Pulau Wayag, Raja Ampat
Located on the border of the Pacific Ocean to the north, and the Halmahera Sea to the west and south, Wayag is one of the most stunning spots in all of Indonesia. The island’s secluded beaches and vibrant underwater life are a perfect combination. Intrepid visitors may climb one of the steep green hills for a breathtaking view of the many mushroom-shaped islands surrounded by white sandy beaches and turquoise waters. On the other end of the spectrum, below the water, Pulau Wayag has a thriving coral reef that is accessible from the beach. Submarine explorations will provide views of thousands of fish, flamboyant invertebrates and the chance to see sea turtles in the blue of the sea.