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Pulau Maopara (Maopora) is one of the Barat Daya (‘South-West’) Islands in the Banda Sea, in Maluku Province in eastern Indonesia. Within the Bara Daya Islands is the Terselatan Islands District that includes Maopora, Telland and Romang islands. Maopora is elongated 8 km north to south, with its highest point at 277 m on the island’s N-S ridge. Maopora Island is just 90 km NNE of Timor-Leste. Because it is a volcanic island its terrain is hilly, making it favourable for hiking to see its lush vegetation and diverse fauna. Non-hikers can rest on the beach and wait for a glorious sunset across the Banda Sea.

The island’s attraction is beneath its surrounding waters. Perhaps anchor along the deserted western shore fronting a long white beach. Snorkelers will find an incredible variety of fish and coral gardens, cuttle fish and their eggs, silver tipped reef sharks, and the list is endless. Corals in the ‘Coral Triangle’ (the waters of Indonesia, Malaysia, the Philippines, PNG, Timor-Leste and Solomon Islands) are believed to be heat-resistant to coral bleaching. Look out for whales and dolphins. Depending on anchorage, make your way to a local village full of ripe orange and coconut groves. Meet the friendly locals who live on the island and enjoy a cup of sweet tea with them in the afternoon.

Although the Barat Daya islands are part of the Moluccas, geographically they align with the Lesser Sunda Islands. Rainfall is limited and during the dry season some islands appear as dry savannah. Most of the islands are barren, infertile and minimally forested. They are part of Wallacea, separated by deep water from both the Australian and Asian continental shelves. As a result they have few mammals and a mix of flora and fauna from both continents.

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