Wayag Islands Raja Ampat
Limestone islands in Wayag (Raja Ampat, Indonesia) are not only amazing to view but also to dive into. The islands are uninhabited, and far from the closest mainland, Waigeo Island.
My travel and scuba diving story in the Wayag Islands was published as Wayag Islands, the Icon of Raja Ampat. Raja Ampat is one of amazing diving destinations I have been experienced. Truly recommended for avid scuba divers!
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this is surreal!!
Wow such nice picture of Raja Ampat !
This area is also our passion, we actually builiding a classic Phinisi boat to cruise Raja Ampat islands for diving snorkeling and many more activity 🙂
Love this place, love the papua population, cannot wait to go there again with our Boat ….
Thanks for this article.
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Such a picturesque place this is. I am sure the divers would have one heck of an experience!
I wish to go there someday
Well, you know how much I’m crazy to go there! One day, one day 😀
This place is amazing!
I became your fan the moment I saw your blog posts about different sea animals and boy I want to read them all… THanks so much for sharing such beautiful world with us 🙂
Gladly to share the beauty of our ocean with you 😊
just found this!! I want to go there. No airport, I guess?
No, only on the mainland – Papua Island (in Sorong).You have to go there by boat, it’s amazing place. We stayed there for couple nights on the boat – unforgettable! Here more info about Raja Ampat – https://indahs.com/2014/07/31/raja-ampat-itinerary/
Looks cool…need to plan on a trip like that…