RAJA AMPAT, INDONESIA
“The name Raja Ampat means “Four Kings” and was derived from the four islands: Batanta, Misool, Salawati and Waigeo. Commonly known as a divers’ paradise and marine biologist’s wet dream, what draws people to diving Raja Ampat isnt any one individual species; instead, it’s the sheer abundance of marine life and the lushness of the coral scenery.”
Upcoming Raja Ampat Dive Trips
Dive Raja Ampat! Join the Amazing Crew on our upcoming Raja Ampat dive trips! We will travel with you from Singapore to Raja Ampat and back home to Singapore, making sure your entire dive trip goes smoothly. We’ll personally liaise with all the travel and dive operators to save you the hassle. Should you face any hiccups along the way, the Amazing dive crew is there to fix it and make your dive trip fun and enjoyable.
2015 Raja Ampat Dive Trip Schedule:
- 7 – 14 Nov 2015
- More dates available upon request!
Best time to Dive Raja Ampat
October to April, with best chance of “perfect conditions” from mid-October to mid-December
As far as weather is concerned, any time of year is suitable for diving Raja Ampat. Smaller boats may have trouble with the strong wind and rain from June to August, so if you plan on covering a lot of ocean it would probably be best to pick a different time of year. Most Indonesian liveaboards dive Raja Ampat from October till April, though some boats run trips all year round. During this period, plankton blooms lower visibility, but more manta rays are attracted to the plankton.
Accommodation for Raja Ampat Dive Trips
MV Temukira is a traditional Indonesian wooden Bugis schooner turned into a modernized liveaboard with modern conveniences at an affordable price. Temukira accommodates up to 12 divers comfortably. Accommodation consists of a twin berth cabin on the upper deck and 5 cabins on the lower deck, consisting of 3 doubles and 2 twin bunks. All cabins come with en-suite bathrooms and air conditioning.
- Air-Conditioned lounge for Twelve
- TV & DVD Player
- Camera battery charging stations
- Camera work stations
- Satellite telephone
- Sun deck with awning
- Freshwater shower on dive deck
- Bauer Compressor
- 12 gear up stations, 20 tank cylinders
- European & Indonesian food