Unlike most beaches in Ambon which has white sand, the sand on Namalatu beach is filled with clean white crushed coral rocks. The sea waves are tending to be quiet with clear water that graded with light bluish water. On this Beach, you can do fishing, swimming, snorkeling, and diving. The underwater at Namalatu Beach is a home to a variety of different types of coral reefs and beautiful fishes. The Namalatu beach is located in Negeri Latulahat, district Nusaniwe, Ambon, about 15 km from the city of Ambon. From downtown Ambon, you can just ride public transportation to the location.
This location is very suitable to be developed as diving spot. The sea conditions and underwater panorama is very supportive to be the location of diving. Moreover, it supported with rocks that extends like a plank that covers the edge of the beach The waves that typically big is suitable for surfing. It also filled with beautiful marine park that becomes one of the most favorite things that highly favored by tourists.
Furthermore, there are some inns for us to stay longer around the beach and enjoy the nuance. One more interesting, besides coral reefs are still preserved and flat topography of the bottom waters of the sea, there are marine animals that can be found here.
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