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Raja Ampat Liveaboard 2018
9 Night Raja Ampat Liveaboard 2018 plus 2 Nights Hotel in Sorong 1 Night before and 1 Night after the sailing including flights from Heathrow from £3699.00 per person
09 – 22 January 2018 Mermaid I
03 – 12 December 2018 Mermaid I
13 – 22 December 2018 Mermaid I
07 Night Raja Ampat Liveaboard 2018 plus 2 Nights Hotel in Sorong 1 Night before and 1 Night after the sailing including flights from Heathrow from £3599.00 per person
20 – 28 March Mermaid II
16 – 24 April 2018 Mermaid II
13 – 21 December 2018 Mermaid II
22 – 30 December 2018 Mermaid II
Dive Indonesia’s best dive sites, with Mermaid Liveaboards I and II. Whatever trip you choose, be prepared for some of the best scuba diving Indonesia has to offer!
Raja Ampat has been for one of the last frontiers of unspoilt diving. The archipelago’s pristine reefs are not just rich but the region proves to have the greatest coral reef biodiversity for its size in the world. The Bird’s Head Seascape holds: 2,500 islands and reefs, 1,320 fish species, 550 coral species and all that is yet to be discovered.
Raja Ampat is the seascape’s crown jewel. Fittingly, the name means “four kings.” The four main islands or “Kings” of the archipelago: Waigeo in the north, Salawati west of Sorong, Batanta north of Salawati, and Misool in the south.
Visit Waigeo and dive the famous Dampier Strait, some of Raja Ampat´s most action-packed dive sites. Exhilarating current dives and reliable manta cleaning stations where you can experience these majestic giant pelagics dance for hours along with many other treasures such as the tasseled wobbegong shark.
Dive the beautiful and unique mangrove areas of Yanggefo and Gam islands where the tips of healthy acropora corals contrast with the lush green of the mangroves making excellent split images, while just beneath the surface schools of archerfish hunt among the forest of mangrove roots. . Batanta Island, known for its excellent muck diving and amazing variety of nudibranchs including the endemic Thecacera sp. Black sand slopes full of wonderful critters and frequent sittings of the rare mimic octopus. Misool area in southern Raja Ampat is a must for those who enjoy radiant coloured soft corals. There are stunning walls, pinnacles and reefs with masses of huge gorgonian fans and sea fans hosting an array of the famous pygmy seahorses. The vast area and variety of dive sites makes it ideal location to be discovered via liveaboard.
Call Crusader Travel today on 020 87440474 to book this amazing offer to Raja Ampat 2018 and for further information.