• Batu Kapal Dive Site

    These are a set of pinnacles off the Northern tip of Lembeh Island. This is the best big fish dive in North Sulawesi, but severe multi-directional currents prevent all but only the most experienced divers from venturing here. The density of schooling fish is staggering, with larger species such as dogtooth Tuna, Barracuda, big-eyed Jacks, […]

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  • Pamona Cave

    For those who want to explore the cave will be better to bring personal equipment like flashlight, because there is no rented equipment available at the place. Pamona cave is rarely visited by tourists; local people believe that this place is too haunted to be visited; this makes the cave still natural and genuine. Those […]

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  • Togean Islands National Park

    The natural beauty of this national park is being no doubt. There are various of biodiversity can be found here, as well as the marine ecosystem that is also incredible. In this area, you can find a beautiful mangrove forest. Some of green turtles and hawksbill that are endangered and many genuine species of coral […]

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  • Kie Matubu

    THE HIGHEST POINT OF TERNATE To reach Kie Matubu we can start the journey from Rum Port to Soasio city,for about 45 Minutes and we can continue to Gurabunga village for about 20 minutes. We can rent private vehicle or publict transportation to go to this place. At Gurabunga village, we have to ask permission […]

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  • Cobo Beach

    This beach has very fine sand beach, just like walking along the velvet mat. Unfortunately, the genuine place at this beach is not completed with proper facilities like toilet and stalls. Yet, we can do so much activity for fun like swimming, diving and snorkeling, but we have to prepare the equipment by ourselves, since […]

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  • Coffee Stone (Batu Kopi)

    The Stone Spreads the Aroma Coffee From Morotai Batu Kopi in the form of reef is considered containing a mystery by the resident. Every day, around 8-10 am and 3-5 pm, the stone spreads the aroma of fresh coffee. The aroma is wafted only about 100 meters around the stone. According the local residents, if […]

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  • Gunung Leuser National Park

    Gunung Leuser National Park and the surrounding area are known as the Leuser Ecosystem which became a UNESCO World Heritage Site. There are approximately 130 species can be identified in Gunung Leuser National Park, namely: Sumatran tigers, elephants, rhinos, gibbons, monkeys, leopards, reptiles, fish, and 325 species of birds. Gunung Leuser National Park is very […]

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