Helloindonesia.id – Nirwana, a word that comes from the Malay language means heaven. Then is it too much if there is a place called Nirvana? Does not seem. Try coming directly to a place called Nirwana Beach in Sula Village, Betoambari, Bau-Bau, Buton, Southeast Sulawesi. On this beach, you can enjoy views that make your eyes don’t want to close. Nirwana Beach, is a white sand beach that is in stark contrast to the clear blue sea water. The waves on this beach are very calm, almost no coral. So that visitors can freely play in the water, sunbathe, or burn fish and corn in front of the huts that can be rented here.
The distance of Nirwana Beach from Bau-Bau City is quite close, only about 9 km. For those who do not bring a vehicle, you can take public transportation by paying only 5 thousand rupiah. But if you want a fun adventure, you can also enjoy the view from Bau-Bau City by walking to Nirwana Beach. By taking the route towards the hills of Bau-Bau City, you will see views of the beaches of Buton Island and Muna Island with their white sand.
In addition to enjoying the view on the sea surface, at Nirwana Beach you can also enjoy the underwater scenery. By diving, you can see beautiful views of coral reefs. For residents of Bau-Bau City, Nirwana Beach is not only a recreational location. There are some residents who use Nirwana Beach as a therapeutic activity to treat several types of diseases such as asthma and respiratory disorders. This is only done by soaking in the freshness of beach sea water. Although not many people know the truth of this theory, those who have tried it believe that it is indeed efficacious.
On this beach, there are tire rental services for swimming as well as complete diving equipment rental services. Visitors can also use the Gode-Gode facility, which is a kind of hut that can be used to rest and unwind. Several food stalls and restaurants can also be found around the beach area, as well as lodging places. There are many accommodations available around this area with varying prices.
Around Nirwana Beach there is a seaweed farming area managed by local fishermen, and there is also a view of small islands floating on the sea, namely Kadatua Island and Siompu Island. Not far from the location of Nirwana Beach there is also a cave with a brackish water bath that extends about 50 meters, people call it Moko Cave.
To be able to enjoy the beauty of the beach which is indeed very suitable to be called Nirwana Beach, visitors only need to pay a levy of 2000 rupiah per person. This fee is separate from the cost of renting tires, gode-godes, and diving equipment. If you stop by here, don’t miss the sunset or sunrise. Also prepare a camera to capture the beauty of this Nirwana Beach.