Papua Paradise Eco Resort, Raja Ampat
Built on the idyllic tropical island of Birie, surrounded with pristine reefs and unspoiled flora, Papua Paradise Eco-Resort is situated in the heart of Raja Ampat and brings you closer to Mother Nature at her best, with all essential standards of service and comfort, making it an unforgettable holiday for divers, snorkelers, bird watchers and nature enthusiasts.
|Food & Drink||In house restaurant|
|Internet||WiFi is available (Extra charge)|
Fully equipped dive center
|Tours||Bird watching, village tour, waterfall trip|
|Facilities||Laundry service, kayaking|
The best option to reach Papua Paradise Resort is to fly to Sorong from Jakarta/Singapore. Domestic travelers can fly via Makassar or Manado.
Transfer Arrangement (135 Minutes)
From Sorong to Resort: Boat departure time is 14h00. On occasion, the boat may depart slightly later due to guest flight delays. For morning arrival, the guests will be transferred to a comfortable hotel lobby where complimentary breakfast buffet and/or lunch are provided.
From Resort to Sorong: Boat departure time is between 6h00 and 9h00, in accordance with earliest guest flight departure time in Sorong. Earliest departure from the resort is 06h00 in order to catch a 09h30 flight. You will be transferred to Sorong one day in advance in case you need to catch a flight earlier than 09h30.
Raja Ampat Diving Holidays
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
Average Temperature: 27ºC – 30ºC
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13 August 2015
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