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Connect with Nature

Alfred Wallace, English explorer and naturalist, upon visiting Kabui passage in Raja Ampat, described it to be "one of the most singular and picturesque landscapes I've ever seen".


The lodge gives you the opportunity to immerse yourself in one of the most biodiverse areas on earth from ridge to reef.


It's the perfect place to disconnect from the hustle and bustle of daily life and connect with nature alone or with loved ones.


Scuba Diving

Lodge host Jack is a certified dive instructor who is partnered with three diving operators. He will recommend the best operator for your needs who will pick you up from your bungalow's doorstep to make the best of this world-famous diving spot. 



Get your hands and feet dirty to learn about and pick from the many kinds of plants and fruit trees we grow in our permaculture garden.



Raja Ampat is one of the world’s greatest destination to look for reptiles and other nocturnal creatures, with new species regularly being discovered. Go on a nighttime herping walk with our local guides.


Trekking & Bird Watching

Go with local birdwatching guides, venture solo or camp overnight deep in the rainforest to spot the famous Red bird of paradise, Wilson bird of paradise and other species of beautiful birds endemic to the area.


Snorkelling & Fishing

In front of our lodge, the reef is home to a variety of colourful fish and coral species that is a sight to behold for guests who enjoy underwater explorations.


You can also experience a unique fishing trip at sea that uses a mix of local Papuan and Western fishing styles.

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Hookah Diving

The AirBuddy system bridges the gap between snorkelling and scuba diving. 

It does not require any air refills, complicated logistics or bulky gear yet it enables diving for almost an hour up to 6m deep.

Upon request and subject to availability, your host can provide a tailored introductory course in the lodge's reef.

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Paddle Board & Dolphin Spotting

A stand-up paddle is available for you to explore Kabui bay. It’s a wonderful way to enjoy nearby coves when the sea is calm. You’ll be able to regularly spot dolphins in the mornings and evenings, as the area in front of the lodge has been recognised as a mating ground.

Ready to plan your adventure?

Choose from two unique bungalows, enjoy healthy homecooked meals and a lush garden set between the rainforest and our reef.

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