Rii Taa Isle, A White Sand Island
Experience a true silver-screen moment the next time you’re in Flores and head on out to Rii Taa Isle located in the Nagakeo District. Just like in the movies, Rii Taa Isle is actually just a stretch of white sand measuring at only 15 metres wide. There is absolutely nothing else here on this stretch of sand save for a family of seagulls resting on a line of white that separates the cerulean blue of the sky with the turquoise blue of the sea.
Here at Rii Taa Isle, nothing will stand in between you and nature. When you get there, stay for a moment and just take it all in. Here, you’ll find the sound of silence at its loudest, accompanied by the sound of water against the wooden boat, waves rolling onto the shore of Rii Taa Isle and the cries of the seagulls permeating around you. This is the ultimate location for the most sought-after Instagram shot!
Before you leave Rii Taa isle, put on your snorkelling gear and dive underneath the surface – you’ll find a lively underwater world right beneath you!
– Rii Taa Isle is just 13km away from Mbay
– It is best to go there with private transportation
– Charter a traditional boat from a local at the port of Marapokot to get to Rii Taa Isle
Article Source and Photo Credits: http://florestourism.com/
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