Agusta Eco Resort, Raja Ampat
Agusta Eco Resort currently consists of 10 cottages. All those cottages are in high-quality wood with large windows, glass door and private bathroom. All cottages are beachfront and have terrace and air condition, fan, minibar, safe and a big desk with socket and led light for photographer.
Agusta, one of the deserted islands which sprinkle Raja Ampat sea, is a strategic destination under many points of view, for the lovers of adventure with some comforts, of sea, of leisure, and from whom respects wilderness.
Our resort is located in a strategic position in the center of the marine park, so we can achieve all the classic dives in the area.
Diving Equipment Rental: Yes
Diving Courses: Yes
Number of Air Compressor: 4
- Swimming pool
- Internet point
The best option to reach Agusta Eco Resort is to fly to Sorong from Jakarta/Singapore. Domestic travelers can fly via Makassar or Manado.
Airlines that operates from:
Jakarta - Sorong: Garuda Indonesia, Express Air, Sriwijaya Air and Lion/Wings
Singapore - Manado: Silkair
Manado - Sorong: Garuda Indonesia, Lion Air and Express Air
Agusta is 50 miles away from Sorong airport. It can be reached flying to Sorong, via Jakarta or Manado. Once landed in Sorong, our staff will welcome you for a transfer, via land and sea, to the island that will be your home during your stay.
Free Scheduled Transfers
Sorong - Resort: Every Saturday
Resort - Sorong: Every Friday
Frequently Asked Questions
1. How long does the speed boat transfer takes between Sorong and Misool Eco Resort
ANS: The speedboat journey takes about 2 hours 30 mins.
2. I will arrive sorong outside the time of scheduled speedboat transfer.
ANS: If you arrived outside the time of the scheduled speedboat trasnfer, the resort will have to arrange a private speedboat trasnfer which will cost about USD600 per trip.
Diving Holiday in Raja Ampat
Raja Ampat (Indonesian for “the four kings”) comprises about 1,500 islands, mostly mountain covered, in West Papua, Indonesia. The archipelago lays where Pacific ocean meets Indian Ocean, geographycally belongs to Australian continents. It is a true labyrinth of turquoise sea ways and little emerald green islands, surrounding the main islands of Misool, Waigeo, Salawati and Batanta (the four kings).
Being in the center of the so called “biodiversity triangle”, Raja Ampat offers to visitors the possibility of encounters with a huge variety of species, both underwater and on the land.
It is the ideal target for divers, but also for all who enjoy the untouched wildlife and the best white sandy beaches in all Indonesia.
Rainy Season: July to September
Diving Season: October to April
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13 August 2015
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