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Pantai Pinsilim Kampung Yenwaupnor Kec Meos Mansar Kab. Raja Ampat, 98484 Papua Barat

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  • 04  Services
  • 04.05  Marine Tourism and Charter
  • 04.05.08  Sailing Cruises / Traditional Sail Boats / Tall Ships

Sailing Cruises / Traditional Sail Boats / Tall Ships

  • 08  Diving
  • 08.02  Services (Diving)
  • 08.02.02  Diving Trips

Diving Trips

  • 08  Diving
  • 08.02  Services (Diving)
  • 08.02.03  Diving Centers

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Product category: Diving Centers


Our dive team currently consists of:
  • 11 skilled Indonesian dive guides, which are trained to up-to-date standards,
  • 4 dive guide trainees from surrounding villages,
  • 5 multinational PADI instructors, with various specialties,
  • 10 highly trained and experienced boat drivers,
  • 10 helpful and attentive boat crew members,
  • and 2 compressor technicians,
  • all of whom are happy to assist you at our PADI 5 Star Dive Center.
The Papua Explorers management team consists of a variety of nationalities, namely Indonesia, Germany, France, Australia and Turkey. We are determined to employ and train a majority of local Papuan staff in all departments.

We offer Diving Packages and Non-Diving Packages to suit all our guests; from the avid diver to those who prefer a combination of diving and land based activities.

Diving Package:
This all-inclusive package includes accommodation and diving, and is suitable for those that wish to get in as many spectacular Raja Ampat dives as they can!
Our Diving Package includes:
– 3 boat dives per day (excluding arrival and departure days)
– unlimited house reef dives
– “The Passage” day trip
– scuba tanks, weight belts, guide, beach towel, morning tea
– Free nitrox (excluding night dives)

Non Diving Package:
This package includes accommodation only, and dives and snorkels are charged at our standard rates. This package is suitable for those that wish to spend a little more time relaxing in their hammock, enjoying massages, or experiencing any of our other land based activities.

Safety is very important to us at Papua Explorers Resort. We maintain and review all our equipment and facilities frequently with respect to safety. Also we train our dive staff monthly in emergency oxygen provider skills.

Our diving fleet is currently composed as follows: we have 7 daily diving boats (with a capacity of 6 divers per boat) and 2 diving-and-transfer boats (for 8 divers or 14 guests during transfer), all of which are equipped with DAN emergency oxygen sets, 2-way-marine-radios, emergency first response medical sets. In addition, the guest transfer boats are equipped with GPS, life jackets, fire  extinguishers. On full day trips we equip the boats with satellite phones to provide extra safety.

All our facilities and bungalows are equipped with fire extinguishers and we implement and on site  and on board emergency action plan in multiple languages.

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Product category: Diving Trips


Raja Ampat diving casts a spell on all who descend into its abundant waters – scientists, photographers, novice and lifetime divers alike.

Lying in the heart of the Coral Triangle, the Raja Ampat holds the prestigious title as the most marine bio-diverse place on earth – quite a title; but also fact. At its most recent count in 2011 the region of Raja Ampat was recognized to contain 1427 reef fishes, over 600 coral species (75% of the world’s coral species can be found here), not to mention the pelagic life that is abundant in the area.

Raja Ampat diving is breathtakingly spectacular, and truly unforgettable. Hard and soft corals compete for space on reefs that are bursting with life and colour. Swarms of small fish such as damsels, fusiliers and anthias mill about on the reef flats, while not too far away the large schools of tuna, trevally and mackerel congregate. Batfish, surgeonfish and barracuda aggregate around jettys and reef points, while angel and butterflyfish decorate both the reef flats and jagged coral towers that are home to abundant marine life. Large fish species include napoleon wrasse, bumpheads and giant sweetlips, and being in shark sanctuary not a day goes by where divers don’t spot one of the many species of reef shark in the area. And of course, there are the manta rays: reef mantas at nearby cleaning stations, the majestic oceanic manta in open water, and during the right season any given dive site may yield magnificent mantas gliding by.There are really no words to describe diving in Raja Ampat, it must be experienced and is truly unforgettable, and diving over 50 sites in the area we ensure all our guest visit all of the abundant highlights this region has to offer.

Located within 30 minutes of most of our dive sites, Raja Ampat’s spectacular underwater world is easily accessible by boat.

Currents and Diver Experience Level
The waters of Raja Ampat are highly rich in nutrients, and the Dampier Strait (our location) is especially nutrient-rich due its fast moving currents. Nutrient rich water, and fast moving currents make the perfect environment for an abundance of marine life, including migrating mammals and pelagic species. However, such nutrient-rich water can mean low visibility at times (typically 15-20 m), and the majority of our dive sites will have current in varying degrees, from mild through to very strong, depending on the tides and moon. We recommend for you to bring your own reef hook, as these assist you during dives with stronger current.

Some dive sites are not suitable for beginners or anyone that doesn’t feel comfortable in currents. Our dive guides check the current direction and strength before the divers get in the water and change the dive plan or site if necessary. Our dive groups are maximum 6 people and we have a head dive guide and an assistant guide in each group.

We have a check dive for everyone and we make the groups according to the level of experience. We ease all divers into the currents by starting the dives with sites that get mild currents. There are enough sites with mild current to complete a week diving without going to the dive sites that get strong currents. However, you might also miss some of the highlights of Raja Ampat diving.

If you haven’t dived for 2 years or longer, we would recommend to get a refresher course to ease you back into scuba diving. We would also strongly recommend the Advanced Open Water Diver Course as it would enable you to dive to a bigger range of dive sites and maintain a perfect buoyancy to protect the pristine coral and marine life here.

Diver Safety
All divers are required to bring their own safety buoys and whistles with them when coming to our resort. It is mandatory for all divers to have dive insurance to be able to dive with Papua Explorers. Waisai (45 minutes from our location by boat) has a Hyperbaric Chamber, however costs for treatment and further transportation can be extremely high in case of an emergency. Therefore, all dives are planned and executed without deco stops and it is mandatory for all divers to use a dive computer. All divers are required to follow their guide and guide instructions while diving with Papua Explorers.

Highlights include:
Manta Point: 20 min Mike’s Point: 10 min
Cape Kri: 15 min Sardines Reef: 25 min
Mioskon: 25 min Blue Magic: 25 min
Odtima: 5 min Chicken Reef: 25 min
The Passage: 45 min Hidden Bay: 30 min

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About us

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Bringing together over 25 years of dive industry experience from all over the world, our management team is comprised of a team of 7 people (including 6 instructors) with a collective 12 years experience working in the Raja Ampat region.

All of our managers are passionate divers and nature enthusiasts, and we take great pride and joy in sharing our resort and this region with all of our guests. A diverse team, our managers come from Indonesia, France, Germany, Australia and Turkey, and together we work hard to ensure that our resort exceeds our guest’s expectations in every way; from our restaurant, rooms, and of course the diving experience.

The Papua Explorers family also includes between 70-80 local staff, 70% of whom come from local villages, and our knowledge of the Dampier Strait and surrounding area is exceptional.

We look forward to welcoming you here at Papua Explorers, and immersing you in the abundance of amazing places, above and below the water, within Raja Ampat.

Please contact us here if you have any questions about our Resort or the area.