Papua Paradise Eco Resort

  Dampier Strait near Sorong, Indonesia

About

Papua Paradise Resort spreads along untouched ocean shore on the lovely island of Birie, Raja Ampat. The uninhabited island offers splendid surroundings to be explored by its visitors, from the thick jungle with exotic birds to clear turquoise water with reefs full of impressive marine fauna and flora. Situated in a natural heaven, Papua Paradise Resort is the perfect spot for those looking to escape the busy life and explore an amazing underwater ecosystem. Here you will experience some of the best diving sites in Raja Ampat while diving with reef sharks, manta rays and shoals of colourful fish right near reef slopes. Here you will find some of the wildest and rarest diversity of corals in the world.

At Papua Paradise Resort, conservation efforts are made on a daily basis in order to enjoy marvellous dives and true natural experiences. From the architecture and materials used in building the resort to the care for the environment, everything is eco-centric. You can also find a house reef in the area of the dive resort where you can encounter marine animals including mandarin fish, manta rays, wobbegongs, bamboo and reef sharks or even bump into a dugong. Having access to high amounts of fresh water means the resort doesn’t use any water purifying systems and does not waste energy nor pollute the environment.

Rooms

With a total of 26 over-water bungalows, split between 10 Deluxe Rooms and 16 Superior Rooms, the resort offers comfortable and traditionally designed accommodation at a high standard service. Each bungalow is built over the water on stilts from locally sourced materials and has spacious verandas gazing to the reef so that you can enjoy incredible sunsets at the end of a day filled with fantastic dives.

All the rooms are equipped with:

  • Safety box
  • Mosquito net
  • Fan
  • Long chairs on sunset veranda
  • Ocean view deck

Superior Room

Built in a traditional manner and offering natural ventilation, the Superior Bungalows are roomy enough to fit one’s needs. Each room has a private bathroom and a veranda to enjoy the marvellous sight of the ocean in between dives and sunsets of a unique beauty.

  • Over-water bungalow with ocean/sunset view
  • Solid wood furniture
  • Private En-suite bathroom with hot/cold water shower
  • Large Sunset veranda sunbeds and hammock
  • Queen sized bed with pedestal fan
  • Built up area of 75 sq m (807 sq ft)

From BZ$4,504 per diver for 8 days 7 nights.

From BZ$2,756 per non-diver for 8 days 7 nights.

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Deluxe Room

Designed with natural building materials yet elegant and distinguished, these type of over-water bungalows are spacious and include ventilation that can be adjusted to one’s desire. The rooms are bathed in natural light due to the front glass door leading out to the veranda.

  • Over-water bungalow with ocean/sunset view
  • Teak wood furniture
  • Indoor cosy corner with couches
  • King size bed with ceiling fan
  • Private Semi-Open En-suite bathroom with hot/cold water shower
  • Sundeck with sun beds
  • Two tier open large sunset veranda with daybed and hammocks
  • Mini Bar
  • Papuan "Asmat" Artwork
  • Hair dryer
  • Built up area of 85 sq m (914 sq ft)

From BZ$5,046 per diver for 8 days 7 nights.

From BZ$3,297 per non-diver for 8 days 7 nights.

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See photos of the facilities available at Papua Paradise Eco Resort.

This resort will bring divers to Waigeo Island Area.