West Papua,Raja Ampat Islands
Rajah Ampat is an archipelago comprising over 40,000 km2 of land and sea consisting of 1,500 small islands and shoals located on the island of New Guinea, in Indonesia’s West Papua province.
The region is so rich with underwater biodiversity, it is quite possibly, the richest coral reef ecosystem in the world. Remote and relatively undisturbed by humans, the area offers stunning islands, towering mountains, dense jungles and cascading waterfalls. Combine this with the friendly local people, a wealth of culture, crafts and customs as well as rare wildlife such as the black cockatoo, the red bird of paradise, cassowaries and cuscus and you have a true last frontier waiting to be discovered.