Photo: The cliffs of Penida.

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For a good cause

Ped village T: (0361) 977 978

FNPF Visitor Centre and Guest House

Our rating:
3 stars, based on 1 expert review

This is primarily a volunteer project with the accommodation meant for volunteers, but if they can fit you in, they will — and perhaps you'll decide to volunteer! Lodgings come in three main flavours: a larger free-standing room near the road, a bamboo dormitory and a bamboo stilted house at the rear.

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There's also a common area, cooking facilities, free water and a growing supply of information available on things to see and do on Nusa Penida. For what it is the accommodation is overpriced, especially for Nusa Penida, but it is important to point out that by staying here you're supporting the organisation and so (we assume) the rates have that in mind. Ask a local for directions to yayasan burung if you're having trouble finding it.

Last updated on 17th September, 2013.

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FNPF Visitor Centre and Guest House

Ped village
T: (0361) 977 978
Coordinates (for GPS): 115º30'47.16" E, 8º40'37.2" S
Room rates: Under 150,000 Rp

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