Discovering the Raja Ampat Archipelago by sea kayak is easily one of the best ways to independently explore the rich biodiversity and beauty in the Raja Ampat archipelago.
The aim of Kayak4Conservation is to create a platform for kayak trips in the Raja Ampat archipelago by involving indigenous communities. K4C acts as a mediator between the tourists who would like to kayak and the indigenous guides and guesthouse owners. Furthermore, K4C facilitates the kayaks for the trips. Also, Papuans, who were educated in the profession as fiberglass craftsmen by the RARCC, build the kayaks locally.
There are several routes encompassing the island of Kri, Mansoar, Gam, and Waigeo, depending on your skill level and intended duration of stay. Visit kayak4conservation.com for more information.