Mysteries Of A Pair Of Beautiful Lakes In The Arfak Mountains

Mysteries Of A Pair Of Beautiful Lakes In The Arfak Mountains
Once upon a time a pair of human children lived in the mountains of Arfak, Manokwari, West Papua, Indonesia. They live together and combine love until the power of love perpetuates themselves into two large lakes that exist today. Even local legends say that each lake is inhabited by a male and female dragon. It is this gender dualism that ultimately makes local residents believe that these two large lakes are male and female. Therefore, local indigenous people named male lakes as Anggi Ginji and female lakes as Anggi Gita.

Staring At The Silence Of The Cliffs Of The Beach In Watu Parunu

Staring At The Silence Of The Cliffs Of The Beach In Watu Parunu
Sumba Island is one of the islands that become part of the East Nusa Tenggara Province region save a lot of coastal tourism potential with a natural condition that is not less beautiful when compared with other beaches in Indonesia. Of the many beaches on the coast of the island of Sumba, Watu Parunu beach located on the easternmost side of Sumba Island, is one of the beaches that have beautiful natural scenery. Its beauty is able to invite the tourists to willingly go to this beach which is very far from Waingapu city, just to stop and relax enjoy the atmosphere of the afternoon until sunset.

Exploring The Tropical Rainforests Of Mount Gede Pangrango

Exploring The Tropical Rainforests Of Mount Gede Pangrango
The sun emits its light from the bed as farmers begin to carry the hoe to the plantation. When you want to climb the peak, early June, through the path of Mount Putri, the foot of Mount Gede offers beautiful scenery. Nothing wrong with this month many climbers who want to spend the weekend with an adventure exploring Mount Gede Pangrango.

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Mysteries of a Pair of Beautiful Lakes in the Arfak Mountains

Mysteries of a Pair of Beautiful Lakes in the Arfak Mountains

Mysteries of a Pair of Beautiful Lakes in the Arfak Mountains

Once upon a time a pair of human children lived in the mountains of Arfak, Manokwari, West Papua, Indonesia. They live together and combine love until the power of love perpetuates themselves into two large lakes that exist today. Even local legends say that each lake is inhabited by a male and female dragon. It is this gender dualism that ultimately makes local residents believe that these two large lakes are male and female. Therefore, local indigenous people named male lakes as Anggi Ginji and female lakes as Anggi Gita.

Mysteries of a Pair of Beautiful Lakes in the Arfak Mountains

Beautiful nature is not strange in Papua. Enchanting natural wealth is indeed widespread in one of Indonesia's major islands. We will also witness this admiration when we visit Lake Anggi in the Manokwari region, West Papua province. Expanse of wild green forests, towering mountains, and traditional rural life is an extraordinary attraction of this invaluable gift from God.

Mysteries of a Pair of Beautiful Lakes in the Arfak Mountains

Lake Anggi which consists of two large lakes is located in the Arfak mountain reserve area and is located at an altitude of approximately 2,950 meters above sea level. To reach the Arfak tribe's residence, it takes about 3-4 hours to travel by using a 4-wheel drive vehicle. Must be with an off-road car because the road to this place has a high level of difficulty. Land roads with large stones and heavy rivers that must be crossed are the situation faced when heading to Anggi lake. Even not infrequently, the travelers who go to this lake will encounter landslides and obstructed for several hours until the landslide can be overcome. Therefore, the drivers of off-road vehicles who used to pass this road will not depart if the rainy weather is less friendly.

Mysteries of a Pair of Beautiful Lakes in the Arfak Mountains

The journey to Anggi Lake is relatively long, but there is no need to worry because the natural scenery that we will witness can also make time forget. When we leave early morning from Manokwari, chances are we will see the beautiful sunrise among the mountains Arfak. This beauty will not pay off with the value of money and we will not stop being grateful if we watch it. The rays of the morning sun appeared among the great mountains as if uncovering the morning fog that still enveloped most of the mountainous terrain. The warmth of the sun will combine with the coolness of the original mountain air and produce coolness that is very comfortable to enjoy.

Mysteries of a Pair of Beautiful Lakes in the Arfak Mountains

Arriving in the lake area, we will be greeted by the residents' villages which are generally indigenous people of the Arfak tribe. They have lived in this region since ancient times and have great respect for the beautiful surroundings. Their traditional houses, commonly called thousand foot houses, will be found along the village roads around the lake. Local people are generally friendly and have a much more polite attitude than the mountains of Papua in general. They are also renowned for the power of walking barefoot from one village to another village tens of kilometers away.

Mysteries of a Pair of Beautiful Lakes in the Arfak Mountains

We will feel the distance of this trip too when we see Anggi Gita lake which is located lower than Anggi Ginji lake. Actually, there are two alternative paths to these two lakes, one through the top lane and one song through the bottom lane so we will see the ladies first. The tortuous cobbled dirt road connects these two large lakes. A tall mountain rises to separate the two lakes and to reach Lake Anggi Ginji, we will circle this mountain.

