Raja4Divers

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  • Nitrox
  • Internet
  • PADI
  • Restaurant
  • Swimming pool
  • Camera Station
  • Airport Transfer
  • Child Friendly
  • Spa/Massage
  • Bar

Located at Pulau Pef Island, Raja4Divers has been opened to the guests since June 2011. The dive resort nestles along a palm fringed, west facing beach, with spectacular sunsets right in front of the bungalows. With only eight bungalows and the unrivalled service levels its one of the most exclusive diving resort in Raja Ampat and Indonesia.
Pulau Pef is a mini Raja Ampat all in one - meaning that it offers not only world class 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!

Accommodation

  • 1 Papuan style water bungalows

    Along a beautiful coconut palm fringed beach, Raja4Divers offers authentic Papuan style water bungalows on stilts. Extremely spacious, light and airy. The design relies on proven traditional Papuan building methods, and blends with modern ideas in order to maximise airflow and promote well-being, without compromising the natural surroundings.
    The bungalow measures 128sqm: bedroom 48sqm, deck 38sqm, open air bathroom 42sqm.

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Room amenities include

  • ipad
  • mini fridge
  • mini safe
  • water dispenser
  • writing desk and note book
  • mosquito net
  • water kettle
  • hot and cold water
  • bath and swimming towels
  • complimentary 3in1 shampoo and soap
  • large en-suite indoor/outdoor bathroom
  • international adaptor
  • sun loungers & hammock

Dining

The open overwater restaurant serves three meals a day. Besides this, snacks, fruit, coffee, tea and drinking water are available the whole day.
For breakfast you will find a buffet with fresh baked bread, corn flakes, pancakes, fruits and more. If you already like to eat some fried rice in the morning – just order a Nasi Goreng in the kitchen. Lunch includes varieties of Indonesian dishes and is served buffet style. For dinner the three Indonesian courses, that also might have a western touch, will be served by our chef and his team at the long table.
All the meals are prepared with fresh ingredients. Local people from different villages around Pulau Pef sell fresh fish and vegetables by coming to the resort with their own boats.

Diving

While the Dive Centre is located in the main building at the start of the jetty, the wet / dry storage areas are conveniently located at the pier at the end of the jetty, where dive briefings are held and the dive boats are docked.
The dive boats have quiet and fuel efficient twin Yamaha 50hp 4-stroke outboard motors, built-in shade protection, and have been custom fitted to maximum space and comfort, offering a maximum of eight divers per boat.
Each dive boat is equipped with standard safety equipment - First Aid kit, First Aid Oxygen, tools, compass and 2-way radio, as well as dedicated padded camera crates, drinking water and towels on all trips.

  • Free Nitrox
  • Private Guide Per Week 463$
  • Private Boat Charter

Dive Courses

Raja4Divers offers a wide range of PADI dive courses.
Contact us for more info and prices.

  • PADI Discover Scuba Diving
  • PADI Open Water Referral
  • PADI Open Water
  • PADI Adventure Dives
  • PADI Adventure Diver
  • PADI Advanced Open Water
  • PADI Specialty Courses
  • PADI NItrox Course 272$
  • PADI EFR
  • PADI Rescue Diver

Equipment Rental

All equipment hire are subject to availability. You are strongly advised to inform us early to reserve. The rates are on a per week basis.

  • BCD+regulator+computer 169$
  • BCD+regulator 136$
  • Regulator 82$
  • BCD 54$
  • Dive Computer 54$
  • Mask+snorkel+fins 54$
  • Mask+snorkel 27$
  • Fins 27$
  • Wetsuit 54$
  • Torch

Facilities

  • Restaurant
  • Bar
  • Lobby/Reception
  • Library
  • Dive Center
  • Camera Room
  • Souvenir Shop

Services

  • Daily Housekeeping
  • Laundry Service
  • Room Service
  • Free Wi-Fi
  • Airport Transfer
  • Land Tours

Activities

Pulau Pef is a mini Raja Ampat all in one - meaning that it offers not only world class 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!

Customised Packages Available Upon Request

  • Custom Packages

    price: 0 USD

    Custom Packages available on request.

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  • Pef House Reef

    The house reef of Pulau Pef offers good diving and snorkelling opportunities, with a great variety of fish and critters. Night dives are convenient, colourful and productive, with the endemic Raja Ampat Walking Shark often sighted.  At times a school of Batfish reside under the pier making for good photographic opportunities, and often baby Blacktip Sharks can be seen playfully hunting small fish in the shallows under the restaurant. A snorkel along the house reef reveals colourful coral gardens and whatever your are lucky to encounter:  Clownfish in anemones, schools of Bumphead Parrotfishes, every shape and size of reef fish, octopus, cuttle fish, resting Wobbegong Sharks, nudibranchs , Mandarin Fishes - the possibilities are endless.

  • Dive Sites around Pulau Pef

    Diving is tailored to suit a fair mix of weather conditions, logistics and guests’ wishes. In the general area surrounding Pulau Pef, it is possible to experience a myriad of dive sites and snorkelling locations, with a fascinating variety of habitats and experiences. During a typical week, it is possible to see varieties of schooling fish, Pygmy Seahorses, nudibranchs and small critters, Wobbegong Sharks, endemic Raja Ampat Walking Sharks (Bamboo Shark), Bumphead Parrotfishes, turtles, Giant Trevally, Barracuda, Manta Rays and just about every reef fish and critter in the book, set against a back-drop of the healthiest hard and soft corals that scientists have named ‘the Earth’s richest seascape’.