It's a small community, centred around diving and snorkelling, clinging to the rocks of Pulau Weh. From here you can swim across to Rubiah Island (if you make sure to ask someone about the currents first!), laze in a hammock on your balcony over the water, snorkel some of the most diverse reefs in the world just in front of your bungalow or check out the coral gardens that have grown up since the tsunami, just around the corner. It's great because you can disappear here, but conversely, you feel like part of the family after just a day. It's one of those places that are disappearing, go now before it does.
Iboih Beach can be reached by taking a flight to Banda Aceh (from Kuala Lumpur for example), taking a becak to the ferry for Pulau Weh and then a taxi to Iboih Beach at the other end.
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