The Boo Window dive site has provided many of the iconic pictures of diving in the Raja Ampat area and is one of the best dive sites in the area, if not the world. This dive site is found on the Eastern edge of the Misool region of Raja Ampat. It is made up of large underwater swim throughs or windows; large gaps in a large coral wall, that provide underwater photographers with fantastic opportunities to create stunning panoramic and wide-angle pictures.
The windows are found at a very shallow spot and so can be dived by all level of divers. On one side of the dive site, there is a steep drop that has a strong current. This is a great spot to see sharks patrolling the deep water and the rare Wobbegong shark is often spotted here.
The area is covered in very large table corals where the sharks are sometimes found resting. There is also a large pinnacle in the open water. This can be reached if the currents are moderate. This is a fantastic spot for catching schools of large batfish and fusiliers.
The windows allow natural light to shine through creating a stunning environment. There are many barrel sponges here as well that hide lobsters and other crustaceans. Divers will also be able to spot sweetlips and large Napoleon Wrasse. Smaller marine life includes mantis shrimp, pygmy seahorses, nudibranchs, and ghost pipefish.