Maitara Island, Tidore

Explore The Beautiful Island Of Tidore

Tidore is a must visit for those travellers that find themselves in Ternate. Located just across the sea from Ternate and accessed by speedboat, Tidore can offer the visitor an insight into the once fierce rivalry that stood between the two Islands. The ancient rivalry dates back to when the Portuguese landed on Ternate in[…]

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The town of Ternate, North Maluku

The Town Of Ternate, North Maluku

Ternate is the capital city of northern Maluku and a volcanic island. Don’t imagine pristine white sandy beaches will meet you as the island is volcanic and the sand is black at its best. Ternate does however have many things to offer the traveller so don’t be deterred, as the rich culture and heritage of[…]

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The Halmahera island

Spice Islands Hopping

Island Hopping around the Spice Islands can feel more like a continental adventure rather than small idyllic islands. This is pertly due to the size if some of the islands we mention here. There are organized cruises that will sail you through some of the most picturesque scenery you will ever witness and there is[…]

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Halmahera Tourism

Halmahera, The Wonderful Of Spice Islands

Halmahera is by far the largest island in all of the Spice Islands, and its northern point the most northern in the archipelago. The island is scattered with an array of unique birdlife, volcanoes, gorgeous beaches and very rich culture and makes a visit here worthwhile and rewarding. Getting to Halmahera isn’t as difficult as[…]

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Ambonese Dance

Maluku, The Moluccas Or The Spice Islands

Maluku – The Moluccas – Jazirat al-Muluk – The Island of the Kings – The Spice Islands – the names themselves invoke a sense of adventure, of mystery, and hint of something to be discovered, stirring that yearning which lives deep within all of us who travel and demands to be fed. When you arrive in Maluku,[…]

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Indonesian Cruises, Ombak Putih

Indonesian Cruises

Indonesia is an archipelago consisting of more than 13,000 islands. And the nature of Indonesia has a good potential for marine tourism. Although, there are not many, but there have been several Indonesian cruises which will provide a wonderful experience for you. More often wade in the Nusa Tenggara / Lesser Sunda Islands. Lesser Sunda[…]

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Weda Bay, Halmahera island

Dive The Underwater Sea Gardens, Weda Bay

The little known underwater sea gardens of Weda Bay in Halmahera, in the province of North Maluku, recently emerged into world’s media limelight when the rare Walking Shark (hemisayllium halmahera) was discovered in this remote area. Located in Central Halmahera in the subdistrict of Weda Tengah, Weda Bay offers divers amazing sights in these pristine aquamarine waters. Here are[…]

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The Tolire Lake, Ternate

A Brilliantly Blue Volcanic Lake, Tolire Lake

A brilliantly blue volcanic lake, Tolire Lake is set in a crater at the foot of Mount Gamalama, on the island of Ternate, North Maluku Province. The Lake is comprised of two lakes, roughly 200 meters apart: Tolire Lamo, The Greater Tolire Lake, and Tolire Ici, the Small Tolire. The Great Lake is almost perfectly round, somewhat resembling a giant pan. Its mystical[…]

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The Ngurbloat Beach, Maluku

The Exotic Ngurbloat Beach in Maluku

Picture yourself on an exotic beach surrounded by enchanting natural splendors with nothing but vast stretches of white sands as soft as flour underneath you. No, this is not some imaginary beach on a fantasy land; this is what awaits at Ngurbloat Beach at the  Ngilngof Village, Southeast Maluku Regency, on Kei Island, in the province of Maluku. Ngurbloat Beach is also known by[…]

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The Ora beach, Seram island

Ora Beach : The Hidden Beauty Of Seram Island

As the country with the second longest coastline in the world, Indonesia is home to countless beautiful beaches, and has won numerous awards for such. One of these beaches is Ora Beach, carefully hidden away on the North Coast of Seram Island. An exotic and extremely remote destination, Ora beach is perfect for Eco-travellers and honeymooners alike. A[…]

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The Pelicans, Ngurtafur beach

Ngurtafur’s White Sand Beach in The Kei Archipelago

Filled with charm and a sense of magic, from the beauty of the blue sky, to the endless stretches of sea and sand. Historically recognized as the legendary Spice Islands, the enchanting Maluku Province is home to much more than just mace and nutmeg. Here in Southeast Maluku, on the tiny Warbal Island in the Kei island chain, lies a[…]

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The view from the top of Gunung Api Banda

Pulau Gunung Api Banda, The Volcanic Island

Pulau Gunung Api Banda is one of ten volcanic islands in the Banda archipelago, and as you may have suspected by the name of the island, Gunung Api Banda – meaning fiery mountain – is made up entirely of a volcano. This small island chain was part of the fabled “Spice Islands” during the time of Portuguese[…]

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The Pombo island, Maluku

Pombo Island, The Charming Little Island in Maluku

Pombo Island is one of over a thousand islands in the Maluku Province, East Indonesia, about 5 kilometers from Ambon, the capital city of Maluku. Pombo is a small, uninhabited little island surrounded completely by a rocky, coral atoll, which is a circular shaped reef. This charming little island spans only about 2 hectares, yet presents amazing underwater[…]

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Morotai island

The Island Of Morotai

Locals who still remember World War II would tell visitors that back in 1944-145. Morotai was a hive of military activities with tens of sorties roaring daily from aircrafts taking off and landing at airstrips along Daruba Bay, endless stamping of thousands of military boots marching across the island, and navy ships anchoring daily carrying[…]

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Saumlaki, Maluku

Saumlaki, The Largest Town in The Tanimbars

Somewhere in the eastern waters of Indonesia, between the Aru and Kei Islands to the east, and Timor Island to the west, are strings of islands with light blue outlines, known as the Tanimbar Islands or the Tanimbars. These islands are composed of 65 small islands which form part of the province of Maluku (Moluccas). Some of the named ones are Fordate, Larat, Molu, Maru,[…]

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