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Day 1: Pick up at Bitung airport, transfer to the boat, welcome drink, and accommodation. Check dive in the afternoon at one of the reefs surrounding Bitung.

Day 2: Early morning dive in Batu Kapal or any other site around the Lembeh Strait. Second, dive after breakfast on a shallow quiet place on the coast, and rinse the equipment to dry. Afternoon visit to see the Tarsiers in the Tangkoko Reserve.

Day 3: 4 dives in the Lembeh Straits, including coral sites like Angel’s Window or the 80 m long WWII Japanese Mawali wreck, as well as some of the famous muck sites like Hairball, Jahir or Air Perang.

Day 4: 2-morning dives in Pantai Sago, a wall with a school of 1.000 barracudas, and an afternoon dive on the coast of the island.

Day 5: 3-day dives around the Goraici Islands: Reenie’s Rock, Batu Mandi, and Terumbu Gora. Sail to Pulau Tifore.

Day 6: Dive the current-struck sites in the Patintie Straits such as Proco channel, Batu Jabu, and the signature site discovered by the manager of Ondina: Ric’s Rock. Night dive and sail to the Goraici group.

Day 7: 3 day dives around the rocks Batuanyer to the north and south of Pulau Pisang. Soft corals, schools, Napoleon wrasse, and jacks.

Day 8: Dive the wall of Wayilbatan with the largest fans in the area, then to Pelee for second and afternoon dive.

Day 9: Early morning visit to see the Red Bird of Paradise. Dive Mike’s Point and Arborek. Overnight to Misool.

Day 10: 3-day dives around Misool (Around Farondi, Fiabacet, and Boo) plus a night dive. Plenty of soft corals, fans, and schools of fish. Tender boat tour around the limestone islands and caves in Misool.

Day 11: Dive the famous sites around Kri: Mioskon, Sardine Reef, Cape Kri. 3 day dives with great scenery and schools of fish.

Day 12: Transfer to the airport after breakfast.

Marine Life: At least 75 percent of all coral species can be found in Raja Ampat, divers can expect a range of topography from soft corals and sea fans, to hard corals, seagrass beds, mangroves, shallow reefs, deep drop-offs, caves, black sand and white sand. Giant manta rays, sea turtles, sharks, cuttlefish, pipefish, various seahorse species and massive schools of reef fish are the norm, plus the delightful wobbegong sharks and Epaulette sharks inhabit these waters too.

Itineraries are only orientative and might be modified due to weather conditions, sea conditions and other external causes.

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Raja Ampat, Halmahera & Lembeh

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Raja Ampat, Halmahera & Lembeh