Raja Ampat is one of the best tourist destinations in the world and a dream destination for many people today. There are many interesting tourist objects that you can visit, including Kabui Bay, Hidden Bay, Piaynemo, Wayag, and many more. You can immediately enjoy the beautiful scenery in the place from the boat or by climbing the karst rocks. Raja Ampat even more special is not only has beautiful views above sea level but also amazing underwater scenery that can hypnotize many people. Dive deep are the perfect ways to enjoy the underwater scenery of Raja Ampat.
Dive Deep Raja Ampat
In general, you must first have a certificate to dive. Discovery Scuba Diving, on the other hand, is a style of diving that does not require certification (DSD). DSD provides an opportunity for people to try the diving experience before deciding to take training or a diving certificate. In doing DSD, you will be accompanied by a diving instructor.
On land or under the sea, Raja Ampat is home to unique and amazing creatures. Biodiversity is protected in the four Island reserves and 27 species of mammals including bandicoots, opossums, bats, and tree kangaroos. One of the most popular residents in the area is the very cute cuscus. This furry nocturnal marsupial can be seen in the forest canopy at dusk. Despite their shy nature, they may try and steal bananas from your dinner table!
For non-divers, snorkeling in Raja Ampat is almost as spectacular as diving. Offshore, the shallow waters and excellent visibility of Papua Diving’s home reef provide a window into the underwater world. Stingrays, reef sharks, turtles, and schools of parrotfish and batfish can easily be observed from the surface, and for the more adventurous guest. Night snorkeling reveals even more interesting reef dwellers. A trip to Kri certainly won’t be complete with an encounter with manta rays. Snorkeling with this large and graceful filter feeder is a great experience, and some of the best sites are just a boat ride from the resort. Mantas are best seen foraging in the King’s nutrient-rich waters from November to April.
You might think you’ve seen it all underwater, but have you ever experienced fluo-diving? Using special lights and mask filters, divers can explore the magical world of coral reefs hidden at night. Corals and many other marine species emit a fluorescent color that can only be seen with special equipment. Creatures that would normally appear dull or pale in color will glow in the dark, taking on a whole new dimension on a fluo night dive. The Kri reef is one of the best spots in the world to try fluo-diving, because to the Raja waters’ extraordinary diversity; night dives will never be the same!