Ohoidertawun Beach is a hidden, untouched gem located in Kei Kecil island of the Kei archipelago in south Maluku regency, Indonesia. Ohoidertawun beach offers more than just picturesque white sands stretching to the Kei horizon. The mysterious caves located on its coastal cliffs are decorated with ancient wall scribbles and remains of human skeletons, adding a lot to the unique aura of Ohoidertawun beach.
Although unheard of most foreigners, local Maluku people praise Ohoidertawun beach as a mysterious virgin beach. The white sand here is remarkably powder-soft. It feels like walking on flour, rivaling Ngurbloat Beach (chosen by National Geographic as having the softest-sands in Asia). Aside from the stunning sand, the low tide of the Ohoidertawun beach is loved by many. The water is so crystal clear that you can see vibrant marine life with the naked eye. So jump right in to find beautiful seaweeds and cute tropical fishes that are inhabitants to this island.
The next thing you can do is explore the eastern part of the coast, coral reef thrives, and exotic cave paintings made by the Pubakala people. Holding historical value, mysterious auras that add into the beauty of this island (it also reveals evidence that ancient people lived in caves near Ohoidertawun beach).