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9 days in the Raja Ampat Archipelago on a luxury yacht

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Lagoon in Raja Ampat
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Sorong, West Papua

The Raja Ampat archipelago comprises four main islands — Misool to the south, Salawati and Batanta in the middle, and Waigeo to the north – surrounded by more than 1,500 smaller islands and islets. The whole region is almost entirely untouched by human hands. There are no chic resorts or hotels, only a couple of eco-dive resorts on the main islands, and the waters are blissfully traffic-free. With a handful of bucket list dives and and some of the clearest waters in the world you will be pleased to have this paradise to yourself.

There are strict regulations and only a handful of yachts are allowed to charter in Raja Ampat but it is worth the effort for an unforgettable experience.

*Day 1 - Sorong, West Papua *

Upon arrival in Sorong, transfer to the nearby harbour where your yacht and crew will be waiting to welcome you onboard. Set sail for the Raja Ampat archipelago.

Depending on the winds and the tides, spend the afternoon snorkelling or try a dive with an experienced PADI dive instructor; kayak, water ski, fish from the tenders, visit a village or relax on a pristine white sand beach.

Picture courtesy of Ethan Daniels/Shutterstock.com

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