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Cape Kri is a dive site located off Kri Island, Indonesia. It's one of the deepest of the Raja Ampat dive sites, famous for its immense number of species. Cape Kri dive spot has a depth of 5 to 40 meters and a visibility of up to 30 meters. 

Divers will encounter huge schools of humphead parrotfish and Napoleons, and at the base of the reef you'll also be able to spot a snagged anchor.

This dive site is recommended for experienced divers, which are advised to stay deep to avoid the surface currents that can get very strong.

Suitable for diving all year round, the water temperature ranges from 27 to 30 degrees Centigrade, or 80 to 86 degrees Fahrenheit.

Dogtooth tuna, chevron barracudas, snappers, and trevallies, hawksbill turtles, and reef sharks are just some of the forms of marine life you can admire here. The coral formations are also impressive and diverse.

Dive site info provided by Juan S on Jul 22, 2019

Nearby Dive Centers

Ordered by distance, within a range of 25km

Papua Diving

Email: info@papua-diving.com Telephone: +62 811 483 46 14

          Max Ammer, the founder of Papua Diving, first came to the region over 21 year ago following his passion to search for submerged World War II aircraft. After spending so much time in Raja Ampat Max fell in love with the Papuan people and started a number of initiatives to support the local Papuan communities. Papua Diving was one of the projects. It’s mission: to bring much needed money to the local people by enabling divers who had never heard of the region to be amazed by the wonders of the unspoiled aquatic world here.

Hamueco Dive Resort Raja Ampat

Email: info.hamueco@gmail.com Telephone: +62 813 177 35483

          Built in year 2011, HamuEco Lodge offers affordable and unforgettable experiences of Raja Ampat to their guest. The idea of establishing HamuEco started from a casual discussion with local people that desire to improve their life quality and also participate developing Raja Ampat tourism.

Papua Explorers Dive Resort

Email: raja@papuaexplorers.com Telephone: +62 822 4814 8888

          Papua Explorers Resort is located in the islands of Raja Ampat, which is on the northwest tip of the Bird’s Head Peninsula of West Papua. Raja Ampat translates into English as Four Kings and gets its name from a local mythology about four kings that occupy the four big islands: Salawati, Batanta, Waigeo and Misool. It’s a stunning archipelago comprising over 1,500 small islands, hosting thousands of species some of which are endemic to the region. Some scientific surveys reveal that Raja Ampat has 603 hard coral species which represents more than 75% of all the species in the world. With its rich ecosystem and abundance of species, Raja Ampat is the bull’s-eye of the Coral Triangle in every sense. Papua Explorers is located on the island of Gam and just along the coast of worldwide renowned Dampier Strait, only 10 to 15 minutes away from the most famous dive sites like Manta Point, Cape Kri… Papua Explorers Resort is constructed using traditional Papuan construction methods and local, natural materials. Our water bungalows are designed to be in perfect harmony with the exotic surrounding, allowing the guests to feel the breeze from the rainforests, enjoy the songs of the tropical birds and soothe their souls with the flutter of the waves. Our 300 m2, over-the- sea restaurant and lounge is designed to offer a relaxing environment to enjoy various international and local dishes freshly prepared in our restaurant and to refresh and relax between the dives. The little peninsula that Papua Explorers Resort is located on is home to the endemic Red Bird of Paradise. This unique bird and it’s amazing mating ceremony can be observed after an early morning hike in the rainforest. This is also an excellent way to observe the amazing plants and creatures of the rainforest.
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