- Raja Ampat
- 11 Days/10 Nights
- 0 Review
- Not Available
- Additional Dives
- Airport Pick Up
- Boat Cabin Accommodation
- Daily Scheduled Dives
- Dive Guide
- Full Board
- Hotel pickup and drop-off
- Hotel/Airport to Boat Transfer
- Land Excursions
- Port and/or National Park Entrance Fees
- Soft Drinks
- Tour Guide
- Welcome Drink
Raja Ampat Liveaboard Seven Seas
Liveaboard Cruise with SEVEN SEAS
From: Sorong Disembark: Sorong
Cruise Duration & Rates start from:
11 Days/10 Nights – 5.500 US$
13 Days/12 Nights – 6.600 US$
The rate will be US$ 550 per person per night. There will not be any price increase from July 2022 into the end of 2023. New prices will be announced for the period 2024 once a schedule has been developed for that season.
There are currently NO EXTRA FUEL SURCHARGES and NITROX is FREE OF CHARGE. Any and all port clearance and conservation fees are INCLUDED in the above pricing. NO SURCHARGES.
The legendary Raja Ampat archipelago to the northwest, Cenderawasih Bay to the North, and Triton Bay to the south, the variety of experiences available in West Papua range from unforgettable scuba dives, sea kayaking / SUP paddling across a constellation of beautiful islands, world-class hiking and bird-watching opportunities, and so much more.
Known as the Bird’s Head Seascape, this ecological treasure trove covers more than 225,000 square kilometer and is home to the world’s most bio diverse coral reefs. Exploring Raja Ampat and the surrounding Seascape is one of our signature trips aboard the Seven Seas – let us show you the very very best of this amazing paradise in Eastern Indonesia.
The islands of Raja Ampat invite you to explore, experience, immerse yourself in the stunning natural beauty of the Coral Triangle’s crown jewel.
From Wayag, Misool, Batanta, to the Fam Islands and Wagmab Island chain (just to name a few) – the variety of activities available in and around this natural wonderland are among the most diverse to be found on any liveaboard dive trip.
Explore the iconic islands of Wayag by sea kayak, pausing to take a swim on a secluded beach before paddling into a wonderland of shallow coral reefs and hidden coves. Karst limestone cliffs project like castle walls from the sapphire blue water – arguably one of the best places on earth to explore by sea kayak or stand up paddle board.
Further south, the beehive-shaped karst islands of the Wagmab Island chain offer a stunning network of kayaking and dive spots.
Divers dream of the legendary dive spots around Misool, where an encyclopedia’s worth of marine creatures can be found. The rocky islands to the Southeast of Misool offer excellent snorkeling as well as the chance to explore networks of caves and underground rivers.
An enormous atoll can be found in the Pacific waters to the north, around Ayau Island.
With so many highlights spread over such a wide area, and with land access difficult or non-existent, The Seven Seas liveaboard offers the perfect platform for getting the most out of your time in Raja Ampat.
You’ll wake up in a new, jaw-dropping destination every morning – spend the day diving, trekking the rainforest, sea kayaking, stand up paddling, or just pausing to take in another stunning panoramic view from the comfort of our upper lounge while sipping a sunset drink or enjoying a pre-dinner snack.
Our core itinerary usually requires the full fourteen days of cruising, allowing enough time to explore several of the highlights of Raja Ampat as well as allowing time to explore new areas away from the typical route.
For most divers, Raja Ampat is truly the trip of a lifetime – an unforgettable opportunity to experience one of the most incredible marine environments on the planet.
With more species than anywhere else on earth, diving in and around Raja Ampat can feel like the underwater equivalent of bird watching – you’ll have a chance to see species that you’ve not found anywhere else.
From rare invertebrates and coral species, all the way up to whale sharks, manta rays, dolphins, and even migrating orcas, sperm whales and baleen whales – Raja Ampat offers the ultimate variety of dive sites to suit even the most experienced underwater explorer.
From the unforgettable reefs of the Fam Island group, the pelagic fish and manta rays of the Dampier Strait, the incredible critter & macro diving at Batanta and Aljui Bay, to the beautiful coral gardens and snorkeling spots around Misool, you’ll have the chance to fill up your camera’s memory card (or your own memory bank) with something you’ve never seen underwater before.
Our newest cruises have ventured to Triton Bay, where divers and snorkelers have the chance to dive and snorkel with whale sharks (and sometimes dolphins) below the traditional ‘bagan’ used by local fishermen to catch small fish.
With new dives and snorkels discovered on many of our voyages here, your divemasters aboard the Seven Seas invite you to experience an unbelievable variety of dive spots in Raja Ampat.
11 Days/10 Nights or 13 Days/12 Nights
Raja Ampat Dive & Exploration Liveaboard Cruise
Seven Seas does not provide a day by day cruise itinerary for it’s cruises. Seven Seas reserves the right to change the travel itinerary or any agreed services, if force majeure, unforeseen or unavoidable circumstances require to do so.
Day 1: Sorong
Welcome aboard of the Seven Seas Phinisi Schooner. We start our journey to the Raja Ampat archipelago.
- Port of Sorong, Indonesia
- Boarding, 0 Dives
Day 2-12: Cruising Raja Ampat Archipelago
Cruising the islands of Raja Ampat invite you to explore, experience, immerse yourself in the stunning natural beauty of the Coral Triangle’s crown jewel.
- Raja Ampat, West Papua, Indonesia
- Daily diving and snorkeling
Day 11: Sorong
Disembarkation at Sorong harbor. Transport to your hotel or airport.
- Port of Sorong, Indonesia
- Check out - 0 Dives