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RAJA AMPAT

ARCHIPELAGO

A comprehensive guide to visiting one of the most ecologically spectacular regions on the planet.

Terrestrial Natural History

Although many visitors travel to the archipelago solely to view the extraordinary marine diversity, the slopes and shores of the Raja Ampat islands are a wellspring ...

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Underwater Natural History

In recent years, Raja Ampat has established a well-founded reputation as an unparalleled epicentre of marine biodiversity.  The archipelago is home to over...

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Geological History

The islands off the West coast of the sub-continent of New Guinea have a fascinating geological history…

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Cultural History

The islands of Raja Ampat are a melting pot of ethnic influences that date back thousands of years.  The people of the archipelago ...

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MAPS

A collection of interactive maps of the archipelago

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Birding

Home to numerous species of rare Birds of Paradise as well as a wide array of magnificent endemics, Raja Ampat is a birdwatcher’s paradise.

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Dive & Snorkel

In the heart of the Coral Triangle, explore some of the most biologically diverse reefs and seascapes on the planet.

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Land Adventures

Explore a spectacular maze of islands, from densely-shrouded jungle slopes to jagged steep karst cliffs.

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Cultural Tourism

Discover the rich and unique cultural heritage of the Papuan islanders.

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GALLERY

Resorts

From barefoot luxury to pristine simplicity, an overview of local resorts.

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LiveABOARDS

Dive and explore a vast range of the archipelago with one of Raja Ampat’s  myriad operators.

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Homestays

Experience local hospitality and island life at a quaint and rustic guesthouse.

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Yachters

Make the most of your sailing odyssey through Raja Ampat.

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CONSERVATION

Conservation in The Raja Ampat Archipelago

As the archipelago becomes more and more well-known, involvement from the local and international conservation community has increased.  There are many organisations working to ensure the preservation of this unparalleled region, and the well-being of the local residents, and many ways that visitors can support the on-going work.  Check out the links below for more information or to donate.

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