Recommendations for Famous Tourist Attractions in Maluku, Indonesia
Indonesia as a tropical and archipelagic country that is rich in natural beauty from Sabang to Merauke, has become one of the destinations for foreign tourists to visit and enjoy tourist attractions in our beloved country.
However, not only foreign tourists like and often visit domestic tourist attractions but also the Indonesian people themselves. Especially if the weekend or school holidays arrive, various tourist attractions will be full of visitors. Well, this time we summarize some recommendations for vacation spots in Maluku. Check out the following.
Hatta Island is a tourist spot, this one is a small island in Central Maluku Regency. This island prepares and offers beautiful beaches, seawater, and various kinds that are stored under the sea. This island is perfect for those of you who have fun with snorkeling activities.
Hoka Waterfall is located in Hoko Village, Kei Islands, Southeast Maluku Regency. Had been used as one of the nominations in the Anugerah Pesona Indonesia, making this location quite well known by tourists.
This one destination offers extraordinary views accompanied by clear blue water which is less than 2 meters deep. Visitors to this location can not only enjoy the beauty of the waterfall but can also test their adrenaline by climbing the cliffs of the waterway which has a small fracture for footrests.
Nusa Pombo Island
This marine tourism spot has a high diversity of ecosystems and biodiversity. On the island of Nusa Pombo, various natural activities such as tracking, fishing, diving, snorkeling, swimming, walking around the island, and bird watching can be done.
The eyes will also be amazed to see the many species of land and sea animals that exist on the island. Of course, Pombo’s are flying around. This species flies back and forth in large numbers.
Ngurbloat Beach or Pasir Panjang Beach is a tourist spot with the softest white sand beach in Asia and the second smoothest in the world.
This has also been recognized by National Geographic, wow amazing Indonesian tourism! There are several things you can do when you go to Ngurbloat Beach for recreation, such as swimming, diving, sunbathing, playing in the sand, or just sitting and relaxing under a coconut tree.
Located in Ngilngof Village, Kei Islands, this beach is open 24 hours. To be able to set foot on the smoothest white sand beach, you only need to pay Rp. 20,000 as an entrance ticket. If you want to see the Pesona Meti Kei festival, an annual tradition of the Ngilngof Village community, you can go to Ngurbloat Beach around October or November.
This beach is located on Seram Island, Central Maluku Regency and its beauty is often compared to the Maldives and Bora-bora. To enjoy the beauty of the beach here, you must have a minimum savings of IDR 5,000,000 considering that access to the location requires several times use transportation.
Although it is quite expensive, the amazing natural beauty of Ora Beach will pay off all the costs and the fatigue you feel. This beach also has lodging facilities, local guide services, and snorkeling and diving that pamper the tourists.
Kasa Island is an uninhabited island, so it is quite used for tourist attractions. This island has a very charming underwater charm. Kasa Island provides the best underwater charm in Maluku.
Kasa Island is also used as a diving spot with the best charm. The color of the sea is blue and has clean white sand.