Raja Ampat

The Raja Ampat Islands are an archipelago that surrounds the western end of the great island of New Guinea.

Widely considered earth’s most bio-diverse coral reefs, this area contains over 540 species of hard coral and 1320 reef fish species, far surpassing any other tropical reef system.

Due to their remoteness and low human population in the area, these reefs are healthy, but face increasing threats. 

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