This form is for bookings only - you can not use it to check availability. Here is why Features Western style toilet Hiking available English speaking Good house reef Has email contact Calm beach Diving available Good phone signal IDR 360,000 to 450,000 Sandy Beach Details
Yenanas Paradise Homestay sits in the shade of coconut palms on the beach to the east of Yenbeser village. Five single room, private bungalows are available. Each room has a double mattress on the floor with sheets, pillows, bolsters and mosquito nets and power outlets and room light switches are provided.
One private bungalow is on the beach, while the others are set back among the trees just behind the beach. but still have ocean views. All have a small verandah at front that provide ocean views and are equipped with small tables and chairs.
Meals are served in Yenanas’ large beachside dining shelter where drinking water, tea and coffee are always freely available to guests. A refrigerator is also provided. Several tables and bench settings are also available in the shade of the beachfront trees for relaxation outdoors.
A western style pedestal toilet and dip mandi bathroom are provided in a separate rooms in a bathroom building that is shared by all guests.
Yenanas Paradise Homestay has good cell phone reception and electricity is provided by a combination of solar and generator.
If you need supplies, the village of Yenbeser on Gam’s south coast is a five minute speedboat ride away. At low tide it’s possible to walk there along the beach. Be sure to take all your inorganic rubbish away with you when leaving Yenanas Paradise Homestay. There’s no non-polluting means of
disposal of such trash in Raja Ampat.
English is spoken at Yenanas Paradise Homestay.
Transport / Getting there Activities Diving and snorkelling at Yenanas Paradise Homestay
Located on a fantastic sheltered beach that’s perfect for children, Yenanas Paradise Homestay affords safe swimming over a sandy bottom close inshore, transitioning to a coral reef that offers great snorkelling as you get further out. (Bring your own snorkelling gear.)
Diving is available at Yenanas by arrangement with neighbouring operators.
Providing sunrise ocean views, the Yenanas Paradise beach also has a strong freshwater spring which bubbles up on the seabed and is accessible at low tide. Turtles and small sharks are often seen in the shallows by day and walking sharks can be seen at night.
Apart from birds of paradise, cuscus, tikus besar and a host of other birds and smaller animals, the nearby jungle also conceals a grove of bamboo containers used long ago in magic rituals conducted for individuals by Yenbeser’s village doctor.
Jungle trails lead from Yenanas Paradise to a tree where Red Birds of Paradise come to display. The display tree is about an hour’s walk from Yenanas and a deviation to take in a panoramic viewpoint can be made.
Other interesting places to visit nearby include the Kanji-inscribed Japanese naval survey marker on Monkairi (Batu Lima) and other war relics in the jungle near the village of Yenbeser.
Yenanas Paradise Homestay Tours
Prices are quoted in Indonesian Rupiah and with the exception of the Bird of Paradise tour, are per boat, shared among passengers. In addition to the tours below, Yenanas can organise trips to any other location you want to visit.
TOUR PRICE Piaynemo Full Day Tour (includes lunch) As well as the spectacular karst islands of Piaynemo, this trip visits Friwen Wall, Mios Kun (bat island), the Pasir Timbul sandbank and Pulau Arborek. 5,000,000 Kabui Bay Tour Leaving at 0900 and returning around 1400, you’ll see a lot of the bay on the way to Kabui Passage and will also visit Batu Lima, Batu Pensil and the Pef cave handprints. 3,000,000 Full day snorkelling trip Snorkelling at Batu Lima, Friwen Wall and Max Point 500,000 per person Red Birds of Paradise ObservationAvailable at 0500 and 1500, these guided trips will show you the dawn or evening displays of Gam’s Red Birds of Paradise 150,000 per person Pulau Gam
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