What you will do
Raja Ampat Itinerary
Sial aboard the beautiful Emperor Harmoni through the Gam, Penemu, Arborek, Cape Kri,Daram, Wayilbatan, Fiabacet and Pele Islands
Raja Ampat National Park
It’s unique biodiversity makes the Raja Ampat National Park one of the world’s top 5 diving destinations
Majestic manta rays can be seen swimming elegantly in these warm, crystal-clear waters all year round
Corals, sharks, dolphins, turtles, groupers, octopuses, tunas, nudibranchs and hundreds of other amazing sea creatures can be found in these reefs
These waters are inhabited by amazing tropical fish, including humphead wrasses, pipefish, round spadefish, surgeonfishes, anglers, red lionfish and fusiliers
Bumping into grey reef sharks, white & blacktip reef sharks, nurse sharks, hammerheads, fox sharks and the Spotted wobbegong (amongst others) is very common
The legendary Mola Mola, or “ocean sunfish”, one of the heaviest known bony fishes in the world, can be spotted in these waters
The dugong, a rare herbivorous marine mammal, can be spotted all year round
Indonesia is known as the critter-kingdom. In fact, these surprisingly colourful fish can be spotted crawling all year round
Temperatures, what to visit,
flora and fauna, how to get there,
culture and cuisine, safety
Emiliano from Rimini, February 17, 2018
The Raja Ampat park is made up of lots of small islands and our itinerary went through a large number of these. We went on something like 20 dives and each one was more beautiful than the next. Loved it!!
Donato from Milano, June 8, 2019
8 beautiful days. I had never seen such beautiful seabeds. Amazing!
Lots of amazing dives
Luciano from Matera, May 7, 2019
Comfortable ship, well tended and with a great crew! The dives were absolutely incredible in some of of the most exotic places on this earth!