Boo Island

  • Boo Island

     Boo Island

    From the surface area you will find a couple of boulders set aside through a little expanse of water, down below you will find Raja Ampat’s wealth underwater life at the ready to be discovered. The very first thing you will find while you go down your BCD and plummet through to this vivid reef, can be a huge swim through in superficial water where a few divers can sink into all at once. This can be typically done by the end with the dive as there is a lot to check out before carrying this out.

    Initially you will work the right path across a wall that typically features a great deal of the reason why Raja Ampat is extraordinary. Dendronephyta soft corals, barrel sponges, gorgonians as well as other varieties of acropora just about all contend for breathing space of such a brilliantly colored panorama of the blue. You should definitely check out the seawhips as well while you might be ready to see little commensal shrimps hanging on them, hidden within an indistinguishable green to that within their houses.
    Across the wall, and everywhere else in this particular dive site really are a large number of nudibranchs and this includes Phyllidia nigra, Phyllidia elegans and Chromodoris willani. The wall will morph right into an inclined reef prior to giving route to a reef ledge, while you cruise across throughout scenery that appears to alter every matter of minutes.

    What exactly does not alter may be the number of marine critters which could get into sight with schools of surgeonfish, unicornfish and blue dash fusiliers spilling over close to you in huge numbers. In addition, watch out for more uncommon reef dwellers including octopus hanging out in most of the reef’s fissures, their recognizing eyes observing you a lot more than you might be seeing them. Stripy sea kraits may also be not unusual, searching across the reef while they look for food items.

    Green turtles may also be encountered getting some shut-eye and unsurprisingly appreciating the scene as brilliant blue as well as yellow angelfish, oriental sweetlips, titan triggerfish, and many varieties of butterflyfish occupy the water. You will also find several massive Platax teira batfish which have been dweller within this populous and wonderful Raja Ampat dive site.

    Dive Experience Level: Newbie to Intermediate
    Surface Conditions: Calm
    Depth: 5 meters to 30 meters
    Visibility: 5 meters to 25 meters
    Currents: None to Moderate
    Water Temperature: 26°C to 30°C
    Best Time to Dive: February and November
    How to Get There: Dive boats and liveaboards in Raja Ampat