Mysteries of a Pair of Beautiful Lakes in the Arfak Mountains

Lake Anggi Ginji and Gita have a fairly calm water, the difference lies in the color of the water. Lake Anggi Ginji has blackish water while Gita has bright blue water, this difference is caused by the reflection of the forests around the lake and various plankton found in the lake. We will also witness typical mountainous plants in both Anggi lakes, generally these plants are endemic to this place, which means that there are no other areas.

Mysteries of a Pair of Beautiful Lakes in the Arfak Mountains

Lake Anggi is indeed difficult to achieve, but that will not mean when we witness the majesty of nature around the lake which is so amazing. In fact, according to local residents the awesomeness of Lake Anggi has been recognized by researchers from abroad. There are so many researchers who want to examine the depth of the second Lake Anggi, but no one has been able to dive and reach the bottom of the lake. Therefore, until now the depth of Anggi lake is still a mystery that has not been revealed. The mystery of Lake Anggi will continue to be an attraction and synergize with the unique Arfak mountains.
Mysteries of a Pair of Beautiful Lakes in the Arfak Mountains

Once upon a time a pair of human children lived in the mountains of Arfak, Manokwari, West Papua, Indonesia. They live together and combine love until the power of love perpetuates themselves into two large lakes that exist today. Even local legends say that each lake is inhabited by a male and female dragon. It is this gender dualism that ultimately makes local residents believe that these two large lakes are male and female. Therefore, local indigenous people named male lakes as Anggi Ginji and female lakes as Anggi Gita.

Mysteries of a Pair of Beautiful Lakes in the Arfak Mountains

Beautiful nature is not strange in Papua. Enchanting natural wealth is indeed widespread in one of Indonesia's major islands. We will also witness this admiration when we visit Lake Anggi in the Manokwari region, West Papua province. Expanse of wild green forests, towering mountains, and traditional rural life is an extraordinary attraction of this invaluable gift from God.

Mysteries of a Pair of Beautiful Lakes in the Arfak Mountains

Lake Anggi which consists of two large lakes is located in the Arfak mountain reserve area and is located at an altitude of approximately 2,950 meters above sea level. To reach the Arfak tribe's residence, it takes about 3-4 hours to travel by using a 4-wheel drive vehicle. Must be with an off-road car because the road to this place has a high level of difficulty. Land roads with large stones and heavy rivers that must be crossed are the situation faced when heading to Anggi lake. Even not infrequently, the travelers who go to this lake will encounter landslides and obstructed for several hours until the landslide can be overcome. Therefore, the drivers of off-road vehicles who used to pass this road will not depart if the rainy weather is less friendly.

Mysteries of a Pair of Beautiful Lakes in the Arfak Mountains

The journey to Anggi Lake is relatively long, but there is no need to worry because the natural scenery that we will witness can also make time forget. When we leave early morning from Manokwari, chances are we will see the beautiful sunrise among the mountains Arfak. This beauty will not pay off with the value of money and we will not stop being grateful if we watch it. The rays of the morning sun appeared among the great mountains as if uncovering the morning fog that still enveloped most of the mountainous terrain. The warmth of the sun will combine with the coolness of the original mountain air and produce coolness that is very comfortable to enjoy.

Mysteries of a Pair of Beautiful Lakes in the Arfak Mountains

Arriving in the lake area, we will be greeted by the residents' villages which are generally indigenous people of the Arfak tribe. They have lived in this region since ancient times and have great respect for the beautiful surroundings. Their traditional houses, commonly called thousand foot houses, will be found along the village roads around the lake. Local people are generally friendly and have a much more polite attitude than the mountains of Papua in general. They are also renowned for the power of walking barefoot from one village to another village tens of kilometers away.

Mysteries of a Pair of Beautiful Lakes in the Arfak Mountains

We will feel the distance of this trip too when we see Anggi Gita lake which is located lower than Anggi Ginji lake. Actually, there are two alternative paths to these two lakes, one through the top lane and one song through the bottom lane so we will see the ladies first. The tortuous cobbled dirt road connects these two large lakes. A tall mountain rises to separate the two lakes and to reach Lake Anggi Ginji, we will circle this mountain.

Mysteries of a Pair of Beautiful Lakes in the Arfak Mountains

Lake Anggi Ginji and Gita have a fairly calm water, the difference lies in the color of the water. Lake Anggi Ginji has blackish water while Gita has bright blue water, this difference is caused by the reflection of the forests around the lake and various plankton found in the lake. We will also witness typical mountainous plants in both Anggi lakes, generally these plants are endemic to this place, which means that there are no other areas.

Mysteries of a Pair of Beautiful Lakes in the Arfak Mountains

Lake Anggi is indeed difficult to achieve, but that will not mean when we witness the majesty of nature around the lake which is so amazing. In fact, according to local residents the awesomeness of Lake Anggi has been recognized by researchers from abroad. There are so many researchers who want to examine the depth of the second Lake Anggi, but no one has been able to dive and reach the bottom of the lake. Therefore, until now the depth of Anggi lake is still a mystery that has not been revealed. The mystery of Lake Anggi will continue to be an attraction and synergize with the unique Arfak mountains.

