Pantai Naga is one Flores Island’s many hidden beaches that are both breathtakingly beautiful and secluded.
The other big beaches in Indonesia may scream “swim, surf, and sun!” to its patrons, but the little beach named Pantai Naga is a bit different — its inviting waters and relaxing location call tourists to relax. Enjoy a peaceful day under the beach’s big, coconut trees sipping fresh juice and eating sumptuous seafood delicacies sold by the local vendors. Take a leisurely walk along Pantai Naga’s long stretch of pearly white sands, shoot unlimited photos of the panoramic scenery, or give in to its tempting, blue-green waters perfect for swimming.
Pantai Naga is located in East Nusa Tenggara, 5 kilometres away from Pantai Koka.
Opening Days and Hours
The beach can be accessed anytime.
Entry Fee and Bookings
Entrance to the beach is free.
How to Get There
- Fly from Denpasar to Maumere via Garuda International or Wings Abadi Airlines.
- From Maumere, hire a private car to Pantai Naga.
- Backpackers/solo travelers
- Group of friends
- Families with kids
Time to Spend
You can spend a total of 3 to 5 hours in the area.
Popularity and Best Time to Go
Best time to visit Pantai Naga is early in the morning so you can enjoy your stay without worrying about the trip back to the town center. Schedule your trip from April to September, Indonesia’s summer months.
Like Pantai Koka, food options in Pantai Naga is limited except for those provided by local vendors scattered around the beach area. Tourists are highly encouraged to bring their own food.
- Komodo Dragon Park
- Pantai Koka
Hotels and Inns located around 30-kilometres from Pantai Naga includes Sylvia Hotel, Capa Resort, Coconut Garden Beach Resort, and Sea World Club Resort. They offer accommodations at rates ranging from USD 30 to USD 50.