Enchantment of Sauwandarek Tourism Village







Sauwandarek Tourism Village is
located in the western part of Waisai,
the capital of Raja Ampat regency,
West Papua province. This village is part
of Meos Mansar district. The houses in this
tourist village, with 46 families or about
179 residents, have the original leaf roof.
In this village, women, especially
mothers, produce hats and bags made
from sea pandan leaves. The village is
famous for its beautiful corals. In addition,
there is a salty lake commonly called
Telaga Yenauwyau, which is located
behind the village.

To go to Sauwandarek Tourism
Village, in Meos Mansar, Raja Ampat
Regency, West Papua, air and land
transportation should be utilized. It is
easier to fly to Sorong first.
There are several flights to and from
Sorong. For sea transportation, ships that
transit in Sorong Port are the Dorolonda,
Labobar, Mount Dempo, Sinabung and
Tatamailau. From Sorong, the journey can
be continued by motorcycle from Sorong
Fishery Harbor to Waisai, the capital of
Raja Ampat district. From Waisai, the
journey continues by using a rented long
boat to Sauwandarek and it takes about
two hours.

This village is very prominent with the
Cenderawasih bird, which is an icon for
Papua. Four Cenderawasih species are
maintained in this village, Burung Merah
Bahagia, Burung Cendrawasih Bukit,
Burung Cendrawasih, and Burung Besar
Surga.

In this village, restaurants and food
stalls are not available, so it is advisable to
prepare food supplies that are purchasable
in Waisai or Sorong. However, if you want
to find a menu with more variety of food,
you should buy in the city of Sorong.
Birds usually perform dance
attractions in the morning or evening, and
avoid coming in between December and
February because birds lay their eggs
during this period.




Source : Tabloid West Papua 002 Year I - December 15, 2017 - January 14, 2018


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