Fun Weekend Hiking Snorkeling Scuba Diving Tour @ Padang
Padang is the capital of the province of West Sumatra in Indonesia.
It is the largest city on the western coast of Sumatra. Before Indonesia's independence, Padang was one of the major cities in the Dutch East Indies. There lies a beautiful beach - Padang Beach.
Padang Beach or popularly known as Taplau (short for tapi lauik, Minang language which means waterfront) is a beach located in the city of Padang, West Sumatra, Indonesia. This beach is located in a dense urban area in the District of West Padang, and extends from Purus to Batang Arau estuary. The beach is approximately 23 km from Minangkabau International Airport or 30 minutes by car.
Spicy Nasi Padang food is the main local delicacy cuisines, which even the Generals there love to eat.
Travelled to Padang over the Weekends, for Hiking, Snorkeling, Scuba Diving and Sight Seeing.
Main Important Mission is to Spread Awareness about Climate Change, Global Warming, Eco, Marine and Wildlife Conservation to the Locals there. And to tell them to reduce carbon footprint, conserve preserve corals reefs, take care of marine life and reduce waste on the streets. Voted as one of the most cleanest city in West Sumatra Indonesia.
Padang is also the gateway to one of the world’s top surfing islands, the Mentawai islands. For nature lovers, Padang is also the starting point to explore inland such as the hills of Bukit Tinggi. The city itself hosts a number of points of interest such as the distinctive Minangkabau architecture and unrivalled cuisine making Padang a destination to be reckoned with.
As a dive destination, Padang is relatively undiscovered. After all, the Indian Ocean is a vast sea of diverse and thriving marine life. Hundreds of little uninhabited islands rocky outcrops scatter the Indian Ocean giving refuge to both pelagic & macro marine life.
Diving at Padang is truly an exploration dream. With its amazing visibility, there’s plenty to discover, from its vast underwater topography to its macro life not found anywhere else in the world. Add the visits from its resident dolphins and Whales, and you will struggle to find any place that’s quite like it.