Tour module 7 days snorkeling and adventure Raja Ampat -
7 days liveboard snorkelling and adventure Raja Ampat
The boat takes you in 7 days from Sorong to the north of Raja Ampat. You’ll see the most beautiful snorkelling sites, the wonderful islands near Wayag and Fam and you’ll snorkel, for example, among the sharks at the Jetty CI station. Between November and March there is a good chance that you’ll see dozens of Mantas at Manta Sandy.
Simple accommodation: there are 3 cabins with 4 berths (bunk beds), 2 western toilets and shower with cold water.
Departure is guaranteed with 6 or more participants
Video snorkelcruise Raja Ampat
In- and excluded
•Breakfast, lunch and dinner
•Transfers from Sorong airport to Raja Ampat and vice versa
•Diving package (10 dives € 500, rent diving equipment not-included)
•Entrance fee Raja Ampat (IDR 1.000.000, ca € 70)
•(soft- and alcoholic) drinks
•Tips and personal expenses
•Travel and cancellation insurance
•Booking fee and contribution Calamiteitenfonds €30 per booking
Guaranteed departure at 6 or more participants.
Until 90 days before departure: the deposit
90-60 days before departure: 50%
Within 60 days before departure: 100%
Prijsoverzicht Price overview
Tour module 7 days snorkeling and adventure Raja Ampat
1 person, non diver
Day 1: On board in Sorong
The first snorkel stops are at the Islands Friwenbonda and Batu Lima.
We overnight at Kabuay Bay
Day 2: From Kabuay Bay to Bat island
We overnight at Bat island, Where we can see the Kalongs of course, these big fruit bats fly out in the late afternoon.
Day 3: From Bat island towards Wayag, nice sharks abound
Day 4: Wayag islands
Dag 5: Via the gardens of Melissa and Anita to Aborek
Day 6: Towards the island Gam
Via Cape Kri and Koh island we continue to the bigger island Gam.
Day 7: Back to Sorong
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