It is through the airports of Ambon and Ternate islands that you enter in this archipelago where Muslims and Christians live in peace, in the respect of tradition and nature
The Moluccas archipelago has managed to preserve the assets of its exceptional fauna and flora! A real reward for the one who came all this way to get here! You will blown you away with its beautiful deserted beaches, the Kei Islands in the South are certainly the most beautiful of Indonesia! The beaches are borded by coconut, guava and mango trees that make your walks and swims quite tropical true moments of relaxation!
Still unknown from tourists, the Moluccas, live with Nature and respect it. Indeed, here there’s no fishing with dynamite or poison unlike its neighboring islands, making it as so pure paradise of underwater life. Everything is preserved! The fauna and flora are the wealth of the Moluccas and the people have fully understood that! The fishing is, as you might expect, always very successful.
The Banda Sea offers to divers its breathtaking underwater wonders such as coral gardens and thousands of fish species including the long-awaited hammerhead sharks who like to get lost in the period of mid-season in November and April. Wave lovers, surfing spots are perfect! For beginners to advanced surfers, the period from December to February is the best to discover these ancient sites of Morotai and Halmahera (North Maluku).
Also known as the “Islands of the Spices”, the Moluccas are major distributors of nutmeg, cloves, vanilla and pepper, among others … Your sense of smell will be amazed!