Raja Ampat, a chain of 1,500 small islands and cays in New Guinea, Indonesia is quickly becoming one of the most popular diving locations in the world. Leading the charge is Misool Eco Resort, an exclusive dive resort and conservation center located in the southern part of Raja Ampat, Indonesia. Their private resort island is nestled deep in a vast archipelago of uninhabited islands, in the heart of marine biodiversity. If you thought it would cost and arm and a leg to stay at the eco resort you’re wrong. Water cottages start at $131 per night per person and they offer scuba packages for about $75 bucks. A real win for anyone looking for some world class diving at a bargain.
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