Pandan Beach, Sibolga

Pandan Beach, The Perfect Place To Get Away From The Bustling Everyday City Life

Vast stretches of white sandy beach, an indulging sun in the clear blue sky, a cool refreshing breeze, and nothing but crystal clear water all the way to the horizon, these are what await visitors to the enchanting Pandan Beach, in Central Tapanuli Regency, North Sumatra Province. Situated near the town of Sibolga on the north-west coast of North Sumatra,[…]

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Surfing at Teluk Dalam

Teluk Dalam On Nias : Prime Destination For Surfers

This lovely little city is an amazing blend of beautiful scenery, culture, and history. Teluk Dalam in South Nias, is a prime destination for surfers both local and international, with its challenging sites and fierce rolling blue waves. This city is also the spot where the famous traditional ‘stone, or boulder jumping’ takes place, a heart-stopping[…]

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Nias Heritage Museum is a must-see for anyone visiting Nias Island.

Nias Heritage Museum Is A Must-see For Anyone Visiting Nias Island

The Pusaka Nias Museum in the town of Gunung Sitoli, North Nias, is dedicated to the “Ono Niha,” or the People of Nias, and exhibits a large collection of artifacts related to the history and ancient culture of Nias Island in North Sumatra. The Museum stands on two hectares of land, and displays an array of over[…]

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Surf in Nias

“All Time Nias” Surfing At Sorake Bay And Lagundri Beach

As far as surfing goes in Indonesia, the Bay of Sorake and Lagundri Beach on Nias island is THE ultimate destination. Nias’s Sorake Bay is an internationally renowned surfing spot, and has become one of surfing’s most exotic wave-searching destinations. Every year, surfers flock from across the globe for a chance at its legendary point break. International surfing competitions have been[…]

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Stone jumping on Nias

Off The Beaten Track At The Remote Nias Island

Located west of the island of Sumatra in the Indian Ocean are a chain of islands, running alongside Sumatra but separated from the mainland by a deep trench, they include the islands of Nias, Simeulue, the Mentawai islands and Enggano. Few early trading ships dared to approach these islands because of their forbidding appearance, veering instead to the[…]

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