Papua Paradise, your prime choice of Eco Resorts in Raja Ampat

Posted on 04 August 2017

Female Cendrawasih Bird in Papua Paradise Eco Resort

Escape the hustle and bustle of your busy daily lives. Enjoy complete serenity, tranquility, and surreal sceneries. Apart from the diving, bird watching tours and complimentary kayaking awaits you at our beach front Eco Resort in Raja Ampat.

Find yourself in the middle of nowhere on the outskirts of the Indonesian Archipelago, but with all the comfort and security of a luxury resort. Our spacious and luminous rooms are built on stilts and overlook the ocean. All elements of the rooms are designed to give a harmoniously balanced flare. Sit on your private veranda and enjoy the sounds of nature and a spectacular view over the turquoise waters of Raja Ampat. (more…)

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Raja Ampat Stingless jellyfish in Lake Lenmakana

Posted on 27 July 2017

Jely fish in Lenmakana lake Raja Ampat

What it feels like to swim readily amongst hundreds or perhaps lots and lots of jellyfish associated with numerous designs as well as dimensions? You may think it isn’t possible because this particular ocean beast is recognized for its painful as well as dangerous sting. However, among the many several fascinating miracles from the Indonesian Archipelago, there will be places like Lake Lenmakana where one can truly swim with one of these superb creatures and not have to worry. (more…)

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What can you do in Raja Ampat if you are not a diver?

Posted on 13 July 2017


If you’re a diver, you are most likely to already know that Raja Ampat will be as close as you’ll ever get to visiting heaven on Earth.

Raja Ampat’s marine environment has a lot to offer, and so does the island. It’s rare, rich and accessible, so you don’t need to be a diver to become enthralled from the ever-changing kaleidoscope of form and color under the region’s waves. (more…)

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The best diving exploration with Papua Paradise

Posted on 07 July 2017

Student Reef check Diving in Raja Ampat

Many questions if wonders like Raja Ampat may be the last piece of paradise that could be found on Earth. If it is, then Raja Ampat has got to be on your bucket list. The intriguing undersea exploration in Raja Ampat has made it one of fascinating diving destinations for divers and scuba enthusiasts around the world. Raja Ampat islands are exactly for those who are curious about the rich underwater world and do not mind the expedition. Lying just off of Indonesia’s West Papua province are the “Four Kings” (Raja Ampat): the islands of Waigeo, Salawati, Batanta, and Misool.


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