Join Orang Laut Raja Ampat

Contribute to the monitoring & management of
Raja Ampat Marine Park

Orang Laut Raja Ampat is open to any professional dive guide working in Raja Ampat, and any tourism operator (resort, liveaboard or homestay) in the region, with an interest in contributing to the monitoring, management and conservation of Raja Ampat’s Marine Protected Areas.  By joining this program, dive guides and operators make a commitment to regularly recording distribution and diversity of marine megafauna over space and time, tourism intensity and human induced degradation, whilst diving or snorkelling within the region.

Participants will receive training to further develop their environmental knowledge and the skills required to successfully be involved in the monitoring program.

Professional Dive Guides

Contact Us to register your interest in joining Orang Laut Raja Ampat. By participating in this project and receiving training, dive guides gain the opportunity to further develop environmental knowledge and ecological skills, connect with international tourists and visitors, and access to a personal digital logbook showcasing diving experience, skills and overall contribution to the better management of Raja Ampat Marine Park.

Tourism Operators

Contact Us to register interest in Orang Laut Raja Ampat.
Participating tourism operators (homestays, liveaboards, resorts) will receive training for their dive guides, access to innovative and interactive opportunities to enhance and enrich guests experience, whilst contributing to the better management of the Marine Park in which they operate.

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need to support our fieldwork.

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donors, the work doesn’t get done!

Donate

Click Here to make a donation.. without our
donors, the work doesn’t get done!

CHECK OUR WISHLIST

Click Here to see our Wishlist of skills or items need to support our fieldwork.