Peto Lake & Snake – Necked Turtle (Chelodina Longicollis)

The Rote Island Snake – necked turtle (Chelodina Longicollis) also commonly known as McCord’s snake necked turtle is a critically endangered turtle species. Lives in Peto Lake, an area of only 70 km in the...

Mulut Seribu (Thousand Mouth)

Mulut Seribu or Thousand Mouth is a bay with a unique shape resembles maze with small island surround it and winding pathway. It  is located in district East Rote. You can do diving, snorkling...

Lutu Babatu Beach

Also called as “Virgin Beach” which located in Western Rote. Called “virgin beach” because the location is in the small village named Tolama and not many visitors come, make it so quiet, clean and...

Leli Beach

Around 8 km from capital city of Ba’a, there are two  big rocks  in the area of Leli beach named Batu Suelai and the other big rock is Batu Hun around the water. When the...

Oesoseli Beach

Is located in Eastern Rote, 60 Km from capital city of Ba’a. White sandy beach, clean and quiet. This is your “private beach” !!!

Bo’a Beach

32 km from Ba'a and 8 km km from Nemberala beach, Bo'a Beach has a spectacular white sandy beach and good surf. It is possible to charter a motorcycle to Boa from Nemberala. This...

Nemberala Beach

Nemberala beach is located about 25 km from Ba’a, capital city of Rote Ndao Regency. According to Lonely Planet, Nemberala beach is a surfer’s secret for many years, is a relaxed little coastal village...

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