Here are 20 Reasons to visit The Islands of Raja Ampat in Indonesia. Raja Ampat is an archipelago of over 1000 islands. It is located in the north-west of Indonesia’s West Papua province at the tip of Bird’s Head Peninsula. It is remote, yet achievable from Jakarta. It is a pristine environment and is one of the worlds largest eco-marine parks.
Because the Islands of Raja Ampat in Indonesia are off the beaten path, it has managed to retain its unique charms. It is one of the most beautiful places that we have ever visited. This is just a visual taster of what you will see everywhere throughout the Raja Ampat Islands. What lies above the sea is just as stunning as what lies below.
Raja Ampat is a popular area with divers, and let’s face it divers do find the most amazing, unspoilt and to die for locations.
We are currently exploring the islands of Raja Ampat, so this is a quick teaser of some of the things that we have seen so far. Expect a lot more information, stories and understandable publicity from us about these ‘astounding and outstanding’ islands of Raja Ampat to follow, when, and if, we return home. We want you to not only drool over the photos but to come and experience it for yourself.
In the coming weeks, we will tell you a lot about Raja Ampat and some of the many islands we visited. We will share with you the history and the culture, and give you very practical information amidst both above and underwater photos and videos. We will share with you the easiest way to get to the Islands of Raja Ampat in Indonesia, what your accommodation options are, and everything else that you will need to know to explore this stunning part of Wonderful Indonesia[clickToTweet tweet=”Raja Ampat is a popular area with divers, and let’s face it, divers do find the most amazing locations. #travel ” quote=”Raja Ampat is a popular area with divers, and let’s face it divers do find the most amazing, unspoilt and to die for locations.”]