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    Wayag Island is One of The Islands Within The Raja Ampat

    Wayag Island is one of the islands within the Raja Ampat district in the province of West Papua. The island is known for its beautiful atolls and amazing underwater life covering a total area of 155,000 hectares (about 383,013.3 acres).

    Here, you find pristine beaches with unique Karst islands that look like mushrooms sprouting out from the sea. Along these beaches, tourists can see fairy tale panorama, more captivating than Leonardo DiCaprio’s getaway in “The Beach”. The crystal clear waters around Wayag Island appear like unreal windows to various types of flora and fauna that live underwater.

    Wayag Island never ceases to amaze. Divers, especially, have been overwhelmed not only by the rich underwater displays, but also by the panoramic beauty of the island as they climb up to its highest platform and observe coves and atolls around. It is a dream come true, truly a dream fulfilled.

    The island is 10 km north of the equator. Liveaboards are the best choice for travelers with a love for adventure and romance. Social contacts with other travelers will only be a call away. Dive briefings are enriching, so that just being there with other divers and the exotic looking staff, you will feel as if you are already drawn into the depths of Wayag’s surreal beauty

    Source: indonesia.travel


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    Video by: MAriosilverfish
    Last edited by trackshadow; 12-06-2012 at 13:29.

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    "West Papua is a potential land ever, regarding the plantation, mining, tourism, and forest products. The commodities are coming from Pearl and sea grass from Raja Ampat, the traditional cloth of Kain Timor is coming from South Sorong, while a fragrant nutmeg syrup is coming from Fak-fak and other natural resources. While on tourism is coming from their Cendrawasih Bay National Park".
    Last edited by Widhia; 02-10-2012 at 07:51.

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