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Raja Laut Dive Resort

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Rio de Janeiro
Reviewed 1 week ago

In this "resort" there is too much emphasis on what you spend rather than on your comfort. A lack of general love and caring of the place. The garden and garden chairs are abandoned, never looked after or cleaned. The electricity is cut every day to save money: no phone charging and no fan at the hottest moments of the...

1Thank Globon
Morzine, France
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

Good dive operation, below average resort. This resort gets 5 stars for people who have obviously never spent a lot of time in Indonesia. Total ripoff for sub standard Indonesian food, no 24hr electricity, so no tea or coffee or cold drinks/ice for 4-5hrs a day on an all inclusive rate, no snacks as implied either, c'mon guys get it...

1Thank Willsheer
roberto m, General Manager at Raja Laut Dive Resort, responded to this review

Dear Willsheer, first of all thank you for finding the time to express your personal opinion regarding Raja Laut Dive Resort. I regret you have a negative impression of the Resort and for sure we can improve our service but I must correct you when you are not fair with us: 1-all our guest agree on the quality of our...

Wolfratshausen, Germany
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Raja Laut is a tiny dive resort owned by Roberto, an Italian. It is situated near to the village Bunaken, so you can have a walk over there. Not absolutely quiet, but quiet enough to sleep well. Nice comfy bungalows, free wifi, very good and tasty food. Only breakfast is not so special, you have a choice between 4 different...

1Thank Steffi541
Basel, Switzerland
Reviewed 13 December 2016

We have been staying for 10 days at this resort to get more experience in diving. Its a really nice small resort and very familiar. All meals are taken together with guests and owner family. Food, mainly Indonesian style, is very good. Dive instructors are very professional. We have experienced a great time at Raja Laut Resort and will come...

Thank urs_ingrid
Reviewed 29 November 2016 via mobile

Highly recommend raja laut for its professional and experienced team of divers. We just snorkelled but were able to tag along. Other days we spent exploring the other 2 islands. The people are unaffected by tourism and just super friendly. Enjoyed eating our meals with the owners and other guests. As with many developing countries better rubbish management is needed;...

Thank Jackie H
Reviewed 3 October 2016

We recommend to stay at this Ressort. The treatment is like in family, the bungalows are very nice and well situated with direct view to the sea. The pool and restaurant area is just amazing looking to the sea, even seeing dolfins passing by. The dives have been very well organized, the maintenance of the dive equipment has been well...

Thank Dirk M
New York City, New York
Reviewed 26 September 2016 via mobile

Having successfully put off for over a decade any attempt at tackling my fear of breathing under water, I decided to finally face up to it and try to get the PADI open water certification. I succeeded and couldn't have asked for a better experience in getting it done at Raja Laut. I was paired up with Roberto, the owner/founder...

Thank vdamone
The Hague, The Netherlands
Reviewed 9 September 2016 via mobile

Here we learned diving. Great and patient instructors. They learn you to enjoy diving. The staff on the resort will do anything within their capabilities to make sure you will have a great time. The bungalows are spacious and clean. The food is great and more than enough. Also you can do some great snorkeling just in front of the...

1Thank marcopels
Reviewed 3 September 2016

Roberto is a good host and outstanding diving teacher. We went there to get our Open Water Diver Certificates. It is a small place, so you will get to know everyone very soon. All employees are nice and you can hang out at your bungalow and enjoy the seabreeze. The food is good and you will eat together with all...

Thank elduffo
Reviewed 3 September 2016 via mobile

We spent six nights in Raja Laut . It's absolutely wonderful !!! Bungalow is clean , comfy and spacious . Food is also really good with Italian and local cuisine . I also like the idea of having meal with other in house guests . We chat and share what we do and see everyday . Diving and snorkelling is...

Thank katie y

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“Ask for rooms close to the sea and far from the little street.”
Globon, 12 Apr 2017 | Read review
“Rooms 1-4 are better...”
X5239SZsaraha, 1 Feb 2016 | Read review
“All of the rooms are pretty mush the same.”
nickolasa2016, 29 Jan 2016 | Read review
“try to book bungalow 5 or 6, close to the sea :-)”
GeraldineNicola, 25 Jul 2015 | Read review
“Superior room has warm water”
PaulaL590, 13 Jul 2015 | Read review
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