Experience the Magic of Raja Ampat: Liveaboard Dive Safari

November 18th to December 1st, 2025

Join us on an unforgettable 11-night liveaboard cruise exploring the breathtaking beauty of Raja Ampat. From the stunning limestone formations of Misool to the vibrant marine life of Waigeo, this liveaboard trip promises incredible diving experiences and captivating land-based activities. Dive into crystal-clear waters teeming with trevallies, sweetlips, and majestic mantas, all from the comfort of the Seahorse liveaboard with its friendly and professional crew. Whether you’re an advanced diver or a snorkeler seeking mesmerizing reefs, this trip offers something for everyone. With included amenities like accommodations, flights, and marine park fees, all you need to do is pack your sense of adventure and get ready for the trip of a lifetime!

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Raja Ampat Dive Safari Logistics


124,250,000 IDR

Prices are in Indonesia Rupiah; Click here to go to Xe.com


November 18th to December 1st, 2025

International airport

Denpasar, Bali


11 nights onboard and 2 nights in Jakarta (one night before and after the trip)

Group size

14 divers

Participation requirements

  • Advanced Open Water or its equivalent
  • Over 60 dives


  • Domestic airfares
  • Accommodation
  • Full-board in Raja Ampat
  • 33 boat dives
  • Diving tanks, weights, and marine park fees
  • Complimentary 32% Nitrox for Nitrox certified divers
  • National Park fee
  • Fuel surcharge

Not inlcuded

  • International flights
  • Travel and dive insurances
  • Dive equipment
  • 15 liter-tank
  • Meals on arrival and departure days
  • Personal expenses such as drinks and souvenirs
  • Gratuities

What to bring

  • Dive equipment
  • Clothes
  • Smile

About your guide

Claudine and Dan have visited Raja Ampat countless times and consider it one of their favorite diving destinations to do on a liveaboard in Indonesia. Komang is renowned as one of the best instructors and critter spotters on our team, ensuring you’ll be in good hands.

Your 13-Night Itinerary

This itinerary serves as a flexible outline and may be subject to changes.

Day 1: Welcome to Indonesia. First night in Jakarta at a hotel nearby to recharge before a night flight to Sorong.

Day 2: Upon morning arrival aboard the Seahorse, we set course for Misool. The day’s plan includes crew introductions, general briefings, equipment setup, relaxation, and ample feasting.

Days 3 to 11: Explore various areas of Raja Ampat, typically starting from Misool and journeying back to the Dampier Strait. Each day is customized based on group interests, guide recommendations, and weather conditions. A typical day begins with a light breakfast, followed by the first dive. After a hearty breakfast, there’s downtime before the second dive. Lunch is served onboard, followed by relaxation, an afternoon dive, and possibly a night dive or evening activity. Prepare for surprises!

Day 12: Goodbye to the beautiful Seahorse crew and off we go. A final night in Jakarta before flying home.

Day 13: Goodbye Indonesia, hello Home!

Some of our Favorite Raja Ampat Dive Sites



The Wayil area is filled with original dive sites such as Neptune Seafans, Wedding Cake and Four Kings. The current brings a lot of nutrients to those dive sites. Mantas can be seen in a few dive sites in this area, schools of fusilliers, trevallies and also different types of pygmy seahorses.



Nudi Rock, Tank Rock, Whale Rock—this area is covered in limestone formations with great diving around it. Turtles, mantas, reef sharks, schools of barracudas, and a plethora of critters and macro biodiversity inhabit these reefs. This is a must-dive in Misool!



Claudine’s favorite dive site, Magic Mountain, can never get boring. Sightings of oceanic mantas, sharks, groupers, napoleons, and travellies combined with a magnificent coral garden on a sea mount.



The prestigious landmark of Misool can be observed underwater at high tide or above water at low tide because of the one round-shaped windows (unfortunately the middle wall collapsed a few years back, as before 2020 we could observed 2 windows). The reef surrounding this little islet has a great variety of soft and hard coral and is also home to some schools of batfish. We can see cruising turtles, mantas and reef sharks as well. Close by there is also a perfect night dive spot where ghost pipefish, candy crabs and blue-ringed octopuses can be seen.



One of our favorite dive sites in Daram region is named Andiamo. It is memorable in terms of topography with its three pinnacles close to each other. Although the surge can be impressive, the underwater scenery can be majestic. Plenty of santa claus pygmy seahorses. Another famous dive site in the area is Candy Store …. and as it’s name claims it, it is a real colorful candy store down there with all its colorful soft coral.



Diving in the southwest of Batanta offers dive sites such as Happy Ending and Reflexions. With little coral patches and a lot of black-sand slopes, we can observe nudibranchs, cowries, frogfish, cuttlefish, octopus, shrimp and crabs of all sorts. With luck, we can see a flamboyant cuttlefish from time to time. Let’s not forget the woebegone sharks that find shelter in the area.



This is a site well known for its viewpoint. Penemu is also worth diving because it offers sites such as My Reef and Melissa’s Garden to name only the most famous ones. A great drift dive is offered as well in Keruo Channel, and we have encountered a few reefs sharks and sailfish in Tanjung Burung. Penemu is definitely a highlight of our liveaboard trip in Raja Ampat.



Symbolic island of Raja Ampat, Aerborek Beach is home to giant clams and a well-colonized wooden jetty. Mantas, schools of yellowstripe scad, juvenile batfish, walking sharks and more call it home.



A little channel between the two islands gives us the opportunity to not only do some peaceful kayaking but also either diving or snorkelling in the mangroves. The roots of the mangroves are filled with soft coral and also a funny-looking fish, the banded archer fish. Sunset is a good time to get in the water to watch some mandarin fish sexy action.



Cape Kri is a legendary dive site in this region, boasting the world record for the highest number of fish species recorded in a single dive. Positioned at the northeast tip of Kri Island, its strong currents between Kri and Koh Islands attract an array of marine life, from barracudas to Spanish mackerel. With additional sites like Blue Magic, Mike’s Point, Mioskon, and Yenbuba Jetty in Mansuar, the excitement never ceases.

Why Choose Raja Ampat as Your Next Dive Destination?

Incredible sceneries all day, every day with the limestone formation and dense tropical vegetation

Liveaboard experience with top comfort and delicious food

The biggest marine biodiversity in the world

Experienced tour guide from Abyss on board

Consider Other Destinations & Dates

North Sulawesi