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Group tour 19 days Papua: Whalesharks, traditional tribes of Baliem valley and diving or snorkeling Raja Ampat

This adventurous and cultural round trip takes you to the whale sharks at Cendrawasih Bay, the traditional tribes in the Baliem valley and diving and snorkelling paradise Raja Ampat in Papua (former Dutch New-Guinea).

The trip is like travelling some centuries back in a time machine. After your diving or snorkelling with the whale sharks at Cendrawasih Bay you’ll visit the very traditional Dani and Yali tribes and you can make beautiful walks in the valley. You stay in hotel Pilamo in the city (Wamena).
Then you travel to the idyllic Raja Ampat archipelago, the crème de la crème’ for snorkelers and divers. You stay in a local, very simple homestay and you will have a whole week to dive or snorkel, watch the birds of paradise and relax.

Departure dates

October 24, 2021

Target prices

Target price per person: €4.395 based on 2 non-diving persons per room
Target price per person: € 4.741 based on 2 diving persons per room
Single supllement € 450

Prices based on 4 or more participants

- All intercontinental and domestic flights
- Overnight stays with breakfast, lunch and dinner, except in FM7 resort
- All transfers and boat trips
- English speaking (diving) guide
- 2 dives (or snorkeling excursions) per day in Cendrawasih Bay
- Entrance fee for Cendrawasih National park and Raja Ampat
- Travel permit for Baliem valley
- Diving or snorkeling sessions according to the Raja Ampat program
- For divers: including tanks, belt and dive guide

- Rent complete diving equipment approx. € 40 per day
- Rent snorkel equipment approx. € 15 per day
- optional excursions
- tips and expenses of a personal nature
- travel and cancellation insurance (mandatory)
- booking costs and contribution Calamity Fund
- SGR contribution € 5 per person
- CO2 compensation € 22 per person

Down payment: 25%

When bad weather is expected, safety is preferable. The boat trip to and from Kali Lemon resort takes approximately 2 hours. If the weather conditions do not allow it, the boat will not sail at an earlier or at a different time. You can not claim any rights to this.
The same applies for the ferry from Sorong to Waigeo and vice versa.

Additional costs are for your own account.

Day 1 flight Amsterdam-Biak

Garuda Indonesia flies non-stop from Amsterdam to Jakarta with her new Boeing 777-300 ER. Experience the hospitality of the Indonesian culture on board of Garuda Indonesia, the national flight company of Indonesia. This direct flight takes you in 13 and a half hour from Amsterdam to Jakarta. Departure Amsterdam in the late afternoon, arrival Jakarta end of the morning the following day. In between your two flights you will use the Bandara International resort, a 15 minutes-drive from the airport. Your connecting flight leaves halfway through the evening and arrives before sunrise in Biak.

Day 2 Bandara International hotel day-use

Your flight arrives in the morning in Jakarta and your connecting flight only leaves later in the evening. We booked a room for day-use in the Bandara International hotel, a 10 minute drive from the airport. At the exit of the airport, outside, your driver is waiting for you and drives you to the hotel.

Day 3 Flight Biak-Nabire (Garuda)

Flight GA-7652. Departure 09:55, arrival 10:55

From Nabire to the Kali Lemon resort

We pick you up at your hotel and take you in 2 hours to the harbour. From there you sail in half an hour to the Kali Lemon resort. Maybe you can do only 1 dive this day, you can catch up with with your second dive later in the program. NB: The boat trip to the resort is always in the morning. The Garuda and NAM flights from Biak and Timika correspond still nicely with the boat trip. Coming from Sorong or Jayapura you need to book an overnight stay in Nabire.

Day 4 Whale sharks...

Today we go twice diving or snorkelling with the whale sharks. We’ll sail in a short half hour to the floating fishing-platforms, ‘bagans’ in Indonesian, where the whale sharks are always around, waiting for some leftover small fish.

Day 5 More whale sharks and coral

Because the whale sharks were probably the main reason for your visit to Cendrawasih Bay, we’re going to dive and snorkel twice again with them today. After lunch sail and drive back to Nabire. Overnight in simple local hotel in town.

Day 6 From Kali Lemon to Jayapura / Sentani

After breakfast transfer to airport for 12:05 Wings Air flight to Sentani, Jayapura airport. In the afternoon you will explore Sentani and the lake of the same name. 1 night in Sentani.

