When you’re imagining quintessential dive spots in Indonesia, the image you conjure in your mind may actually subconsciously be of Raja Ampat. Not only is it one of the most famous dive spots in Indonesia as a whole, diving here is actually one of the most popular activities to do in Indonesia full stop! Located just off the northwest tip of Papua, Raja Ampat is an archipelago of 1,500 tiny islands. The marine life in the area is absolutely out of this world, and one can expect to see up to 1,200 fish species, meaning that no two dives will ever be the same. In addition to fish, you may even be lucky and catch whale sharks, sea horses and the little-known “walking” sharks, which truly are a sight to behold.