The Raja Ampat islands are located in New Guinea. They are sometimes referred to as the Four Kings. Technically speaking, the islands are an archipelago, meaning they are made up of many other islands. In fact, the Raja Ampat islands contain over fifteen hundred individual small islands. The islands are part of the Coral Triangle, which is the most biodiverse area in the world. The Coral Triangle is also one of the largest coral reef populations in the world.