Photos - Raja Ampat, Indonesia
Squid in different colors
School of fish at reef
The view blocked by a school of fish.
Scuba diver above a reef
Reef with Corals
School of Yellow-tail Fusiliers
Yellow Christmas tree worm
Red Christmas Tree Worm
Black manta ray
Black Manta Ray
Black Manta Ray
Manta Ray with Divers
Scuba Diver and Manta Ray
Taking underwater photos does not require a separate certification. Smaller camera systems will get you started...
Scuba diver at a green reef
Also known as Giant flathead.
Cameras ready... Scuba divers on a hunt for photos.
Scuba Diver at Reef
Scuba diver exploring the Reef
Cuttlefish lurking in a hole
Titan Trigger Fish
Diver looking at Wobbegong Shark
There was a current on this dive: note the reef hook the "blue'" diver has attached.
Here's the Reef...
Fish at Reef
Diver hovering above a reef
Good buoyancy control is essential to protect the aquatic environment. Buoyancy skills come through practice. PSAI Advanced Buoyancy Control course will help you with that.
Diver with Wobbegong Shark
Group of Scuba Divers
Raja Ampat Photos
Indonesia is coming up as a major scuba diving destination.
There is a reason for it: manta rays, squid, cuttlefish and sharks can be seen in this photo gallery from Raja Ampat. All photos have been taken by Hong Kong divers.
Raja Ampat has been desribed as the richest place for marine life on earth. Most dives are easy dives, but due to the remoteness of the islands Raja Ampat is more suitable for divers with higher level certifications and experience.
Photos from a scuba trip to Moal Boal in the Philippines. Whale sharks, turtles, etc.
Indonesia is gaining reputation as a scuba diving destination quickly. And for a good reason. See photos from Raja Ampat.
Sipadan is considered one of the best dive sites in the world. Gallery of underwater photos.
Pictures from various wrecks around Asia. There are hundreds of wrecks in South East Asian waters. Many of them are reminders of the battles fought during the Second World War, some are deliberately sunken to form artificial reefs.