Bengkulu City Tour & Snorkeling in Tikus Island

Bengkulu & Tikus Island Snorkeling Day Trip

Itinerary:

  • Pick up in your hotel 
  • 08:00-09:00: Gather in Tapak Paderi Port 
  • 09:00-09:30: Prepare the journey to Tikus Island
  • 09:30-10:00: Go to Tikus Island by speed boat for about 30 minutes 
  • 10:00-12:00: Snorkeling in Tikus Island  
  • 12.00-13:00: Lunch   
  • 13:00-15:00: Fishing
  • 15:00-16:00: Drinking coconut water  
  • 16:00-16:30: Returning to Bengkulu City  
  • 3 Hours Bengkulu City Tour
  • Transfer back to your hotel

Includes:

  • Bengkulu City Tour (Private)
  • Return hotel transfer
  • Shared Boat, snorkeling, snorkeling equipment, snorkeling operator, basic fishing equipment
  • Lunch box (Bengkulu Food)
  • Local Indonesian Guide (English Guide is available upon request: IDR 350,000 / day)
  • Insurance
  • Underwater photo

Terms & Conditions:

  • Price is subject to change during peak and high season without notice
Duration : 1 Day
Availability : Daily
Minimum : 2
Maximum : 5
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Per Person
IDR 795.000
TOTAL : IDR

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Bengkulu, Indonesia

About Bengkulu City Tour & Snorkeling in Tikus Island

Bengkulu has various tourism potentials. Nature, culture, history to culinary tourism can be found in this province which is also the name of city. One of the impressive scenery in Bengkulu is Tikus Island. Tikus Island (in English can also be called Rat Island) is located in the west of the city of Bengkulu and can be reached by boat charter. Just 30 minutes, you will arrive at this tiny island measuring 60 x 100 meters. Tikus Island has a natural and clean atmosphere. The small island that has a lot of coral is the ideal place for snorkeling or other water activities.

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"Fort Malborough"

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Reviewed 25 Dec 2016

"Historical Fort"

You can bring the children come to see this fort and learn the history. For the family with young children, need to pay attention more. Becausethe fort is high and have some stairs. The view from the...

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