Indonesia – Raja Ampat Archipelago – Dive Sites
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|Visibility: 10 - 20 meter|
|Depth: 16 -25+ meter|
|Snorkel Condition: not suitable|
Cape Kri's healthy coral reef is a great dive site with a mixture of hard and table corals. Butterfly fish, Cardinal fish, Grouper and Damselfish, Batfish, Wrasse, Parrotfish, Surgeon fish, Trigger, Boxfish, Pufferfish and Porcupine are found here. Along the bottom you will be able to find Gobies, Moray Eels and Leaf Fish. Scorpion and Flathead fish as well as Octopus, Shrimps and Crabs make this home too here in Raja Ampat in Indonesia. Around the reef you can find Jack Fish, Trevallies and Sweetlips, Snappers, Fusiliers and Barracuda. Even Wobbegong and Pontohi Pigmy and of course sharks. This is one of the favorite dive sites in Raja Ampat.
|Visibility: 10 - 25 meter|
|Depth: 10 - 30+ meter|
|Snorkel Condition: very good|
The dive site Eagle Rock is an overhang at around 20 meters depth. Bommie's covered between 40 - 80 % with a lot of soft corals and a huge selection of marine life such as Butterfly, Cardinal and Angelfish, Grouper, Damselfish, Batfish and Wrasse, Parrot and Surgeon fish, Snappers and Sweetlips.
Because the currents are moderate to swift then, the best time here is in the morning or afternoon. Apart from Manta Rays, the dive site is also home to many colorful fish and corals. Because of the crystal clear water, they even appear plainly from the boat. The next attraction is Mansuar Island. Along the way to Manta Point, you are able to see the island with its lush vegetation and white sandy beach. Once they reach the dive site, some signs of Manta presence are already noticeable from the surface.
|Visibility: 10 - 12 meter|
|Depth: 10- 15 meter|
|Snorkel Condition: suitable|
Bird Wall on the south side of Waigeo Island in the Raja Ampat Archipelago - Indonesia is a gentle slope and ends at around 30 meters. Small bommies and rocky areas all along the slope are home for an astonishing number of marine creatures and Cuttlefish can be found here. Don't lose track of depth and time, because there is simply so much to keep you occupied. Indian lionfish resting and waiting for the next catch in are hiding from curious divers on this dive site.
The dive starts with a jump on the north side of the island. The reef drops down to a depth of 25-30 meters and the visibility is still very good. 2 colors stand out on this dive site in the Raja Ampat Archipelago - Indonesia: purple and orange, because the bommies all around the slope are completely covered in soft corals. Schools of glass fish chased by Yellow Fin Fusiliers and Trevallies are present. Watch out for Lionfish and Scorpionfish, because they like to rest on table or brain corals. Also look out for Octopus and Banded Sea Snakes, which also enjoy the rich and diverse habitat of this dive site in the Raja Ampat Archipelago.
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