Raja Ampat, a diver’s paradise

World famous for its coral life, this is most probably simply the best place for coral diving.

The year-round diving here is all about amazing variety and exotic surroundings. The current gives excellent average visibility.

They are also home to many unusual species, for example the wobbegong shark, the walking shark as well as some household names: mantas, reef-sharks, turtles, eagle rays, napoleon wrasse, even barracuda and jackfish in big schools!

The majority of sites are conveniently accessed within one hour from the resort and yet Raja Ampat’s remote location means that the sites are never crowded with other divers.

Dive with Dive Into Raja Ampat: we approach the world famous underwater mountains and walls of Dampier Strait and we jump into one of the healthiest diving destination of the world.

And just 40 minutes by boat you can dive Cape Kri: it is here where Dr. G. Allen recorded the world record of 374 different species of reef fish during 1 dive, making this the richest dive site in the world.