Diving in the Raja Ampat area is a priviledge. I can’t remember having witnessed that many schooling/shoaling fish in other areas. Sweetlips, barracudas, snappers, fusiliers, batfish, trevallies, surgeonfish and bigeyes all gather into one fantastic underwater symphony!
Take a plunge into Raja Ampat’s fishbowl!
Diving the Passage in Raja Ampat, Indonesia is always stunning. It’s not easy to find the right words to describe it’s beauty both underwater as well as topside.
I decided to let my images tell you the story…
The Gili Raja wreck is approximately 90-meters long and lies for 60 years on its side at a depth 35m and 50m. It is beautifully y overgrown with soft corals. The site is almost pristine as only a handful of divers are able to dive here given the depth.
I had the chance to dive this beauty with the Prince John Dive Resort and will be diving there again in November.