Tanjung Waka beach

Tanjung Waka beach is the coast at the southern tip of Sulabesi Island or Sulabes Island in Fatkauyon Village, East Sulabesi District, Sula Islands Regency, North Maluku Province, Indonesia, as a snorkeling and dives paradise rich in the biodiversity of magnificent coral reefs. Beach overlooking the Banda Sea has soft white sand, shady trees and still quiet.

Tanjung Waka is one of the attractions in the Sula Islands where more than 20 magnificent snorkeling and diving points in the islands. The soft white sand beaches and shady trees along the coast bring beautiful scenery in front of the blue Banda Sea.

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This beach is unique compared to other beaches in the Sula Islands. Lots of colorful fish although only 2 meters deep in slope and wall. Very many turtles large and small that swim in the waters along the coast are the most favorite attractions and other uniqueness of about this beach.

Location: Fatkauyon Village, East Sulabesi District, Sula Islands Regency, North Maluku Province, Indonesia. Tanjung Waka is located at the southern tip of Sulabesi Island.

Routes and public transport: At least three of the easiest ways to go to Tanjung Waka:
  • Flights to Pattimura International Airport in Ambon City, then take a boat to Sanana City, then drive to Tanjung Waka for 2 hours.
  • Flights to Sultan Babullah International Airport in Ternate City, then take a boat to Sanana City, then drive to Tanjung Waka for 2 hours.
  • Flight to Emalamo Airport in Sanana City, then drive to Tanjung Waka for 2 hours. Until April 2018, Emalamo Airport does not have a scheduled route, you can use charter flights to get there.

Advice: Drive from Sanana City to Tanjung Waka through the asphalt road and some unpaved points. You have to cross the river and get hit by a car, but when the heavy rain has to wait for the river water to recede. Using a guide from Sanana City is worth it.

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In Tanjung Waka is not too crowded travelers where local people come only on holidays. There is no lodging there, but you are not worried about hunger as there are tent stalls to buy food and drinks. Bring cash, all cash payments there and no ATMs in Tanjung Waka.

The locals are very friendly and would be nice if you needed help. This is also what makes visitors comfortable to be there. Currently the local government is developing, building various public facilities and improving access to tourism in the Sula Islands.



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