The longest reef in Komodo
Taka Makassar is a tiny island in Komodo National Park. It has a peculiar shape of a drop, with white sand mixed with pink sand. This perfect sandbar, with a size smaller than a football field, has clear blue waters. It only comes up during the time when the seawater is receding. Meanwhile, when the sea level rises, it will submerge underwater. This island is located very close to Manta Point, the favorite place for Manta Rays to gather, with shallow water area but a very strong current. The famous Taka Makassar is known as the longest reef in the Komodo National Park.