Nagari Sungai Pinang, Indonesia

Ricky's Beach House

Flexible Stay |

Relax at this colorful guesthouse on a private beach where you can reconnect with nature, head out for a surf and experience genuine local culture. From the terrace of their comfortable bungalows, you are only a few steps away from the ocean, and behind the bungalows you’ll find typical Sumatran forests where you can spot monkeys, birds and even monitor lizards. Their friendly staff are always ready to help you and will accompany you on daytrips to beautiful remote islands, a nearby waterfall, and other places, at your request.

Right for You?

Duration

Flexible Stay

Travel Style

Comfortable Stay, Cultural Immersion and Off the Beaten Path

Languages

English, French and Other Local Language

Location

Beach and Small Towns/Villages

Connect

Cell: Limited

Authentic Sumatra

Locally Owned Community Cooperative
Starts at:

$22/person/night

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Speaks: English, French and Other Local Language

Highlights

  • Enjoy the private beach that is located a few steps away from your bungalow.
  • Explore the nearby Sumatran forest, where you may be able to see monkeys, birds, or monitor lizards.
  • Discover the local lifetstyle during a guided walking tour of the village.
  • Join acoustic live music sessions with the Beach House crew at night
  • Support their community–based eco–tourism project, just by visiting!

Details

Availability

Flexible Departure Date
All year

What's Included

Lodging

Bungalow

Activities

Use of snorkelling equipment, surfboards, and guided tours around the village are included in the price.

Food

Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner
Daily meals + as much tea, coffee, mineral water, iced tea as you want are included in the price.

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Authentic Sumatra

Locally Owned Community Cooperative

Authentic Sumatra is a tour operator that is providing a unique way to discover Sumatra and does not follow the trends of mass tourism. Their aim is to help the local population to achieve better economic growth through tourism, while protecting their traditions and heritage.

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Getting There

Loacted only 10 minutes walking distance from a small fishing village, Nagari Sungai Pinang, on the west coast of the Indian Ocean. It's a short distance south of Padang, the capital city of West Sumatra, Indonesia.
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