Tucked away in remote South-East Maluku, the Kei Islands are famous for having the very finest unspoilt white-sand beaches in all Indonesia. There is limited accomodation on Pasir Panjang on the island Kei Kecil, the best of these beaches. You can stay in small comfortable beachcottages built by the locals.They also can provide you with (warm) meals and fresh water. You also can hire a boat to visit the many small pittoresk islands or to go fishing or diving. More and more people visit the Kei islands for surfing, windsurfing or kite-surfing or diving. The regional capital Tual is well connected by boat or by plane to the rest of Indonesia via Ambon, but has no attractions apart from its better facilities.
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