Exploring the Biodiversity of Raja Ampat, Indonesia

The Wayag Islands northwest of Waigeo in the Raja Ampat Islands, West Papua, Indonesia.  These uninhabited islands are a classic example of uplifted kart formations, and surrounded by spectacular coral reefs.

The Wayag Islands northwest of Waigeo in the Raja Ampat Islands, West Papua, Indonesia. These uninhabited islands are a classic example of uplifted kart formations, and surrounded by spectacular coral reefs.

Indonesia is one of the biologically richest countries in the world, and I have had a long-term interest in exploring remote corners of this amazing country.  From the rain forests of Borneo to the coral reefs of the Raja Ampat Islands, to the mountains of Papua, I have made dozens of expeditions all over the archipelago, and will continue to do so in coming years.  There is so much to explore here.

See my full gallery of images of the biodiversity of the Raja Ampat Islands at www.timlaman.com.

 

 

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