Raja Ampat Liveaboard – Adventuring through Raja Ampat- the Coral Triangle. Raja Ampat is calling us to explore its 2500 islands, 1320 interesting species of fish and 550 species of coral. We invite you to discover the rich marine life and the beautiful coral reefs with us on our Raja Ampat Liveaboard. Diving in Raja Ampat is world class and we take you to “off the beaten track” to experience the best of it. We take only 14 guests on board per trip. For your safety and comfort we assign 4 divers per guide to make sure your experience through the wonders of Raja Ampat is exceptional and unforgettable. Aboard our vessel we like the life is without hassle. Our professional crew has years of experience, the region and its conservation is their passion! Be aware- the love for Raja Ampat is constagious!
Jaya Raja Ampat Liveaboard is Scuba Republic Indonesia Trip. All Payment will Directly to Scuba Republic Indonesia. So, dont worry about your booking.
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Sorong, West Papua
1 Day before Liveaboard Trip
We can never be too careful when it comes to the safety of our guests. And because of our guests well being is our number 1 priority we advice you to read our policies concerning medical issues carefully. Raja Ampat is still very remote especially the areas we cover on our trips and so the medical facilities are limited. Just to give a rough idea evacuation may take 12-24 hours to the nearest major hospital in good conditions. We will need any and all medical questions and concerns addressed and cleared before your arrival. Our staff or the local doctors are not qualified to decide whether an individual is fit to dive. In some cases we ask guests to provide medical proof. (If so happens that you’re already in Indonesia we can recommend facilities in Bali)
Our liveaboard trips are suitable for all levels from beginners to advanced but we do require all our guests to have recent diving experience before joining aboard (less than one year since last dive) and if time has passed without you noticing we kindly ask to get a “scuba tune-up” or a refresher. It makes the trip so much more fun and also shows that you’re taking your fellow divers in to consideration. If it’s been a while since your last dive, want to do a course or just want to do more diving before or after the trip we recommend you to check out our Scuba Republic Beach Bungalow in Raja Ampat.