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Cenderawasih Bay

About Cenderawasih Bay

Cenderawasih Bay, also Teluk Sarera, formerly Geelvink Bay is a large bay in northern Province of Papua and West Papua, New Guinea, Indonesia. In addition to its vast array of reef fish and its wide variety of dive sites, Cenderawasih Bay is most commonly known for its fantastic whale shark diving.

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Cenderawasih Bay Travel Information

Cenderawasih Bay, also Teluk Sarera, formerly Geelvink Bay is a large bay in northern Province of Papua and West Papua, New Guinea, Indonesia. In addition to its vast array of reef fish and its wide variety of dive sites, Cenderawasih Bay is most commonly known for its fantastic whale shark diving.

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Interested in a trip to Cenderawasih Bay?

Whether you're traveling individually or with a group we're here to help arrange your trip start to finish. We'll help you pick destinations, find the perfect resorts, and even book your rooms and flights.
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858-565-9474 ext. 123/159
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