Yenmankankan Homestay

Piaynemo - Pam (Fam) Islands


3 x On land - Private bungalow

A single room bungalow (no ensuite bathroom/toilet) Sleeps max. 3 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
  • Good house reef
  • Calm beach
  • Sandy Beach
  • Western style toilet
  • IDR 400,000 to 500,000
  • Has private bungalows


Yenmankankan Homestay shares an idyllic Piaynemo location with neighbouring Gloria Homestay.

Three private bungalows are available. All sit in the shade of beachside trees.

The bungalows sleep two on mattresses on the floor. The usual bedding and mosquito net are supplied, and an extra mattress can be provided if needed.

Meals will be served on bungalow verandahs until Yenmankankan finishes construction of their beachside dining room. As at all homestays, free drinking water and tea and coffee making supplies are provided for guests..

Guests share a small bathroom building that provides a western-style toilet and dip mandi (bucket) bathing.

A weak and variable 4G signal is received at Yenmankankan Homestay. It may not always support a data connection. Electricity is supplied by generator and is available from sunset to around midnight.

Only a little English is spoken at Yenmankankan Homestay: Bringing a phrasebook or translation app will make communication a lot easier.

The nearest village is Saukabu, which is about twenty minutes away by Yenmankankan’s longboat. Be sure to stock up with anything you consider essential, because local villages only have basic supplies available.

Safe rubbish disposal is unavailable on any of the Raja Ampat islands, so if you want to avoid contributing to the trashing of paradise, please take all the inorganic waste you create away with you when you leave.

Transport / Getting there

Waisai pickups and dropoffs cost IDR 2,500,000. Transfers are by longboat capable of carrying 4 passengers. Transfer cost 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.


There’s great snorkelling at Yenmankankan Homestay.

In addition to the house reef that can be enjoyed off the beach, a number of popular Pam Islands sites are close by.

The famed Piaynemo viewpoint is nearby, and Yenmankankan Homestay can provide other trips or transfers on request.

Pam (Fam) Islands

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

Yenmankankan Homestay Location Map