Indonesia is the world's largest archipelago comprising some 17,000 islands spread out over more than 3200 miles.
Triton Bay is one of the most remote areas of Indonesia. Few divers have visited this area due to its distance from civilization. On the eastern edge of Indonesia, most of its reefs remain unexplored. Like Triton Bay, the reefs surrounding Raja Ampat's 1500 islands are home to some of the richest variety of fish and coral species in the world. Lush soft and hard corals, fans and sponges in every color surrounded by schools of bait fish, fusiliers and rainbow runners attract larger fish such as tuna, mackeral and groupersVery remote areas; of the thousands of islands, very few are populated.