Staring at the silence of the Cliffs of the Beach in Watu Parunu

Staring at the silence of the Cliffs of the Beach in Watu Parunu

Staring at the silence of the Cliffs of the Beach in Watu Parunu

Sumba Island is one of the islands that become part of the East Nusa Tenggara Province region save a lot of coastal tourism potential with a natural condition that is not less beautiful when compared with other beaches in Indonesia. Of the many beaches on the coast of the island of Sumba, Watu Parunu beach located on the easternmost side of Sumba Island, is one of the beaches that have beautiful natural scenery. Its beauty is able to invite the tourists to willingly go to this beach which is very far from Waingapu city, just to stop and relax enjoy the atmosphere of the afternoon until sunset.

Staring at the silence of the Cliffs of the Beach in Watu Parunu

Staring at the silence of the Cliffs of the Beach in Watu Parunu

Watu Parunu Beach is located in the Village of Another Village, Wulla Waijelu District, East Sumba Regency. To reach this beach, visitors must travel as far as 135 kilometers from downtown Waingapu. Impressed far indeed, but the fatigue generated from the length of travel will be paid off when arriving at the beach. White sand along the beach and the action of the waves rippled into a tired and tired remedy.

Staring at the silence of the Cliffs of the Beach in Watu Parunu

White rock cliffs located at the eastern end of this beach became one of the characteristics of Watu Parunu Beach. This cliff is formed from the arrangement of several types of rocks. The form of a snaking is formed by the process of nature, like a beautifully engraved God painting at the end of the beach. When the beach water is receding, this rock cliff can be reached by passing a large enough hollow stone.

Staring at the silence of the Cliffs of the Beach in Watu Parunu

Staring at the silence of the Cliffs of the Beach in Watu Parunu

Watu Parunu's own name relates to the natural phenomenon of hollow stone which becomes the other peculiarities of this beach. Anyone who passes through a hollow stone will walk across the rock with a bow, so that the people around give this beach name to Watu Parunu. Which, Watu in the local language means stone and Parunu which means literally walking down.

Staring at the silence of the Cliffs of the Beach in Watu Parunu

Staring at the silence of the Cliffs of the Beach in Watu Parunu

The location of Watu Parunu Beach which is far from the city center makes the management of this beach tour is not optimal. Whereas if managed properly, this beach has the potential to become one of the primadona of the existing attractions in East Sumba. Because the information spread about Watu Parunu not fast, making this beach is still rarely visited by tourists. The quiet atmosphere of Watu Parunu Beach is perfect for people who like tranquility.
Staring at the silence of the Cliffs of the Beach in Watu Parunu

Sumba Island is one of the islands that become part of the East Nusa Tenggara Province region save a lot of coastal tourism potential with a natural condition that is not less beautiful when compared with other beaches in Indonesia. Of the many beaches on the coast of the island of Sumba, Watu Parunu beach located on the easternmost side of Sumba Island, is one of the beaches that have beautiful natural scenery. Its beauty is able to invite the tourists to willingly go to this beach which is very far from Waingapu city, just to stop and relax enjoy the atmosphere of the afternoon until sunset.

Staring at the silence of the Cliffs of the Beach in Watu Parunu

Staring at the silence of the Cliffs of the Beach in Watu Parunu

Watu Parunu Beach is located in the Village of Another Village, Wulla Waijelu District, East Sumba Regency. To reach this beach, visitors must travel as far as 135 kilometers from downtown Waingapu. Impressed far indeed, but the fatigue generated from the length of travel will be paid off when arriving at the beach. White sand along the beach and the action of the waves rippled into a tired and tired remedy.

Staring at the silence of the Cliffs of the Beach in Watu Parunu

White rock cliffs located at the eastern end of this beach became one of the characteristics of Watu Parunu Beach. This cliff is formed from the arrangement of several types of rocks. The form of a snaking is formed by the process of nature, like a beautifully engraved God painting at the end of the beach. When the beach water is receding, this rock cliff can be reached by passing a large enough hollow stone.

Staring at the silence of the Cliffs of the Beach in Watu Parunu

Staring at the silence of the Cliffs of the Beach in Watu Parunu

Watu Parunu's own name relates to the natural phenomenon of hollow stone which becomes the other peculiarities of this beach. Anyone who passes through a hollow stone will walk across the rock with a bow, so that the people around give this beach name to Watu Parunu. Which, Watu in the local language means stone and Parunu which means literally walking down.

Staring at the silence of the Cliffs of the Beach in Watu Parunu

Staring at the silence of the Cliffs of the Beach in Watu Parunu

The location of Watu Parunu Beach which is far from the city center makes the management of this beach tour is not optimal. Whereas if managed properly, this beach has the potential to become one of the primadona of the existing attractions in East Sumba. Because the information spread about Watu Parunu not fast, making this beach is still rarely visited by tourists. The quiet atmosphere of Watu Parunu Beach is perfect for people who like tranquility.

Exploring the Tropical Rainforests of Mount Gede Pangrango

Exploring the Tropical Rainforests of Mount Gede Pangrango

Exploring the Tropical Rainforests of Mount Gede Pangrango

The sun emits its light from the bed as farmers begin to carry the hoe to the plantation. When you want to climb the peak, early June, through the path of Mount Putri, the foot of Mount Gede offers beautiful scenery. Nothing wrong with this month many climbers who want to spend the weekend with an adventure exploring Mount Gede Pangrango.

