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A tropical paradise located in one region of the island province of East Kalimantan, Berau precisely and in the Strait of Sulawesi, not far from the border with Malaysia. Derawan Island into a marine tourism destination choice for you who love the charming beach with soft white sand and clear water glistening. Moreover, added bonus benign encounter turtles that swim merrily when we do the dive.
Sometimes when sitting at the end of a wooden bridge that leads to the sea, we can see the green turtles and fro on the surface of clear water. Occasionally even the turtles that seem to roam around the cottage is located on the coast of the island. At nightfall, a few turtles went ashore and lay eggs there.
Sea moss color blend and produce stunning shades of blue and green, as well as a small forest in the middle, make this island so beautiful natural scenery presents a pity to pass up. What remains, deep memories.
Dr. Carden Wallace of the Museum of Tropical Queensland, Australia has examined the wealth of marine and island Derawan find over 50 types Arcropora (marine animals) in a coral reef. No one seems if Derawan island renowned as the top third of the world as an international dive destination
This island is relatively less well known especially in the country because of its own struggle to achieve it takes a pretty winding. You must first go to Balikpapan from Jakarta, Surabaya, Yogyakarta or Denpasar, to get to the island. Approximately two hours travel time of flight from Jakarta to Balikpapan.
From Aberdeen, you still have to fly to Cape Redeb for one hour with a small plane that served by KAL Star, Deraya or DAS. In addition, Cape Redeb can also be reached by sea, by climbing or boat from Samarinda Tarakan to Tanjung Redeb followed by renting a motorboat to the island Derawan long travel approximately 2 hours.
Many foreign tourists who just got off the plane at the airport Kalimarau, Cape Redeb Derawan went directly to the island by motorboat that has been moored at a specific port.
Alternatively it could be through land route from Balikpapan to Tanjung Batu and from there crossed over to the island Derawan. It's just not a good choice because of travel crossing itself takes up to a dozen hours with a relatively unpleasant terrain.
Even so, you know, just a lot of foreign tourists who already knew more about the existence of this exotic island. A number of Japanese tourists through travel from Tokyo who were there "shoot straight" go to Singapore or to Sabah and then continue the trip to Aberdeen, then to Cape Redeb using small aircraft.
They utilize their time during the Derawan with diving, down the underwater beauty of the island which indeed is the best location for diving. Moreover, with the condition of the remote islands and "virgin" increasingly add to the charm anyone to enjoy it as long as possible.
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