A private island paradise in Raja Ampat, Misool redefines sustainable travel with world-leading conservation in the surrounding waters and on land. Rise to the soft sound of the ocean, spend days diving below the surface and dine of divine cuisine by night, Misool is a true haven of natural tranquillity.
Eight water cottages and eleven villas
Beach front restaurant
Paddle boards for exploring the lagoon
Indonesian cooking classes
Secluded amongst an archipelago of uninhabited islands, Misool is a secret haven oozing a unique beauty and boasting a thriving ecosystem. Each of the luxury cottages and villas has been carefully crafted from reclaimed tropical hardwoods, ensuring a sustainable build whilst maintaining comfort and privacy. Embracing the local culture, each room features Balinese-style bathrooms as well as handcrafted furnishing. The eight water cottages are built upon stilts looking out across the North Lagoon providing direct access to the tranquil, turquoise waters. Whilst the villas are nestled peacefully amongst wild jungle overlooking the soft sand beaches. Whichever room you go for, each promises peace, quiet and spectacular views. Dine on the beach overlooking the shallow waters of the lagoon with fresh and organic Indonesian flavours that compliments the location.
With 300,000 acres of private reserve, the waters are thriving with tropical fish, colourful corals and spectacular pelagic life, the diving and snorkelling opportunities here are endless. Water experiences are essential to a stay at Misool, whether marvelling at the clarity of the house reef from the shore or delving to the depths of the ocean floor, the waters here will leave you in awe.
Misool Foundation is a registered charity aimed at conservation, combining environmental, social and educational elements
Leading hotel in marine conservation
Shifting to renewable energy using a photovoltaic system and solar panels
Employs locals to create job opportunities
Set up a recycling scheme that pays people for ocean-bound plastics
Provides community children with school teachers
Transitioning former fishermen to other, better-paying work
Created sanctuaries for endangered species including manta rays and sharks
Uses high quality and organic local produce rather than importing food from abroad
No palm oil in any food or products
Misool Foundation’s Rangers guard local beaches which are nesting sites for endangered turtle species
Why we love it
With conservation at its heart, Misool offers an intimate stay surrounded by an ocean wilderness and untouched islands, combined with the enchanting culture and cuisine of Indonesia.
Planning your experience
Contact our Private Adventures team to find out more about our great accommodation partners and to start planning your own bespoke experience.
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