KM Blue Manta Trip Reports

Apr 5, 2018

Saying Goodbye to Raja Ampat again!


As the spring 2018 season comes to an end in Raja Ampat, and we say our final goodbyes to the guests, it dawned upon us that soon it will be time to leave this underwater paradise in West Papua. With each passing trip, conditions continue to improve. 20+ meter visibility, gigantic schools of fishes, and endless critters are now the norm. 

On our most recent trip to the North & Central region of the marine park, we also had the good fortune to visit Wayag and climb Mount Pindito with a blue sky and not a cloud in sight. It was a joy for guests and crew alike, and a great reminder that Raja Ampat isn't just about diving! Dramatic limestone karsts dot the horizon and stunning views are only a short climb away. If you're considering booking a trip in Raja Ampat, now is the time as our boat is nearly fully booked for 2019 and spaces are becoming increasingly limited. We look forward to welcoming you on-board!

Check out some of these amazing photos courtesy of Andrei Voinigescu, capturing the stunning viatality & beauty of Raja Ampat's coral reefs;

Next stop, the Banda Sea. Clear water, uninhabited volcanic islands, pristine reefs and massive schools of fishes await - it's hammertime

Trip: 27 March 2018
Author: Evan