Day 7 With the time machine to Baliem valley

After an early breakfast transfer to the airport for your flight to the time machine: the Baliem Valley. Upon arrival in Wamena, there is a chance that your luggage will be checked for alcoholic drinks, the Baliem Valley has been drained for years. We explore the area: The mountain Napua offers beautiful panoramas, the village of Wesaput a traditional hanging bridge. We also visit a few traditional Dani villages and a traditional market. In the afternoon we check in at hotel Pilamo in the town of Wamena. Dinner at restaurant Sinabung. 4 nights in the Pilamo hotel in Wamena.

Day 8 Nature around Sogokomo

After breakfast a little more than a half an hour drive to Sogokmo for a day hiking in the wonderful surroundings of the Baliem river. Via a hanging bridge we walk along traditional Dani villages and across sweet potato fields. After our picnic lunch we return to Sogokmo, where the car is waiting to drive us back to the hotel in Wamena.

Day 9 Traditional villages and salt mining

After a one-hour drive we reach Jiwika in the central part of the Baliem valley. Here starts our climb of about one hour uphill through the mountain rainforest. We arrive in a traditional Dani village with a salt mine. Ladies in traditional clothes accompany us and show us the original way of salt mining. After our lunch in the village we walk to Kurulu where we’ll see a very old mummy of de famous Dugum clan. Everywhere the friendly people from Kurulu will show you their jewelry, art, weapons and other curiosities.

Day 10 The Pig Festival

All morning, until after lunch, we visit a traditional pig festival in Jiwika. The chance to attend this beautiful ceremony of preparing the pig on hot stones. The pig festival is still celebrated by the Danis, especially at weddings. During our tour it is a nice extra income for them from this traditional ceremony. An excellent opportunity for you to get in touch with the Danis through your guide.

Day 11 From the Baliem Valley to the Scuba Republic resort in Raja Ampat

Around sunrise you will be transferred from the hotel to the airport for the 6:15 Trigana Wings air flight to Jayapura. There you change to the 10:05 Garuda flight to Sorong. At the exit of the airport, your guide and driver will be ready to take you to the port. Your guide will provide tickets for the ferry and accompany you on board. You will take the fast ferry around 2:00 PM to Waisai on Waigeo Island. Here you will be met and you will take a speedboat to the resort. 1 night at the Scuba Republic resort

Day 12 Sea Safari in Raja Ampat

The tour starts right after lunch. We set course for Besir Bay. On the way down Dampier Street, we will stop for your first dive, Overnight in a simple homestay at Besir Bay.

Day 13 Sea Safari in Raja Ampat

Again 3 beautiful dives and an excursion to the viewpoint of Kabui Bay. Overnight in a simple homestay on the island of Gam or Waigeo.

Day 14 Sea Safari in Raja Ampat

Today again 3 dives before we moor at one of the Fam islands.

Day 15 Sea Safari in Raja Ampat

This day only 2 dives, but with an excursion to Pianemo. Here you have a beautiful view over the karst islands at Fam. Overnight in a simple homestay on Fam Island.

Day 16 Sea Safari in Raja Ampat

Also this day 2 dives and 1 excursion, to the bat cave at Besir Bay.

Day 17 Sea Safari in Raja Ampat

In the morning 2 more dives before we return to the resort around lunch time. End of the program

Day 18 Back to Sorong

After breakfast you sail back to the port and board the ferry before 09:00 for the return trip to Sorong. Our driver is already waiting at the port and will take you to the airport or to a hotel in Sorong. Lunch and dinner are at your own expense this day. Schedule ferry from Wasai to Sorong (subject to change): daily at 09:00 and 14:00. The ferries don’t run on public holidays.

flight Sorong-Amsterdam via Jakarta

Flight with Garuda Indonesia Sorong-Amsterdam with transfers in Makassar and Jakarta. Departure from Sorong in the late afternoon with transfer of a good 2,5 hour in Makassar, arrival in the evening in Jakarta. The connecting flight leaves in the evening from Jakarta. Arrival Amsterdam in the morning.

Day 19 Arrival Amsterdam

In the morning arrival at Schiphol. The end of a beautiful trip...

