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Uranie Island, Raja Ampat

Explore Uranie Island in Raja Ampat

Dive into the Untouched Serenity of Uranie Island’s Pristine Waters

What you need to know about Uranie Island

Uranie Island, nestled in the heart of Indonesia, is a hidden gem for divers seeking pristine underwater landscapes and vibrant marine biodiversity. Located in the remote Raja Ampat archipelago, Uranie Island offers an unparalleled diving experience with its crystal-clear waters, thriving coral reefs, and an abundance of marine life.

This destination stands out due to its untouched beauty and the variety of activities it offers. Divers can explore numerous dive sites teeming with colorful fish, majestic manta rays, and even the occasional whale shark. The island's reefs are in excellent condition, providing stunning backdrops for underwater photography. Besides diving, visitors can enjoy snorkeling, kayaking, and guided nature walks, making Uranie Island a perfect destination for adventurers and nature lovers alike.

One of the highlights of diving around Uranie Island is the incredible biodiversity. The coral gardens are home to a myriad of species, including pygmy seahorses, nudibranchs, and large pelagic fish. The island’s location within the Coral Triangle ensures a rich marine ecosystem, making every dive a unique and unforgettable experience.

Interesting facts about Uranie Island Island

Getting there: The best way to reach Uranie Island is by liveaboard, providing direct access to its remote and pristine dive sites. Alternatively, you can fly to Sorong and board a boat from there.

Best time to visit Uranie Island is from October to April when water temperatures range from 27°C to 30°C (81°F to 86°F). These months offer optimal diving conditions and peak marine life activity.

Diving Conditions: Uranie Island features water depths ranging from 5 to 40 meters (16 to 131 feet) with mostly mild currents. This makes it suitable for divers of all experience levels, with excellent visibility often exceeding 25 meters (82 feet).

Our liveaboard trips: Several liveaboard vessels operate in the region, typically offering trips lasting 7-10 days. These excursions often include other iconic Raja Ampat sites, such as Misool and the Dampier Strait, ensuring a comprehensive and memorable diving adventure.

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Uranie Island, Raja Ampat

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