Underwater or on land, come and discover the treasures and beauty of the Raja Ampat archipelago through our unique snorkeling cruises.
Some popular snorkeling spots in Raja Ampat include Manta Point, where you can see manta rays and other large marine life; Melissa's Garden, a shallow reef area with a wide variety of colourful fish and coral; and Sawandarek, where there is both easy and more challengings. No matter where you choose to go snorkeling in Raja Ampat, you are sure to have an amazing experience.
Manta Point “Arborek” is a popular snorkeling and diving spot in Raja Ampat, known for its large population of manta rays.
The manta rays at Arborek are attracted to the plankton-rich waters, and can often be seen swimming and feeding in the area. Snorkeling at Manta Point is an unforgettable experience, as you have the opportunity to get up close and personal with these majestic creatures. In addition to manta rays, you may also see other marine life such as sharks, turtles, and a variety of colourful fish and coral. Manta Point is located off the coast of Raja Ampat, and can be reached by boat from one of the nearby towns.
Melissa's Garden is a popular snorkeling spot in Raja Ampat known for its shallow reef and wide variety of colourful fish and coral. Located in the Dampier Strait, Melissa's Garden is a relatively sheltered site that is suitable for snorkelers of all levels of experience. The shallow reef is home to a wide variety of marine life, including parrotfish, angelfish, and clownfish, as well as colourful coral formations. Snorkeling at Melissa's Garden is an excellent way to get a close-up view of the vibrant marine life in Raja Ampat. the famous site of "Melissa's garden", which made its reputation by the incredible quantity of fish and one of the most beautiful hard coral gardens in Raja Ampat. Whether we are talking about ore or fauna, “Melissa's Garden” is certainly one of the “highlights” of a raja ampat cruise cruise! This site is always a surprise!
Sawandarek is a popular snorkeling spot in Raja Ampat known for its deeper waters and diverse marine life. Located in the Dampier Strait, Sawandarek has both easy and more challenging sites for more experienced snorkelers. The most popular snorkeling area lies under the village jetty because the snorkelling on this spot is absolutely extraordinary. Despite the human proximity, the diversity of species here is exceptional! Trevallies, Giant Groupers, Fusiliers, Large humphead parrotfish, Large Humphead Wrasse, White and Black Tip Reef Sharks, Green Turtles, etc…
The deeper waters of Sawandarek are also home to a wide variety of marine life, including sharks, barracudas, and a variety of colourful fish and coral. Snorkeling at Sawandarek is an excellent way to see some of the larger and more diverse marine life in Raja Ampat
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