Exploring the Tropical Rainforests of Mount Gede Pangrango

Mount Gede Pangrango is one of the five oldest national parks owned by Indonesia. Inaugurated since 1980 based on the Decree of the Minister of Agriculture, Mount Gede Pangrango National Park (TNGP) has a land area of ​​more than 22,000 hectares. In general, TNGP is covered by tropical rain forests that are always wet. Even in the dry season, forest vegetation is able to keep moisture to stay wet.

Exploring the Tropical Rainforests of Mount Gede Pangrango

Climbing Mount Gede Pangrango is one way to enjoy the richness of Indonesia's tropical rain forest. There are two alternative path options to get to the top of Mount Gede, namely throughMount Putri and through Cibodas. If through the path of Mount Putri, many climbers who choose to stay overnight in Surya Kencana square before then return to climb to the top.

Exploring the Tropical Rainforests of Mount Gede Pangrango

The peak of Mount Gede is at an altitude of about 2,900 meters above sea level (mdpl). In the first 1000 meters, climbers will feel the air temperature is not too cold. In this area, the climb path is dominated by big trees, like rasamala trees. In the medio before reaching the peak, the big trees are getting smaller. In this area, the trees that grow look different than in the previous height. The tree at an altitude of 2,000 mdpl has a long stem up to 20 meters, the size of the leaves is smaller, but has a very large and strong roots. While at an altitude of nearly 3,000 meters above sea level, Mount Gede is adorned with vegetation plants of smaller size and brightly colored leaves, such as edelweis and cantigi that are widely seen along the Surya Kencana square.

Exploring the Tropical Rainforests of Mount Gede Pangrango

Surya Kencana square is the most popular area of ​​climbers to open tents and stay overnight. It is not without cause. In addition to having beautiful scenery because there are edelweis and flanked by two mountains, in this place also flows water sources that are needed by the climbers.

Exploring the Tropical Rainforests of Mount Gede Pangrango

Time taken from the square Surya Kencana to get to the top about 30 minutes. Along the path, will find many trees cantigi leaves are bright red. Cantin named latin Vaccinium varingiaefolium is a plant that can survive on land that is lacking nutrients or in extreme weather conditions. Arriving at the peak of Mount Gede, climbers will be greeted by nature's extraordinary beautiful paintings. Fatigue will be paid off when you see the beautiful circle of crater with bursts of sulfur vapor is still active. From the peak of Mount Gede, will be seen arrogant Mount Pangrango on the other side. But if the weather is not friendly, Mount Pangrango can not be seen because it is covered in fog.

Exploring the Tropical Rainforests of Mount Gede Pangrango

The journey is then continued to get to the last post at Cibodas. To get to the last post, it takes about 7 hours trip for beginner climber, it may be faster for climbers who are accustomed to the downhill path. Similarly, when climbing, the scenery trip down is still dominated by tropical rain forest vegetation.

Exploring the Tropical Rainforests of Mount Gede Pangrango

In addition to being rich in various flora, TNGP is also rich in fauna. If lucky, the pandaki will see a flock of Javanese gibbons, deer, and various birds, such as hawks and owls. The TNGP forest is also a native habitat for a herd of monkeys and a variety of insects that may not even have been named scientifically.

Exploring the Tropical Rainforests of Mount Gede Pangrango

Before reaching the intersection between the path to Mount Pangrango and Cibodas, climbers will find a waterfall in the middle of the forest with very clear water. It is said that this unnamed waterfall is Soe Hok Gie's favorite place to rest for a while while washing before proceeding. Judging from its position at an altitude of more than 1,000 meters above sea level, the waterfall can be regarded as the highest waterfall in West Java. After the waterfall, the climbers will pass the source of hot water containing sulfur. Need to be extra careful to pass the path. In addition to full of slippery rocks, in addition to the path there is also a steep ravine. For this reason, many climbers are chasing time to get through this path before dark.

Exploring the Tropical Rainforests of Mount Gede Pangrango

There are three points before arriving at the last post, namely the Rhino Cage, Stone Cage, and Cibeureum Waterfall. The Rhino Stables and the Stables are the most visited points of climbers. In this place, usually the climbers break or eat and drink while chatting each other before continuing the journey back to the last post in Cibodas.

Exploring the Tropical Rainforests of Mount Gede Pangrango

Stepping on Mount Gede in TNGP is a fun activity to fill vacation time. In addition to witnessing the natural wealth of Indonesia's tropical rain forest, nature tourism activity is believed to be able to train someone to have an independent, courageous, and love of his homeland and culture. However, it takes special physical and mental preparation to stay fit and always preserve the forest by not littering.
Exploring the Tropical Rainforests of Mount Gede Pangrango

The sun emits its light from the bed as farmers begin to carry the hoe to the plantation. When you want to climb the peak, early June, through the path of Mount Putri, the foot of Mount Gede offers beautiful scenery. Nothing wrong with this month many climbers who want to spend the weekend with an adventure exploring Mount Gede Pangrango.

