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The world’s last paradise

November 18, 2011
Raja Ampat archipelago The world’s last paradise on earth.Raja Ampat archipelago was nominated as a UNESCO World Heritage Site with its largely pristine environment considered one of the most important sites of marine biodiversity in the world.

Rock formations are seen in Kabui Bay in Raja Ampat located in eastern Indonesia’s Papua region.
Cottages are built over the water at Kri Island private resort in Raja Ampat.

School of fish swims under the wharf of Raja Ampat’s Mansuar Island located in eastern Indonesia’s Papua region.

Tourists ride a boat in Raja Ampat’s Mansuar Island.
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