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Diving & Snorkelling

The diving in the area is unsurpassed and offers the most diverse marine environment on the planet. Dr Gerry Allen broke his record when he counted an amazing 283 different species of fish on one dive only, making Cape Kri the richest dive site known to science.

 

Most dive sites here are only minutes from the Sorido Bay Resort and during a typical week of diving you can expect to see Manta Rays, large schools of giant trevally, giant clams, bumphead parrot fish, barracuda, snappers, sweetlips, bannerfish, various species of pygmy seahrses, the Raja Ampat 'wobbegong' shark, the tassled wobbeong shark, black and white tip reef sharks, hawksbill turtles, octopus, banded sea snakes and many other critters too many to list them all.

 

Part of the reason for this diversity is are the different habitats including sloping coral reefs, shelves, shallow bays, lagoon channels, rock islands, jetty dives, mangrove dives, muck dives and much more.

 


Photos by Willem Gingnagel and Scotty Gayham



Dive Centres
Papua Diving

Accommodation
Sorido Bay Resort







Time: GMT +8 hours
Language: Bahasa Indonesia
Currency: Indonesian Rupees
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