Exploring the Tropical Rainforests of Mount Gede Pangrango

Mount Gede Pangrango is one of the five oldest national parks owned by Indonesia. Inaugurated since 1980 based on the Decree of the Minister of Agriculture, Mount Gede Pangrango National Park (TNGP) has a land area of ​​more than 22,000 hectares. In general, TNGP is covered by tropical rain forests that are always wet. Even in the dry season, forest vegetation is able to keep moisture to stay wet.

Exploring the Tropical Rainforests of Mount Gede Pangrango

Climbing Mount Gede Pangrango is one way to enjoy the richness of Indonesia's tropical rain forest. There are two alternative path options to get to the top of Mount Gede, namely throughMount Putri and through Cibodas. If through the path of Mount Putri, many climbers who choose to stay overnight in Surya Kencana square before then return to climb to the top.

Exploring the Tropical Rainforests of Mount Gede Pangrango

The peak of Mount Gede is at an altitude of about 2,900 meters above sea level (mdpl). In the first 1000 meters, climbers will feel the air temperature is not too cold. In this area, the climb path is dominated by big trees, like rasamala trees. In the medio before reaching the peak, the big trees are getting smaller. In this area, the trees that grow look different than in the previous height. The tree at an altitude of 2,000 mdpl has a long stem up to 20 meters, the size of the leaves is smaller, but has a very large and strong roots. While at an altitude of nearly 3,000 meters above sea level, Mount Gede is adorned with vegetation plants of smaller size and brightly colored leaves, such as edelweis and cantigi that are widely seen along the Surya Kencana square.

Exploring the Tropical Rainforests of Mount Gede Pangrango

Surya Kencana square is the most popular area of ​​climbers to open tents and stay overnight. It is not without cause. In addition to having beautiful scenery because there are edelweis and flanked by two mountains, in this place also flows water sources that are needed by the climbers.

Exploring the Tropical Rainforests of Mount Gede Pangrango

Time taken from the square Surya Kencana to get to the top about 30 minutes. Along the path, will find many trees cantigi leaves are bright red. Cantin named latin Vaccinium varingiaefolium is a plant that can survive on land that is lacking nutrients or in extreme weather conditions. Arriving at the peak of Mount Gede, climbers will be greeted by nature's extraordinary beautiful paintings. Fatigue will be paid off when you see the beautiful circle of crater with bursts of sulfur vapor is still active. From the peak of Mount Gede, will be seen arrogant Mount Pangrango on the other side. But if the weather is not friendly, Mount Pangrango can not be seen because it is covered in fog.

Exploring the Tropical Rainforests of Mount Gede Pangrango

The journey is then continued to get to the last post at Cibodas. To get to the last post, it takes about 7 hours trip for beginner climber, it may be faster for climbers who are accustomed to the downhill path. Similarly, when climbing, the scenery trip down is still dominated by tropical rain forest vegetation.

Exploring the Tropical Rainforests of Mount Gede Pangrango

In addition to being rich in various flora, TNGP is also rich in fauna. If lucky, the pandaki will see a flock of Javanese gibbons, deer, and various birds, such as hawks and owls. The TNGP forest is also a native habitat for a herd of monkeys and a variety of insects that may not even have been named scientifically.

Exploring the Tropical Rainforests of Mount Gede Pangrango

Before reaching the intersection between the path to Mount Pangrango and Cibodas, climbers will find a waterfall in the middle of the forest with very clear water. It is said that this unnamed waterfall is Soe Hok Gie's favorite place to rest for a while while washing before proceeding. Judging from its position at an altitude of more than 1,000 meters above sea level, the waterfall can be regarded as the highest waterfall in West Java. After the waterfall, the climbers will pass the source of hot water containing sulfur. Need to be extra careful to pass the path. In addition to full of slippery rocks, in addition to the path there is also a steep ravine. For this reason, many climbers are chasing time to get through this path before dark.

Exploring the Tropical Rainforests of Mount Gede Pangrango

There are three points before arriving at the last post, namely the Rhino Cage, Stone Cage, and Cibeureum Waterfall. The Rhino Stables and the Stables are the most visited points of climbers. In this place, usually the climbers break or eat and drink while chatting each other before continuing the journey back to the last post in Cibodas.

Exploring the Tropical Rainforests of Mount Gede Pangrango

Stepping on Mount Gede in TNGP is a fun activity to fill vacation time. In addition to witnessing the natural wealth of Indonesia's tropical rain forest, nature tourism activity is believed to be able to train someone to have an independent, courageous, and love of his homeland and culture. However, it takes special physical and mental preparation to stay fit and always preserve the forest by not littering.

Exploring the World's Most Important Coral Reef Ecosystem in the Togean Islands

Exploring the World's Most Important Coral Reef Ecosystem in the Togean Islands

Exploring the World's Most Important Coral Reef Ecosystem in the Togean Islands

Talking about the underwater charm offered by Indonesian waters is not going to end. As one of the country with the best diving points in the world, the territorial waters of Indonesia comes with the diversity of marine biota that adds the wealth of biodiversity in the Indonesian ocean.

