Banta Island

Banta Island is surrounded by coral reefs. The island also has a Pink Beach, located in the sweeping horseshoe-shaped bay on the south-western end of the island. It’s much less frequently visited than the Pink Beach on Komodo Island, is bigger and in this writer’s opinion, prettier so it’s well worth a visit. Yet another delightful island, Banta abounds in natural beauty both above and below the water. Beautiful beaches, clear warm water perfect for swimming and snorkelling, some lovely, short easy treks across the island and beachside accommodation. Visit this Island once in your lifetime.

 

Banta Underwater:

For the individuals who have been making a plunge different zones of the recreation centre, the waters around Banta island are perceptibly colder with more grounded flows. The submerged mount is dependent upon flows of up to 3 bunches and the conditions can be very testing however the plenitude of untamed life makes this extraordinary compared to other jumping areas in the district. The plunges regularly include dropping down onto the seamount and attempting to avoid the ebb and flow however much as could be expected. The flows imply that the vast majority of the jumps here are at any rate mostly float plunges. The Banta zone is an incredible spot for sharks, flaunting white tip and blacktip reef sharks, nurture sharks and even hammerheads in more profound water. Sharks aren’t the main enormous fish either, there are different pelagics, for example, fish, sturgeon and barracuda encouraging in the flows. Full-scale sweethearts won’t be baffled in the corals and critters on the mount particularly when late evening plunging. The submerged bank is rich with coral and there are a lot of shrimps, nudibranch and frogfish living there. 

What to expect in Banta Island:

Explore the waters around this little island and are home to probably the most popular plunge destinations in the district. The submerged bank which on the Northside is home to some solid tiny fish rich flows which bring dynamite natural life. There is an incredible scope of jumping here, there is filth plunging with heaps of critters on the seamounts and in more profound water sharks and pelagic fish also. Various distinctive Banta liveaboard choices are accessible which offer to make a plunge Banta as a component of their schedules. Sitting toward the North West of Komodo Island near the edge of the Komodo National Park in the Lesser Sundra Islands. The island is volcanic with delightful slanting green slopes and clearing straights that make for some excellent perspectives. In spite of the fact that the island isn’t as of now remembered for the Komodo National Park, it is one of the proposed augmentations of the secured territory. The coral in the zone was seriously harmed by explosive angling during the ’90s however the hard and delicate corals have been recuperating as of late and the reefs are still loaded with life.

Komodo National Park:

The Komodo National Park envelops an aggregate of 29 volcanic islands (counting the 3 significant islands Rinca, Padar and Komodo) and is home to roughly 2,500 Komodo Dragons and other earthly fauna, for example, different types of reptiles, winged creatures, and well-evolved creatures. The recreation centre’s landscape is interestingly different, comprising of an uneven slope, tropical downpour backwoods, grass-forest savannah, and immaculate white sandy seashores that harbor rich marine biodiversity. The marine condition in the Komodo National Park is one of the world’s most extravagant in widely varied vegetation is still moderately unfamiliar. The 2,000 km2 park (which incorporates ensured land and water), is perceived as a worldwide preservation need territory and has a variety of regular attractions. 

The climate in Banta Island:

The Banta Island encounters practically zero precipitation for roughly 8 months of the year and is intensely affected by monsoonal downpours. Day by day temperatures during the dry season between May to October normal around 40. Because of this dry atmosphere, the land is harsh with stony slopes and plant species are restricted to grass, bushes, orchids, and trees. Conversely, the marine zone has a rich and vivid scene. The national park falls inside the Asia Pacific Coral Triangle and is loaded with an assortment of seagrass beds, brilliant coral reefs, and thick mangrove woodlands.

Hiking Up Bantar Island:

The amazingly delightful scene on Padar Island is top-notch. This island is the ideal spot for a grand climb and dynamite photographs. As you rise one of the numerous lush slopes, you will be cleared away by the encompassing dazzling green, white and blue tints. The vantage point from the tallest pinnacle will give you a dazzling perspective on four sickle moulded shining sea shores and a bounty of photographs to make your loved ones green with envy. A climb up the principle pinnacle of this mountain will around take 2 to 3 hours. Be arranged and bring agreeable shoes, dress, water, and sunscreen as the sun can get burning sweltering.