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Indonesia's Raja Ampat: balancing tourism with protecting the sea

Islands lure divers but conservation efforts need international financing help

The view from the Piaynemo tourist site in the Raja Ampat archipelago of eastern Indonesia. (Photo by Randy Mulyanto)

RAJA AMPAT, Indonesia -- The tourism industry in the coral-studded, flora and fauna-rich Raja Ampat archipelago of eastern Indonesia is counting on the end of travel restrictions to help put once-promising growth back on track.

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