Sailing is an adventure as well as a unique and memorable vacation. Papua Raja Ampat is one of the popular tourist destinations worldwide and it is mandatory for you to sail while enjoying the spectacular scenery.
Raja Ampat cruise with a variety of traditional phinisi options brings five-star hotel facilities on board. Diving liveaboard is one of the destinations for domestic and foreign divers because of the spectacular underwater popularity of the Raja Ampat region.
Raja Ampat Luxury Cruise, The Best Adventure For Diving Lovers
Raja Ampat is rich in marine life and makes this tour a paradise for divers. This area offers an extraordinary number of dive spots. Each dive spot presents a different unique view. Hence, diving lovers never get bored coming and visit Raja Ampat. Raja Ampat cruise takes 4-5 days or even more than 5 days to explore every corner of the dive spot.
Raja Ampat Diving Spots that you must visit
Offers underwater charm with the wrecks of Japanese naval boats sunk during World War II. You only need to dive to a depth of 18 meters to see the wreck that is still intact. Uniquely, the shipwreck has become a home for marine life such as lionfish, leaf fish, mantis shrimp, and octopus. The best wakes do Raja Ampat Diving at Cross Wreck from March to November.
This diving spot, as the name implies, has magic because it is able to amaze divers with its underwater beauty. Diving in this diving spot will bring you to see barracuda, red snappers, surgeonfish, and tuna. The view of the coral reefs at Blue Magic is also an attraction that divers cannot refuse.
Divers can see the beauty of Blue Magic at a depth of 30 meters. Blue magic has a fairly strong current and requires high diving skills and experience. For your information Blue Magic is not the right dive spot for beginner divers.
This Raja Ampat diving spot should be included in your dive list. Diving and seeing Manta Rays is a must for diving at Manta Sandy. To be able to see manta rays, divers must dive at a depth of 18 meters. The depth of this Raja Ampat diving spot is less than 20 meters deep with a level of difficulty that is not too difficult. Manta Sandy can be a perfect dive spot for beginner divers.