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Sadranan beach

Beautiful sand beaches and exotic coral reefs along the south coast of Gunung Kidul hide a paradise for snorkeling and camping. Pantai Sadranan is sand ramps in Dusun Pule Gundes II, Tepus, is unique since first setting foot by a tapestry of marine life.

Sadranan beach lay between the cliff presents a landscape of white sand, clear water and coral reefs as the home of a variety of marine life brightly colored. Snorkleing activity need not be done in the midst of the sea, but quite on the beach. Two areas are Watu Pecah and Kali Senggoro has panoramic view of marine life is very authentic.

Tinuku Travel Sadranan beach beautiful sand flanked coral islands for camping and directly meet the reef for snorkeling

Tinuku.com Sadranan beach beautiful sand flanked coral islands for camping and directly meet the reef for snorkeling

Sadranan located just east Krakal beach and have the water flow is much quieter than the beach Nglambor beach. Beautiful coral reefs and beautiful fish species such as butterflyfish, areng-areng, morish idol, botana yellow (yellow tang), botana achilles, scorpion fish and others swimming in between the legs of the visitors.

Sadranan beach is suitable for camping and making a campfire. Along the shoreline is a camp ground where there is equipment rental tents, toilets, firewood sellers and drums to make a bonfire, while near the coast there are cottages and rows of gazebos if do not want to set up a tent.

The most appropriate time for snorkeling is morning around 06:00 to 09:00 after sunrise and in the afternoon at around 03:00 to 6:00 before sunset. Sadranan very beautiful beach in the morning and watch the fishermen busy around the island reefs for fish, crab or lobster with a flashlight.

Location: Dusun Pulegundes II, Village Sidoharjo, Tepus, Gunung Kidul, Yogyakarta.

Activity: Surfing, diving, snorkeling, swimming, fishing, trekking, hiking, camping, hammocking. Seeing sunset and sunrise, hunting photography and videography, and others.

Complementary facilities: Rental snorkel gear, life jackets and camping equipment. Car parking, restrooms, restaurants and cottages.

Travel.Tinuku.com Sadranan beach beautiful sand flanked coral islands for camping and directly meet the reef for snorkeling

Tinuku Travel Sadranan beach beautiful sand flanked coral islands for camping and directly meet the reef for snorkeling

Reach access: 28 km from Wonosari city (40 minutes), 64 km from Yogyakarta city (1 hour 45 minutes), 67 Km from Adisucipto International Airport (1 hour 50 minutes), 64 Km from Tugu Railway Station (1 hour 45 minutes) and 64 Km from Lempuyangan Railway Station (1 hour 45 minutes).

Routes and public transport: If taking the bus from Yogyakarta to the Giwangan Bus Terminal to the Wonosari city, then to Sadranan beach location.



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