Cheap way to go to Raja Ampat

During this time a lot of domestic tourists, especially from Jakarta, was reluctant to go to Raja Ampat, West Papua. This is because the issue of expensive foreign-run inn there. In fact, by means of a backpacker, we can go to the Raja Ampat.

The backpackers who want to go to the Raja Ampat Islands, be diligent to open sites from Jakarta to Sorong flight path at the time was not the holiday season. To get to Sorong, you could see the airlines sites Batavia Air, Wings Air, and Air Express. Approximately Rp 3 million fares from Jakarta to Sorong go-home and takes about seven hours because of the transit in Makassar about two hours.

From Airport Domine Eduard Osok in Sorong, you can walk out the airport. Outside the airport will be found the main road to the city and its port of Sorong. There a lot of public transportation to the Port of Sorong yellow color, enough with the cost of Rp 3,000.

At the port, you can climb aboard the people to the capital of Raja Ampat. Ship of the people at a cost of Rp 120,000 per person per day of sailing at around 14:00 CDT. Keep your plane comes in at 12.00 CEST Sorong before so you can rest before waiting for the ship depart. People traveling by boat from Sorong to Raja Ampat take about two hours.

In Waisai, Waigeo Island, the capital of Raja Ampat, you can search for hotels by price Rp 300,000 to Rp 400,000 per night. For the purposes of exploration diving and sailing to the islands of Raja Ampat, you could hire a native boat.

In Sorong there are many good hotels two star and three that provide food with rice and various side dishes. The domestic tourists who want to remain stay in Sorong because the facility can make a day trip without needing to stay in Waisai.

To do this, you need to rent a speedboat around Rp 8 million per day with a capacity of 20 persons per boat. You must gather 20 people so it's pretty venture Rp 400 thousand per person was able to sail to the Raja Ampat for 12 hours straight during the day.

Starting at 07.00 CET until evening you can sail into four to five adjacent islands. Starting from the Strait Dampir, Pencil Island, Cave of the existing Coral skeletons ancestral tomb of Raja Ampat, up to the resort Sorido or directly to Wayag Islands. Wayag Islands are an icon of the Raja Ampat consists of several small islands are beautiful when viewed from above.

If you want to see a resort setting that managed Caucasians, you are allowed to stop and parking at the pier. You can see the beautiful white beaches and clean sea water is very clear so that the corals and fish can be seen directly from the dock.

Small island across from the pier Sorido connected with white sand beaches and beautiful ocean views. Guide from the resort will take you to see the atmosphere of the inn and surrounding islands that many bali pandanus trees are old and infertile.

We had stopped in one of the resort with a rate of $ 2 million per person per room. We see the room is beautiful with views of beach and blue sea that can be seen from the windows and doors. Facilities eat, sleep, and a guide for diving provided for guests staying at the resort. Cleanliness of rooms and the resort is very awake. Occasionally there is the sea of ​​cranes that run at the resort. To stay at the resort, you only need to send an e-mail and sign so. Your arrival will be greeted at the Port of Sorong.

If you stay in Sorong, good seafood, like fish, crabs, and grilled shrimp, and fast food are often found in restaurants and cafes tent in Sorong. Typical fish is a fish budara Sorong. This fish has a lot of flesh and bones of so rare a small spines that can be stuck in the throat.

Souvenirs typical of Sorong is taro or taro chips, shredded bread rolls of tuna, and grilled fish budara. For souvenirs, in Kampung Baru, Sorong, found many shops selling typical Papuan batik, like an arrow pattern, birds of paradise, and drums. Koteka Suvernir of Asmat carvings and also can be found in some souvenir shops in Sorong.

For the night in Sorong, along the beach wall tents are often found stalls selling various kinds of seafood, grilled chicken, and coto Makassar

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