Project Description

Raja Ampat Biodiversity Surroundings

Raja Ampat has a fascinating topography above the water too! Karst formations can be seen everywhere, making many small islands perfect for photography. This area covers a vast area of the equatorial Pacific Ocean known as the Coral Triangle (an area that also contains part of Malaysia, the Philippines, eastern Indonesia, Borneo, and the territory east of the Solomon Islands). It holds the title to the heart of the world’s coral reef biodiversity. The seas around the Raja Ampat Islands host one of the richest variety of species in the world, including 75 percent of all known species of coral.