Sorido Bay Resort, Raja Ampat
The bungalows are extremely spacious and comfortable, with en suite bathroom, satellite TV, AC, fan, and mini bar. Each room also has a spacious camera work table with both 220V and 110V power outlets, as well as a camera rinsing area. Tastefully decorated with authentic Papuan artifacts, each bungalow has a private verandah that offers breathtaking views of Cape Kri.
The main building of the resort provides a one-stop solution for guests to unwind, with an inviting lounge area, library, all-day coffee and tea facilities, snacks and wireless Internet connection. The dining area in the main building is spacious, with a splendid view over the bay, where guests enjoy delicious variety of cuisine.
When staying at Sorido Bay you will have it all, beautiful topside location, unbeatable diving, and top accommodation with excellent food.
About Papua Diving
Papua Diving is a Dutch owned and managed company, pioneering scuba diving in Raja Ampat since 1990. With almost 20 years of diving experience, no operator knows the area as well as Papua Diving, thanks to their all indigenous Papuan dive staff, all born and raised in the area.
Their operation is based on Kri Island, about 75 km northwest of Sorong at the tip of the bird's-head-like peninsula in Papua. Papua Diving is now operating two resorts on the island, Kri Eco Resort and Sorido Bay Resort. Guests reach the resorts by flying to Sorong, and then taking the 2 hour boat ride provided by the resort. The resorts offer comfortable accommodation in truly unspoiled nature, with spectacular topside scenery and incredible diving and snorkeling at the world's richest reefs.
Papua Diving offers unlimited diving with a maximum of 6 divers in each boat, and strives to have one guide for every 2 divers, thus all diving is tailor made and personalized. Guides are experienced and the diving reflects that. Divers utilize custom made fiberglass dive boats and are equipped with first aid kits, oxygen, compass, GPS navigation and communication equipement.
Each day's diving is different and may include from 3 to 5 dives (3 day dives + 1 night dive being the average), depending on the divers' desires. The unlimited dives offered are for dive sites within a 10km radius of the resorts. Guests generally will not find it necessary to go outside of the 10km radius, as there are many beautiful dive sites in the area.
Diving is not offered between 6PM Friday and 6PM on Saturday, but night diving is possible on Saturday after 6PM.
Raja Ampat is not only stunning underwater and as Papua Diving does not offer diving between Friday and Saturday, dusk to dusk, Saturdays are the perfect times for rest and relaxation, to explore the island, swim, snorkel, kayak, and enjoy some time off from diving. The area is far off the beaten track and is rarely visited by foreigners. It's dense jungle interior is known for its many orchids and the Bird's of Paradise. Free transport is provided to see the Red Bird of Paradise on nearby Gam Island early on Saturday mornings.
7 nights unlimited dives package EURO 2,943.00 per person
Includes: full-board, AC-accommodation (Sentani Bungalow), Sunday-to-Sunday transfers with airport pick-up and porter services, government taxes, unlimited dives (5 days from Monday-Friday) with 3 guided boat dives + 1 guided dusk dive OR 1 night dive per day within 10 km radius around the resort) and unlimited unguided house reef dives between 07:00-21:00 within 10 km radius of the resort, FREE NITROX, tax & service.