Even if passenger flights now serve Kaimana, the idyllic cost line of Triton Bay area is only reachable by boat. Less touristic than Raja Ampat, Triton Bay is a fantastic place to meet authentic Papuan people, while enjoying some incredible scenery like the Mauwara lagoon. Visiting villages like Lobo, watching ancestral cave paintings in the Namatote channel are among some other activities. The highlight of any Triton cruise is the encounter with the whale sharks. A large resident population is living in its plankton-rich waters year round. Due to reduced visibility in the bay, as well as the extremely remote location and range of other choices that offer incredible snorkeling, Triton Bay may not be the best destination for non-divers or snorkelers, but it is indeed possible. First surveyed in just 2006, the entire region is still being explored, and new underwater sites are being located every year. Triton Bay remains a place of unsurpassed natural splendor, still pristine and awaiting exploration.