Pulau Weh Island (aka Sabang) is an active volcanic island in Andaman Sea. It is located to the northwest of Sumatra (mainland Indonesia), approx 45 min by fast ship (2 hours via ferries from mainland, Banda Aceh).
- Sabang is also named island's largest city. Weh is famous for its ecosystem. Indonesian government declared 60 km2 (23 ml2) of land and sea around Pulau Weh as protectied area.
- Scientists discovered a rare megamouth shark species on shore. The island is world's only habitat for a threatened toad (Duttaphrynus valhallae). Coral reefs around the island are popular for scuba diving and snorkeling.
- Pulau Weh is small and some beaches are visited in one day only via rental vehicles, as there is no public transport here. Anoi Itam is a black sand beach, approx 30-min drive from Port Balohan (Sabang). Anoi Itam Resort is also popular among tourists for its beautiful scenery.
- Gapang Beach is approx 27 km (17 ml) from Sabang and offers modest accommodations, food stalls and dive resort. Iboih Beach (5 km / 3 ml from Gapang) is the largest on Weh Island, cheaper than Gapang Beach, and has view to Rubiah Island (directly offshore).
Pulau Weh Island cruise terminal
Cruise ships to Palau Weh Island Indonesia dock (anchor) at Sabang - port city on the northern coast.
Port Pulau Weh Island cruise ship schedule shows timetable calendars of all arrival and departure dates by month. The port's schedule lists all ships (in links) with cruises going to or leaving from Pulau Weh Island, Sabang, Indonesia. To see the full itineraries (ports of call dates and arrival / departure times) and their lowest rates – just follow the corresponding ship-link.
|22 November, 2018|
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