Exploring the World's Most Important Coral Reef Ecosystem in the Togean Islands

The Togean Islands, which belong to the Tojo Una-una Regency, Central Sulawesi Province, is one of the paradises of the Indonesian waters. The fame of the Togean Islands has reached the ears of foreigners. Many foreign tourists are indeed taking their time to witness for themselves the underwater beauty offered by the Togean Islands.

Exploring the World's Most Important Coral Reef Ecosystem in the Togean Islands

The waters of the Togean Islands itself are part of the most important coral reef ecosystem in the world. The nickname "The Heart of Coral Triangle" is not wrong if pinned to the territorial waters of the Togean Islands considering the many different types of coral reefs are still well preserved.

Exploring the World's Most Important Coral Reef Ecosystem in the Togean Islands

Togean Islands consists of approximately twenty-five large and small islands scattered around the waters. The islands such as Talatakoh, Una-una, Togean, Batudaka, Walea Kodi, and Walea Bahi fall into the category of large islands which is also a favorite for tourists. Being one of the most important coral reef ecosystems in the world is proof of the diversity of coral reefs present in these waters.

Exploring the World's Most Important Coral Reef Ecosystem in the Togean Islands

Exploring the World's Most Important Coral Reef Ecosystem in the Togean Islands

Togean Islands National Park has various types of coral reefs ranging from the type of fringing reef, barrier reef or barrier reef that can also be found in the territorial waters of Australia, as well as ring reef or atoll. The condition of the coral reefs in the waters of the Togean Islands National Park is still well preserved and the condition must be maintained, one of them by not touching and damaging at least part of the coral reefs while snorkeling or diving.

Exploring the World's Most Important Coral Reef Ecosystem in the Togean Islands

Another major attraction of the Togean Islands National Park is the presence of a brackish water lake that becomes the habitat of stingless jellyfish. The visitors are free to chat directly with this adorable jellyfish flock without having to worry about being stung.
Exploring the World's Most Important Coral Reef Ecosystem in the Togean Islands

Talking about the underwater charm offered by Indonesian waters is not going to end. As one of the country with the best diving points in the world, the territorial waters of Indonesia comes with the diversity of marine biota that adds the wealth of biodiversity in the Indonesian ocean.

Exploring the World's Most Important Coral Reef Ecosystem in the Togean Islands

The Togean Islands, which belong to the Tojo Una-una Regency, Central Sulawesi Province, is one of the paradises of the Indonesian waters. The fame of the Togean Islands has reached the ears of foreigners. Many foreign tourists are indeed taking their time to witness for themselves the underwater beauty offered by the Togean Islands.

Exploring the World's Most Important Coral Reef Ecosystem in the Togean Islands

The waters of the Togean Islands itself are part of the most important coral reef ecosystem in the world. The nickname "The Heart of Coral Triangle" is not wrong if pinned to the territorial waters of the Togean Islands considering the many different types of coral reefs are still well preserved.

Exploring the World's Most Important Coral Reef Ecosystem in the Togean Islands

Togean Islands consists of approximately twenty-five large and small islands scattered around the waters. The islands such as Talatakoh, Una-una, Togean, Batudaka, Walea Kodi, and Walea Bahi fall into the category of large islands which is also a favorite for tourists. Being one of the most important coral reef ecosystems in the world is proof of the diversity of coral reefs present in these waters.

Exploring the World's Most Important Coral Reef Ecosystem in the Togean Islands

Exploring the World's Most Important Coral Reef Ecosystem in the Togean Islands

Togean Islands National Park has various types of coral reefs ranging from the type of fringing reef, barrier reef or barrier reef that can also be found in the territorial waters of Australia, as well as ring reef or atoll. The condition of the coral reefs in the waters of the Togean Islands National Park is still well preserved and the condition must be maintained, one of them by not touching and damaging at least part of the coral reefs while snorkeling or diving.

Exploring the World's Most Important Coral Reef Ecosystem in the Togean Islands

Another major attraction of the Togean Islands National Park is the presence of a brackish water lake that becomes the habitat of stingless jellyfish. The visitors are free to chat directly with this adorable jellyfish flock without having to worry about being stung.

Ora Beach, The Most Beautiful Places In Maluku

Ora Beach, The Most Beautiful Places In Maluku

Ora Beach, The Most Beautiful Places In Maluku

Now enjoying the beautiful beaches of Hawaii's coastline or the ocean with privacy like the Maldives is not something far and expensive to do. Apparently Indonesia has a natural beauty that is similar to resorts and tourism facilities that are not inferior to these countries. To find out, we need to bring ourselves to Ora Beach in Central Maluku District, or rather the State of Saleman, North Seram.

Ora Beach, The Most Beautiful Places In Maluku

Ora Beach, The Most Beautiful Places In Maluku

Access to this privacy-filled area is difficult and costly. From the island of Ambon, we need to cross to Central Maluku, Seram Island with a fast boat about 2 hours drive. Then, from Masohi the port of land travel by motor vehicle will take up to 3-4 hours drive to reach Saleman Village in northern Seram. After arriving in the country, the journey should be continued by using a fishing boat for approximately 15 minutes journey to reach Ora Beach.

