Kordiris Homestay can oblige up to twenty individuals in ten rooms.
Kordiris has a 4 room cottage with lofts on a mutual verandah and a 3 room lodge with a common verandah with a little table and seats. One of the rooms in the 3 room lodge has an real bed, alternate rooms have sleeping cushions on the floor. All beds have sleeping cushion covers, pads, supports and mosquito nets.
Kordiris likewise offers three private cabins, each of which rests two individuals. One of the homes is over water, the other two are ashore. All the private cabins are a solitary live with secured verandah at the front. Bedding is sleeping pads on the floors, furnished with spreads, cushions, supports and mosquito nets. The over water cottage has a loft on the verandah and cabin 3 has a little table and plastic seats.
The towns of Yenbeser and Friwen are both around 15 minutes' watercraft ride away on the off chance that you require supplies.
Cell phone gathering at Kordiris is great and a generator gives power to lighting and charging gadgets.
A latrine building contains a plunge mandi lavatory and separate western platform style toilet.
Dinners are served in an extensive lounge area worked over the water. The lounge area has incredible perspectives and is furnished with a couple of huge tables. Drinking water, tea and espresso are constantly accessible there.
Maria talks superb English and lives nearby.
About the area
Located on the islet of Kordiris, which is separated from the Gam Island mainland by the wildlife rich Dore Dor mangrove waterway, Kordiris Homestay lies in the shelter of the point at the western end of a perfect white sand bay. The winding mangrove filled waterways and dense jungles of Dore Dor are a birdwatchers paradise, alive with hornbills, sea eagles, eclectus parrots, kingfishers, herons… the list goes on.
The sandy beach at Kordiris offers great snorkelling over seagrass and reef. Dugongs can sometimes be seen in the bay at front of the homestay and walking sharks are regular visitors. Whales can be observed further offshore from the homestay as they move through the strait in April and May.
The jungle behind Kordiris is home to Birds of Paradise, couscous, squirrel-like tree rats, black king cockatoos and bush fowl that build huge nest mounds in the forest.
Kordiris Homestay - Single Standard Room