Make a booking by using our free online booking form to automatically translate and send your request, or contact the homestay directly yourself. Read this important information about how to arrange your booking.
Consider organising a guide for your stay. A guide can be invaluable help when you are staying in a remote area.
Organise your visa. A 30 day visa on arrival is available at all Indonesian ports of entry. If you want to spend longer than that in Raja Ampat we’d recommend getting a 60 day visa before leaving your home country. (That way you won’t have to hang around in Sorong trying to organise an extension.)
Install and configure the Raja Ampat Environment Watch App on your mobile device so you can help in the conservation of Raja Ampat’s marine and terrestrial wonders.
Tell your friends. A well patronised locally owned ecotourism economy is – provided that tourists visit responsibly and don’t overburden local infrastructure – the best chance Raja Ampat has of protecting its environmental treasures from the lucrative but incredibly damaging resource extraction and development pressures that could destroy it.