Raja Ampat Coral Valuable Lesson

 

Raja Ampat Coral Valuable Lesson

Raja Ampat Coral Valuable Lesson

Raja Ampat Coral Valuable Lesson – M.V cruise ship. Caledonian Sky which ran aground on the Dampier Strait on March 4, caused massive damage to coral reefs in Raja Ampat. Environmental activists say the Government must make this event a valuable lesson, and make various efforts to protect state assets in the form of invaluable natural wealth.

Damage to coral reefs in the waters of Raja Ampat is estimated to reach more than 1.8 hectares, due to the destruction of the M.V cruise ship. Caledonian Sky which ran aground in the Dampier Strait.

Further research and calculations are needed, to determine the steps that must be taken as an effort to restore damaged coral reefs. This is related to the damage to coral reefs that are included in the core zones of fisheries and tourism.

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Raja Ampat People Extreemly Friendly

Raja Ampat People Extreemly Friendly

Raja Ampat People Extreemly Friendly

Raja Ampat People Extreemly Friendly – In one of the big tribal festive event last month 2019, on Waisai Beach, which the theme was Torang Cinta Raja Ampat, (we love Raja Ampat) was very lively. In the middle of the event, visitors who came were entertained by singer Andre Hehanussa, who sang the song Lovely Raja Ampat and Kami Papua.

Andre claimed to be proud and happy to be invited to perform in Raja Ampat. He feels, the beautiful island in Papua is full of local wisdom, which has the potential to bring tourists.

Since he landed in Sorong to cross to Raja Ampat, these nuances have been felt from treating friendly and smiling locals.

The man born in South Sulawesi considers these two things to be the initial capital that makes tourists comfortable visiting a new area.

“They serve with a friendly and full of smile, to anyone. This is very good, similar to Bali. Travelers need a comfortable atmosphere, we need tourists to come, “Andre said.

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Raja Ampat Coral Reef Crashed

 

The Beauty of Raja Ampat Coral Reef

Raja Ampat Coral Reef Crashed

Raja Ampat Coral Reef Crashed – Damage to coral reefs at Raja Ambat due to being hit by a Noble cruise ship Caledonia could be greater than 1,600m2 originally estimated.

The Indonesian government is still evaluating the damage so that it will immediately determine the steps for restoration and rehabilitation. The Indonesian government will also file a lawsuit with the Noble Caledonia ship company in the near future.

According to the Director General of Sea Space Management of the Ministry of Maritime Affairs and Fisheries, Brahmantya Poerwadi, after knowing the total area and types of coral damaged by being hit by the MV Caledonian Sky, the government will also assess the multiplier effect that was incurred and opportunity lost (costs for lost opportunities ) of the incident.

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Raja Ampat Reef Destroyer Ship

Raja Ampat Reef Destroyer Ship

Raja Ampat Reef Destroyer Ship

Raja Ampat Reef Destroyer Ship – West Papua Province finally handed over the case files of Amanikan cruise ships which allegedly hit coral reefs in Raja Ampat waters to the Sorong District Prosecutor’s Office for further legal proceedings.

The head of the Raja Ampat Police Criminal Investigation Unit, AKP Bernadus Okoka, said that he had submitted the case file to the foreign cruise ship to the Sorong District Prosecutor’s investigator.

He said the legal proceedings awaited the Sorong District Prosecutor’s investigator as the prosecutor stated that the case file of the cruise ship was complete.

The 173 GT motorboat was legally processed because it hit a coral reef in the waters of Arborek Village, one of the most beautiful tourist destinations in Raja Ampat Regency in November 2017.

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The Raja Ampat Coral Reef

The Raja Ampat Coral Reef

The Raja Ampat Coral Reef

The Raja Ampat Coral Reef – Damage to coral reefs in Raja Ampat, West Papua, due to the collapse of the MV Caledonian Sky cruise ship in the Dampier Strait, recently, was very concerning for many groups, especially environmental activists.

Because the coral reef of Raja Ampat, which is known as the center of marine biodiversity in the world, suffered extensive damage, reaching 1.8 hectares.

Support from many parties is needed in order to be able to return to their original conditions.

The definite disadvantage is that coral reefs die from being crushed by a ship, not to mention the living creatures that grow coral.

The concern and many parties is that Raja Ampat is widely recognized as a global center for marine biodiversity.

Raja Ampat’s coral reefs store natural assets, which are not only important for Raja Ampat and the Indonesian people, but the world community at large.

Therefore, the institution which has conservation programs in 69 countries including Indonesia, would certainly welcome with open arms, if there is a request for assistance from the Indonesian government, to do restoration on damaged coral reefs. because this is a big job that requires the participation of many parties.

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Raja Ampat Is Beautiful Education

Raja Ampat Is Beautiful Education

Raja Ampat Is Beautiful Education

Raja Ampat Is Beautiful Education – Raja Ampat in West Papua is considered a fragment of the world’s paradise so that it attracts tens of thousands of tourists to explore its underwater beauty every year.

