The lost paradise

At the eastern end of the Indonesian archipelago, in Raja Ampat, West Papua, we find a secret and fertile world that encompasses a fantastic coral environment virtually untouched. No other place on the planet harbors such marine biodiversity where rare, extravagant and recently discovered creatures are the protagonists of every immersion in this remote region. The stay in the resort, unlike the diving cruise, gives us a relaxed stay in which to dive in the morning, interspersing visits to the different Papuan settlements, making this option an ideal alternative in the case of non-divers companions. We suggest combining it with circuit in the Balliem Valley in Papua, to know one of the most remote areas of the planet. Or also the Toraja area, in Sulawesi, taking advantage of the unavoidable aerial scale to reach Raja Ampat

Itinerario

Day 1: Flight to Jakarta
Overnight on board.

Day 2: Jakarta - Sorong
Connected flight to Sorong, Papua

Day 3: Sorong - Raja Ampat
Upon arrival at the airport, meet and transfer to port to sail to Agusta Island. Arrival and lunch and relax. Include the dinner also.

Day 4: Raja Ampat
2 dives with boat in any of the 60 points accessible from the resort. In the afternoon and evening, optional dive.

Day 5: Raja Ampat
2 daily dives + night dive.

Day 6: Raja Ampat
2 dives daily. Possibility 3 dives.

Day 7: Raja Ampat
2 dives daily. Possibility 3 dives.

Day 8: Raja Ampat
2 dives daily. Possibility 3 dives.

Day 9: Raja Ampat - Sorong
Sail back to Sorong. Depend the time arrival we can lunch in the hotel on Sorong or we'll take a lunch pack. Accomodation.

Day 10: Sorong airport - Jakarta airport
Transfer back to the airport to take the flight of the next destination. Night in Jakarta.

Day 11: Jakarta airport
Connection with international flight.

Day 12: Arrival
Arrival at your home city.

Incluye

Tourist taxes
Domestic flights
Airport and transfer assistance.
Dive master guide.
Pack 10 dives.
Basic travel insurance.

No Incluye

Diving equipment
Expenses caused by delays or air cancellations.
Other aspects not mentioned in the section include.
International flights

Info - Paises

Clima - Estacionalidad

Month
Jan 30ºC 25ºC 29ºC 88% 31% 136ml 13kmh
Feb 30ºC 25ºC 29ºC 88% 32% 145ml 14kmh
Mar 30ºC 25ºC 29ºC 88% 35% 163ml 12kmh
Apr 30ºC 25ºC 29ºC 88% 38% 193ml 11kmh
May 30ºC 25ºC 29ºC 88% 39% 234ml 11kmh
Jun 30ºC 24ºC 29ºC 88% 41% 254ml 14kmh
Jul 29ºC 24ºC 29ºC 88% 40% 243ml 18kmh
Aug 29ºC 24ºC 29ºC 88% 38% 221ml 18kmh
Sep 30ºC 24ºC 29ºC 88% 35% 189ml 15kmh
Oct 30ºC 24ºC 29ºC 88% 32% 166ml 12kmh
Nov 31ºC 24ºC 29ºC 88% 32% 156ml 10kmh
Dec 31ºC 25ºC 29ºC 88% 33% 144ml 11kmh
Month
Jan 30ºC 25ºC 29ºC 88% 31% 136ml 13kmh
Feb 30ºC 25ºC 29ºC 88% 32% 145ml 14kmh
Mar 30ºC 25ºC 29ºC 88% 35% 163ml 12kmh
Apr 30ºC 25ºC 29ºC 88% 38% 193ml 11kmh
May 30ºC 25ºC 29ºC 88% 39% 234ml 11kmh
Jun 30ºC 24ºC 29ºC 88% 41% 254ml 14kmh
Jul 29ºC 24ºC 29ºC 88% 40% 243ml 18kmh
Aug 29ºC 24ºC 29ºC 88% 38% 221ml 18kmh
Sep 30ºC 24ºC 29ºC 88% 35% 189ml 15kmh
Oct 30ºC 24ºC 29ºC 88% 32% 166ml 12kmh
Nov 31ºC 24ºC 29ºC 88% 32% 156ml 10kmh
Dec 31ºC 25ºC 29ºC 88% 33% 144ml 11kmh
Month
Jan 30ºC 25ºC 29ºC 88% 31% 136ml 13kmh
Feb 30ºC 25ºC 29ºC 88% 32% 145ml 14kmh
Mar 30ºC 25ºC 29ºC 88% 35% 163ml 12kmh
Apr 30ºC 25ºC 29ºC 88% 38% 193ml 11kmh
May 30ºC 25ºC 29ºC 88% 39% 234ml 11kmh
Jun 30ºC 24ºC 29ºC 88% 41% 254ml 14kmh
Jul 29ºC 24ºC 29ºC 88% 40% 243ml 18kmh
Aug 29ºC 24ºC 29ºC 88% 38% 221ml 18kmh
Sep 30ºC 24ºC 29ºC 88% 35% 189ml 15kmh
Oct 30ºC 24ºC 29ºC 88% 32% 166ml 12kmh
Nov 31ºC 24ºC 29ºC 88% 32% 156ml 10kmh
Dec 31ºC 25ºC 29ºC 88% 33% 144ml 11kmh

Especies - Estacionalidad

Especies JanJFebFMarMAprAMayMJunJJulJAugASepSOctONovNDecD
Green Turtle
Manta Ray
Olive turtle
Pygmy seahorse
Hawksbill turtle
Loggerhead sea turtle
Leatherback turtle
Bottlenose dolphin
Common Dolphin
White tip shark
Blacktip shark
Ribbontail rays
Devil Ray
Eagle Ray
Coconut crab
Barracuda
Grey shark
Spanish dancer
Mandarin fish
Walking shark
Carpet shark
Barramundi grouper

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