Kadidiri Paradise Resort
Kadidiri Paradise is a laid-back, barefoot resort with a spectacular setting on one of the Togean’s smaller islands, with a house reef easily accessible directly off the beach and jetty. There are a total of 30 rooms set in rustic wooden bungalows, which are simply furnished with beds, mosquito nets and open-air bathrooms with cold water showers. Each bungalow has an outdoor sitting area, and the sea villas come with spacious terraces built out over the water. Due to the remote location and limited resources in the area, electricity is limited between 6-11pm, and each bungalow is supplied with a limited amount of water to use. All meals are included, and are served on long communal tables where you mix with other guests. The menus are fixed, and dinner would typically include either fish or chicken in sauce accompanied by vegetables, salad and rice or pasta. The long jetty with chairs and hammocks is a superb feature, especially as the sun sets over the water when other travellers congregate with a cold beer or cocktail. The dive centre and boat pier is located behind the resort on a lagoon, which leaves the main beachfront area blissfully undisturbed.
- Style: Simple
- Location: Togean Islands
- No. of Rooms: 30
- Key Features: Restaurant, Bar, Diving, Library, Active Games, Board Games
Not a conventional hotel or resort, but comfortable enough and the setting is out of this world. Go with a flexible mindset and adventurous spirit and you will not want to leave.