Facts & Information
Raja Ampat is an archipelago made up of over a thousand islands and an epicentre of global marine biodiversity. Located off New Guinea's North-West, it stretches over an area of 40,000 km2. Raja Ampat's characteristic lagoons and karst-islands make for a postcard-perfect scenery, while underwater life explodes in an endless variety of shapes and colours.
Living with the tides
Tidal currents are Raja Ampat's lifeline. Twice a day the rising tide floods the archipelago with plenty of nutrients, which are the foundation for the archipelago's extraordinary amount of marine life.
Living on the islands
Raja Ampat's people are well known for their relaxed attitude. Things happen in their own pace here. When visiting, leave your worries behind — embrace and enjoy the laid-back way of life.
For Raja Ampat Travellers
Our Custom Tours
Ready to explore Raja Ampat's fascinating islands? Are you looking for unique and encounters on remote tropical islands, pristine reefs and magical forests? You are at the right place.