Atlas Pearls In Indonesia:
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In the Bird’s Head peninsula of West Papua in Indonesia, a cluster of islands called Raja Ampat is slowly rising to fame as one of the best diving spots in the world, thanks to its pristine and biodiverse marine environment filled with colourful tropical fish visible to the naked eye from above the water.
According to Lonely Planet, Raja Ampat is the ultimate tropical paradise and one of South East Asia’s most beautiful archipelagos while the Conde Nast Traveller declares Raja Ampat the world’s most beautiful islands and the Amazon of the world’s reefs. While it remains a dream for many, those who have travelled far and wide to get to Indonesia’s most elusive and breathtaking location says that it is definitely a once-in-a-lifetime experience in one of the world’s most mesmerizing locations.
Also located here in Raja Ampat is an Atlas Pearls pearl farm where some of the world’s most beautiful and sought-after South Sea Pearls are produced and cultivated. Atlas South Sea pearls are harvested from five pearl farms extending through the Indonesian Archipelago to Raja Ampat. To reach their maximum potential, South Sea pearls require the truly pristine environment of remote areas such as the Indonesian Archipelago. Each pearl reflects the very state of the water and the environment in which they are grown.
Boats travelling by Raja Ampat’s Alyui Bay could revel in Atlas Pearls’s Treasure Chest; a delightful collection of jewellery and loose pearls that are freshly harvested; incredible to see before anyone else discovers them. The Treasure Chest will be brought onboard your ship. Simply contact Atlas Pearls beforehand and a farm attendant will make all the necessary arrangements. Atlas Pearls pri
Atlas Pearls is among the few pearling companies which now controls hatchery techniques to breed and grow oysters. Oyster breeding allows selection of the best oyster parents to produce the best pearls.The challenge then is to produce the best food for the baby oysters to grow into a controlled environment before being released into the ocean.
Come see the collections at the Atlas Pearl’s showrooms, choose your unique pearl and let it sing to your heart. Here in Bali, they are available for viewing at the Seminyak urban store of Atlas Pearls, Jl. Raya Seminyak no.73, Seminyak. For bookings and inquiries, please contact Atlas Pearls at email@example.com o
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