|Marine Life in Teluk Wondama Regency|
The coral reef is a great site for snorkeling, freediving, and even scuba diving. Parrotfish, wrasse, moorish idol, pipefish, anemonefish, butterflyfish, grouper, damselfish, and a lot more. Sea star, urchin, and christmas tree worms can also be seen there.
|White Christmas Tree Worm|
Visitors who want to enjoy snorkeling at this beach need to bring their own gear such as snorkeling mask, snorkel and swim fins. A small underwater camera such as Nikon W300, or GoPro will be useful for taking underwater photographs and videos.
For accommodation, and other supporting facilities, please, see this page: Where to stay and What to Eat.
The secretariat of the tourist guide association of Teluk Wondama regency (DPC HPI Teluk Wondama) is also located at the Ketapang Lima Beach. Charles Roring-DPD HPI-PB
Also read: How to get to Rasiei town.