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Ngurtafur beach

Ngurtafur beach is the coastal contours very unique in Warbal Island, Kei Islands, Southeast Maluku district, Maluku, bringing sand bridge extends into the sea. A peninsula of white sand has width of 7 meters emerging from scorched island and extends up to 2 kilometers in Ngurtafur beach toward a row of beautiful atolls and coral reefs.

Ngurtafur beach is a unique beach on Warbal island enabling travelers to walk on the white sand peninsula width of 7 meters and long of 2 kilometers to the sea. As far as the eye could see only white sand, crystal clear sea and a flock of pelicans as a paradise for snorkeling and swimming.

Tinuku Travel Ngurtafur beach on Warbal island sensation white sand bridge, swim, snorkeling and watch flock of pelicans

Tinuku.com Travel Ngurtafur beach on Warbal island sensation white sand bridge, swim, snorkeling and watch flock of pelicans

Travel.Tinuku.com Ngurtafur beach on Warbal island sensation white sand bridge, swim, snorkeling and watch flock of pelicans

Very narrow and low peninsula has a form contours like a white snake split the sea area has glass-clear water. The island is deserted as travelers come to a private place and if lucky watch leatherback turtles and flocks of pelicans migrating from Australia continent who stopped to Maluku.

Warbal island located west of the Kei Kecil island and flanked by several other islands in Kei archipelago so it has quieter and more sheltered waters. Sand peninsula dividing the sea-like delta and fused with Warbal Island permanently during low tide and high tide. Contour sloping beach into a haven for camping on the island side shaded by trees.

Location: Warbal Island, Kei Kecil Islands, Southeast Maluku district, Maluku.

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

Tinuku Travel Ngurtafur beach on Warbal island sensation white sand bridge, swim, snorkeling and watch flock of pelicans

Tinuku.com Travel Ngurtafur beach on Warbal island sensation white sand bridge, swim, snorkeling and watch flock of pelicans

Travel.Tinuku.com Ngurtafur beach on Warbal island sensation white sand bridge, swim, snorkeling and watch flock of pelicans

Complementary facilities: Rental dive gear, snorkel gear, boats, camping equipment. Homestays and cottages.

Reach Access: 1.5 hours from Kei Kecil island.

Routes and public transport: All flights to Karel Sadsuitubun Airport on Kei Kecil Island. Then to use car to Debut port in Debut village or Tual port, then by boat to Warbal island.

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