I am not a diver. What can I do during my stay?

  • March 15, 2017

Activities close to the resort:

  • Snorkeling at our beautiful house reef
  • Kayaking
  • Massage or facial treatment in our spa
  • Yoga
  • Lounging on our sundeck
  • Taking a walk to our neighboring village Yenwaupnor, with shy but friendly inhabitants (also many of our employees come from this village, so you might see some familiar faces)
  • Taking a walk along the beach during low tide
  • Guided early morning or early afternoon trip to see the Red Bird of Paradise (it starts from the village and then it’s a 20-minute walk up the hill to the Bird watching station)

Activities reachable by boat:

  • Going along on the daily diving boats for snorkeling (including snorkel guide, snacks, coffee/tea, towels) – this is subject to a surcharge.
    Many of our dive sites are suitable for snorkeling as well. During the surface interval in between dives we have a coffee at a nice beach, or at a nice village. So, there’s always something to see.
  • Joining one of the full day trips where we combine sightseeing and diving/snorkeling. This is subject to a surcharge. The prices for the full day trips can be found in our information document. You can find the descriptions of some of the full day trips we offer under the following links: Fam Islands, The Passage, Wayag, Batanta. Our managers at the resort will be happy to tell you more about it.
  • If you are really into birds, we can also recommend an extensive bird watching trip where you might see both the Wilson’s Bird of Paradise and the Red Bird of Paradise and other birds. However, we recommend it for serious ‘birders’ only because it’s a long hike very early in the morning.

Please consult our info document for more information. Please also consult the price section for excursion and snorkel prices.

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