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Bosnik beach

Bosnik Beach is a beautiful Woniki village coastal, East Biak, Biak Island, Biak Numfor regency, Papua. Beautiful sandy beaches which are also called Segara Indah Beach presenting exotic scenery, fine sand, clear sea water with very beautiful color gradations and coral reefs lying off the coast.

Rows of palm trees along the beach making shady and comfortable. Local residents rent gazebos seaside and sell ice coconut, coco pandan syrup and sweetened condensed milk. In front of the coast there are small islands and traditional boats ply from Bosnik Market.

Tinuku Travel Bosnik Beach on Biak island presents unique color gradation coastal seawater, beautiful sand and shady trees

In a green atmosphere, the travelers are more fun to play water, swimming or playing ball water but snorkeling in the sea should head gap and rushing water. Coral reef biodiversity presenting the beautiful Pacific Ocean.

Location: Woniki village, East Biak, Biak Island, Biak Numfor regency, Papua.

Activity: Snorkeling, swimming, fishing, trekking, hiking, camping, hammocking. Explore flora and fauna. Explore ethnography, archeology, architecture, culture and culinary. Seeing sunset and sunrise, hunting photography and videography, and others.

Complementary facilities: Rental snorkel gear, car parking, restrooms, restaurants and hotels. Travel Bosnik Beach on Biak island presents unique color gradation coastal seawater, beautiful sand and shady trees

Reach access: 18 km from Biak city.

Routes and public transport: All flights to Frans Kaisiepo Airport in Biak. Then use car to Woniki Village.

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