As part of their series of 2016 Diving & Snorkeling Guides, authors Tim Rock and Simon Pridmore have produced a brand new guide to Raja Ampat & Northeast Indonesia.
Diving or snorkeling in this remote region at the edge of the Pacific Ocean is a life affirming, bucket-list-topping experience! Abundantly rich in marine life, these seas are proving to be a gift for divers that keeps on giving. Raja Ampat is the superstar destination, but other areas such as Cenderawasih Bay, Triton Bay and Southwest Halmahera are shining brightly too and acquiring similarly mythical status.
This richly illustrated, detailed and informative guide is the first to cover all of these incredible places! It tells and shows you – the adventurous travelling diver – what to expect from this remote, fascinating and often downright astonishing part of the world. It will help you plan your trip, enhance your experience when you get there and provide you with the best possible souvenir of your visit.
And once you have been there, it will whet your appetite for adventures ahead – because you WILL be back!
The guide includes over 100 dive & snorkel sites, 240 color images, travel advice, dive safety tips, topside attractions, diving terms in Indonesian and much, much more.
Paperback 180 pages
eBook File Size: 117,994 KB
Published by Createspace & Mantaray Publishing
Sold by: Amazon Worldwide / iTunes / Blurb
ISBN-10: 1530798981: ISBN-13: 978-1530798988
Tim Rock is an internationally published photojournalist who specializes in the ocean realm. Based on Guam in the Western Pacific Ocean, Rock is the author of numerous Lonely Planet Diving & Snorkeling guides and has awards for print and TV work. An Indonesia visitor for four decades, he has visited the Raja Ampat area over 20 times. His website: www.timrock.photoshelter.com
Simon Pridmore is the bestselling author of Scuba Confidential – An Insider’s Guide to Becoming a Better Diver. Now living in Indonesia, he has spent the last 20 years at the sharp end of the scuba diving scene in Asia, pioneering mixed-gas deep diving, running an instructor training agency, organizing expeditions, developing dive equipment and writing for divers and travellers. His website: www.simonpridmore.com
Tim and Simon have previously collaborated on the Diving & Snorkeling Guide to Bali, now in its fifth edition for 2016.
Simon Pridmore lives in the deep south of Bali among the fascinating contradictions that make up modern-day Indonesia. He has spent the last 20 years at the sharp end of the scuba diving scene in Asia, pioneering mixed-gas deep diving, running an instructor training agency, organizing expeditions, developing dive equipment and writing for divers and travelers.