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Raja Ampat Islands

Sorong, Indonesia, Sorong, Indonesia
+62 822-9922-5007
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Waow 5 star service or not !

I was on a recent trip on Waow 5 Star liveaboard. The boat is made to a very high standerd very... read more

Reviewed 2 days ago
London, United Kingdom

Raja Ampat Islands are awesome. Cristal clear water, very kindly local people. If you are looking... read more

Reviewed 2 days ago
London, United Kingdom
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“Diving Raja Ampat Aggressor”
Sorong, Indonesia, Sorong, Indonesia
+62 822-9922-5007
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Reviewed 2 days ago

I was on a recent trip on Waow 5 Star liveaboard. The boat is made to a very high standerd very comfortable. The boat itself is 5 star I cannot say anything concerning that. The staff on the other hand are not of a 5...More

Thank diverjohn58
Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

Raja Ampat Islands are awesome. Cristal clear water, very kindly local people. If you are looking for best diving or snorkeling spot in Indonesia you should go there. Definitely will come back here soon.

Thank Salunioo
Reviewed 1 week ago

I spent one week on the Raja Ampat Aggressor in March. It was superb service, wonderful crew and great diving.

Thank aquaticsoulphoto2016
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

This place is heaven on earth and under water. My favorite location on this planet so far, people are also very helpful and nice. It is a well preserved and very clean place.

Thank Florian P
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

Shark, Whale, Turtles, Dolphins and Manta will be your friend when you spend your weekend in Raja Ampat. Its do expensive but its worthed, 3 hours by small boat from Sorong Papua Barat. It need small boat to move from one point to the next...More

Thank Mahdi S
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

Spent 10 days on the Blue Manta liveaboard from Sorong to Ambon. Diving was fantastic, highlight was mantas at the Magic Mountain dive site South Misool but all dives were great, always something interesting to see. Highly recommend the Blue Manta, first class service throughout,...More

1  Thank Ian T
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

Raja Ampat is a bucket list dive trip, not easy to get to but well worth the trip. We dove on the Blue Manta live aboard which was an awesome platform for exploring the beautiful corals and abundant large pelagic wild life

1  Thank mwhooley7276
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

Raja Ampat is a bunch of islands in Papua area, east Indonesia. You can find the beeathtaking landscape (wayag, piaynemo), mesmerizing beaches, warmly cultural village and of course the wonderful underwater. Be prepared to spend so much time in here, to explore every inch of...More

1  Thank vidia k
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

We stayed on The Raja Ampat Islands many times. Our last stay was at The Paradise Eco Diving Resort this February 2017. This time we invited our children , because we wanted them to witness the most beautiful place on earth. Up and under the...More

Thank joannesd860
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Located at the base of the Coral Triangle, wedged between the Wallace and Lydekker Line, precariously percehd in a region of tectonic cataclysm and its survival clouded by geologic uncertainties. This is Raja Ampat in West Papua, Indonesia. Experiencing this place is the equivalent to...More

3  Thank OWSI
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Eve R
Hi, I will be flying to waisai and I haven't found a dive center who only offers dives, instead of diving plus accommodation. I already bought the flight because a dive center told me that they were operating, but now they canceled everything and I need to find another dive center in waisai. I travel solo. All help is greatly appreciated.
17 April 2017|
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Response from Siddharth J | Reviewed this property |
Try Arborek dive shop. You can stay at one of the homestays on their tiny island. Great dive sites are minutes away from the island. The equipment is extremely well maintained. Get in touch with Githa on whatsapp +62 813... More
Hi We are group of 10 divers, with two small kids (2 and 3 years). Is it safe to travel to Rajaampat with small kids? IF yes where we should stay(Homestay or resorts). Thanks
10 April 2017|
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Response from FussyLiz | Reviewed this property |
There is a land based resort on an island that is owned and operated by a Seventh Day Adventist? I understand that there is a rain forest behind the resort. The house reef is wonderful and there are lots of dive sites... More
Greeting everyone, I'm looking for land-based diving options, rather than doing a live aboard. Don't need a fancy dive resort and a really nice Home Stay where there is a dive shop nearby or has their own would be great. But also want to know which islands/locations are close to the best diving sites. I'd appreciate any opinions from any of you folks who have been there. Thanks, Paul
24 March 2017|
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Response from Tajna t | Reviewed this property |
The best option is to stay on Kri Island, there you have Yenkoranu homestay that has a dive shop. You can stay there or the neighbouring Koranu Fyak or Mambetron. Read stayrajaampat dotcomm there you have all the... More