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Tanjung Bira Beach

Tanjung Bira Beach is the coast at the southern tip of Sulawesi Island in Bonto Bahari District, Bulukumba Regency, South Sulawesi Province, Indonesia, where the east wind brings waves to the shore and breaks among the reefs, sweeping the white sand lying on the beach and cliffs in its vicinity is considered the home of Sampanena as the marine protector god of the indigenous people.

Xvlor Tanjung Bira Beach is perfect coast to watch barracuda, sunfish and mantas Tanjung Bira Beach is perfect coast to watch barracuda, sunfish and mantas

Tanjung Bira Beach is a paradise where giant fish swim around coral walls under the sea. Barracuda, mola-mola, manta and tuna come regularly in August to September. White sand and coral reefs in clear water that have a viewing distance of 20 meters to 30 meters.

The travelers come here usually to see underwater life through snorkeling and diving but some of them are also just swimming and sunbathing. This beach is famous as a place that presents the beauty of the Sunrise and sunset at once at a point of coastline. The sea has green and blue gradation that is free to see small fish swimming on the surface.

Speedboat serves travelers to sail to Kambing Island and Liukang Island for a 30-minute trip as well as dropping off to snorkeling points. Two deserted islands that serve the atmosphere as the perfect place to spend holidays on the island.

Location: Bonto Bahari District, Bulukumba Regency, South Sulawesi.

Complementary facilities: Hotels, bungalows, cottages, homestays, villas and guest houses. Tanjung Bira Beach is perfect coast to watch barracuda, sunfish and mantas

Xvlor Tanjung Bira Beach is perfect coast to watch barracuda, sunfish and mantas

Routes and public transport: Flights to Sultan Hasanuddin International Airport in Makassar City, then drive to Tanjung Bira Beach for up to 200 kilometers in 5 hours.

Advice: The best time is in March to September where the calm sea.

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