Your personal guide will take extraordinary care of you throughout your entire stay. You will gain unique insights on local culture and nature and we will be happy to help you with everything you desire.
Depending on your itinerary and your preferences we will choose just the right places. We might be camping on remote beaches, stay at locally owned guest houses we have partnered with, or spend some time in a resort.
Throughout your stay you will be provided with three fresh meals a day. Coffee, tea and small snacks are available at all times. Be our guest and explore
Raja Ampat's delicious
Wisata Papua Indah will provide you with all means of transport during your stay. The main way of getting around is by boat, although there are some places that are more convenient to reach by car.
To make your journey as convenient as possible we will provide everything necessary throughout your stay. There is no need for endless preparation and heavy luggage, we've got you covered.
Fees and Taxes
We take care of all additional fees that occur during your holiday. This includes the marine park permit as well as any additional entrance fees. The only thing left for you to do is to enjoy your holiday.
Advice and Reminders for Your Journey
How to get to Raja Ampat
The main gateway to Raja Ampat is Sorong. There are daily direct flights connecting Sorong to Jakarta and Makassar, and several ferries connecting Sorong to Raja Ampat's islands.
Although we provide first aid supplies and a fairly well equipped medicine cabinet, we encourage you to seek advice with a doctor specialised in tropical medicine before your journey.
Safety in Raja Ampat
Raja Ampat is a generally safe place to travel - also for solo travellers. As everywhere, keep an eye on valuables and cash, although reports of stolen goods are rare. Listen to advice from locals.
Climate and Seasons
Although there are minor seasonal differences, Raja Ampat has tropical, humid climate throughout the year. High season generally starts in October and lasts until April.
Off the grid
Raja Ampat's islands are remote so phone and data signal can be lost for days at a time or in some areas simply not be available at all. Power usually comes from generators and is generally only available at night.
Things you shouldn't forget
Things that might be hard to find:
Rain clothes, personal medication, proper shoes, powerbank, adapter for power outlets (plug type C), drybag, reef-friendly sunscreen, travel insurance, memory cards