Raja 4 Divers is located on Pulau Pef, a beautiful island about 50km south of the equator in the north-west part of Raja Ampat. The resort, which is under swiss management, was built along a palm fringed beach. Guests have the whole island to explore. Spectacular bays, hidden lakes, lagoons, exotic birds and vegetations. Boat transfers from Sorong are scheduled on Saturdays and back to Sorong on Fridays. The travel time is approx. 3 hours depending on weather conditions.
Accommodation & Facilities
The resort accommodates a max. of 18 guests in spacious water bungalows, all built according to traditional Papuan methods using local materials. Each bungalow has an indoor/outdoor bathroom with hot and cold water, mini fridge, tea/coffee maker, iPad, water dispenser, writing desk, mini safe, bath towels, swimming towels and a large sunset deck with sun lounges, hammock, steps into the water and glorious seaviews.
The over-water restaurant serves a delicious cuisine using local produce and flavours. The new Pef Bar at the sunset lounge offers soft drinks, beer, wine, juices and daily specials.
Pulau Pef is a mini Raja Ampat all in one - meaning that it offers not only diving and snorkelling on the house reef and a large variety of dive sites in the general area surrounding the island, but also a host of other exciting activities close to nature - hiking, climbing, kayaking, swimming, sunbathing, walking, imaging, birding or just plain relaxing!
There is only one scheduled boat transfer to the resort on Saturdays. Guests must arrive in Sorong before 9.30am for the same day transfer to the resort. The boat departs at 10.00am. The transfer boat awaits only delayed flights max. until 12noon. All guests return to Sorong on Friday evening and stay one night at the Swiss BelHotel (inclusive in accommodation rate). Guests can depart at any time on Saturday.
You should know...
Any incidentals at the resort are payable in cash only. Euro, USD, CHF or IDR are accepted. No credit card facilities are available at the resort.
Wi-Fi internet is available on the island, however, for the time being there is no cell phone signal.