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Misool Eco Resort

Raja Ampat, West Papua

With a maximum capacity of just 40 guests and a staff-to-guest ratio of 4 to 1, Misool offers exclusive adventure holidays in a pristine wilderness, where you can experience the absolute luxury of an island that feels entirely your own.

Walking down the boardwalk to your accommodation, a bungalow on the beach or over the water, turquoise blue waters gleam below you and tiny emerald green islands dot the horizon. The decor of the rooms is minimalist and comfortable. You will be sleeping in a wooden, hand-crafted canopy bed, surrounded by soft white drapes. Your bathroom is in the Balinese style, open to the elements.
 
The restaurant facing the crescent-shaped lagoon prepares fresh and sumptuous cuisine, under a roof of coconut palm leaves. The food is local, organic and absolutely delicious; the experience of a candle-lit dinner here simply enchanting.

To dive here, in crystal-clear waters among coral gardens teeming with ornamental fish, is a huge privilege. Privately guided dives are offered, as are dawn and dusk and in the crystal-clear water you may be joined by any number of ocean animals including whale. And as if that were not enough, throughout the island’s caves are petroglyphs dating back 5,000 years, evidence of Misool’s ancient culture.