World Wide Travel Guide: Vacation to Padamarang Island

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Vacation to Padamarang Island

If you want to travelling to places with beautiful beach in a tropical weather. Then you must consider to visit Padamarang island. With the width of Padamarang island is ± 36.000 ha, Padamarang island is a beautiful places to spend your holiday.

Padamarang island have fringing reef along the sea that surround the island. The sea around Padamarang island have depth about 60 meters. Almost all beach and sea shore at Padamarang island have a beautiful beach with white sand especially beach who near/in front of open sea.

According to Schmidt & fergusson, Padamarang island have type A climate, with rainfall about 2.000 mm/yr and the amount of rainy day is 125 days/yr with rain intensity is about 36,5%. Maximum temperature at Padamarang island is between 30°-32° C and minimum temperature is between 18°-24° C. Rainy season is happend between October-March and summer is between April-september.

Padamarang island is a rich island, its have 16 species of coral reef, 13 species of coral fish, 17 species of fish that could be eaten, 14 species of mollusca, and 8 kind of algae.

Coral Reef, in general the kind of coral that dominate in Padamarang sea is Acropora spp and also Porites spp. Some of the corals who live in Padamarang sea is protected by CITES, corals like Seriatipora spp, Pocil/Opora app, Stylopora spp, Acropora spp, Pavona spp, Fungia sp, and also Heliopora sp.

Corals fish, many beautiful coral fish could be found around the Padamarang sea. The fish from species like Abudefduf sp, Acanthurus sp, Amphiprion sebal, Chaetodon spp, Chaetodonplus sp, Centropyge sp, Drephane sp, Labroides sp, Lethrinus spp, Pomachantus sp, Zebrasoma sp, etc. while fish that could be eaten is cakalang (Scomberomorus sp.), tuna (Tuna salbatoru), tongkol (Karsuwonus sp.), layang (Decapterus sp.), bambangan (Lutjanus sp.), kuwe (Caranx sp.), selar (Selar sp.), belanak (Mugil sp.), ekor kuning (Caesio sp.), lemuru (Sardinella sp.), manyung (Tachysurus sp.), lencam (Lethrinus sp.), kakap (Lates sp.), cumi-cumi (Eutherynus sp.), gurita (Octopus sp.) and also jelly fish (Rhopilana sp.).


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