Taipa Beach


Taipa Beach is located just 20km north of Palu city. From Palu Mutiara Airport to reach the area is only takes 30 minutes’ drive. Taipa has white sand along the shore and clear sea water. To enjoy this beach we can pay the entrance fee for about Rp 5,000.

Taipa Beach offers the beauty and charming underwater; tourists can do snoorkeling or diving to explore the beautiful coral reefs and colorful fish can already be seen only 50 meters from the beach. For diving enthusiasts, the region is also has interesting spots to enjoy, this beach is also a great base from which to unwind and relax.

In addition, travelers will also be pampered by the beautiful views of Mount Gawalise which can be seen from a distance. The fertile nature with verdant trees seemed to form a gradation of colors within the bluish sky and the sparkling blue of the ocean at Taipa.

Some of supporting facilities that been already built and operated are cottages and pool. When you want to stay at this place, spending Rp 500,000 per night will be worth to have; if you want to have affordable cost, then you can spend the night in the gazebo or pavilion that provided by the manager for about Rp 100,000 per night. To get to Taipa Beach from the airport we can take a taxi, public transportation or motorcycle, with rates that are quite affordable.


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