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Too Many Fish, Maluku Islands

Too Many Fish Dive Site in Raja Ampat

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Information about Too Many Fish

Too Many Fish, located off the shores of Koon Island, is a dive site that lives up to its name with an abundance of marine life that will leave you in awe. This extraordinary site is a diver's paradise, teeming with colorful reef fish, impressive schools of barracuda, and the occasional sighting of majestic pelagics such as tuna and trevally. The vibrant coral gardens provide a stunning backdrop to this underwater spectacle, making it a must-visit destination for underwater photographers and marine life enthusiasts.

Diving at Too Many Fish offers an exhilarating experience with its excellent visibility and relatively mild currents, making it suitable for divers of all levels. The diverse marine ecosystem here includes a plethora of macro life, with nudibranchs, pygmy seahorses, and various crustaceans hiding among the corals. For those who prefer to stay above water, the nearby Koon Island offers opportunities for snorkeling, beach exploration, and wildlife watching, ensuring a memorable adventure for everyone.

Koon Island's Too Many Fish dive site is a gem in the heart of Indonesia's Coral Triangle, promising unforgettable encounters with marine biodiversity. Whether you're drifting along the coral slopes or marveling at the swirling fish schools, this dive site offers a vibrant and dynamic underwater experience.

Interesting facts about Too Many Fish

Getting there: The best way to reach Too Many Fish is by liveaboard, providing direct access to the dive site. Alternatively, you can fly to Ambon and take a boat from there to Koon Island.

Best time to visit Too Many Fish: The prime diving season is from October to April, when water temperatures range from 27°C to 30°C (81°F to 86°F), offering optimal diving conditions.

Diving Conditions: With depths ranging from 10 to 30 meters (33 to 100 feet) and visibility often exceeding 20 meters (65 feet), the site offers excellent conditions for observing a variety of marine life. Currents are generally mild, making it suitable for divers of all experience levels.

Our liveaboard trips: Several of our liveaboard vessels frequent Too Many Fish, with trips typically lasting 7-10 days. These excursions often include other premier dive sites in the region, providing a comprehensive diving experience.

A little known fact: The name "Too Many Fish" was coined by early divers who were astounded by the sheer volume of fish at this site, often describing the experience as diving in a "fish soup."

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Too Many Fish, Maluku Islands
Too Many Fish, Maluku Islands
Too Many Fish, Maluku Islands

Possible Activities in Too Many Fish

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