having the most biodiverse waters on Earth, this promises to be a week well spent, sailing on a luxurious liveaboard, with crew that takes it’s diving seriously, and is determined to show you the best the area has to offer.
Some highlights :
- More than 1,300 species of coral reef fish
- Five species of rare and endangered sea turtles including the hawksbill sea turtle
- 600 species of hard coral within the Bird’s Head Seascape—75% of the total for the entire world
- 13 marine mammal species including the dugong
- 700 species of mollusk—including 7 giant clam species
- 57 species of mantis shrimp within the Bird’s Head Seascape
11 – 18 December, 2017
8 days and 7 nights.
Advanced open water divers with at least 30 dives.
The Raja Ampat archipelago, part of the Coral Triangle, located at the northwest corner of Indonesia’s West Papua province, encompassing 40,000 km² of land and sea and including a series of more than 1,500 islands which surround the main islands of Misool, Salawati, Batanta and Waigeo.