Raja Ampat Islands

Raja Ampat Islands is one of the resorts are very potential to be a place tourism, especially diving tourism. Raja Ampat Islands located on the westernmost tip of New Guinea, about 50 miles northwest of Sorong, Indonesia.

According to some sources, the waters of Raja Ampat Islands is one of the 10 best waters for diving sites around the world. In fact, it may also be recognized as number one for the completeness of underwater flora and fauna at this point, even making the 75% of the world's coral species in Raja Ampat.
Approximately 450 species of coral had been identified during the two weeks of research in the area. Even a study ever undertaken here and recorded in these waters there are more than 540 hard coral species (75% of the total species in the world), more than 1,000 species of reef fish, 700 species of molluscs, and the highest record for gonodactyloid stomatopod crustaceans. And unique species that can be found at the diving is some kind of pigmy seahorse or kudalaut mini, wobbegong and manta ray. There are also endemic fish Raja Ampat, namely Eviota king, which is a kind of fish gobbie.

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