Enjoy a leisurely drive up to an elevated ridge that offers panoramic views of volcanically formed Weh Island. Not far inland, you will pass by Anak Laut, a clear freshwater lake that supplies drinking water to the entire island. Descending easterly, follow a network of paved roads through lesser-populated areas, peppered with a bucolic slice of life in a serenely solitary & beautiful setting, lapped by vivid blue sea.
Stop at Anoi Itam a black sandy beach with steadily beautiful scenery, known as the only black sand beach on Weh Island. Walk up through concrete stairs, ascending gently, to the remnants of a fort built by the Japanese during WW II, as a hilltop outpost. Today, you can still see remnants of the concrete bunkers and gun emplacements that were dug into the sides of the cliffs. Enjoy the views and photo opportunities of an endless turquoise sea over the Indian Ocean, spread across the horizon.
Your scenic drive winds slowly through hamlets and shorelines to Sumur Tiga Beach. popularly recognized for amazingly owning three fresh water wells on the stunning shore. Enjoy a snack of young coconut and traditional sweet pastries, followed by a bit of free time to take in the natural beauty or swim in the sea.
A drive through the city takes you along a circular route connecting public places, historical buildings and populated settlements. Stop at the city garden, a tranquil retreat of exotic tropical plants that offers scenic views across the harbor.