Palo Gulf, in the cluster of the Raja Ampat Islands, West Papua, serving exotic natural atmosphere. Tourists will be treated to views of the beach and the dazzling underwater, also saw a waterfall that flows directly into the sea.
The journey to the ‘Bay of Palo’ start ‘of Manuran Island’, which is still in the cluster of the Raja Ampat Islands.
Travel by boat to the Gulf Palo take 2-3 hours. Pretty far indeed. But a long journey plus a blazing sun that burns the skin, paid after arriving there. Views of sea-green shades of blue, white sandy beaches, as well as the surrounding forest is a perfect collaboration.
After enjoying panoramic views of the beach, time to explore Mano Gulf waters with snorkeling. The bay is located between two small islands, so the sea was not choppy. The coral reefs here are original and intact. From the edge of the sea, our eyes have been spoiled with views of beautiful reef. Unfortunately if you do not bring an underwater camera!
Tired of snorkeling, it is time molo (‘dive’ in the local language) to find fish. After catching fish, then burned, and eaten. Yum!
When you return to the island Manuran, you will be charmed by the waterfall coming from the hills, flows directly into the sea. Amazing, wonderful, and really beautiful!