Like the bungalows, our Seaview Restaurant overlooks the pristine house reef, the surface of which is
constantly rippling with leaping baitfish and the lithe juvenile reef sharks that live in the bay.
We serve a variety of European and Indonesian Cuisine on an elaborate buffet, and no effort is spared in our
kitchens to ensure the highest quality of the food and service to our guests. All locally grown produce
available (such as bananas, jackfruit, cassava, water spinach, various other greens and more) is purchased
from villages in the surrounding islands; many other vegetables and fruits come from our vegetable garden,
while other items are purchased from the local port of Sorong.
Specialty items like yoghurt, all bread and cakes, as well as pasta and ravioli are all homemade and are
Papua Paradise Divers is one of the very few PADI 5 star dive resorts in Raja Ampat. The diving facility
operates according to best safety standards, with an emphasis on customer service and professional
standards. We maintain a 4 guest to one guide standard to ensure the highest quality experience for divers.
Our dive vessels are purpose built for diving, and are each equipped with oxygen, first aid kits, fresh towels,
hot drinks, snacks and fruit, as well as VHF Radio and standard marine safety equipment, and a crew who are
standing by to assist guest in all aspects of the dive.
The reefs of Raja Ampat have long been feted and extolled. The region is known to be one of the most
biodiverse in the world, and at least 75 percent of all coral species in existence can be found in Raja Ampat.
The marine life is equally spectacular, and the range of creatures from schooling manta rays, to minute,
recently discovered pipefish and seahorse species, is astonishing. Schools of fish in the thousands writhe
over coral reef slopes that offer sightings of turtles, eels, cuttlefish and sharks, including the famous
wobbygongs; and after diving the various sites in the heart of Raja Ampat, a visitors conclusion is invariable
- this truly is a magnificent epicenter of marine biodiversity