Wayag is made of over 50 karst islands, and it is one of the icons used every time Raja Ampat‘s name comes to mind. Nature has carved these islands into a series of coves and lagoons, narrow channels and inlets, caves, jagged rocks and shaded sandy beaches. For those who dare, there are some spectacular but nearly vertical climbs that are rewarded with magnificent panoramas. The sight of these perfect cones of rock rising like mushrooms from a shallow, green-blue sea, fringed by other islands, is surreal. In Wayag, of course, you will find endless pristine beaches, while you can also enjoy shark feeding in its marine conservation base camp. Crystal clear waters around Wayag Island appear like unreal windows to a different, better world. A destination not to miss, Wayag is the epitome of Raja Ampat. Not surprising, the picture of Wayag is also displayed on the newest 100 thousand rupiah currency as one of Indonesia’s national treasures.