Tropical Fish in Raja Ampat: Underwater Photo Gallery

Dancing and darting in and out of more than 500 species of coral, there are 1,427 different species of fish living in Raja Ampat.

From the tiniest gobies to massive bumphead parrotfish and coral trout, we saw a staggering variety of tropical fish on every dive at the jewel in the crown of the Coral Triangle.

This collection of underwater photos includes some of my favorites of the colorful tropical fish we encountered on the reefs of Raja Ampat on our twelve-day voyage with the Seven Seas. At least it includes all the non-clown fish photos - there were so many 'Nemo's' that it called for a special gallery all on its own!

Check out the gallery below to see the photo highlights, or see the all the photo galleries from our Raja Ampat liveaboard dive trip - from scuba diving, to aerial photos, to freediving, to the incredible wildlife and local people living in this amazing place. You can also see galleries from other Seven Seas liveaboard dive trips - my absolute favorite way to explore the awesome natural beauty and unique cultures of Indonesia.

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