RAJA AMPAT. INDONESIA In eastern Indonesia, in the northwest of the island of New Guinea and immersed in the waters of the Pacific Ocean, lies the archipelago of the Raja Ampat islands. Here you can find an authentic mosaic of ecosystems, mangroves, dense jungle, white sand beaches and tropical forests, where you can see two of the world's most beautiful paradise birds. But what stands out in this archipelago is its seabed. In the region known as the Coral Triangle, it’s estimated to find up to 75% of coral species. It can be considered the epicentre of marine biodiversity, not only because of the large number of inhabitats that gathers, but also because more than 1,600 species of fish have been recorded in this area, something that is simply amazing.