Raja Ampat is a kayaker's dream destination. These Islands have seen very little change or development. The label “species factory” by marine biologists has promoted conservation and protection throughout this area, allowing us to experience a place on earth that is truly pristine. Paddle through thriving mangrove forests, while keeping a watch for dugongs feeding on the lush sea grass. Hike to the top of a limestone bluff and look out over mushroom islands, cones, caves, white sand beaches, fissures and ridges that have all been eroded over time by wind and ocean currents.
Being touted as the earths richest Seascape, there will be plenty of time to snorkel and experience this seascape. White sand beaches give way to rich coral which is home to 41 unique species of reef fish found no where else on earth. Watch reef sharks, giant manta rays, pygmy sea horses and 1200 species of fish swimming through soft and hard coral.