Mioskor Homestay

Pam (Fam) Islands - Mios Kor


4 x Private bungalow

A single room bungalow (no ensuite bathroom/toilet) Sleeps max. 4 persons / room.


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Twin share from USD 26.92 per person / night including 3 meals daily

Single occupancy from USD 26.92 per person / night including 3 meals daily

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  • Coral
  • Quiet hideaway
  • Calm beach
  • Sandy Beach
  • Has raised beds
  • Western style toilet
  • IDR 400,000 to 500,000
  • Has private bungalows


    Mioskor Homestay is located on the sheltered northern shore of Mios Kor – a small sand cay in the Pam Islands.

    Four private bungalows are set in the shade of beachside trees.

    All bungalow bedrooms have real beds, and extra mattresses can be provided if needed. Bedding includes sheets, pillows, bolsters and mosquito nets. Bungalow bedrooms are also equipped with fans and cupboards. Light switches and power outlets for charging devices are provided. All bungalows have covered verandahs with a table and chairs and excellent ocean views.

    Meals are served at a beachside dining shelter, and drinking water, and tea and coffee making supplies are provided free of charge.

    Guests share a two-room bathroom building which has a western style toilet in one room and dip mandi (bucket) bathing in the other.

    Electricity is supplied by generator, and is available from sunset to around midnight.

    A variable phone signal is usually available at Mioskor Homestay. (Half bars and an H connection the day we visited.)

    Only a little English is spoken at Mioskor Homestay, so a phrasebook or a translation app will prove handy if you don’t speak Bahasa Indonesia.

    Pam village is a ten minute boat ride away, and basic supplies can be purchased in shops there.

    Please be aware that, as everywhere in Raja Ampat, there is no way to properly dispose of inorganic waste at Mioskor. To avoid contributing to the trashing of paradise, all homestays ask that you take all your inorganic trash away with you when you leave.

    Transport / Getting there

    Transfers between Waisai and Mioskor Homestay are by longboat capable of carrying 4 passengers max. The one-way transfer cost of IDR 1,800,000 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.


    Snorkelling and sightseeing

    Beautiful white sand beaches and a rich fringing reef afford great snorkelling opportunities, and Mioskor Homestay can of course organise snorkelling and sightseeing trips to Piaynemo and any other of the Pam Islands you care to visit.

    Pam Island is only a ten minute boat ride away and is a great place to spend the day. Two villages, long beaches and walking trails provide plenty of opportunities to explore.

    Nearby Pambemuk Island is tiny, but it hosts Pam’s largest village and port. It’s also a great place to spend a day.

    When you’re done, relax and soak up the sunset from your bungalow verandah while the breeze whispers through Mios Kor’s native casuarinas.

    Fam Islands

    See our Pam Islands page for an overview of the Fam Islands and their attractions.

    Mioskor Homestay Location Map