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.