Tourist attractions in West Sulawesi

Tourist attractions in West Sulawesi

West Sulawesi was separated from the province of South Sulawesi in 2004. The center of the new province became Mamuju, and the area was divided into five governorates. It has pacific, lowland and upland areas, therefor is an area with good soil. The climate is tropical. The inhabitants of the western coast of Sulawesi are known as brave sailors known and the culture of the people living in the central, mountainous areas of the province is similar to the Toraja culture. The tourist attract... [ read more ]

Tourist attractions in South Sulawesi

Tourist attractions in South Sulawesi

The sea traveler Bugis have always been famous, today they have a dominant role in the world's last commercial sailing fleet. They are living in the southern part of the Sulawesi Island, on the coastal areas. The northerly mountainous interior is the land of the Torajan (Tana Toraja), often also called the kingdom of heaven kings. The tourist attractions of South Sulawesi include stunning sites, subtle, masterful silk fabrics, silver filigrees and many beautiful architectural attractions.... [ read more ]

The natural attractions of Central Sulawesi

The natural attractions of Central Sulawesi

Central Sulawesi has a beautiful natural surrounding. It has a diverse fauna and flora, the ebony, the teak wood, the rattan, the banyan and black orchid are especially precious. A shy babirusa, the anoa, deer and various species of birds including the rare hammerhead hen, the negro macaque native in Celebes, the tangkasi ie the tarsier are awaiting for the adventurous visitors including those who love hiking, whitewater paddling and bird observing. In the following we present you the mos... [ read more ]

The cultural heritage of Central Sulawesi

The cultural heritage of Central Sulawesi

In the middle of the Indonesian archipelago, in the province of Central Sulawesi province you will find the ancient megaliths, the indigenous village communities, the mossy mountainrocks, the calm lakes with blue water, the long rivers for rafting winding in an almost untouched environment, the diving paradises of the spectacular coral reefs, the tiny uninhabited islands with endless white beaches and the rich nature reserves. In this context is a particular pleasure to observe the cultur... [ read more ]

Top 10 attractions in Gorontalo for nature lovers

Top 10 attractions in Gorontalo for nature lovers

The typical tree species of the Gorontalo forests are the lingua, the nantu (Palaquium obtusifolium), the meranti (Shorea spp.) and the rattan. The image of the Teluk Tomini beach in south Gorontalo is enriched with several small islands. These uninhabited islands have white sandy beaches. Teluk Tomini is a scuba divers paradise. Since is located exacly on the equator, it has a varied marine life. We present you the top 10 attractions in Gorontalo for nature lovers including beautiful bea... [ read more ]

The cultural heritage of Gorontalo

The cultural heritage of Gorontalo

The province of Gorontalo is mostly mountainous, the mountain ranges are streching in the north-south direction. The landscape is stunning, the area is the habitat of various rare species of animals and trees. The forests of Nani Wartabone and Nantu are famous tourist sites, they have a protected fauna and flora. The babirusa (Babyrousa celebensis, a sort of boar), the anoa (anoa, dwarf water buffalo), the Tarsier (Tarsius spectrums) and the hammerhead hens (macrocephala male) can be foun... [ read more ]

Tourist sites in North Sulawesi for the nature lovers

Tourist sites in North Sulawesi for the nature lovers

The orchid-shaped Sulawesi, formerly known as the Celebes Islands is the third largest island of Indonesia with an area of ​​172,000 square kilometers. The island is divided into three provinces: North Sulawesi, South Sulawesi and Southeast Sulawesi. The topography of the island is extremely varied. It has high mountains, picturesque coastlines, lakes, rice fields and lush jungles wonderful alternate options offered to travelers. Today we would like to give a special attention to Nort... [ read more ]