Daram is the eastern-most island of Misool. On the edge of Raja Ampat, its long, uninhabited beaches make ideal nesting sites for endangered green and hawksbill turtles. Local rangers will teach you how to release baby turtles properly, so the beach becomes imprinted on their internal map. Not only because of turtle sanctuary, but Raja Ampat travelers also visit the beaches of Daram because of their unique cream color and the shade produced by indigenous coconut palms. With so few tourists and no villagers nearby, Daram island has become synonymous with peace and tranquility. The peacefulness of this island at the edge of the world, combined with the warmth of its waters, makes relaxing and swimming Daram’s most fruitful offering.