Visit Pink Beach in Komodo National Park, East Nusa Tenggara (NTT), Parinseja.com – Visiting Komodo Island in Flores, NTT, not only to meets a Komodo dragon. But there is also Pink Beach which has pink sand. Beautiful!!!
Pink Beach in Komodo Island, NTT is one of seven beaches with pink sand in the world. This beach is referred to as Red Beach by local people. However, internationally better known as Pink Beach.
It’s said pink beach because the sand on this beach is pink. In addition to the exotic scenery, the marine park on the pink beach is also very interesting.
There are more than 1000 species of fish, hundreds of coral species, and 70 species of sea sponges that live in them.
Unlike the other beaches, the Pink beach is uninhabited and also has no buildings in the beach area. However, you should be careful because this beach is in the area of Komodo National Park and Komodo is often sunbathing on this beach.
Beautiful Pink beach in Komodo National Park not only enjoyed from the mainland, but you can also spend time by doing snorkeling. The beauty of marine habitat and the incredibly natural coral reef structure add to the wonderful moments of your journey.
In addition to snorkeling visitors can also perform various tourist activities including; enjoying the natural scenery around, swimming, sunbathing, relaxing on the beach and also enjoy the beautiful scenery at sunset.
When visiting the Pink beaches located in this Komodo National Park location, you will be accompanied by a ranger who will guard as well as a tour guide for visitors who want to travel further.
The charm on this beach is more perfect when the sand surface in the sun. The clear blue sea color looks like a transparent layer that shows the entire ocean. So perfectly …
Access to the location of this beach is reached via 3 lanes: land, sea and air. Sea route: the visitors can use the boat from Tanjung Benoa in Bali to Labuan Bajo with the distance about 1 day trip.
Through the land route, visitors can use the bus from Denpasar, Bali to Labuan Bajo and then cross using the Ferry. While the air line only takes about 35 minutes from Ngurah Rai Airport, Bali.
After arriving in Labuan Bajo, visitors still have to continue the journey by using the Ferry to cross to Loh Liang on Komodo Island. Then access from Loh Liang to Pink Beach, visitors can use the boat with a distance of about 35 minutes.
The beauty of this beach attracts many tourists. Do not forget to visit it !!!