Tanjung Karang Beach
As seen on the name of this place, Tanjung Karang Beach is refer to the rich line up of coral reefs. Tanjung Karang is located in the bay of Palu, and administratively part of Donggala city. Pantai Tanjung Karang becomes one of favorite destination for Palu residents.
Tanjung Karang is about 40 kilo meters from the center of Palu, with paving road of Trans Sulawesi will seamlessly facilitate the tourists to get to the area easily. Tanjung Karang is very beautiful to be enjoyed at night because the multicolored lights that twinkling in the distance, in addition to light of a lighthouse that built by the Department of Transportation in the corner of the headland.
Tanjung Karang is not suitable for surfing because it has a calm and friendly waves and white sandy beach for leisure and relaxing the mind. Those who love diving and snorkeling, this area is very suitable because the water is very clear and it known to be rich in coral reefs. In addition, tourists can enjoy the open views across the bay of Palu and Makassar Strait with the flurry of boats that coming in and out of Pantoloan harbor and fishing boats Palu bay.
Airport in Tanjung Karang is also involves atoll in the center of the sea, the beach area is directly opposite the Makassar Strait waters at a distance for about 11 kilometers. That coral Island will appear in the middle of the ocean around 16:00 that last up to several hours.
Doing snorkeling will be so much fun at this place and if you do not bring your own equipment, you can rent for Rp 10,000. You can enjoy the coral reefs which is only about one kilometer from the beach.
Here also provides scuba diving or boat that designed specifically to see the beautiful coral reefs for Rp. 50,000 per group. The route of the boat covering Anchor Reef, Natural Reef, Green Wall, Irmis Block, Alex Point and Rocky Point within 500 meters.
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