But in the midst of the global uproar of tourism, some of the children of Raja Ampat struggle to wade through the sea and live a limited life for education.

“I am proud to be born as a Papuan child, but our lives are difficult, learning half-dead using a lamp, far from parents and having to live in lodgings.”

The expression was expressed by Felix Togarman Burdam, a class IX student at SMP Negeri 27, Kampung Samate, Salawati Utara District. Felix is one of 15 children from Soop Island who are now forced to migrate to Samate to continue their education.

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6 Best Food Of Raja Ampat

Best Food Of Raja Ampat

6 Best Food Of Raja Ampat

6 Best Food Of Raja Ampat – Raja Ampat is indeed not saturated to talk about. Because there is indeed a separate paradise that is so eye-catching. Local and international tourists know and lot. Natural panorama that is so amazing and only exists in Raja Ampat makes it a special attraction for visitors.

Nature that is still beautiful, natural, and the coolness that is given will increase your happiness. However, this time it does not touch on natural tourism, but rather the typical cuisine of Raja Ampat. Culinary that will definitely make the holiday more fun and impressed.

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Raja Ampat And Chance Education

Raja Ampat And Chance Education

Raja Ampat And Chance Education

Raja Ampat And Chance Education – Since the 1998 crisis, the poverty rate in Indonesia has been claimed to have dropped dramatically. Based on the survey conducted, the poverty rate in Indonesia is at 9.82 percent or 25.95 million poor people. However, these quantitative statistics and figures do not fully illustrate the real conditions of the quality of life for Indonesian people.

The provinces of Papua and West Papua are in the first and second place with the highest poverty rates. No less than 1/5 of the Papuan people live below the poverty line.

Formal education is important to improve the quality of human capital. Therefore, education, measured through school enrollment rates, is an indicator in determining human quality. The high rate of dropping out of school in Raja Ampat is a serious problem for the government.

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Under Water Paradise Raja Ampat

Under Water Paradise Raja Ampat

Under Water Paradise Raja Ampat

Under Water Paradise Raja Ampat – The colorful coral reefs in Raja Ampat waters radiate beautifully. Without having to dive and enter the sea in all its shallow sea contents it has been seen and represents almost most of the contents of the deep sea. Small fish like dancing show off their bodies. Quiet waves of waves give them the opportunity to swim in groups and get closer to human dwelling areas. The fish combined with a charming coral presents a paradise for world divers. Raja Ampat Sea does have a beauty that has not been matched by any place in Indonesia, even Raja Ampat can be compared with the world’s beautiful waters such as the Maldives, the Mediterranean Sea, or the Fiji Islands.

Raja Ampat is one of the 10 best dive sites the world has. In fact, it is recognized as the number one waters in the world that has the most complete flora and fauna in the world. A coral expert, Dr. John Veron once mentioned in his research that Raja Ampat has 450 species of coral that are identified as still developing very well. A Conservation International (CI) agency in collaboration with the National Oceanography Institute (LON) and the Indonesian Institute of Sciences (LIPI) has also conducted a study in 2001 and 2002. The results of this study show that Raja Ampat has nearly 75% of existing coral reefs around the world. In addition, the waters of Raja Ampat are home to more than 1000 species of reef fish and 700 types of mollusks. The conclusion of the study is that none of the world’s waters has this condition other than Raja Ampat.

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Beautiful Coral Reef Raja Ampat

Beautiful Coral Reef Raja Ampat

Beautiful Coral Reef Raja Ampat

Beautiful Coral Reef Raja Ampat – What first occurred in your mind when you heard about beach? For hunters of beauty, the beach is one of them synonymous with coral reefs. Yes, coral reefs are home to fish.

The many types of fish around it make coral reefs a beautiful sight when diving or snorkeling. In this world there are at least 10 locations that have beautiful coral reefs, here are some of them:

1. Raja Ampat
Raja Ampat Islands are tourist destinations in the Papua region. This island has been known by the whole world because of the charm of its natural beauty. One form of the popularity of Raja Ampat tourist attraction is the documentary film made by Avant Premiere entitled “Edis Paradise 3”, in which the film tells the beauty of the underwater world of Raja Ampat, dubbed the Amazon Ocean World.

2. Andros, Bahama
Andros Island is the largest island in the Bahamas in the Caribbean Region. People who live on this island make up the 3rd largest coral barrier in the world. The length of the coral barrier is more than 230 Kilometers, its beauty is no doubt. This place is suitable for beginners for scuba diving.

3. Mahe (Seychelles)

Located in the Indian Ocean, Mahe is the largest island in the Seychelles Islands. Home to several marine parks, Mahe offers diving opportunities with hawksbill turtles, bottlenose dolphins, whale sharks, lobsters and Moray eels. Ste Anne Marine National Park, located 5 km from the capital city of Victoria, is one of the main tourist locations on the Indian Ocean for diving.

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