After a week living aboard a boat touring Raja Ampat, we challenge you to take us to a more spectacular natural 'wow'. It’s certainly the most spectacular when it comes to the bizarre magnificence of the limestone karst islands, and on the marine bio front, well, science deemed Raja Ampat the winner years ago.
Without roads or ferries, the only way to see Asia’s great natural wonder is by boat.
Nearly all the boats cruising Raja Ampat are for divers, and cost around 260 to 360 Euros per night, and their itineraries are all about the underwater landscape. The choice we offer is a much bigger experience than just diving, as the real ‘wow’ of Raja Ampat is where the reef meets the rainforest. This means beaches, karst cruising, villages, snorkelling, kayaking, beach dinner parties, and a ‘see it all’ agenda.