- Travel Info
Liveaboard: Seasafari 8
Destination: Raja Ampat, Indonesia
Embarkation/Disembarkation: Sorong, Indonesia
Trip Dates: 13th March 2016 - 19th February 2015
Duration: 7 Days 6 Nights
Promotion Price: USD 2,320nett (Usual Price: USD2,900)
Accommodation: Lower deck room
Meals (breakfast, lunch, dinner)
Tea/coffee, bottled water, tea-time snacks
Compressor, regular air fills 3000 psi or 200 bar, tank, weight belt
Certified Dive Master (ratio 1 DM : 5 divers)
Guided land excursions
Cruise Accident Insurance
Harbor and anchor fee
Government tax 10%
- Raja Ampat national park fees
International/domestic airfare and airport tax
Personal diving equipment (available for rent) and battery
Raja ampat entrance fee or Cendrawasih Fee
Gratuities to guide and crew (we recommend a tip at least $ 10 - 30 USD per day)
Mobilization and demobilization (empty run) rate is applied if sailing started outside of the boat HOMEBASE
No refund, cancellation or amendments allowed upon confirmation of booking.
In the event of no show, booking will be forfeited.
Sea Safari 8 has comfort for both diving liveaboard,with the highest standard of safety cruising experience.
She has a total of 12 cabins which comfortably accommodate up to 27 guests. There are 8 lower deck cabins and 4 middle deck cabins. All cabins are air-conditioned and a comes with a private bathroom with water heater.
Seasafari 8 has an air-conditioned restaurant completed with TV and DVD, karaoke room and cocktail bar. Nitrox is also available onboard.
Day 2 (Kri & Mansuar Island)
DAY 3 (Erborek Island & Yanggefo Island)
DAY 4 (Sawinggari Village & Krupiar Island)
DAY 5 (Waigeo Island, Gam Island & Friwin Bonda Island)
DAY 6 (Mioskon Island)
Travelers arriving into Indonesia must have a minimum of a 6-month validity left on their passports. Citizens of most countries can obtain visa-on-arrival at their first point-of-entry in Indonesia (USD 25 for 30 days, extendable for another 30 days). Certain nationalities, however, are required to obtain a visa from the Indonesian Embassy in their home countries before travel to Indonesia.
Due to the remoteness of diving destination, we strongly advise our guests to take good travel insurance that includes emergency medical evacuation, baggage loss/damage, and cancellation policy. A valid dive accident insurance (such as DAN) must be carried by divers on our liveaboard.
Consult your physician for necessary vaccinations prior to your travel to Indonesia. Malaria risk is present in some parts of the country, particularly In Papua. Take precautions with malaria prophylactics (malarone and doxicycline are recommended), but avoid the use of Lariam due to its side-effects and ineffectiveness in the region. Booster injections for intestinal diseases, Hepatitis A and B are also highly recommended.
For more information, please kindly refer to itinerary section.