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DIN Kri Island

Discover the Spectacular Marine Life of Kri Island

Dive into the Rich Biodiversity and Crystal-clear Waters of Kri Island

What you need to know about Kri

Kri Island, located in the heart of Raja Ampat, is renowned for its spectacular diving opportunities and unmatched marine biodiversity. This picturesque island, surrounded by crystal-clear waters, is home to some of the most vibrant coral reefs in Indonesia. Divers at Kri Island can expect to encounter a stunning array of marine life, from large schools of fish and majestic manta rays to tiny critters perfect for macro photography.

The dive sites around Kri Island cater to all experience levels, with depths ranging from 5 to 30 meters (16 to 98 feet) and visibility often exceeding 30 meters (98 feet). One of the most famous dive sites, Cape Kri, holds the world record for the highest number of fish species recorded in a single dive. In addition to its underwater attractions, Kri Island offers beautiful beaches and opportunities for snorkeling, kayaking, and exploring the lush tropical landscape.

Our liveaboard trips provide the best way to experience the wonders of Kri Island. With knowledgeable guides, comfortable accommodations, and a commitment to sustainable tourism, we ensure you have an unforgettable adventure in one of Raja Ampat's most spectacular diving destinations.

Interesting facts about Kri Island

Getting there: The best way to explore Kri Island is by liveaboard, offering convenient access to the premier dive sites. Alternatively, you can fly to Sorong and take a speedboat to the island.

Best time to visit Kri Island: The prime diving season is from October to April, with water temperatures ranging from 27°C to 30°C (81°F to 86°F). This period offers calm seas and optimal diving conditions.

Diving Conditions: Kri Island features dive sites with depths ranging from 5 to 30 meters (16 to 98 feet) and visibility often exceeding 30 meters (98 feet). The currents can vary from mild to strong, providing exciting drift dives and encounters with large pelagics.

Our liveaboard trips: Our liveaboard vessels frequently visit Kri Island as part of longer Raja Ampat itineraries, typically lasting 7-10 days. These trips often include other iconic dive sites such as Blue Magic and Sardine Reef.

A little-known fact: Cape Kri, one of the dive sites around Kri Island, holds the world record for the highest number of fish species recorded in a single dive, making it a must-visit spot for marine enthusiasts.

Pictures of Kri

Kri, Raja Ampat
Kri, Raja Ampat
Kri Beach View from the Ocean, Raja Ampat

Our trips to Kri


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