As an archipelago, Indonesia save a million natural resources therein. “The Land of seven hidden paradise“, says some people, in this article we try to inform you only seven hidden paradise from of 17 thousand of paradise island in bali.
And here are Seven paradise in Indonesia.
Number 1 hidden paradise
Pulau Weh (Weh Island)
The island is located in the most western part of the archipelago of Indonesia, precisely in the Malaka Strait. Diving is one of the activities that can be done here. For those of you who want to dive, dive instructors are ready to take you to share dive sites like Rubiah Island Marine Park. Marine store rich & exotic fauna such as manta rays, sharks, whales, dolphins and turtles. In addition to the beach, you can also enjoy the nautical tourism and waterfall in the forest.
Number 2 hidden paradise
Located in the village of Tanjung Kiluan Kiluan Negeri, Negeri, District of Kelumbayan, Tanggamus of District, Province of lampung. Located in the most southern part, the distance from the capital is 80 miles. The bay is famous for crystal clear sea water and white sand along the beach.
So unique, this bay is shoal of fish migration path that normally only can we meet at Seaworld; namely is dolphins. There are two types of dolphins are often seen, we call here “Mulut Botol” dolphins (Tursiops truncatus) and “Paruh Panjang” dolphin (Stenella longirostris). That said, the number of dolphins that cross the Gulf is the largest in the world.
Number 3 hidden paradise
TAMAN LAUT 17 PULAU RIUNG (17 Riung Islands)
The Marine Park is a cluster of 17 Riung islands is a cluster of large and small islands, which lay extends from Toro Padang in the west to the east of the island Pangsar. It is in Ngada, Flores, Nusa Tenggara Timur (Part east of Indonesia). Location 17 Island of Marine in District of Riung with this covering five villages, namely: Sambinasi, Nangamese, Middle Fort, Tadho and Lengkosambi.
Number 4 hidden paradise
Misool Island is one of the four largest islands in the Raja Ampat Islands, West Papua Province. Directly adjacent with Seram Sea and waters of the high seas also the traffic lanes into big fish including whales.
Misool Island also has a diversity of cultures and customs of the local people, such as paintings on the walls of the local caves.
Number 5 hidden paradise
The island is located in Derawan Islands, East Kalimantan is suitable for you who love to dive and enjoy the diversity of exotic flora and fauna. Manta rays, barracudas, stingrays, giant squid, and starfish are animals that you can find. and the island is also known as the island where turtles lay their eggs.
Interestingly, electricity is always turned off at night by the authorities. This is because the people of the island are maintaining strict nature conservation.
Number 6 hidden paradise
The beach is located in Maluku Province, it sits in its Kei Islands. Kei island is a group of Maritime islands located between the Seram Sea, Banda Sea and Arafura Sea. The uniqueness of this beach is a 7-meter wide stretch of sand, in the middle of the sea that divides the beach into two parts. With in white sand, Ngurfatur also have a very clear blue water.
On this beach, The Turtle of leatherbacks are known as tabob by the local community. This type of turtle is protected and has breeding on the coast is managed by WWF. In fact, if you’re lucky, you can see the bird australian pelicans migrating to the Moluccas from their place of residence in Australia and Papua New Guinea.
Number 7 hidden paradise
Island in an area of Ujung Kulon national park is a world natural heritage site. Stretching at the western end of the island of Java, the island is known as an area rich with flora and fauna and rich underwater life. Beauty of Nature surrounded by tropical rain forests are still natural.
There are Seven Hidden Paradise In Indonesia hopefully in the future one chance, you can visit one of them
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