Yendebabo Homestay offers both traditional Papuan style bungalows and modern style 2 room VIP bungalows.
Yendebabo has three single room beachside private bungalows and one two room bungalow. All have verandahs and bedrooms equipped with mattresses with covers, pillows and mosquito nets. Some have plastic chairs and small tables.
Guests staying in the traditional bungalows share a bathroom shelter which has a dip mandi bathroom and western style toilet in separate rooms.
Also available are four 2 room beachside VIP bungalows. Each room has an ensuite bathroom with shower and western style toilet. The VIP bungalows have glazed windows, lockable doors and double beds. There were no mosquito nets visible on the day we visited and we noticed that the rooms were quite a bit hotter than the traditional bungalows due to their solid timber and concrete construction. The bright blue metal roofs of the VIP bungalows ensure you’ll always know where your accommodation is: Unlike traditional Papuan buildings, these are visible from miles away!
Meals are served for all guests at Yendebabo’s beachside dining shelter. Drinking water, tea and coffee are always available there. In addition to the long table and bench seating found at most homestays, Yendebabo Homestay also has a refrigerator for cold drinks!
In addition to the dining shelter and bungalow verandahs, Yendebabo has shady beachside seating and a hammock for relaxation.
Yendebabo has good cell phone reception and lighting and electricity is supplied at night by a generator.
Basic supplies are available at Friwen village, which is about ten minutes away by boat.
English is spoken at Yendebabo and the owners live on site.
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