|White Sand Beach in Waigeo island|
After lunch we still stayed at the beach for half an hour to enjoy the beauty of the beach and its surrounding forest. When we were about to leave the beach, we saw some hornbills flying over the forest. When our boat reached the Cape Pamali the wave was quite big. Our boat driver skillfully drove the boat among the waves until we arrived at Warebar beach. Some children who were playing and swimming at the beach helped us push our boat to the shore. We landed safely. We walked to a house at the beach. It was a post for turtle conservation project. I said hello to the villagers who were in the house. I talked with them about turtles, plastic wastes that landed on the beach, and the ecotourism potentials which could be developed at the beach.
|Landing at Warebar beach|
|Release of baby turtles|
|Sunrise at Warebar beach - north-east region of Waigeo island|
Nesting season of leatherback turtle
Watching Birds and Sea Turle in Waigeo Island
A Visit to North East Region of Waigeo Island