Bandara International hotel - Jakarta airport

Het Bandara International hotel - managed by Accor ligt op slechts 5 minuten rijden van Jakarta's Soekarno-Hatta airport. De gratis shuttlebus rijdt ieder half uur van en naar de airport terminals. Het hotel telt 208 kamers, verdeeld over meerdere vleugels. Centraal liggen het grote zwembad en het restaurant. Alle kamers beschikken over een kluisje, TV, minibar, föhn, gratis badkamer artikelen, thee- en koffie faciliteiten. Tegen meerprijs zijn ook Deluxe kamers met balkon verkrijgbaar. Het hotel beschikt over meerdere restaurants, bar, lounge, zwembad met kinderbad, uitgebreide spa, gym en een business centrum. meer info more info Informations supplémentaires

Kali Lemon dive resort - Nabire

The simple Kali Lemon dive resort has three 2-person cottages and a place for 8 people. The rooms are simple. No telephone and no internet connections. Plenty of time to relax. The highlight of the stay is swimming (snorkeling or diving) with the whale sharks. Around full moon you may have bad luck because the whale sharks don’t always show up, but around new moon the chance to see them is almost 100%. In addition to snorkeling and diving, the resort also organises trips to the Birds of Paradise and traditional villages. Minimum stay is 3 days. The price includes transfers from and to Nabire, 2 dives / snorkel sessions per day, lunches and dinnersThe price doesn’t include rental of diving equipment and Cendrawasih bay entrance fee. meer info more info Informations supplémentaires

Hotel Filadelfia - Nabire

Simple but cosy hotel in the centre of Nabire. Deluxe rooms have AC, Refrigerator, TV ans small terrace in front. meer info more info Informations supplémentaires

Hotel Pilamo

Pilamo is a simple hotel and centrally situated in the small town Wamena. The rooms are clean and the hotel is reasonably maintained. Best choice is one of the Deluxe rooms, with a small terrace in the courtyard garden. meer info more info Informations supplémentaires

Scuba Republic - Waisai - Raja Ampat

Het eenvoudige Scuba Republic resort telt slechts 7 kamers, 3 double, 2 twin en 2 triple beach bungalows, alle met eigen badkamer, aircon en terras.. Het resort beschikt over een restaurant, laundry service en het belangrijkst: een eigen (SSI) duikcentrum. Direct voor het resort ligt het huisrif. meer info more info Informations supplémentaires

Scuba Republic - Waisai - Raja Ampat

Het eenvoudige Scuba Republic resort telt slechts 7 kamers, 3 double, 2 twin en 2 triple beach bungalows, alle met eigen badkamer, aircon en terras.. Het resort beschikt over een restaurant, laundry service en het belangrijkst: een eigen (SSI) duikcentrum. Direct voor het resort ligt het huisrif. meer info more info Informations supplémentaires



Biak is an island and place in Geelvink Bay, roughly between Sorong and Jayapura, in the north of Papua. The island of Biak was home to the Dutch army until 1963. Many naval camps and air bases are still in service, although the buildings are also used by local industry. Biak is therefore popular among Dutch New Guinea veterans.

Attractions include the Japanese cave, the tiny Binsari war museum and the beautiful coastal towns of Bosnik, Sambre, Urfu and Wari.

Off the coast are the 30 small Padaido coral islands, where it is excellent snorkeling and diving.

It is at least three hours by boat to the island of Yapen. Few tourists visit the island, at most to spot the birds of paradise. Since they only show themselves with sunrise and sunset, an overnight stay is necessary in a very basic homestay.

Biak has daily flight connections with Jakarta via Makassar, Nabire and Jayapura.

The former KLM hotel is now called Asana Biak. The wooden rooms are a bit outdated, but the stone suites are fine. The hotel has a PADI diving school.



Jakarta, The Big Durian, you either love it or you walk away from it. It is the hometown of my mother, then called Batavia. In 1993 I was still in her birth house, a privilege that few Indos can still experience, as Jakarta has grown into a metropolis with about 17 million inhabitants. A lot of low-rise buildings have had to make way for skyscrapers that define the skyline of Jakarta.

Only the old city, Kota Lama, still shows many traces from the Dutch period. Be sure to visit Fatahillah Square with the National Museum and drink a cup of coffee in the nostalgic Café Batavia. Glodok, Jakarta's China town is within walking distance of Kota Lama. The old VOC warehouses and the fish market Pasar Ikan are also worth a visit.

