Our hotel is conveniently located across the Segah River, 20 minutes drive from the Kalimarau Airport.

Distance from airport: 8 km | Drive time: 20 minutes



    The Derawan Islands are an archipelago which located in Berau Regency, East Kalimantan. There are several charming marine tourism objects in this archipelago such as Underwater Park that attracts foreign tourists, especially world class divers. The Derawan Islands are home to several large coastal ecosystems and small islands, including coral reefs, seagrasses and mangrove forests. Furthermore, there are numerous protected species in the Derawan Islands such as green turtles, scaly turtles, whales, dolphins, clams, coconut crabs, barracuda fish and many other species.

    How to get there :

    1. 2 hours drive to Tanjung Batu harbor and then 45 minutes by speed boat to Derawan Islands.
    2. It takes 90 minutes if you directly use a speed boat from Berau Harbor (Sanggam Tourism Pier).


    Maratua Island is the most outer island of Indonesia, which is located in the Sulawesi Sea and bordered by Malaysia. Geographically Maratua Island is a part area of Berau Regency, East Kalimantan. This small long and curved island is located in the south of Tarakan City. On this island you can find Haji Buang Lake and Tanah Bamban Lake. Maratua Island has extraordinary natural underwater beauty. Divers will find heaven on this island, and this island has a beautiful view like islands in Maldives.

    How to get there :

    1. 10 minutes drive to Berau Harbor (Sanggam Tourism Pier) from hotel and then 3 hours by speed boat to Maratua.


    Sangalaki Island has about 15.9 hectares area which is located in the Derawan Islands, Berau Regency, East Kalimantan. With a flat coastal plain, the island has a shallow lagoon with sand grounded and overgrown with coral and seagrass. There is a famous marine park around these waters for diving tours and various kinds of marine life live here, and the most famous one are the manta rays. Manta rays are usually flock in the waters of this island and gather up to 20 rays on a bright moon. They head to this island to find food such as planktons that are widely found in these waters.

    How to get there :

    1. 2 hours drive to Tanjung Batu harbor and then 60 minutes by speed boat to Sangalaki Island.