There’s a lot to do at Corepen Homestay. Located in a private cove on one of Raja Ampat’s best beaches, Corepen has great snorkelling at the door. Entry to the water is easy due to the sand bottom, which transitions to rich coral gardens with bountiful sea life. Nearby are seagrass meadows often grazed by dugongs and you’ll see dolphins almost every day.
At low tide long beachwalks are possible and a Corepen also offers a guided 30 minute walk into the jungle behind the homestay to see the dawn displays of Red Birds of Paradise. The walks begin before dawn (bring a flashlight!) and cost IDR 100,000 per person. Others of the many bird species that can be observed at Corepen include cockatoos, parrots and ground dwelling mound builders known locally as maleo.
Yenbeser village is close by, as are the attractions of Kri, Friwen, Arborek and Kabui Bay.
Corepen Homestay has an on site dive center operated by Enzo and Maria (who were originally based at Kordiris Homestay).
Prices are in Indonesian Rupiah. Please note that you need to add the daily equipment hire charge of 150,000 to the prices below.
|NUMBER OF DIVES
|Plus: Equipment hire charge (per day)
Corepen Homestay snorkelling and sightseeing tours
Snorkelling and sightseeing tours can be arranged as desired. The table below shows prices in Indonesian Rupiah for the most commonly requested tours. The prices are per boat and are shared by passengers. The longboat used can accommodate a maximum of two passengers, but a larger boat can be arranged if required.
|Kabui Bay and Passage
(includes Wawiyai village)