The gorgeous underwater scenery, The Togian Islands

Togean Islands, The Cluster Of Amazing Islands in Sulawesi

Togean islands, this is a cluster of islands protected and sheltered by mainland Sulawesi. The added benefit of security has allowed the Togean Islands to develop in a very special way. Be it on land or in the water you are sure to find little surprises in this isolated part of the world. Free from[…]

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Makassar

Welcome To Sulawesi

Sulawesi sprawls between Borneo and Maluku like a lazy sea serpent lying casually in the sea with its four huge tentacles stretched out for maximum relaxation. Formed by these four tentacles, four peninsulas framed by dramatic mountains make Sulawesi a decadent sight to behold, provide a sheltered environment for abundant marine life, create endless varieties of stunning[…]

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Indonesian Cruises, Ombak Putih

Indonesian Cruises

Indonesia is an archipelago consisting of more than 13,000 islands. And the nature of Indonesia has a good potential for marine tourism. Although, there are not many, but there have been several Indonesian cruises which will provide a wonderful experience for you. More often wade in the Nusa Tenggara / Lesser Sunda Islands. Lesser Sunda[…]

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Diving Liveaboards Trips

Togian And Banggai : Diving Liveaboards Trips

Still in Sulawesi, Indonesia. There is Togian Islands in the Gulf of Tomini, that is very excellent for Diving Liveaboards Trips. Well, we direct to the Togian Islands. Consist of Togian Island, Batudaka Island, Una-Una Island, Talatakoh Island, Waleabahi Island, Poat Island and many other small islands, this area is very attractive for diving. Barrier[…]

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The Ponulele bridge, Palu

The City Of Palu, Capital Of The Province Of Central Sulawesi

The city of Palu, capital of the province of Central Sulawesi sits on the “neck” of the K shaped island of Sulawesi. Palu is the gateway to the Lore Lindu National Park and the mysterious Bada valley, where lie scattered megalithic statues resembling those on Easter Island, and further east is the diving haven of the Togean Islands. Although[…]

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The Una-una island in Tomini Bay

Volcanic Una-Una Island in The Gulf Of Tomini

Pulau Una-Una is an extremely remote island adjacent to the Togean National Park in the Gulf of Tomini, in Central Sulawesi, close to Kadidiri island, a world famous dive site. Una-Una was formed by the short, broad Colo Volcano, whose summit rises just 500 meters above sea level, with a 2 kilometer wide caldera. Una-Una is a lush and scenic[…]

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The megaliths of the Bada Valley, Sulawesi

Bada Valley : Sulawesi’s Mystifying Prehistoric Statues

The Bada Valley or Napu Valley, as it is sometimes called, is located in the District of Poso in Central Sulawesi, and is part of the Lore Lindu National Park. The valley is particularly prized for the beauty of its natural environment – a scenic expanse of rice paddies and green plains, engraved with small streams, and surrounded by[…]

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Poya Lisa island in Togean

An Idyllic Little Poya Lisa Island in Togean National Park

Poya Lisa Island is an idyllic little island included in the area that makes up the Togean National Park in Central Sulawesi. Privately-owned and literally off-the-map, Poya Lisa is the perfect extreme getaway for complete relaxation and ultimate detachment from the hustle and bustle that is everyday city-life. Although relatively small and rarely mentioned, the natural beauty of the island[…]

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The Kadidiri island, Togean islands

Kadidiri Island, The Wealth Of The Coral Triangle

For dive fanatics, the name Kadidiri Island is a familiar leading destination in Indonesia, although it is as yet still little known outside the diving community. Located at the tip of the Gulf of Tomini in Central Sulawesi, Kadidiri is one of the islands in the Togean National Park that contains the wealth of the Coral Triangle. With white sand[…]

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The Togean Islands, Central Sulawesi

Togean Island, The Jewels Of Central Sulawesi

Togean Islands. A community – based ecotourism as well as in conserving the biodiversity. A bewildering array of tropical rain forest covered six islands formed by volcanic activity. Situated in the vicinity of equator. This enchanting archipelago is one of the jewels of Central Sulawesi. Stunning reefs, small isolated white sandy beaches, traditional fishermen village[…]

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The Napu valley or Bada valley in the Lore Lindu National Park

The Fascinating Of Lore Lindu National Park

The Lore Lindu National Park is a huge forested protected area in the districts of Donggala and Poso in Central Sulawesi, declared a UNESCO Biosphere Reserve since 1978. The Park, located south of the town of Palu, covers an area of 2,180 square km with altitudes ranging from 200 to 2,300 meters above sea-level (asl) and harbours lush[…]

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The Lariang River, Central Sulawesi

Lariang : The Longest River in Sulawesi Island

Lariang is the longest river in Sulawesi Island running down from Napu, Besoa, Bada and Gimpu valleys ending into Makassar straits in the west. Napu, Sobek (white water rafting team) form America discovered. Lariang River is one of the best rivers for rafting. It has the score IV grade. Most of these trekkers take this[…]

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The bridge of Palu, Central Sulawesi

Central Sulawesi, Fantastic Islands For Marine Tourism

This province has a lot to offer. You can find ancient megaliths, tribes whose ways of life remain relatively unchanged, mossy mountains, sleepy blue lakes, very long river which can be used for white water rafting. You might also enjoy fantastic snorkeling, and diving on coral reefs. You also will find delights in unpopulated small[…]

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