This beautiful tourist spot in East Sumba has a characteristic that is calm and gentle, its very attractive and beautiful white sand is an attraction to make tourists want to come to see its beauty. The location of Walakiri beach is also not far from the center of Waingapu, which is only 24 km away and you can travel within 30 minutes of travel. East. You can rent a motorbike to go to Walakiri beach or rent a car because getting public transportation is still rather difficult.
The location of the beach close to the color residential area does not reduce visitors and is always crowded by domestic and foreign travelers, and local residents do not charge a penny to visit walakiri beach attractions. The location of the beach in Walakiri was also used as a place for filming a big screen film titled Film Pendekar Tongkat Emas and written by Mira Lesmana. Walakiri Beach is increasingly crowded by tourists who want to prove their sophistication and exoticism. The beach that has mangrove forests is also very unique on the white sand coastline decorated with coconut trees that will shade and create a comfortable atmosphere for visitors. Walakiri Beach has two different sand textures, namely between the sand edge of the beach and the receding area of the sea. On the coastline the coast generally has a soft sand texture like powder or wet cement which then dries hard. Uniquely there is a boundary line between the two types of beach sand.
This Walakiri Beach on Sumba is a unique beach that is suitable as a tourist spot watching the sunset, which is garnished by mangrove trees that line the dwarf size. Suitable for those of you who like photography by taking mangrove backgrounds and sunsets that are golden red in color. The silhouette of a mangrove tree that curls like a dancer will spoil your eyes. This truly artistic atmosphere makes you feel at home for long holding your camera and capturing it