Triton Bay

Triton Bay is the region east of Kaimana on the southwest coast of West Papua. It is a place of natural splendour, with tall limestone cliffs and numerous islands separated by crystal-clear, bottle-green channels and palm-fringed white-sand beaches. An academy of whale sharks can often be seen in Triton Bay. 

Cruises related to Triton Bay

Papua's Whale Sharks & Birds of Paradise : Raja Ampat / Triton Bay

This ten-day cruise follows in the footsteps of Alfred Russel Wallace and offers plenty of culture and snorkelling, with potential exciting encounters with whale sharks, manta rays, and birds of paradise in their natural habitat.
Oct 2018 thru Dec 2019
10 days / 9 nights

Papua's Whale Sharks & Birds of Paradise : Raja Ampat / Triton Bay

Led by naturalist, Alexander Reeuwijk, this cruise honours Alfred Russel Wallace, the co-founder of the theory of evolution. We will explore, on land and underwater, what captivated Wallace about this part of the world, including the beautiful birds of paradise.
Nov 2019 thru Jan 2020
10 days / 9 nights

Papua's Whale Sharks & Birds of Paradise : Raja Ampat / Triton Bay

Led by naturalist, Alexander Reeuwijk, this cruise honours Alfred Russel Wallace, the co-founder of the theory of evolution. We will explore, on land and underwater, what captivated Wallace about this part of the world, including the beautiful birds of paradise.
Nov thru Dec 2020
4 days / 3 nights

Papua's Whale Sharks & Birds of Paradise : Raja Ampat / Triton Bay

This ten-day cruise follows in the footsteps of Alfred Russel Wallace and offers plenty of culture and snorkelling, with potential exciting encounters with whale sharks, manta rays, and birds of paradise in their natural habitat.
Oct thru Nov 2020
3 days / 2 nights

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Swimming with Whale Sharks

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A Whale of a Time

Peter Hughes sets sail to discover eastern Indonesia’s Raja Ampat archipelago, where both bird and marine life flourish in hallucinatory glory. Read More