Accommodations Food, Drink, and Sleeping Options

Tuna Galore

Pohnpeian Delicacies

Fresh Tuna

Pohnpei is notorious for its fresh seafood and an abundance of local fruits. Depending on the time of year and the weather, Enipein Ecotourism offers its guests traditional foods, such as fresh sashimi, mangrove crab, or reef fish. Guests may also dine on breadfruit, taro, coconut and up to 11 kinds of banana! You will never go hungry while staying at Enipein Ecotourism.

Depending on the food available and time of day, meals may range from $5-$15 dollars. Vegetarian options are also available.


Isokelekel

Olesihpa

The Older Twin

Enipein's respect for history and tradition includes the naming of our huts after legendary figures. Two of our sit on a small ledge that overlooks the local swimming hole. This hut is named after one of the older of the twin brothers who built the infamous Nan Madol.

Accommodates up to 6 guests and costs $40 per night. Guests may bring their own bedding, such as a sleeping bag, or extra bedding may be provided at $1 per item.


Olesohpa

The Younger Twin

This hut is identical to the Olesihpa hut.

Accommodates up to 6 guests and costs $40 per night. Guests may bring their own bedding, or extra bedding may be provided at $1 per item.


Kattaupeidak

The Master Suite of "Nahs"

The Kattaupeidak hut is in the traditional "nahs" style, which is a "U" shape that is still in use in Pohnpei today as a place where people gather.

Accommodates up to 10 guests and costs $55 per night. Guests may bring their own bedding, or extra bedding may be provided at $1 per item.