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Good phone signalEnglish speaking
Birds of ParadiseCalm beach
Sandy BeachHas raised beds
Snorkeling equipmentWestern style toilet
On site dive centreHas ensuite bathroom/toilet
IDR 400,000 to 500,000Diving available
Yendebabo Homestay offers two private beach bungalows. Bedrooms are equipped with mattresses with covers, pillows and mosquito nets. Bungalow verandahs have panoramic ocean views. Seating and a small table are provided.
Guests share a bathroom shelter which has a dip mandi bathroom and western style toilet in separate rooms.
Meals are served for all guests at Yendebabo’s beachside dining shelter. Drinking water, tea and coffee are always available there. In addition to the long table and bench seating found at most homestays, Yendebabo Homestay also has a refrigerator for cold drinks!
In addition to the dining shelter and bungalow verandahs, Yendebabo has shady beachside seating and a hammock for relaxation.
Yendebabo has good cell phone reception and lighting and electricity is supplied at night by a generator.
Basic supplies are available at Friwen village, which is about ten minutes away by boat.
English is spoken at Yendebabo and the owners live on site.
Transport / Getting there
Yendebabo occupies a marvellous stretch of sandy beach which is sheltered and perfect for children. The sand gives way to seagrass and then to reef as you move away from the shore and there’s a wide variety of marine life to be observed.
Diving and snorkelling at Yendebabo Homestay
Yendebabo has a dive centre with tanks and equipment for ten divers. Dives at local Dampier Strait sites cost IDR 550,000 per person, all inclusive of gear hire, boat and guide costs.
Dives at more distant locations (Pam Islands, Kabui Passage etc) can be arranged. Boat costs will be added.
Snorkellers can rent fins, masks and snorkels when not in use by divers, but bringing your own equipment is always a good idea to ensure you don’t have to deal with ill-fitting masks or fins.