Ora Beach, The Most Beautiful Places In Maluku

Ora Beach, The Most Beautiful Places In Maluku

Ora Beach is one of the beaches in Maluku whose name is already known to foreign countries. The natural beauty of this beach is well known even equated with beaches in Hawaii and Maldives. However, to note is that access to Ora beach can only be reached by boat. That's why the experience toward this place is so expensive. In this beach area there is only one famous resort, but if we want to stay elsewhere, there are several alternatives such as in the village of Sawai and Saleman located not far from the beach Ora.

Ora Beach, The Most Beautiful Places In Maluku

Ora Beach, The Most Beautiful Places In Maluku

Ora Beach has white sand that is very soft and beautiful to look at. In addition, the beach directly jutted into the shallow ocean containing hundreds of thousands of beautiful coral reefs and their inhabitants. Both the reef and the fish in it can already be seen from above the surface without us having to dive or snorkel. However, it will be more leverage when we enjoy this beauty with snorkeling. The colorful corals and beautiful fishes are ready to greet us and amaze us with the wonderful grace of nature God has given us.

Ora Beach, The Most Beautiful Places In Maluku

Ora Beach, The Most Beautiful Places In Maluku

In addition to snorkeling, dividers provide dive and guide guides that will take us somewhat to the sea and enjoy the beauty of the deep ocean by diving. In addition, several islands and other ocean attractions can also be enjoyed as part of a trip through Ora Beach. Local and foreign tourists usually make Ora Beach as their escape from the busy busy work or crowded big city until they get the peace and comfort in this place.

Ora Beach, The Most Beautiful Places In Maluku

Ora Beach, The Most Beautiful Places In Maluku

Ora Beach is one of the biggest potentials owned by Maluku. This place should be a source of income for local people both from the tourism sector and from the economic sector. Ora Beach has advantages in the promotion when compared with other attractions in Central Maluku, therefore it is only natural that the people and the government should work together in the development of this region.
Ora Beach, The Most Beautiful Places In Maluku

Now enjoying the beautiful beaches of Hawaii's coastline or the ocean with privacy like the Maldives is not something far and expensive to do. Apparently Indonesia has a natural beauty that is similar to resorts and tourism facilities that are not inferior to these countries. To find out, we need to bring ourselves to Ora Beach in Central Maluku District, or rather the State of Saleman, North Seram.

Ora Beach, The Most Beautiful Places In Maluku

Ora Beach, The Most Beautiful Places In Maluku

Access to this privacy-filled area is difficult and costly. From the island of Ambon, we need to cross to Central Maluku, Seram Island with a fast boat about 2 hours drive. Then, from Masohi the port of land travel by motor vehicle will take up to 3-4 hours drive to reach Saleman Village in northern Seram. After arriving in the country, the journey should be continued by using a fishing boat for approximately 15 minutes journey to reach Ora Beach.

Ora Beach, The Most Beautiful Places In Maluku

Ora Beach, The Most Beautiful Places In Maluku

Ora Beach is one of the beaches in Maluku whose name is already known to foreign countries. The natural beauty of this beach is well known even equated with beaches in Hawaii and Maldives. However, to note is that access to Ora beach can only be reached by boat. That's why the experience toward this place is so expensive. In this beach area there is only one famous resort, but if we want to stay elsewhere, there are several alternatives such as in the village of Sawai and Saleman located not far from the beach Ora.

Ora Beach, The Most Beautiful Places In Maluku

Ora Beach, The Most Beautiful Places In Maluku

Ora Beach has white sand that is very soft and beautiful to look at. In addition, the beach directly jutted into the shallow ocean containing hundreds of thousands of beautiful coral reefs and their inhabitants. Both the reef and the fish in it can already be seen from above the surface without us having to dive or snorkel. However, it will be more leverage when we enjoy this beauty with snorkeling. The colorful corals and beautiful fishes are ready to greet us and amaze us with the wonderful grace of nature God has given us.

Ora Beach, The Most Beautiful Places In Maluku

Ora Beach, The Most Beautiful Places In Maluku

In addition to snorkeling, dividers provide dive and guide guides that will take us somewhat to the sea and enjoy the beauty of the deep ocean by diving. In addition, several islands and other ocean attractions can also be enjoyed as part of a trip through Ora Beach. Local and foreign tourists usually make Ora Beach as their escape from the busy busy work or crowded big city until they get the peace and comfort in this place.

Ora Beach, The Most Beautiful Places In Maluku

Ora Beach, The Most Beautiful Places In Maluku

Ora Beach is one of the biggest potentials owned by Maluku. This place should be a source of income for local people both from the tourism sector and from the economic sector. Ora Beach has advantages in the promotion when compared with other attractions in Central Maluku, therefore it is only natural that the people and the government should work together in the development of this region.

Tanah Lot, the Enchantment of Sunset at Pura Penaung Samudera

Tanah Lot, the Enchantment of Sunset at Pura Penaung Samudera

Tanah Lot, the Enchantment of Sunset at Pura Penaung Samudera

No doubt the popularity of the beauty of Tanah Lot has spread throughout the world. One of the temples on the island of Bali is a temple khayangan status is known as a place that presents a beautiful sunset view. Watching the silhouette of the temple with the setting of the afternoon sky will certainly leave a deep memory. But, in addition to the beauty of the panorama, this temple also save another uniqueness that is worthy to be listened to for anyone who wants to visit it.

