Journey with us onboard the beautiful Amira Liveaboard for a 12-day dive safari to the most remote and iconic regions of Raja Ampat in comfort and style.  The beauty of diving the expansive marine reserve that is Raja Ampat by liveaboard is that we’ll have the freedom to travel where we choose, and you can be sure that we’ll be heading to the remote regions of the Raja Ampat archipelago to dive over and around secluded reefs, pinnacles, and ridges packed with marine life.

Amira Liveaboard sailing

Raja Ampat is a massive area and really the only way to see the whole area – from north’s Dampier Straight to Misool in the south- is by liveaboard. The Amira Liveaboard is a luxury dive vessel with years of experience running dive safaris and crewed by a highly skilled team with an innate knowledge of this region

Marine Life Guide

Additional information

Duration12 nights
MonthOct, Nov, Dec
Max Group Size18 People

Misool snorkel safari map

Day 1 - Arrive in Jakarta

Arrive into Jakarta International Airport (CGK) and check into the Jakarta Terminal Hotel and relax until it’s time to check in for your late-night flight to Sorong.

Day 2 - Jakarta to Sorong, Board the Amira

Fly Jakarta to Sorong. The Amira crew will be there to greet you and take you by car to the harbor for boarding. After your welcome, orientation, and safety briefings, you will be shown to your cabins so that you can settle in.
Amira Liveaboard sailing

Day 2 - 10 - Onboard The Amira

Each day begins with a “light” breakfast before starting a site briefing for your first dive of the day. Via Amira’s large tender boats, dive groups will be dropped at the designated dive sites.
After the first dive you will return to the boat and dry off. There will be dry towels waiting on the dive deck. A full hot breakfast will then be served. After breakfast you will hit the water again for another dive.
Return to the main boat for a delicious lunch (either served buffet style or plated, usually 2 – 3 courses). After a little break to allow our food to digest, you will prepare for the third dive of the day. Afterward, there is usually a snack and hot beverage served (you will not go hungry on this cruise!), before you enter the water for a sunset or night dive, depending on the conditions and sites in the vicinity.
sun shining through mangroves with coral reef below
Dinner is a 3 – 4 course meal. The Amira can cater for most dietary requirements, with some notice.
Evenings are spent looking through fish ID books, chatting in the spacious lounge, or enjoying the night sky from the deck.

Day 11 - Final day of diving

Final day of diving with 2 scheduled dives – before sailing back towards the harbor in Sorong. You will spend the night onboard.
Aerial view of Raja Ampat Islands

Day 12 - Disembark and return to Jakarta

After breakfast and check-out, start preparing for disembarkation. You will then transfer to the Sorong airport and check in for your onward flight to Jakarta.
Please speak to a member of our team before booking any international flights. We are also available to help should you like assistance with booking these flights.

The Amira

Amira Liveaboard sailing

Amira is one of Indonesia’s newest purpose built vessels, built in 2010 using traditional methods of construction and design, she offers an authentic Indonesian experience. Amira is backed by an experienced crew who have been exploring these waters for many years. On board you can expect plenty of space to relax and soak up the atmosphere.

View of Amira Liveaboard from the bedroom

In total there are 10 cabins which host a maximum of 18 guests. All are equipped with individually controlled air conditioning plus an extra fan, mini-safe, and en-suite bathroom with hot/cold water shower. The spacious dive deck enables easy and efficient  snorkel preparation whilst tender zodiacs are on call for speedy drops offs and pickups, Amira Liveaboard also boasts it’s own dedicated camera room for preparation in comfort.

Vessel Guide

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    Tour Dates


    Amira – Raja Ampat Liveaboard | 26 Oct – 07 November

    Land Price – US$6,675 / £5,340 per person

    How to book your place?

    Initial deposit to secure your booking $400 per person

    12 Months before departure interim payment of $600 per person

    6 Months before departure interim payment of $1000 per person

    Balance due 3 months before departure


    • Domestic flights in Economy Class with 40 Ibs of luggage allowance
    • One night at Jakarta Airport Hotel at start of the trip
    • Group transfers throughout
    • 11 Nights on-board the Amira Liveaboard and full board
    • Services of Snorkel Venture guide throughout
    • Snorkel sessions as specified


    • International flights
    • Snorkeling equipment
    • Port clearance & Harbour tax: USD 115 per person
    • National park fee & Local fee: USD 145 per person
    • Distance fee: USD 125 per person
    • Tips
    • Travel insurance
    • Soft drinks and alcoholic drinks, laundry and general sundries

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    Amira Liveaboard sailing
    Aerial view of Raja Ampat Islands
    View of Amira Liveaboard from the top deck
    school of batfish in coral reef
    manta ray feeding on the surface
    View of Amira Liveaboard from the dining room
    school a chevron barracuda
    diver surrounded by orange soft coral
    underwater photographer over soft coral and fish
    diver above oceanic manta ray
    octopus standing up
    blue ring octopus
    tornado of jack fish over coral reef
    denise pigmy seahorse
    Aerial view of Raja Ampat Islands
    Large school of fish over coral reef
    Lagoon in Raja Ampat
    large school of fish in front of orange sea fan
    two batfish beneath island
    diver with napoleon wrasse
    diver in underwater tunnel
    Split shot of coral reef below and raja ampat islands above
    diver with octopus
    diver photographing coral reef
    diver in underwater cave looking at coral