Meridian Adventure Dive Resort, Raja Ampat
The Meridian Adventure Dive Resort on Waisai Island is the first PADI 5-star boutique hotel in Raja Ampat. The modern, simple, clean, air-conditioned hotel combined with high performance, low-emission dive boats and an exceptional on-site food and beverage program makes diving on the best dive sites our planet has to offer an experience second to none.
Surrounded by jungle, this relaxed resort is 12 km from Bird Watching Saporkren, and 2 km away from Waisai Harbour.
The rooms offer flat-screen TV with international satellite channels, custom-made linens, and en-suite bathrooms. The facilities include bar, restaurant with an airy dining room, and an outdoor pool with seating. Free WiFi is available.
Meridian Adventure Dive crew are professionally trained instructors and dive masters. Their main focus and goal is to deliver an experience that will last a lifetime, with a yearning to come back for more.
They offer well maintained, high quality top of the line rental equipment from Aqualung which is included in the dive package rate. The dive center facility boasts a compressor system that makes the turnaround time for a dive one of the most efficient in the area capable of filling 60 cylinder within 40 minutes. In addition, the customized dive boats revolutionize the functionality and comfort of dive boat operations.
Meridian’s tried, tested and tailored itineraries maximize your days diving, to deliver the most unforgettable and valuable experience and activities in Raja Ampat.
- Paddle Boarding
- Boat Tours
Price starting from:
7D/6N + 16 dives Package: US$ 2,268 (per person, twin share).
Valid until 31 Dec 2021
Includes: Accommodation, breakfast, up to 16 dives with equipment rental (BCD, regulator, 3mm full body wetsuit, mask and fins), pick-up transfers, WIFI, tax, and GoPro Footage from all your dives.
Not included: Lunch, dinner, drinks, Marine Park Permit (approximately US$ 70.00, valid for 12 months).
Please note: The rate doesn’t include full board meals because the resort urges people to eat out for lunch and dinner to experience local cuisine. The resort wants to share with the community; therefore, if the guests eat outside, the community will feel that they receive benefits as well. If the guests want to experience local cuisine, it will cost them no more than USD 8-10 per meal per person or about USD 140 per week.