It is located in a traditional Konjo Village in South Sulawesi where the first boat builders were originated from. This villa was built on an isolated part of Pantai Mandala Ria beach where remoteness, relaxation and peacefulness become one.
Sitting right in front of a 1.5 km long white sand beach, the Pajoka beach house offers privacy and a close connection to nature as the only permanent dwelling on the beach. We have a tree house as well!.
This three bedrooms home comes with a fully equipped kitchen, library, and a large porch which almost hangs over the beach.
Built using sustainably sourced materials, this house attempts to minimize its environmental footprint through generating its own electricity and collecting its own water.
In the area, there are caves to explore, corals to discover, and unique culture to experience.
It's a bit of adventure getting to our villa. When you arrive in Makassar, you need to either rent a car to get to Ara village or take public transport. If you are a group it is worth renting a car, it'll be a cheaper and more comfortable than taking the public transport. If you need more info about anything please check out our website for more details www.pajoka.com or email me.
Thank you for looking and hope to see you in our paradise!
Locals who come are building boats down on the beach
Bulukumba, South Sulawesi, Indonézia