Unspoiled Nature of Kambode Island in Southeast Sulawesi Province

There is a recommended vacation destination in Southeast Sulawesi Province. The name is Kamode Island. People also call it Kapota Island. The name changed since the reign of Dayanu Sultanate. The name derives from the distribution of regions in Kadie. There were about 72 regions back then. Travelers drop by in the island both to enjoy the nature and learn about the story of the island. Somehow, it is a good location to relax. The island is located near to Wakatobi, actually. Thus, tourists can conduct island hopping without hassles.

The Nuance
In terms of beauty, Kambode Island is considered stunning. It offers a flawless atmosphere and good sea views. In the beach, you may see calm and shallow water. It is covered by some trees and bushes, as well. The breezy wind makes it more comfortable. The color of the water is not quite clear, though. Many tourist spots are available on this island. You can explore them easily. When it comes to the traffic, the island is considered secluded. That means you won’t meet many people there.

Exploring Kambode Island
As mentioned before, you can find many natural attractions in Kapota/Kambode Island. The first adventure is in Kapota Cave. The locals also call it Dewata Cave. It is located in the south part of the island. The location is about 1 km from the pier. Once you get in the cave, you may find a beautiful lake. The rumor has it. The locals believe this lake became a favorite bath among the kings. Apart from the lake, you can also see stalagmite and stalactite.

The next thing to witness in Kambode Island is the ramified coconut tree. Why is it considered unique? Regular coconut trees are not ramified. However, this one appears contrariwise. This coconut tree is located about 400 meters from Dewata Cave. Thus, you can reach it easily. As an alternative, you can take advantage of the help, local people. They may help you to get around Kapota Island efficiently. In the past, the coconut tree has about 7 branches. Today, it remains only 4 of them.

Your next thing to do in Kambode Island is to visit Afoolio Beach. This stunning beach has clean and soft sand. Not to mention the shoreline is long. The most interesting feature of the beach is a particular stone, which has a unique shape. It appears like an 8. However, there are no holes on it. What’s next? The other attractions are Woru Beach, Tailaro Lake, and Bamboo Forest. All of them are worth a visit, for sure.

Nearby Attractions

  • Tae Laronto’oge Lake
  • Cave of Bats

How to Get There
In order to reach Kapota Island, you must reach several checkpoints first. From Kendari City, your first destination is Wangi-Wangi Island. It is located in Wakatobi Regency. Next, you can take a local boat to Kapota from Wanci Port. This voyage may take about 20 minutes. The breezy wind will accompany you along the way to Kambode Island. Once you get to the island, you can start your adventure exploring the islands.

Where to Stay

  • Wakatobi Resort

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