I find it difficult to name a favorite restaurant. What I write today will be obsolete tomorrow. I would say check the internet and selamat makan, enjoy your meal!



Nabire is a coastal town in west Papua on the Cendrawasih (Bird of Paradise) bay.
From Nabire it is about a two hour drive to Pantai Sowa beach of Cendrawasih Bay where you will be taken by speedboat to the resort.
Cendrawasih Bay is best known for the whale sharks. The immense fish like to come to the bycatch of the bagans, fishing platforms. All year round, except for the days around the full moon, you can dive and snorkel among the whale sharks - up to 10 meters long.
Nabire operates daily flights with Biak, Jayapura, Timika and Ambon.



The Baliem Valley is located on a plateau in the province of Papua. The valley is located at an altitude of about 1,600 meters, making it a lot cooler than at sea level. Wamena is the capital of the Baliem.

The town has just under 15,000 inhabitants and is often the base for excursions and treks through the Baliem Valley. The airport has several daily flights to Jayapura and daily to Timika and Dekai (towards Korowai). Be sure to visit the Pasar Jibama market here.

The valley itself measures approximately 20 x 80 kilometers and is the habitat of the Dani tribe. The Lani and Yali live at a somewhat greater distance from Wamena. The basic food in the valley is the sweet potato. Rice doesn't grow here. Furthermore, vegetables are grown and pigs are kept (and cherished!).

A trip to the Baliem Valley is like a trip with the time machine. The population lives very primitively in small bead villages with at most ten mud huts with thatched roofs and a large communal kitchen. The pigs also often have one of the huts. The men usually only walk with a koteka (penis sheath) and the women only wear grass skirts.

It is wonderful to walk in the Baliem Valley. Enthusiasts can take a multi-day trekking, but the day trips from Wamena also invite you to explore the valley. At the village of Sogokmo you cross the river via a suspension bridge and walk through the sweet potato fields past several traditional villages. At the village of Jiwika you can climb to a traditional salt mine and at Kurulu you come face to face with the famous ancient mummy of the Dugum clan. You can also view such a mummy at Alkima, but it has now become a touristic event.

It is also special to spend part of the day at the Pig Festival. Normally the party is held during a wedding, but the residents are proud of their traditions and are happy to show it to tourists. A pig is slaughtered with a bow and arrow and stewed on hot stones. As a guest you will be offered a piece of meat with vegetables. Tasty is different, but just to be polite you grab a bite and then enjoy the lunch that your guide has brought.

The Baliem Festival takes place annually in the month of August. The three Dani, Lani and Yali tribes wage war for three days, but now with different rules of the game than before.

Baliem valley - Tribes

The original population are the Dani people, a well-known tribe in Papua. The Dani are known for their war-minded attitude. When the valley was discovered, people noticed that everywhere high, slim towers had been built. These were lookouts to warn the villagers that hostile clans were approaching. These lookouts were little by little put down when the area got under Dutch administration and war-making was forbidden. The Dani of the Baliem valley are related to the tribes from the mountains west of the valley, that are called western Dani or Lani. Their area is more densely populated than the area of the Dani. A third tribe are the Yali, who live in sparsely populated areas high on the mountain flanks of the Jayawijayain mountain chain.

Under Indonesian administration in the 70’s the situation became tense with the Dani, who were considered as underdeveloped people. In the early seventies the Indonesian government tried with 'Operation Koteka' to motivate the Dani to change their Koteka for clothes and to house them in modern square houses. Many Indonesian soldiers, who had to carry out the policy, regarded the Dani as 'savages' (little more than animals, an attitude that’s still alive among many Indonesians) and treated them very badly. Opposing Dani were sometimes even killed. In 1977 the Dani rebelled led by the Organisasi Papua Merdeka, the Dani fought with bow and arrow against Indonesian soldiers with rockets, attack planes and helicopters with which they bombed the Dani villages. It is estimated that 500 Dani died during the fighting, that was concentrated around the villages Pyramid and Bokondini in the north of the valley. 'Operation Koteka' was a complete failure.