Tanah Lot, the Enchantment of Sunset at Pura Penaung Samudera

Tanah Lot, the Enchantment of Sunset at Pura Penaung Samudera

One of the peculiarities of the Tanah Lot temple is its position which lies on a large boulder. This rock will be submerged during the sea tide, morning until late afternoon. This is what makes Tanah Lot Temple in daylight as if separated from the mainland of Bali. This is in accordance with the meaning of "Tanah Lot". In Balinese language, "lot land" means land in the middle of the sea. Because of these peculiarities, Tanah Lot Temple crowded visited by tourists, especially in the afternoon.

Tanah Lot, the Enchantment of Sunset at Pura Penaung Samudera

When the sea water receded, will be seen a small cave across the temple. This cave is said to be the residence of sea snakes are believed to be the guardian of Tanah Lot Temple. In this cave, visitors can see a large snake guarded by a handler - as part of local attractions. Visitors can stroke the snake and beg for luck by donating voluntarily.

Tanah Lot, the Enchantment of Sunset at Pura Penaung Samudera

Tanah Lot, the Enchantment of Sunset at Pura Penaung Samudera

Another attraction that attracts the attention of visitors is the ritual of purification on the holy water source located just below the temple of Tanah Lot. Here, visitors can wash their faces, drink holy water, and receive some kind of blessing ritual from temple officials. The visitors will get a sprinkling of water that has been recited spells, affixed on the forehead, and paired flowers in the ear. By passing all the processions, the visitors are considered to have undergone a ritual of purification and can touch the staircase of the temple, although it is still forbidden to enter the interior of the temple.

Tanah Lot, the Enchantment of Sunset at Pura Penaung Samudera

Tanah Lot, the Enchantment of Sunset at Pura Penaung Samudera

For photography lovers, late afternoon is the time to capture the sunset panorama. The right position is necessary to produce beautiful and satisfying photos. There are many choices of observation points to try, but one of the best is from the cliff above the east of Tanah Lot Temple. Visitors can arrange for observation positions in the cliff-filled cliff-covered yard provided by the local stalls. Accompanied by a portion of fresh young coconut ice, a beautiful panorama of sunset can be immortalized while relaxing unwind.
Tanah Lot, the Enchantment of Sunset at Pura Penaung Samudera

No doubt the popularity of the beauty of Tanah Lot has spread throughout the world. One of the temples on the island of Bali is a temple khayangan status is known as a place that presents a beautiful sunset view. Watching the silhouette of the temple with the setting of the afternoon sky will certainly leave a deep memory. But, in addition to the beauty of the panorama, this temple also save another uniqueness that is worthy to be listened to for anyone who wants to visit it.

Tanah Lot, the Enchantment of Sunset at Pura Penaung Samudera

Tanah Lot, the Enchantment of Sunset at Pura Penaung Samudera

One of the peculiarities of the Tanah Lot temple is its position which lies on a large boulder. This rock will be submerged during the sea tide, morning until late afternoon. This is what makes Tanah Lot Temple in daylight as if separated from the mainland of Bali. This is in accordance with the meaning of "Tanah Lot". In Balinese language, "lot land" means land in the middle of the sea. Because of these peculiarities, Tanah Lot Temple crowded visited by tourists, especially in the afternoon.

Tanah Lot, the Enchantment of Sunset at Pura Penaung Samudera

When the sea water receded, will be seen a small cave across the temple. This cave is said to be the residence of sea snakes are believed to be the guardian of Tanah Lot Temple. In this cave, visitors can see a large snake guarded by a handler - as part of local attractions. Visitors can stroke the snake and beg for luck by donating voluntarily.

Tanah Lot, the Enchantment of Sunset at Pura Penaung Samudera

Tanah Lot, the Enchantment of Sunset at Pura Penaung Samudera

Another attraction that attracts the attention of visitors is the ritual of purification on the holy water source located just below the temple of Tanah Lot. Here, visitors can wash their faces, drink holy water, and receive some kind of blessing ritual from temple officials. The visitors will get a sprinkling of water that has been recited spells, affixed on the forehead, and paired flowers in the ear. By passing all the processions, the visitors are considered to have undergone a ritual of purification and can touch the staircase of the temple, although it is still forbidden to enter the interior of the temple.

Tanah Lot, the Enchantment of Sunset at Pura Penaung Samudera

Tanah Lot, the Enchantment of Sunset at Pura Penaung Samudera

For photography lovers, late afternoon is the time to capture the sunset panorama. The right position is necessary to produce beautiful and satisfying photos. There are many choices of observation points to try, but one of the best is from the cliff above the east of Tanah Lot Temple. Visitors can arrange for observation positions in the cliff-filled cliff-covered yard provided by the local stalls. Accompanied by a portion of fresh young coconut ice, a beautiful panorama of sunset can be immortalized while relaxing unwind.
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