Awera Island in Mentawai District, West Sumatra Province
Tourists have different reasons in visiting a beautiful tourist destination in Indonesia called the Mentawai Islands. Mostly, they are looking for a good spot for surfing and learn the local culture. The others come to Mentawai to take advantage of its pristine nature and enjoy a peaceful vacation, as well. For those who look for an unspoiled spot to spend a holiday, the best choice would be Awera Island. It is a tropical and unspoiled island surrounded by beautiful beaches and waves. No wonder, many people visit it to enjoy a honeymoon and relaxing break.
When it comes to the nuance, Awera Island is quite peaceful and soothing. It features amazing beaches with its mesmerizing white sand and calm waves. Dense coconut trees and other plants are also seen there. The sea water looks clean and luring, which explains why tourists won’t miss the chance to enjoy swimming and snorkeling. The fact is not many people are seen there. It is because the island is not as crowded as Sipora so it becomes a perfect place to relax and get away from busy routines.
Exploring Awera Island
The first thing to do in Awera Island is to visit the beaches. Many things can be done like swimming, beach walking, sunbathing, relaxing, and much more. Those who love photography should take advantage of the nuance and take some good pictures around the island. The only issue is that they won’t find many facilities in Awera. This is why tourists should have prepared everything before visiting the island, including snacks and some money for transportation. Have no worries. A resort is available for them to rent.
After getting around the island and visit its beaches, tourists should try delicious foods provided by the resort or inns. One thing, the price is a little bit costly so they must have prepared more money beforehand. In the afternoon, the most recommended thing to do is fishing and playing sand with kids. On top of that, a stunning sunset can be seen on the beach. This is going to be an amazing experience for everyone, for sure. For honeymooners, Awera Island offers a romantic ambiance and unforgettable experiences!
It feels like a private island. Having a vacation in Awera Island is worth the money and effort. No disturbance exists so tourists can find peace there. Both nature and resorts’ services are indeed excellent, which explain why no one gets disappointed in spending a holiday there. As for the tip, it is better to carry much money to rent a resort room, buy good foods, and rent a reliable transportation service. Later, tourists can visit neighboring islands like Siberut and Pagai.
- Tua Pejat City
- Siberut Island
- Pagai Island
How to Get There
In order to reach Awera Island, it takes only about 10 minutes from Tua Pejat City in Sipora Island. Tourists can ride a local boat to reach the island, actually. For those coming from Padang, they should head to Sipora from either Muara or Bungus Port first. This explains why carrying lots of money would be quite helpful.
Where to Stay
- Oinan Guesthouse
- Billou Beach Villa
- Uma Awera
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