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Jef Pele, Raja Ampat

Jef Pele Island Dive Site near Misool

Discover the Untouched Beauty of Raja Ampat

Information about Jef Pele Wall

Jef Pele Island, located near the stunning Misool in Raja Ampat, is a hidden paradise for divers seeking unspoiled underwater landscapes. This remote island offers some of the most pristine diving conditions in the region, featuring vibrant coral reefs, diverse marine life, and crystal-clear waters. Jef Pele Island’s unique topography includes steep walls, sloping reefs, and fascinating underwater formations, making it an exciting destination for divers of all levels.

Visibility at Jef Pele Island ranges from 20 to 30 meters (65 to 98 feet), providing excellent conditions for underwater photography and marine observation. The water temperature remains a comfortable 27-30°C (81-86°F) throughout the year. Divers can expect to encounter a wide variety of marine species, including colorful reef fish, nudibranchs, and larger pelagics such as reef sharks and manta rays. The currents around Jef Pele can vary, adding an element of adventure to each dive.

Whether you are an experienced diver looking for a new challenge or a novice eager to explore Raja Ampat’s underwater treasures, Jef Pele Island near Misool promises a breathtaking and unforgettable diving experience.

Interesting facts about Jef Pele Wall

Getting there: The best way to reach Jef Pele Island is by liveaboard, offering easy access to the remote and pristine dive sites around Misool. Alternatively, you can fly to Sorong and join a liveaboard from there.

Best time to visit Jef Pele Island: The ideal time for diving at Jef Pele Island is from October to April, with water temperatures ranging from 27°C to 30°C (81°F to 86°F). Visibility is excellent during these months, ensuring optimal diving conditions.

Diving Conditions: Jef Pele Island features depths from 5 to 30 meters (16 to 98 feet), with varying currents that add to the excitement. This site is suitable for divers of all experience levels, though some areas may require advanced skills.

Our liveaboard trips: Several of our liveaboard vessels visit Jef Pele Island, typically on trips lasting 7-10 days. These expeditions often include other top dive sites in Raja Ampat, such as Fiabacet and Boo Windows, ensuring a comprehensive diving experience.

A little-known fact: Jef Pele Island is renowned for its incredible biodiversity, home to rare species such as the halimeda ghost pipefish, making it a favorite spot for macro photographers.

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