In the nineties a new fight broke out for independence, which also was put down violently by the Indonesian government, that in 1997 even tried to put up the tribes against each other and thus stay out of range itself. Until the middle of the 20th century the valley was closed territory. A lot of Indonesian government officials still consider the valley as ‘the end of the world’.
(Source: Wikipedia)

Raja Ampat

Raja Ampat

Raja Ampat is an archipelago in West Papua (former Irian Jaya) and consists of 610, mostly uninhabited islands. The four largest islands are Waigeo in the north, Salawati (southwest of Sorong), Batanta (north of Salawati) and Misool in the southwest. The name Raja Ampat is also based on these four islands and literally translated means "the four kings".

Raja Ampat is a relatively unknown area in Indonesia, but this destination is well known among divers. This is due to the wide range of various fish species and fantastic coral reefs, varying from hard to soft coral. But the islands themselves are also impressive. The Raja Ampat Islands have quiet lagoons with crystal white sand and water that varies from bright green to bright blue.

Diving is especially popular in the Dampier Strait. Here you will find numerous dive spots with an incredible amount of coral and fish. Cape Kri, Blue Magic and Manta Point are real eye-catchers.
Misool is also loved for its wide variety of fish and coral.

Raja Ampat is open all year round, but from mid-July to mid-September you are more likely to experience rain and high waves. Misool is closed between mid-June and mid-September.
Raja Ampat has dozens of dive resorts and homestays. The homestays often use local diving schools, such as the Arborek dive shop. The more luxurious diving resorts offer not only more comfort, but also more safety. Sorido Bay resort, Raja Ampat Biodiversity and Papua Explorers are our favorites in the Dampier Strait, Papua Paradise Eco resort off Batanta Island. The Scuba Republic is an excellent middle class resort.

A fast public ferry runs twice a day between Sorong and Waisai on Waigeo Island. Waigeo also has an airport with a daily flight to Sorong.


Liveaboards usually offer weeklong dive cruises in northern Raja Ampat (Dampier Strait and the northern Wajag karst islands. Longer, often 10-day trips also cover the southern part around Misool. Most liveaboards operate Raja Ampat cruises between September and March April, then dock and sail in the waters around Komodo for the summer season.

Video Raja Ampat snorkel cruise

Dive spots north Raja Ampat

Divie spots North Raja Ampat

These days you can dive and snorkel at will in the most beautiful area of Indonesia.
Between November and March a diving- or a snorkelling trip at Manta Sandy is a must! But don’t forget to admire the seahorses, wobbegong sharks, barracudas and other wonderful fish above the marvellous healthy coral as well.
Besides diving and snorkelling you can book excursions to the birds of paradise or a traditional village on the spot. Or just chill out on the beach…

Cape Kri

One of the favorite dives, Cape Kri is Sordio Bay’s house reef and less than 3 minute by boat from Kri Eco Resort. This is the dive site that put Raja Ampat on the map when Dr Gerry Allen smashed his record for total number of fish species on a single tank dive: 374 different species!

The world-record holding Cape Kri, with a record count of 374 different species in one dive counted by Dr. G. Allen, is just a 1 minute boat ride from our jetty. At the Northeast point of Kri island the currents sweep into a channel between Kri and the small island of Koh. At this point beneath waters churning in the current, huge schools of Big-eye trevallies, Barracudas and Snappers can be seen hanging over the drop-off. At the base of the reef at 38 meters an ancient snagged anchor rests next to a bommie with a dense school of Banded sweetlips. A large shallow coral garden crowns the reef top with blacktip reef sharks patrolling amongst the overlapping maze of hard corals with feeding hawksbill turtles. Car-sized Queensland groupers down to the diminutive ever-present pygmy seahorse can be seen on this phenomenal and always-surprising dive site! Dawn and dusk are feeding time so divers can experience this site at its awe-inspiring best.

Blue magic

Only 15 minutes from Kri Island, this small pinnacle has almost everything

From Wobbegong sharks to tiny 2cm Denise Pygmy seahorses. The reef top is covered in hard coral with some big coral heads and some tabling Acropora corals well over 3 metres across. There is a resident school of Big eye Trevallies and many large Barracuda. Green Turtles can be found here as well as Black Tips, White Tips and the occasional Grey Reef Sharks. If you are very lucky even a Giant Manta Ray. The magnificent dive ends with a blue water safety stop drifting over and away from the reef.


