Paradise of Natural Beauty Under the Sea of Raja Ampat

Have you ever dived to the bottom of the sea? What can you see? Surely you can imagine the beauty that is on the seabed. Indonesia is a country that is granted wide waters. Of course, Indonesia is also filled with coral reefs and species of beautiful and unique fish and is endowed with various forms of beautiful coral reefs. But not necessarily by diving to the bottom of the sea, if the waters of the sea have clear water and not too deep, you can see underwater scenery just by diving or doing snorkeling.

Indonesia has an incredible panorama, not to mention also with the beauty of nature under the sea. There are several Spot Diving that attracted many local people to foreign countries.

Raja Ampat

Archipelago king is a series of 4 adjacent island clusters and located in the territory of the Bird’s Head of Papua Island. This cluster is under Raja Ampat Regency, West Papua Province. This islands are now used as a destination for divers who are interested in the beauty of underwater scenery.

Raja Ampat is a district that has an area of more than 4.5 million hectares. 85% of the area is an ocean, and the rest are islands with more than 600 islands. Raja Ampat Islands has the potential of nature tourism is extraordinarily beautiful. Tourist attractions in West Papua is very famous to have underwater tourism which is the best dive sites in the world because of the completeness and diversity of flora and fauna under the sea. Based on the results of research from a team of experts Conservation International, that the Raja Ampat Islands has 75% of coral species in the world. It is believed that there is nowhere else in the world to have such a large number of coral species in a relatively small location.

With the abundance of coral species in the Raja Ampat Islands, automatically there are also numerous species of reef fish. In addition you can also meet with manta rays, mermaids, sea horses, barkuda fish, reef sharks, turtles, tuna, and others. Remnants of the second world war can also be found in the waters of the Raja Ampat Islands, for example the wreckage of war planes near Wai Island.

Wakatobi Island

Wakatobi tourism park is one of the most beautiful dive sites in Indonesia, besides Raja Ampat in West Papua and Bunaken in Manado North Sulawesi. The beauty and natural wealth of Wakatobi is famous in the world after the Wallacea Expedition from England in 1995. Besides enjoying the underwater you can also enjoy the beautiful beaches.

Karimun Islands of Java

Karimunjawa is a sub-district name in Jepara, Central Java in the form of islands in the middle of Java sea. Located approximately 83 km north of the city of Jepara, Karimunjawa Islands consists of 27 islands, but only 5 islands are uninhabited. The main tourism potential of the Karimunjawa Islands is the beauty of the sea. Because of the tourism potential of the marine park, the archipelago was designated as one of Indonesia’s national parks in 2001. Tourist attractions that have been designated as Indonesia’s national marine park has more than 90 species of coral, and more than 240 species of fish. On some islands you can see mangrove forests and coastal forests. In addition you can also find some types of animals on the mainland, such as deer, monkeys, various species of birds, turtles, and others.

Komodo Island

Besides known for its endemic habitat of Komodo, this island is also famous for having stunning underwater beauty. Beautiful flora down there with diverse coral reefs make the fish – the sweet fish is also not embarrassed to say hello. You can dive and enjoy the wealth of the sea on this island. Komodo National Park is the best dive site in the world. 385 coral species, seaweed ornaments, 70 kinds of sponges, and thousands of fish species are waiting for you. Not only that, you will also encounter various types of sharks and stingrays, green turtles, 6 species of whales, and 10 kinds of funny dolphins. It’s a dramatic and awesome heritage. Approximately 67% of coverage of Komodo National Park is an exotic waters area. Has a depth of about 150 meters. Water temperature in this perairai ranges from 25 to 29 degrees Celsius with a level of 34 ppt salinity. So much natural charm is offered in Komodo National Park. In addition to meet with Komodo dragons in their natural habitat, and enjoy the beauty of marine life, you will also be amazed further with the panorama on the island. Because here is the transition zone of Wallacea Lines.