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We came here from Bara Beach by boat. We rent a boat for full day trip and visiting some spots. The rental price was Rp. 1000000,-. First destination was Kambing Island. The trip from Bara Beach to Kambing Island was about an hour. Then we...More
I went there for the second visit either my family in a working days. It is very nice to be there in a working day, the beach is very quite so it is feel. like you own a private beach. The price to go to...More
Me and my italian friend went there on january and it was really beautiful. We went there for chilling and having lunch, amazing food, really tasty and healthy. We snorkel in front of the beach and it was so beautiful. Jafar is a really nice...More
Book a boat from Bira beach for IDR 300-350 thousands, they'll take you to this island, assit you on snorkeling (some provide snorkeling goggles with small extra cost), wait while you snorkeling & take you back after around 3 hrs. Better prepare your swimsuit, had...More
It is a very nice diving spot. It is natural and beautiful. Also you can swim with sea turtle. But you must rent a traditional boat to reach the spot. There is no fix price written there so you must try to bid the price.
Today we had the perfect tropical day out! We rented a boat for the day (app. 250K IDR) and went to Liukang Loe Island. Liukang is a small picture perfect island for the coast of Bira. A white beach, coconut trees, a pier, several small...More
this island are clean and clear water so many good coral and typical fish around the island, but our guide also served as our captain boat, he drop the anchor carelessly so the anchor hit one of the coral.... i am so sad about that...More
I visited this island twice during my visit to Tanjung Bira. It's a perfect place for resting or having lunch after snorkeling/diving around this island and its neighboring island, Pulau Kambing. There are guest houses and restaurants where we can buy seafood (including lobster) for...More