The Exotic Cubadak Island

Cubadak Island
Cubadak area, at the beginning was the vast crater for about 40 km square. The island is uninhabited, but there is only fisherman’s house as a haven when benighted at sea, and it covered with dense forest. There are also a number of birds and wild animals such as monkeys, deer and pigs live here. Cubadak is one of dozens of small islands in the off coast in West Sumatra.

Cubadak island, whose name has popularly worldwide and becomes an icon of South Coastal District has an area of ??5749 square km and it’s located at 0-1000 meters above sea level. With the position extends from north to south in the western part of West Sumatra, which has 218 km coastal length of the beach does have potential in tourism. Cubadak is a paradise for divers and the seafloor surrounding the island is covered with coral-reefs, which are beautiful and colorful.

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