Dear Readers,
This website provides information about traveling in Raja Ampat and West Papua as a whole. Tourism sector has collapsed due to the limitations of people's movements during this covid pandemic. A lot of guides have become unemployed.
Please, support me in continuing these works by sending your donation through Western Union to my address:
Leo Charles Roring
Jl. Brawijaya, samping SD Padma 1
Kompleks Missi, Manokwari 98311
Provinsi Papua Barat
After that, you could send the MTCN (Money Transfer Code Number) to my email: or to my whatsapp: +6281332245180.

Thank you,

Charles Roring

Tuesday, June 4, 2019

Freediving in Warduwer Beach of Raja Ampat

I went freediving today at Warduwer beach of Waigeo island. My aim was to take pictures of fish, coral reef and other marine creatures that live in the coral reef. Unfortunately, the visibility was very poor because of heavy rain that fell in the previous day.

It was a recreational freediving, so I did not dive too deep. As usual I saw a lot of fish in the water. There was a very interesting fish that I saw today. It was sitting on a rock in the shallow water.

A beach resort is being built at the moment. Its name is Raja Ampat Flow (RAFLOW) Resort. The resort is a nice place for anyone who wants to enjoy their holiday in Raja Ampat. Birdwatching, swimming, snorkeling and sightseeing to karst islets can be organized at this beach.
Stonefish at Warduwer beach of Waigeo island
If you are interested in visiting Raja Ampat, you could stay at this RAFLOW Resort.  Please, contact me by email to: or send whatsapp to: +6281332245180.

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