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Bair Island

Bair beaches is the coast of Bair island or Baeer island or Rowa island in Dullah Laut village, North Dullah sub-district, Tual district, Southeast Maluku regency, Maluku, presents wonderful cliffs, shallow sea, white sand, water calm and clear. The island is very beautiful in northern of Tual city truly a hidden paradise and easily accessible for diving, snorkeling and fishing.

The beaches on the coast of Bair island is so unique that opens a new world of Maluku beauty as a true paradise. Bair island presents very clear sea with blue-green water and white sandy floor. The travelers can watch just about everything under the water including fish swimming without having to dive.

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Bair island is a small island of only 500 square meters and as of this writing there is no resort and no restaurant. Travelers can really feel the sensation of the hidden sea garden paradise and silent for diving, snorkeling and fishing. The free from ocean waves making it suitable for canoeing.

The island has two bays and each flanked by high cliffs on right and left. Some rock standing in the middle of bay is very dramatic. If the tide is low, travelers will find some of the beach suddenly appeared after drowning during high tides.

Various types of mangrove between high rocky cliffs surrounding the island, plants and trees growing on rocks serving as a perfect landscape green island in the middle of a tropical blue map in the ranks of small islands in Banda Sea.

Location: Bair Island or Baeer island or Rowa island in Dullah Laut village, North Dullah sub-districts, Tual district, Maluku Tenggara regency, Maluku.

Activity: Diving, snorkeling, swimming, canoeing, fishing, trekking, hiking, camping, hammocking. Explore the flora and fauna. Seeing sunset and sunrise, hunting photography and videography, and others.

Complementary facilities: Rental boats.

Reach access: One hour by speedboat from Tual city port. Travel Bair Island in Maluku the perfect paradise between high cliffs, clear water turquoise colors and white sandy Bair Island in Maluku the perfect paradise between high cliffs, clear water turquoise colors and white sandy

Routes and public transport: All flights to Karel Sadsuitubun Airport at Tual city on Kei Kecil Island. Then to use speed boat to Bair island.

Advice: The best time to visit Bair island is March to August while the eastern monsoon, sea water is calm and low. As of this writing no resorts and restaurants on Bair, you must bring all supplies from Tual city.

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