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Boa beach

Boa beach or Bo'a beach is coastline in West Rote district or within 51 kilometers of Ba'a city as Rote Ndao regency capital, Rote Island, East Nusa Tenggara. The white sandy beach has waves a result of storms in Indian Ocean as a surfing paradise, coral reefs for diving and snorkeling, and wonderful culture to village trips.

Bo'a beach is just 5 kilometers from Nemberala beach have a very strong to spur surfboards perform a variety of attractions. White sand, clear water and coral reefs also brings a lot of panorama for diving and snorkeling spots, while strong winds pushed yacht for sailing and wonderful culture to village trips.

Tinuku Travel Boa beach on Rote island bring storm from Indian Ocean for surfing paradise on white sands graceful

Tinuku.com Travel Boa beach on Rote island bring storm from Indian Ocean for surfing paradise on white sands graceful

The beach is full of palm trees, clean and still not too crowded, just a few visits on weekends and long holidays. Located at the southern most province of Indonesia in Nusa Tenggara Timur, Rote Island storing exotic beauty that were presented from a combination of two oceans and two continents directly adjacent to Australian waters.

Right-hander barrels is 500 meters from the beach has a strong current and break from left to right to reach seven rolls. The annual event on Bo'a is Rote Open International Surfing every September to October with a total of 86.5 million rupiah gift to challenge the surfers crashing surf the Indian Ocean storm.

Rote Island also called Roti Island has a length of 100 kilometers and a width of 20 kilometers is famous for palm cultivation, sasando music and custom hats Ti'i Langga. Rote Island consists of 96 islands and 6 of them uninhabited.

Community harvest palm, coconut and cashew nuts to produce plate sugar, crystal sugar and water sugar for an average of 200 tons per year. Sopi is a typical drink Rote Ndao which is fermented sap and high alcohol.

Rote has a land area of 20 512 hectares of grazing cattle or about 16% of the area. Most are natural pastures, especially the kind of Andropogon, being on vacant land is natural grass and dry land with scrub vegetation.

Breeding cattle, buffalo, horses, goats, sheep, pigs, chickens and ducks evenly throughout the district. Farming is tradition of the Rote long ago. Traditional system of raising animals, left free in open and grounded if there is a need.

Travel.Tinuku.com Boa beach on Rote island bring storm from Indian Ocean for surfing paradise on white sands graceful

Tinuku Travel Boa beach on Rote island bring storm from Indian Ocean for surfing paradise on white sands graceful

Location: Bo'a beach, West Rote district, Rote Ndao regency, Rote Island, East Nusa Tenggara.

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

Complementary facilities: Rental surf gear, diving gear, snorkel gear, boats, camping equipment. Car parking, restrooms, restaurants, surfcamps, homestays, cottages and resorts.

Reach access: 51 km from Baa city (1 hour).

Routes and public transport: All flights to Kupang city on Timor island. Then flight or use fast ferry to Baa city. Then take bus to Bo'a beach.

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