Misool Eco Resort – Raja Ampat, Indonesia
An all-inclusive resort with 7, 9 and 11 night options, guests will find a romantic island oasis at the Misool Eco Resort. Strictly environmentally aware and built with sustainability in mind, guests will find themselves in overwater villas that have been built on-site from locally milled and reclaimed wood. Adding to each villa’s allure are grass roofs situated over outdoor seating areas that also provide an easy way to dip into the sea for an afternoon snorkel or swim.
In addition to beautiful, private rooms, guests will also find a restaurant on-site alongside a spa offering a variety of treatments to choose from. Scuba diving, snorkeling and excursions are also available to every guest staying at the resort, no matter which length of stay you choose.
The Misool Eco Resort is located about 4 to 5 hours away from Sorong, Indonesia in Raja Ampat.
Overwater bungalows: 8
Beds: King size
Entertainment system: No
Room service: Yes
Special room features
- Reclaimed tropical hardwood floors
- Open air bathrooms
- Air conditioning
- Hot and cold showers
- Mini bar
- In-room safe
- Handcrafted furniture and fittings
- Wooden veranda
- Grass roof
- Stairway into the ocean
- Low season online specials from US$2,400 per night
- High season online specials from US$2,825 per night
Restaurants and bars
- Resort restaurant
- Dive centre
- Scuba diving
- Romantic beach castaway experience
- Light bird watching cruise
On-site, guests will find the Misool Spa which offers a variety of massages and various forms of beauty treatments. Popular treatments include aloe vera rejuvenation, aromatherapy massages and the traditional massage.
- Scuba Diving
- Village tour
What the reviews say
With fanastic reviews all around, the Misool Eco Resort wows with both their rooms and scuba diving experiences. As an all-inclusive resort, this resort wins the hearts and minds of its guests with great food, rooms, amenities and lastly, top class diving adventures throughout a healthy and vibrant reef system.
Reviews state that both the reef system and resort are ‘mind blowing’, ‘incredible’, ‘wonderful’ and much more. It seems that a stay here is completely worth the time it takes to get out to the island as well as the money.
To reach the Misool Eco Resort you’ll first need to fly into Jakarta, Indonesia before taking another flight to Sorong where you’ll complete the last leg of your journey via a 4 to 5 hour speedboat ride that includes rides through mangrove islands.