South Indonesia Charter Itinerary
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South Indonesia Sample Itinerary
Sorong to Sorong
South East Misool
The Southern Region of RAJA AMPAT ("The Four Kings") represents an astonishing destination for relaxation, exploration and adventure
Yachting to Misool and Kofiau islands is the guarantee of an unforgettable holiday in a very exclusive location of RAJA AMPAT
RAJA AMPAT is considered the most biodiverse marine environment in the world.
Exploring Misool and Kofiau will provide a unique opportunity to experience fantastic local environments such as the Tomolol Caves and the Bluewater Mangroves.
Day 1 – Sorong to South East Misool - Guests fly into Sorong Airport, West Papua.
Sorong is a dynamic city surrounded by mountains, hills, lowlands and protected forests. Sorong sits at the northwestern tip of the Vogelkop and is the second-biggest city of Papua. Transfer by car to the tender and then to the yacht.
Welcome onboard! After a warm welcome by the dedicated crew, short transfer to South East Misool.
Day 2,3,4 – South East Misool - Misool is the southernmost one of Raja Ampat's four main islands, located closer to the Central Malukan island of Seram than to Waigeo or even Sorong. Few visitors include Misool in their Raja Ampat itinerary, but, those who do make it here, are likely to be stunned. Misool offers scenery that easily rivals, maybe even beats, that of much more famous Wayag, and its attractions are certainly far more diverse. A real gem!
Wake up in the karst limestone scenery that seems to go on forever, numerous high quality dive sites in the area offer some of the world's richest reefs. Enjoy days filled with speedboat races or paddleboard adventures through limestone labyrinths. Snorkel and dive in the Marine Protected Area of the Misool Eco Resort.
Thanks to the no fishing policy regulation, in the area, you can experience a true abundance of marine life!
Day 5 Tomolol Caves - With all this limestone around, it is not surprising that there are also several caves to explore. The 3 Tomolol's flooded caves present stunning scenery, centuries old rock paintings and cliff side burial grounds.
Misool's most famous and most visited cave is Tomolol Cave which has a whole river-sized waterway flowing out through it, and can be entered by speed boat . The cave is a sacred site for the local people. While Tomolol Cave is the most famous, there are many more caves and they may be entered on foot for viewing stalactites, bats, etc.
Day 6 Bluewater Mangroves, Nampale Island - Discover off the west tip of Misool Island, a group of low lying, mangrove islands which on a rising tide enjoy spectacular visibility.
This site presents unique diving and snorkelling conditions as the soft corals grow right on the mangrove root structures. A speedboat support is essential as saltwater crocodiles have been seen in the area!
Day 7 – Kofiau, overnight passage to Sorong - Kofiau is definitely the least visited major island in the region. It has been ignored for such a long time that several new species of birds were discovered on the island just in the last decade or so.
Still inhabited by its native population, a visit to the stilt village called Kampung Deer in the northern bay is a must.
Take advantage of this very specific corner of the earth; bird watching and diving are absolutely fantastic!
Transfer back to Sorong.
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