Raja Ampat

Raja Ampat

Raja Ampat, the land of legends and the world’s epicentre of tropical marine biodiversity. This remote archipelago, located in the heart of the Coral Triangle, captivates with its stunning landscapes, vibrant wildlife, and crystal-clear waters. From its towering limestone karst formations to its hidden lagoons, bays, and beaches, Raja Ampat is a true natural wonder. With its staggering marine biodiversity, it has rightfully earned the title of “last paradise on earth.”

The waters surrounding this remote archipelago are home to over 75% of the world’s coral species and an estimated 1,300 fish species. This is a true underwater paradise, where every dive is an adventure, and each new site is teeming with life. But Raja Ampat is not just a destination for scuba divers. Its breath-taking landscapes and diverse wildlife will leave even the most seasoned traveller in awe. Towering limestone formations rise out of the sea, surrounded by secret lagoons and bays. Its white-sand beaches are often the nesting ground for rare turtle species, including the Pacific leatherback, the largest of all living turtle species on Earth.

The region’s mangrove forests are also home to populations of dugong and juvenile fish, and the birdwatching opportunities are unparalleled, with over 350 species of birds, including the iconic Wilson’s bird of paradise and the Red bird of paradise.

Raja Ampat is also a designated Marine Protected Area (MPA) by the Indonesian government, ensuring that its unique ecosystems and wildlife will be preserved for future generations. From its captivating underwater world to its stunning landscapes, every day in Raja Ampat is an opportunity to connect with nature and experience true wilderness. Join us on a journey to this remote corner of the world, and discover why Raja Ampat truly is a last paradise on earth. And let’s not forget about the anchorages. Every anchorage in Raja Ampat is nothing short of stunning.

From peaceful coves to stunning beaches, there is no shortage of stunning places to drop anchor. But, perhaps the crown jewel of Raja Ampat is the island of Wayag. With its breathtaking vistas and pristine waters, Wayag is widely considered to be the most beautiful island in the world. Whether you are looking to soak up the sun, snorkel in crystal-clear waters, or simply relax and take in the view, Wayag is a must-visit during your time in Raja Ampat. With its unparalleled natural beauty and wealth of activities, it’s no wonder why Raja Ampat is a top destination for yachts. Get ready to explore the world’s last paradise on earth!

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