There are such reserved places in the world where you need to go urgently, without delaying for tomorrow. The natural beauty and cultural heritage of the local population flow away under the onslaught of civilization, like sand through fingers. The Indonesian Archipelago Raja Ampat is one of the first in the list.
“I had not time to see It-I lost it”. And there is something to lose: coral sculptures-islands, bat flocks circling at sunset “black cloud”, warm pools in “gothic” caves, mushroom-shaped mountains in the cap of mangrove forests, lakes of jellyfishes and dolphin packs ready to escort you from shore to yacht.
On average, for 100 yachts ready to show you the Indonesian islands, there is one successful crew. Yacht here has to be chartered: the success of this expedition is 99% determined by the cruise manager as a connoisseur of the region. And there are no non-managerial people here – you have to hire along with the yacht.
In the waters of Raja Ampat – yachts hundreds: spacious, attractive and fast. But all this makes no sense, if at the helm – an amorphous team. Lazy, intractable, without a spark and enthusiasm.
How far you will go in your discoveries, in this region the team decides. And also: how often will the sun shine (the crew respond to the weather change), and fresh fish appear on the table (knowledge of the points of sale), how long can you enjoy natural miracles without getting out of the water (vigilant control at a respectable distance), and how much there will be these discoveries (readiness to change the route as needed).