Tour Viewers , Photograph by Andika Nusanta Utama
Morotai is an island in the Halmahera’s group of eastern Indonesia’s Maluku Islands. It is one of Indonesia’s northernmost islands. Morotai is a rugged, forested island lying to the north of Halmahera. It has an area covering 1,800 square kilometers (690 sq mi), stretching 80 kilometers (50 mi) north-south and no more than 42 kilometers (26 mi) wide.
The regency’s largest town is Daruba, on the island’s south coast. Almost all of Morotai’s numerous villages are coastal settlements; a paved road linking those on the east coast starts from Daruba and will eventually reach Berebere, the principal town on Morotai’s east coast, 68 kilometers (42 mi) from Daruba.
Asked about their experiences, visitors who have visited the island said that beaches are clean and worth visiting during low tide. There are long white sandy beaches connecting the two nearby islands. Visiting during low tide is the best time or when the full moon is there at night as it is the time to relax .
During low tide is also the time for those seeking outdoor activities such as going to the beach with banana boats & jetski available to rent. It is a beautiful island with fine sand beaches around the island. It is very popular among foreign and local tourists.
(Tour Viewers, White Sandy Beach)
(Tour Viewers: Best Time During Low Tide)