Only 10 mins from Kri Island, this submerged reef with a reef top at 5 metres, contains a very high biomass, one of the highest in Raja Ampat.

Sardines reef is quite simply one of the best reef dives in the world, where divers witness the phenomenal diversity of Raja Ampat at full force. Where the current strikes this offshore reef and splits, a dazzling array of fish congregate, audibly swarming fusiliers spin above, pursued by huge giant trevallies, packs of Bluefin jacks and huge Spanish mackerels. Batfish gather in the hundreds, while multitudes of schooling bannerfish feed in the current. Grey reef sharks, blacktips and whitetips can also be seen along with the wobbegong waiting in ambush on the sea floor. Coral bommies dot the slope covered with many colourful species of dendronephya soft corals and up to three separate species of Pygmy seahorses can be found amongst them. On the current-swept reef top a resident school of thirty massive bumphead parrotfish crunch on the coral, keeping the divers company on a safety stop who hang from their reef-hooks like kites in the wind. Upon surfacing, many divers comment that this is the best dive they have ever done!! Photographers love this dive site and have to return to change from wide angle to macro!

Manta Sandy

Only 25 mins from Kri Island, this sandy slope is famous for its Manta Rays. It is a cleaning station where they come in to get cleaned.

If the many reefs are not enough this area also boasts some of the best manta diving in the world! There are two main manta sites just half an hour away. One, Manta Sandy, is a cleaning station where up to 10 mantas can be seen vying for a position above the two rocks where wrasses clean these giants. We get enormous 4 meter wide black mantas, looking like a negative photographic image, their gills are highlighted in white, along with the other more common white-bellied variety. Another site nearby, Manta Slope, mantas circle above in the sun while divers hook onto the reef while the current arcs overhead and down the steep slope below. Divers can be caught unaware while giant demonic-looking black mantas cruise by behind them. This trip is out of our 10km range, but is offered once a week without any fuel surcharges!

The Passage

As seen in many articles, including recently by David Doubilet in the Sept 2007 National Geographic, the passage is a completely unique dive site. The narrow canyon 40 minutes away between Gam and Waigeo can be described as river flowing between the two Islands, but also a marine environment, a haven of peculiar and unique microhabitats.

This is a place where experienced divers and photographers enjoy the utterly different experience of diving in this truly one-of-a-kind location. Above water the sheer limestone cliffs make this a place where the sightseeing above water is also excessively beautiful. Guests combine this trip visiting the labyrinthine Hidden Bay, a maze of towering islets, and Kabui Bay where literally hundreds of mushroom islands create staggering scenery. This trip is out of our 10km range, but is offered once a week without any fuel surcharges!

Arborek Jetty

Directly below the jetty of the mini-island of Arborek you will find large schools of Sweetlips, Barracudas and hunting Mackerel. The soft coral also hides Pipefish, Snappers, Batfish, Bumphead cattlefish and if you are at the right time and place you can also spot the Wobbegong.



Sorong is the westernmost city on the island of New Guinea. The city is located on the Sele Strait of the Pacific Ocean on the Vogelkop Peninsula. It is the base for trips to the Raja Ampat Islands.

Two hours' drive south of Sorong is the rainforest in the Klasow valley with all kinds of strange birds. You will find different types of Paradise birds and the endemic Cassoway, a peacock or smaller ostrich species.

Sorong is the logistical center of the oil and gas industry around West Papua, which manifests itself in growing wealth and economic prosperity. The city has over 50,000 inhabitants, making it one of the larger cities of Papua. Most of the inhabitants are transmigrants from Sulawesi, Java and other islands.

Directly off the coast is the island of Jefman, which until 2012 had the airport of Sorong. The new airport has daily connections with Jakarta, Makassar, Manado, Ambon and several cities in Papua, among others.

Sites to see

The city has a nice beach promenade and some historical buildings dating from the Dutch oil period. It’s a city full of contrasts. The following sights are close to the city:

Cape Cassuwary: 3 km from Sorong, beach with coralreefs;
Crocodile island, 500 metre out of the beach;
The island Kafiau;
The island Matan;
The hot springs of Klaijili, 60 km from Sorong;
A protected forest area, 15 km from Sorong;
Sorong is the most important gateway for trips to the nearby Raja Ampat-islands and the coralreefs of the Coral Triangle.
(source: Wikipedia)
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