Organise your visa. A 30 day visa on arrival is available at all Indonesian ports of entry for USD$25.00 If you want to spend longer than that in Raja Ampat we’d recommend getting a 60 day visa before leaving your home country. (That way you won’t have to hang around in Sorong trying to organise an extension.)
Tell your friends. A well patronised locally owned ecotourism economy is – provided that tourists visit responsibly and don’t overburden local infrastructure – the best chance Raja Ampat has of protecting its environmental treasures from the lucrative but incredibly damaging resource extraction and development pressures that could destroy it.