Titled land composed of three different beachfront lots accompanied by a beautiful sandbar for calm swimming beach days. These Sucky Mama’s beach lots Rote Island sit right in front of one of the best swimming beaches of the area do to the extended sand bars right out front of the property.
This block is located on one of the best location in the saku namon area with top views of the world class right hunder “Saky’s” and next to the river bed, ensuring great views of the coast all the way to nembrala and nearby outer islands, epic sunsets. Right in front of one of the best swimming beaches of the area do to the extended sand bars right out front of the property. Lease hold land over a “hak milik” title Electricity and access available.
SN#1 (25 years lease) 3,585 m2 @ (not available for sale yet)
SN#1 (25 years lease) 3,530 m2 @ – $150,000
SN#1 (25 years lease) 3,945 m2 @ – $141,000
This block is located on one of the best locations in the saku namon area with top views of the world-class right hander “Saky’s” and next to the river bed, ensuring great views of the coast all the way to Nembrala and nearby outer islands, epic sunsets.
Felipe Pomar, former world champion surfer has surf camp in area. Offering tour in September, 2023. More details.
Have you heard of Rote Island? This tiny island paradise is a haven for nature lovers, surfers, divers and even fishing. If you love exploring, adventure and nature in all of its glory, then Rote Island is a definite must-visit. Read further to learn if you can fish in Rote.
Rote Island is Indonesia’s southernmost island, just 500 km away from Australia. It’s located just southeast of Flores and Sumba and southwest of Kupang, the capital city of West Timor in the Timor Sea. Relatively untouched and incredibly laid-back, Rote is home to palm fringed white sandy beaches, crystal clear water and amazing surf.
The water all around the island is home to a plethora of sea creatures, including a diverse collection of tropical fish, making it the ultimate destination for those who love bluewater fishing. Surf fishing – fishing from the shoreline – is also popular here in Rote amongst the locals.
You could watch them heading out towards their favourite fishing spots early in the morning to catch fresh, small fish for their breakfast. Anyone is welcomed to join – the locals here are friendly and welcoming – follow their lead and pay attention to where they set up their rods, which would usually be on the northern or southern end of Nemberala beach.