Located at Kepulauan Raja Ampat
Starting this relaxing dive should be done on the current side of the island, leaving a good distance between the entry point and the best point of dive site on the south-eastern side. Wobbegong shark sighting are common. Make sure to peer under the coral ledges for these strange creatures, while also looking for tiny Pontohi Pygmy sea horses.
Mioskon is an excellent Dampier site to dive on a rising tide when the entire southeast tip of the reef is covered with schooling fish. Hundreds of lined snappers usually cover the slop from shallows to 25m where the coral meets a sandy bottom. Giant travellies, schooling Barracuda, millions of fusilier. Bommies sheathed in northern Raja Ampat's signature purple soft corals shelter glassy sweepers and several species of Anthias. Look carefully around these bommies for wobbegong sharks and tiny Pontohi seahorses.
What you’ll get to enjoy once you explore Mioskon
Useful additional informations to consider when visiting Mioskon
Best time to dive in Mioskon, Kepulauan Raja Ampat
Water entry technique that you would do when diving at Mioskon
The actual entry method may be affected by the type of boat you're diving from, depth of the dive site, condition of the water, and others. There are several types of diving from boat such as Giant Stride, Back Roll, Seated, etc.
This course can be taken after completing the PADI Open Water Diver certification. It's titled PADI Advanced Open Water Diver because it advances your diving knowledge & skills.
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