A range of affordable excursions, the island’s spa, a freshwater pool, walks and diving, make this an attractive destination for visitors who want to stay on the land but prefer more modern resort facilities that other stays don’t provide. Refurbished in 2017, Agusta Resort is and a brand new way to experience Raja Ampat.
Italian- owned and run, Agusta caters for families and casual tourists wanting a slightly sophisticated experience, which maintains value for money and the local feel the region is so famous for.
This 1km long island is exclusively for the thirty or so guests that occupy its 15 rooms (for comparison, the Great Barrier Reef’s Heron Island is the same size and houses the University of Queensland’s research station and 100 guest units). At the eastern end is a lighthouse and the island is surrounded by reef with sheltered snorkeling.
Food & Restaurant
The lounge and restaurant are in one big structure facing the sea. Food is served direct to the table by waiters and waitresses. Being Italian-run, the kitchen has very important value. The restaurant is of high quality despite the difficulty in finding raw materials. Agusta has a high quality gourmet chef, preparing traditional Indonesian dishes and great Italian and international specialties, so a rich and varied cuisine. Any preferences (vegetarian menu on request), intolerances or food allergies, can accommodated as long as we know in advance. Free water, tea, Indonesian and Nescafe coffee are provided at the resort.
There is a licence for you to purchase soft drinks, wine, beer, Italian espresso and spirits.
Spa & Pool
Agusta is the only resort to have a freshwater pool. It’s surrounded by a wooden deck with sun loungers. It is surrounded by a large wooden terrace with sun loungers. It's overlooked by our luxurious wooden spa with panoramic sea views.
There are three styles of rooms, offering a different level of comfort, space and affordability.
Made from wood with sliding glass doors and large windows. All cottages are equipped with a double bed (on request we can add a third single bed), air conditioning, fans, minibar, safe and have a large desk equipped with power outlet and LED light for photographers and videographers.
Bathrooms are spacious and divided into two parts, an inner two lava stone sinks, and an outdoor (of course fenced) with shower and a large open space. Hot water. One of the cottages has an additional room with two single beds; it is therefore a suitable bungalow to accommodate 4 people (family).
Built with fine wood and furnished with sofas and coffee table as deluxe. Equipped with twin beds (that can be joined for a double), air conditioning, fan, minibar, safe and full bathroom with hot and cold water. The porch is like the de luxe and are always facing the sea.
Bathrooms are spacious with a large mirror, lava stone washbasins (from Bali) and water, covered shower and a large open space and fenced with wood . The bathrooms are equipped with hot and cold water. One of these has a second twin bedroom (family).
Built in traditional Papuan style, wood and leaves and decorated very simply. No air conditioning. Separate beds (that can be joined for a double). The private bathroom has a shower, but only with water at room temperature. The Papuan are more isolated than cottage Deluxe and Superior, but equally comfortable.
Bathrooms are private with shower (water at room temperature).