The Environmental Service Fee is a fee charged to any visitor who wishes to enter Raja Ampat Marine Park, which covers an area of over 2 million hectares and is comprised of a network of Marine Protected Areas (MPAs). Funds generated from this fee are managed by the Marine Park Authority, and go directly towards the management and monitoring of the Marine Park in order to; help maintain and/or improve the quality of the marine environment; support the livelihoods of local people through sustainable management of marine resources.
By paying the environmental services fee, every visitor directly contributes to the ongoing protection and sustainable management of the Raja Ampat’s unique marine environment.
Do your part to Protect Raja Ampat
All visitors to Raja Ampat Marine Park must pay the Environmental Services Fee in order to receive a permit to enter the park, locally this is known as the “kartu LPJL”, which means “LPJL card” or “entry card”. Entering the Marine Park without this card is in breach of Regulations, and can be penalized with expulsion from the Marine Park.
LPJL Card / Marine Park Entry Price:
- International Visitors: IDR 700,000
- Indonesian citizens and KITAP holders: IDR 425,000
- Children under 12yrs do not require a permit.
- All permits are valid from 12months of date of purchase
Please ensure you purchase your card at one of the following locations BEFORE entering any Marine Protected Area.
Where to buy your Marine Park Entry Card
Please note, Raja Ampat Marine Park is open for Domestic Tourism (only) at the present time.