Beaches K 202 and 203 are adjoining small, low energy beaches located 2 km further west. They connect two small rock outcrops to the shoreline. Beach K 202 is 100 m long and faces east across 100-200 m wide mud flats, with mangroves both bordering and outcropping in the centre. Beach K 203 is 150 m long and is located between the two rocks, and faces south over 200 m wide rocks and mud flats with a scattering of low mangroves.
Beach Length: 0.15km
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