Here, you find pristine beaches with unique Karst islands that look like mushrooms sprouting out from the sea. Along these beaches, tourists can see fairy tale panorama, more captivating than Leonardo DiCaprio’s getaway in “The Beach”. The crystal clear waters around Kei Islands appear like unreal windows to various types of flora and fauna that live underwater. Tual (Kei islands) never ceases to amaze. Divers, especially, have been overwhelmed not only by the rich underwater displays, but also by the panoramic beauty of the island as they climb up to its highest platform and observe coves and atolls around. It is a dream come true, truly a dream fulfilled. Traditional Malucas (Tual)-Ohoirenan accommodation in the Ngurtafur & Ngurbloat islands.
Further more, Looking for Tual (Kei islands) accommodation where you can dive, snorkel, relax, experience traditional culture and see incredible wildlife? You’ve found it.
Tual (Kei islands) is one of the world’s last wild places. A vast sprawl of tropical island jewels amid seas renowned as being the richest on our planet. A nursery and refuge for coral and fish species that are rapidly disappearing from elsewhere in the region, and the perfect place to really get away from it all.
Staying in Tual (Kei islands) accommodation that is owned and operated by local people provides a unique cultural experience at an affordable price. It really is the best way to enjoy Tual (Kei islands). You’ll be supporting the local economy and empowering the traditional owners of Tual (Kei islands) in their efforts to preserve both their environment and their way of life.
Here we also have birding trip in Tual (Kei islands) in two days:
Day 1 Transfer to Dampier Strait toll and to Langgur
On your transfer back to Langgur you will make a serious birding stop on one of the tiny atolls in the Dampier Strait. You’ll have lunch there and then enjoy our afternoon search for a number of regional small island specialties, including the prasinorrhous subspecies of White-bibbed Fruit Dove, Olive Honeyeater, Island Whistler, Rufous Fantail, and Lemon-bellied White-eye.
Other species you might be able to find here include Dusky Megapode, Beach Kingfisher, Spice Imperial Pigeon, Varied Honeyeater, and Metallic Starling. If you are lucky you also might encounter Violet-necked Lory, Great-billed Parrot, Pied Imperial Pigeon, Great-billed Heron, Island Monarch, and Moluccan Starling.
Toward evening we will continue to Langgur for our farewell dinner and a good night’s rest.
Overnight: Mac home stay
Day 2. Departure
After breakfast you will transfer to Sorong’s airport for the first morning flight to Ambon international airports in Indonesia for our flights home.