Mamere Homestay

Pam - Pam (Fam) Islands


3 x On land - VIP bungalow

A single room bungalow with ensuite bathroom and toilet. Sleeps max. 3 persons / room.


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Twin share from USD 38.45 per person / night including 3 meals daily

Single occupancy from USD 38.45 per person / night including 3 meals daily

Discount for children under 12

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* Under 12yrs

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  • Hiking available
  • Calm beach
  • Child discount
  • Sandy Beach
  • Has raised beds
  • Western style toilet
  • IDR 500,000 to 600,000
  • Has ensuite bathroom/toilet
  • In village
  • Has private bungalows


    Mamere Homestay lies next to the fine white sand beach at Saukabu village, on Pam Island’s sheltered north-east coast.

    Three VIP bungalows occupy shaded positions on the edge of the beach.

    The bungalows sleep two on raised beds. Bedding for a third guest can be provided if needed. The usual bedding and mosquito nets are supplied, and all rooms are provided with a small table, electrical outlets, and room light switches.

    VIP bungalows have ensuite bathrooms, and electric fans are also provided.

    All bungalows have covered verandahs with sea views through the beachside trees. Chairs and table are provided on the verandahs.

    Meals are served in Mamere Homestay’s beachside dining room. Free drinking water and tea and coffee making supplies are always available for guests there.

    Mamere Homestay usually receives a decent phone signal, and internet connections are available. The signal varies dramatically though, and occasionally vanishes completely.

    Electricity is from Saukabu’s village supply, and is available at night only.

    Only a little English is spoken at Mamere Homestay, so bringing an offline translation app or phrasebook would be a good idea.

    There are small shops in Saukabu, but be sure to stock up with anything you consider essential, because local villages only have basic supplies available.

    Safe rubbish disposal doesn’t exist in Raja Ampat: Please take all your inorganic waste away with you when you leave. Anything left in the islands will only contribute to the trashing of paradise.

    Transport / Getting there

    Transfers between Waisai and Mamere Homestay are by longboat which can carry up to 4 people.

    The trip cost is IDR 2,500,000 and is shared by passengers.

    Read more about Raja Ampat boat transport prices here.

    Public Boat to the Fam Islands

    If you have plenty of time, you don’t mind a bit of discomfort, and you want spend as little as possible on transport costs, then there are cargo boats that you can use to get to the Fam Islands. (Obviously, if you are going to arrive on the cargo boat, then you don’t need to request a Waisai pickup when submitting the booking form above.)

    Here’s what you need to know about getting the cargo boat to Fam.


    Be sure to bring snorkelling gear, as there are plenty of excellent snorkelling sites nearby.

    Long walks are easy, thanks to the trail that connects Saukabu to Pam’s other two villages. From Saupapir you can cross to a jetty on Pam’s northern shore.

    Mamere Homestay can organise any kind of local sightseeing and snorkelling trip you want.

    One popular example: The Piaynemo viewpoint / Star lagoon / Manta lagoon sightseeing excursion. Mamere homestay offers this trip for  IDR 1,000,000 (trip price shared by up to 4 passengers, maximum. (For a bit more, you could combine this with snorkelling at Batu Rufas.)

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