7 Days 6 Nights Sorong – Misool – Sorong

Day One : Arrival at Sorong Airport
Arrive in Sorong at the newly built Dominique Edward Osok airport. Our representative will be waiting outside the arrival hall and ready to escort you the ship for immediate boarding. Safety Briefing, Safety DVD, Crew Introduction, Necessary Dive Paperwork, Cabin allocation and ship orientation will take place before departing Sorong Harbour. During the journey to our first dive site take this opportunity to familiarize yourselves with the vessel and make yourself comfortable.
Meals : Lunch, Dinner

Day Two : Wayilbatan
Welcome to Wayilbatan. This is an interesting site, so pristine and untouched. On this site you will fund excellent macro life including several species of Pygmy Seahorse, Octopus, Nudibranch and Ghost Pipefish. Wayilbatan sites usually start on the wall in the northwestern quadrant and swim east if the current permits. We then continue to the Neptune’s Sea Fan. Here, when the current is strong, the surface water is very smooth and it’s easy to shoot wonderful images of the fan rising up toward a reflection of the island wall.
Meals : Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
Dive : 3 day dives + 1 night dives

Day Three : Fiabacet
Whale rock is the westernmost dive site of the Fiabacet chain, arguably the most beautiful tropical reef system on the planet. Especially when viewed from the south, the largest Fiabacet island looks like a caricature of an enormous whale floating at the surface. This is also the best opportunity to observe interesting juvenile fish, nudibranch and other invertebrates. In the Middle of the Fiabacet chain of islands, the submerged east point of Nudi rock is undoubtedly one of the top dives in Raja ampat. Here you can watch colonies of Convict Blennies huddle around sea fans while large Green and Hawksbill Turtles glide through the blue. A myriad of species of soft coral and sea fans cascade down the steep slope and smaller animals like Decorator Crabs and Cleaner Shrimp abound.
Meals : Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
Dive : 3 day dives + 1 night dive

Day Four : Boo
We will spend our day by exploring Boo’s Rock and Boo’s Point east, where we can see large Napoleon Wrasse, Green Turtles, Schooling Bat Fish and Snapper and the occasional Grey Reef Shark. Boo’s rock is best known for the ‘’windows’’ or rounded openings on the southern end of the largest rock that completely pierce the reef from the surface down to about five meters. Although the two rocks appear separate from the surface, they are connected underwater by a magnificent reef draped in soft corals and brimming with fish, this makes for an amazing photography dive.
Meals : Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
Dive : 3 day dives + 1 night dive

Day Five : Farondi
To the west side of Farondi we will enter through the sea tunnel and then exit on Farondi’s wall. Continue to descend to about 30 meters where the tunnel ends on the wall. There is a cave at about 15 meters depth. Explore the wall and floor of the cave for interesting invertebrates like crabs, flatworms, sea spiders and electric clams.
Meals : Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
Dive : 3 day dives + 1 night dive

Day Six : Wagman
Wagman Wall is an excellent dive situated off the east coast of the island. The wall is full of overhangs and caves where divers are likely to encounter groups of Snapper and large Groupers resting at the bottom. In south Misool the reefscape is draped with Gorgonian Sea Fans and colorful soft corals.
Meals : Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
Dive : 2 day dives

Day Seven : Sorong Island (B)
After breakfast, prepare for disembarkation. Be ready to leave the boat and you will be transferred to Sorong Airport for you next destination. Your diving journey has ended and we shall look forward to welcoming you onboard again.
Meals : Breakfast
Dive : no dive

Number of dive include throughout the trip in 7 days ( 14 dives + 4 night dives )
The conditions for diving Raja ampat are the same throughout the year but to the south sites (Misool) the conditions are good all year, except in June, July and August due to winds and high seas.

Traveling from Sorong to Kaimana