The most beautiful deserts you must visit in Indonesia - 2

Oetune Beach

The desert at Oetune beach presents a view of the golden sea at sunrise and you can see a white sandy beach that overlooks the border of Australia.

Its is an attractive view for most of the tourist.

Location: Tuafanu, Kualin, South Timor, Tengah Regency, East Nusa Tenggara


Gumuk Pasir Sumalu

The desert is indeed solid and at first glance, is is similar to the hills which are arranged in a row. Gumuk Pasir Sumalu looks amazing in the afternoon, which is why it is often used as a location for photoshoots. Gumuk Pasir Sumalu is surrounded by green hills add to its beauty.

Location: Rantebua Sumalu, rantebua North Toraja Regency, South Sulawesi.


Pasir Berbisik

Pasir Berbisik is a vast sandy area located near to the crater of Bromo Mountain. What’s the meaning of the name? Pasir means “sand” and Berbisik means “whispering”, the whispering comes from the sound of the wind that blows on the surface of the sand. Such friction creates a unique sound, which is similar to a person’s whisper.

Locaton: Timur Kawah Gunung Bromo, East java


Gumuk Pasir Parangkusumo

Gumuk pasir parangkusumo has a barchan type. This is special because crescent-shaped barchan sand dunes are found in Indonesia, which has a wet tropical climate. One of the fun things you can do here is sandboarding while enjoying the beatutiful and unusual views of the dunes.

Location: Bantul, Yogyakarta, Indonesia

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