Olobi Beach in Misool Island, Raja Ampat Regency
Many options of natural tourism are available in Raja Ampat Regency, including beaches and islands. In Misool, one of the best islands in Raja Ampat, there is a secluded beach called Olobi. Despite its desolated location, it becomes tourists’ favorite place for relaxation. Some of them come to the beach to do photography and swimming, in fact. Regardless of the reason, Olobi should be on the list for those who are spending a holiday in Misool Island. It is one of the best beaches of the island, after all.
The calm waves of the sea and warm weather combine into a spending vacation spot. These are the prime features of Olobi Beach. The shoreline’s size is not quite wide, though. Not to mention it features a high hill in the back. Some parts of the hill are covered by bushes and small trees, too. This explains why Olobi is a little bit difficult to reach. Despite the fact, tourists won’t regret coming to the location, as the water is flawless! With such unspoiled nature, they can relax and enjoy swimming in comfort.
Exploring Olobi Beach
Visitors have many fun things to do in Olobi Beach that they should try. For example, there is swimming. Due to the calm waves, the beach is suitable for everyone. Even kids can spend good times there. That doesn’t mean parents can let their children go to the sea without any supervision! Some parts of the beach are deep, so the guidance of parents is needed for kids to explore it. Apart from the calm waves, the beach also provides warm water. It feels comfortable to the skin, especially during summer.
The next fun thing to do is to explore the hill. It is like a giant coral reef, which separates the land from the seashore. It is indeed climbable, especially for professionals. Those with proper equipment or tools can conquer such cliff, for sure. The thing is regular people are not recommended to do it. As an alternative, they can do photography. Taking some pictures in front of the hill is a good idea. The sea scenery is also worth a photo shoot, in fact.
The clarity of the water is superb! No wonder, most tourists are likely to dive in and witness numerous fishes and corals underwater. They even take a waterproof camera with them. For those lacking diving skills, there is an alternative, which snorkeling. Still, they must have prepared the gear beforehand. As for information, there are some rental services in Sorong City. The prices vary, though.
- Raja Island
- Batanta Island
- Salawati Island
How to Get There
The beach is situated in Misool Island, but tourists need to head to Sorong City first. From Jakarta, they must take an airport and head to Domine Eduard Osok Airport. That’s the first checkpoint. Next, they can ride a speedboat from Sorong Port to Misool Island. With this simple route, everyone is able to reach Olobi without hassles. What they need are good transportation services and enough money.
Where to Stay
- Amaris Hotel
- Papua Paradise Eco Resort
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