This exclusive private island resort and conservation centre is nestled amongst uninhabited islands in the south of the vast Raja Ampat archipelago.
Fringed with powder white sand beaches protected by stunning clear lagoons and abundant reefs, Misool Eco Resort is in a remote location and has been built to accommodate all of life’s little comforts.
There are eight deluxe water cottages and the choice of three luxurious villas all built from salvaged driftwood and free-fallen timbers collected in the local area. The resort operates pre-set departure dates annually.
Photographers will appreciate easy access to the house reef and the chance to capture (on camera!) the walking epaulette shark. Other diving experiences include a manta cleaning station, mobula rays hunting anchovies and an abundance of pelagics. 20 world-class dive sites can all be found within a ten minute boat ride from the resort. Nitrox is available.
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Diving the spectacular reefs of Raja Ampat from a resort offers visitors a world-class experience. The remote location at the heart of the Coral Triangle presents an incredible diversity of wildlife.
When to go: Jan-Dec
Duration inc. flights: 15 days
Price inc. flights: From £3,875 pp
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Known as ‘The Four Kings’, Raja Ampat is an archipelago of majestic islands at the epicentre of the Coral Triangle. Relatively unexplored until recently, it is the most biodiverse marine region on earth and is now at the top of many divers’ wish lists.
Ideal for viewing: manta ray, bumphead parrotfish, pygmy seahorse, napoleon wrasse, tassled wobbegong shark