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Banda Naira Beach

Today we wanna talk about once off beautiful natural beach of Indonesia.
here is Banda naira beach of Banda.
some beautiful moment leave out there and its so difficult to loss..
Banda Sea
The Banda Sea is a deep sea ringed by islands in eastern Indonesia. Right in the middle of the sea are the Banda Islands. While they may seem incredibly remote, they were once world famous as the Spice Islands, where nutmeg & mace - much sought after in those days - were grown & fought over by colonial powers.
Nowadays, they are more famous for their plentiful underwater wonders & laidback island charmt.
AmbonNusa LuatKoon IslandBanda IslandsLucipara

Dive Spots
The seven main islands and numerous smaller islets that make up the Banda Islands have some truly excellent diving. Palau Ai has plunging walls and excellent pelagics, including numerous species of larger shark. Skaru is a small atoll just off the main Hatta Island that often has a bewildering profusion of fish & colours, including huge schools of Snapper & Fusliers. Pelagic action is also common here and the nutrient rich waters feed majestic corals & sponges. The pinnacles around Batu Kapal make for an excellent dive too. The main island of Banda Neira is a great place to find mating Mandarinfish at dusk, which are reportedly far less bashful than at other locations. The reefs fringing Gunung Api, with their tapestry of delicate table corals, have been a revelation to scientists. Gunung Api is an active volcano that last erupted in 1988, covering the reefs in lava and destroying everything in their path. Miraculously though, the reefs have recovered faster than experts ever thought possible and the area is now home to some of the most impressive hard coral structures that you will find anywhere in the world. This site has a huge concentration of Banded & Olive Sea Snakes too. There is also superb diving elsewhere in the Banda Sea. The 5 small atolls of Lucipara are a turtle nesting ground and have excellent diving, with walls plunging down to over a kilometre. There are occasional sightings of Mola Molas, or Sunfish here. Just off the eastern coast of Seram island at the northern end of the Banda Sea is Koon Island. Despite strong currents and lower visibility, this site is a popular very Liveaboard stop. In addition to the profusion of fish life here, numerous sharks & even whales are known to cruise, including large Killer Whales.

Also in the north of the Banda Sea, Ambon is one of Asia’s finest muck-diving spots. In this large bay, you can find the endemic Ambon Scorpionfish, Halimeda Ghost Pipefish, Thorny Seahorses, Mandarinfish, Frogfish and many more fascinating critters for macro-lovers to search for. Just a short distance from Ambon, Nusa Laut has beautiful corals and excellent reef life - a tribute to the locals, who take great pride in their healthy reefs. The Banda Sea has a season that differs to many in Indonesian areas, with two short high seasons. The first is in March & April, the second from September to November. Outside these months, it is still possible to dive the area, but the sea can be very rough at times. Ambon is a little more protected and can be dived all year, with September through to May bringing the best conditions. the Banda Islands are a group of 10 volcanic islands, rising out of the deep Banda Sea in eastern Indonesia. Despite their remote location, they have a famous history as part of the Moluccas - otherwise known as the Spice Islands. Once upon a time, the Banda Islands were the world's only producers of nutmeg.

There is one dive operation in the Banda Islands, called Spice Island Divers, which are based on the main island of Banda Neira. They make daily trips to many of the local dive sites. Some sites are just a few minutes away, but others are quite a long journey. There is also superb shore diving under the jetty. The dive shop is partnered with Maluku Divers in Ambon to the north.

Reaching the Banda Islands is quite difficult. There is an small airport, but it is only connected with Ambon. The most popular route is to fly from Jakarta or Bali to Makassar in Sulawesi. From here, you can fly to Ambon and from Ambon, you can take a small, unreliable plane to the Banda Islands. Alternatively, once you have got to Ambon, you can catch the bi-weekly ferry and stay on the Banda Islands for 17 days before catching the same ferry back.
The dive shop is based in the island's one luxury hotel, Hotel Maulana, or More Gethouse, Mawar, (0910210830) Belgica Gethouse and oder on Banda Neira. There are also a few budget options on the island too, all of which are owned by Des Alwi, the island's charismatic father figure. There is no accommodation on any of the other Banda Islands. Do
Aside from the diving & snorkelling, relaxing and enjoying the wonderful views are about as active as the Banda Islands get. The snorkelling here is superb and will keep non-divers happy for hours. The resort also has some tennis courts for those feeling active.