TWO IMPORTANT REASONS TO VISIT RAJA AMPAT THIS DECEMBER

JOE MUELLER - MARINE BIOLOGIST

As a professor of marine biology for 30 years, Joe has been teaching a rich diversity of courses ranging from ornithology to marine invertebrate zoology, as well as leading field courses from Alaskan tundra to Costa Rican tropical rain forests. His style of teaching has developed from a view of life focused on systems thinking and how interrelationships make up the essential nature of life. Joe’s passion for nature is infectious and, when combined with his encyclopedic knowledge, is inspirational for people of all ages. He’s developed and coordinates the Natural History Program at College of Marin and is the 2008 recipient of the Terwilliger Environmental Education Award.

On our two cruises with Joe, swimming with stingless jellyfish will be one of the major highlights. To read more about Swimming with these fascinating creatures, click here as Joe tells you all about them.

Joe will be leading two of our Jewels of Raja Ampat cruises on December 18th and 30th, 2019. Click here to learn more.

 

 

MORE CHANCES TO SWIM WITH WHALE SHARKS

As far as marine-based bucket list activities go, swimming with whale sharks is right up there with breeching humpback whales or seeing icebergs calve off of a glacier. And while most of these major events are seasonal, SeaTrek can currently take you to see whale sharks for seven months in a year. The next opportunity is at the end of this year, with two cruises departing in Papua on December 5th and 11th.

To read a first-hand experience of what it's like to swim with whale sharks from one of our tour leaders, click here.

To see our itinerary and schedules so you can book for one of our two Papua's Whale Sharks and Birds of Paradize trips, click here. 

 

 


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