Warimpurem Homestay

Waigeo - Near Waisai

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Rooms

2 x On beach - Private bungalow

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

2 x On land - Private bungalow

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

Rates

Single (full board)

Unless otherwise specified, price is per person per night incl. 3 meals. IDR 350,000 / person / night

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Features

  • Near village
  • Association member
  • Reef dropoff
  • Western style toilet
  • Seagrass
  • Hiking available
  • Coral
  • Birds of Paradise
  • English speaking
  • Calm beach
  • Diving available
  • Good phone signal
  • Sandy Beach
  • IDR 0 to 350,000
  • Has private bungalows
  • Can pay by credit card

    Details

    Warimpurem Homestay is near Saporkren village, about a 20 minute car ride away from Waisai port.  Four private bungalows are available. Two are located on the beachfront, the other two are on land close by.

    All bungalows sleep four on mattresses on the floor. Bedding includes sheets, pillows, bolsters and mosquito nets. All rooms are equipped with power outlets, room light switches, a small desk with lockable drawers and a mirror. Bathtowels are provided.

    Each bungalow has a covered verandah with seating and a small table.

    Meals are served in a separate dining shelter and comments in Waripurem’s guest book show that Mama Engge’s cooking is one of the highlights of most guests’ stay. Guests will always find free drinking water, tea and coffee available in the dining shelter. There are also more power outlets there for charging devices. A voltage stabiliser is provided for sensitive equipment. In addition to a couple of hammocks provided in the dining shelter, there are a few beachside bench seats and tables for relaxation.

    All guests share a 3 roomed, pebble floored bathroom building. Dip mandi bathing facilities are available in each. There is a western style toilet and hand shower in one room and a squat toilet in another.

    Warimpurem has a strong mobile phone signal which usually supports a 3G data connection and electricity is provided by generator from sunset until around 1.00am.

    The nearby village of Saporkren has some small shops selling basic supplies. Saporkren is a short boat ride or 30 minute walk away. Waisai can be reached by car in about 20 minutes if you need more than Saporkren can supply. AS everywhere in Raja Ampat, its best to take all your inorganic trash away with you when you leave so as not to contribute to the islands’ growing rubbish problem.

    English is spoken at Warimpurem Homestay.

    Transport / Getting there

    Warimpurem is connected by sealed road to Waisai and transfers from the ferry harbour cost IDR 250,000 each way. Price is per journey and can be shared among the vehicle passengers (the cars used can easily accommodate four passengers and baggage).

    Read more about Raja Ampat boat transport prices here.

    Activities

    Warimpurem Homestay offers diving, snorkeling, Bird of Paradise tours and the opportunity to explore Saporkren village and the hidden bays and springs between there and the homestay. If you have your own snorkelling equipment there’s seagrass beds and a reef dropoff to explore at the homestay and some great snorkelling over colourful coral around the Kabui Bay jetty at the western end of Saporkren village. Marine life beneath the main jetty at Saporkren is also worth a look.

    Diving

    Diving can be arranged in conjunction with nearby service providers. See this page for essential Raja Ampat diving safety information.

    Birds of Paradise

    Warimpurem’s Bird of Paradise tour guide can show you Raja Ampat’s famed Wilson’s Bird of Paradise as well as the more common Red Bird of Paradise. Bird of Paradise tours cost IDR 200,000 per person per site (IDR 400,000 per person if you want to see both species) and start early to be on site at dawn when the birds display. It’s about a ninety minute walk through the jungle to the Wilson’s site, departing before dawn at around 4.00am. There is also a good spot for observing cockatoos which is a much shorter hike, being about a 30 minute walk from Saporkren.

    Village visits

    Saporkren is a pretty village and well worth visiting, especially by walking along the beach at low tide. Just to the west of the homestay is the strong spring of cool, fresh water from which Warimpurem takes its name. The Warimpurem spring and two others just like it are only visible at low tide and the walk to the village passes several white sandy coves and shady picnic places popular on the weekends. A raised boardwalk around a rocky bluff near Saporkren offers some great ocean and beach views. Watch for the pods of dolphins that regularly visit this stretch of coast. Saporkren can also be reached via the road that passes the front of the homestay and then via a jungle path that continues from where the road ends. Traffic on the road is very light and almost all vehicles are motorbikes except on weekends when Waisai locals visit the beachside picnic spots along the coast.

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    NameEnggelina Dimara
    Phone+6281354183172