South Maluku : Hidden paradise
Posted: July 15, 2016 on Doyantravel's Blog
Hidden under the protection of rocky cliffs and Mt. Binaya, Ora is a quiet, secluded beach with crystal-clear water, colorful schools of fish and coral inviting you to explore. The beach can only be reached by a small boat from the village of Saka. Its remote location has kept its natural beauty from being spoiled by human activities from the outside world. There are some basic resorts on the beach that provide an all- inclusive and comfortable bungalows on stilts with coral reefs underfoot. In the evening you can listen to the sounds of sea creatures in the water while enjoying the starlit skies.
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2016 New York Times Travel Show
2016 Philadelphia Travel & Adventure Show
2016 Chicago Travel & Adventure Show
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