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Papua Explorers Dive Resort

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Pantai Pinsilim, Yenwaupnor, Kec. Meos Mansar, Kabupaten Raja Ampat, Papua Bar., Indonesia

Papua Explorers Dive Resort Rooms

  • Water Bungalow

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Papua Explorers Dive Resort Amenities

  • Bar/Lounge
  • Beachfront Room
  • Breakfast Included
  • Dive Center
  • Ocean View Room
  • Restaurant
  • Spa

About Papua Explorers Dive Resort

Papua Explorers Dive Resort is constructed using traditional Papuan construction methods and local, natural materials. The water bungalows are designed to be in perfect harmony with the exotic surrounding, allowing the guests to feel the breeze from the rainforests, enjoy the songs of the tropical birds and soothe their souls with the flutter of the waves.  The Papua Explorers 300 square meter, over-the-sea restaurant and lounge is designed to offer a relaxing environment to enjoy various international and local dishes from our restaurant and to refresh and relax between the dives.

The little peninsula that Papua Explorers Resort is located is home to the endemic Red Bird of Paradise.  This unique bird and its amazing mating ceremony can be observed after an early morning hike in the rainforest.  There is a pretty lake behind the resort that can be reached after a 5 min hike in the jungle. This short jungle hike is an excellent way to observe the amazing plants and creatures of the rainforest.

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