Join WWF on a snorkeling tour of Indonesia's waters.
Observe the workings of an amazing marine ecosystem, including symbiotic relationship between clownfish and anemones.
The average water temperature on this tour is in the low 80s, making for comfortable swims.
In addition to snorkeling, the tour includes optional hikes to scenic overlooks.
A small group size allows all guests to have a personalized experience.
Sail around the Raja Ampat Archipelago and see the world's greatest concertration of marine life.
Travel on a traditional wooden liveaboard handcrafted using locally grown timber.
Discover the more than 1,300 species of fish surrounding the Raja Ampat Archipelago.
REASON TO GO
Scientists have determined that the waters surrounding the Raja Ampat Archipelago in Indonesia’s West Papua province have the world’s greatest concentration of marine life for a region of its size. Imagine: More than 1,500 species of fish. Six of the world’s seven species of sea turtles. At least 500 species of reef-building coral. (The Caribbean, by comparison, has fewer than 70.)
Snorkel on some of the richest and diverse coral reefs on the planet
Explore a variety of pristine marine habitats throughout the Raja Ampat archipelago
Luxury liveaboard accommodations
Evening presentations on marine biology and ecology
Call (888) 993 – 8687to book your spot on this tour.
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WWF in the Coral Triangle WWF are currently monitoring the health of coral reefs in and around Raja Ampat's protected areas, specifically examining how well they are protecting the region's biodiversity. Read more.