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Triton Bay & Raja Ampat, February 2020


 
  • Departs: February 19th, 2020
  • Returns: March 1st, 2020
  Hosts: Sherrie Burks & Timm Burks

About the Triton Bay & Raja Ampat – Arenui Liveaboard – February 2020 Trip

Dive Triton Bay and Raja Ampat on a 11 night charter aboard the luxurious Arenui!

What's Included
  • Indonesian Flights
  • All Indonesian transfers
  • Overnights en-route
  • 11 Nights aboard the Arenui
  • All meals and soft drinks aboard the Arenui
  • National Park Entrance Fee $240
  • Fuel Surcharge $150
  • Administration and Port Clearance Fees $150
What's Not Included
  • International flights to Indonesia
  • Meals not mentioned above
  • Alcoholic Beverages
  • Equipment Rental
  • Nitrox
  • Spa Treatments
  • Crew gratuities aboard the Arenui
  • Travel Insurance
* Fuel charges, park fees,taxes, and increases in airfare are not under our control. We do our best to anticipate these costs in advance, but we respectfully advise that prices can change based on market fluctuation.

Triton Bay & Raja Ampat – Arenui Liveaboard – February 2020 Room Options

  • Master Suite

    • Deluxe Cabin

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      Triton Bay & Raja Ampat – Arenui Liveaboard – February 2020 Trip Amenities

      • All Inclusive Meals
      • Diving Included

      Triton Bay & Raja Ampat – Arenui Liveaboard – February 2020 Trip Pricing

        Cash Price: $8,695
        Card Price: $8,956
        Deposit: $500 per person

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