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Boo Window, Misool, Raja Ampat

Boo Window in Misool, Raja Ampat

Explore the Iconic Limestone Formations and Swim-Throughs of Boo Window

Information about Boo Window

Boo Window, located near the eastern tip of the Boo Island chain in Misool, Raja Ampat, is renowned for its breathtaking limestone formations and natural swim-throughs. This iconic site is named after the two large windows or swim-throughs that pierce through the limestone rock, creating a unique and mesmerizing underwater landscape. These windows offer divers and snorkelers a stunning view of the vibrant marine life framed by the rugged rock formations.

The topography of Boo Window is truly remarkable. The two rocky outcroppings are connected underwater by a ridge, creating a diverse underwater environment that is teeming with life. Schools of fish, including fusiliers, snappers, and trevally, are often seen swirling around the formations. The shallow waters are filled with colorful corals, sea fans, and an array of critters, making it an ideal spot for underwater photography and exploration.

Although Boo Window is primarily known as a dive site, its striking beauty and unique geological features make it a must-visit for all nature lovers. The crystal-clear waters and rich biodiversity provide an unforgettable experience, whether you're diving, snorkeling, or simply marveling at the scenery from a boat.

Interesting facts about Boo Window

Getting there: The best way to explore Boo Window is by liveaboard, providing seamless access to the remote site. Alternatively, you can fly to Sorong and take a boat from there.

Best time to visit Boo Window: The ideal time to visit is from October to April, when the weather is calm, and the water visibility is at its best. Water temperatures range from 27°C to 30°C (81°F to 86°F).

Activities: Boo Window offers excellent opportunities for diving and snorkeling. The unique swim-throughs and vibrant marine life make it a favorite among underwater photographers.

Our liveaboard trips: Our liveaboard vessels frequently include Boo Window in their itineraries, typically lasting 7-10 days. These trips also visit other Misool highlights such as Magic Mountain and Fiabacet.

A little-known fact: The name "Boo Window" comes from the two aquamarine windows in the rock that are visible from both above and below the water, creating a surreal and captivating sight for divers and snorkelers alike.

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Boo Window, Misool, Raja Ampat
Boo Window, Misool Raja Ampat

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