Beautiful Papuan Water Cabins in IndonesiaKri Island, West Papua (Indonesia)
Most of the resort was built using local materials that were bought from local villagers, offering employment to those communities at the same time. At the moment more than 89% of the staff are Papuans, many of them ex-sharkfinners and dynamite fishermen.
This unique resort consists of 6 traditional water bungalows (max. 20 guests) and 1 deluxe cottage which offer traditional Papuan accommodation with excellent food and a relaxed, friendly atmosphere. The whole resort was built by Papuan villagers and local materials such as round wood and leaves of palm trees were used in the construction. The resort is truly part of nature and every morning guests are awoken by a soft yet beautiful orchestra of birds. Read More
Most of the resort was built using local materials that were bought from local villagers, offering employment to those communities at the same time. At the moment more than 89% of the staff are Papuans, many of them ex-sharkfinners and dynamite fishermen.Read More
- Laundry service
Location + Surroundings
Located on Kri Island island off West Papua, this glamping site offers beautiful cottages sitting on powder-white beaches, nestled into the lush forest, right along the richest house-reef of the world, where Dr.G. Allen broke the world record count of 374 different species.
- Bird watching
- Scuba diving
To stay with Kri Eco is more than just an opportunity for an escape; it is also a direct contribution to local marine and community conservation activities.The proximity to Raja Ampat, the world’s epicenter of coral diversity, offers unrivaled diving opportunities.
- Infants allowed Under 2 years old
- Children allowed 2-12 years old
- No parties
- Some spaces are shared
- You will receive a full refund if you cancel at least 7 days prior to check-in.
- You will be charged for one full night’s stay plus 50% of the cost of the rest of the stay if you cancel within 7 days of check-in.
The ‘True Eco’ experience is the fact that we encourage trade with the local villagers. The friendly Papuan people come to our beach with their small boats and sell their fresh, hand caught fish, and home-grown vegetables and spices. Twice a week we send a supply boat to Sorong (75km away) to stock up with chicken, meat, dry stores, and supplements to enhance your culinary experience. Cold beer, soda drinks and chocolate are brought in from Sorong the nearest town are also available. Read More