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Looking for things to do in Central Sulawesi? We provide up-to-date info on everything from must-see scenic spots to local hangouts.
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Saluopa Waterfall
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Talise Beach
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Bomba Divers
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Danau Poso
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Lore Lindu National Park
Salodik Waterfall
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Pusat Laut Beach
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Paragliding in Matantimali
Papan Island
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Mount Matantimali
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Where to Stay
Discover the most popular places to stay in Central Sulawesi, complete with recommendations from fellow travelers and special hotel offers.
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Discover the Real Central Sulawesi With a Local Expert

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Togea Islands National Park is a national park that was inaugurated on October 19, 2004. This national park is located in the Central Sulawesi province. The natural beauty of this national park is being no doubt. There are several 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 reefs are also settled in this region. The dark green of the islands and the cristal clear water is a perfect setting and has attracted many travellers during the last years. Travellers endure the long journey in search of the mythical beach paradise – many stay longer than they expected. Lazy days sunbathing, beachcombing, diving and snorkelling, exploring the dense jungle interiors – the simple lifestyle can be so alluring. #createwithtrip #naturewonders
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Saluopa Waterfall is located in Lebone Village, Poso Regency, Central Sulawesi. The waterfall with a height of 25 meters is originated from a spring that flows from the top of the mountain, then passes over 12 levels of mountain rocks. At each level there is stone stair that connect to the next level. Saluopa Waterfall is already known not only by local tourists, but also international. The water in the waterfall is very clean and clear, so we can see the bottom rocks under the water. The enchanting nuance over the steps in each water stairs is also can be the perfect background for taking some picture. If we are lucky, we can see the rainbow that coming from the the light intimating the water. Other interesting point from this waterfall is it has 12 stairs of water fall, and each stair has small pool and rocky steps that can be hike by the visitors. Do not worry about the step because it save and un-steepy. #createwithtrip #naturewonders
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LORE LINDU NATIONAL PARK In Central Sulawesi lies the beautiful Lore Lindu National Park. Lore Lindu Biosphere Reserve and National Park comprises one of the largest remaining mountainous rain forests of Sulawesi. It is of high importance from a biodiversity, cultural as well as archaeological point of view. It covers a large area, consisting of lowland and highland mountain forests, thick wood forests 🌲🌴🌳, flat fertile valleys, rivers, lakes and hot springs, with a total area of 217,991.18 hectares and altitude ranging from 200 to 2,610 metres above sea level. The rugged interior of the park is home to the Sulawesi’s largest native animals, such as anoas, babi rusas, tarsiers, tonkeana macaques, marsupials and Sulawesi’s largest mammal carnivore called civet. There are at least 55 species of bats and 267 birds 🦜🦅, including the maleo birds, red-knobbed hornbills. What makes the area further special is the presence of 400 granite megaliths in the area, about 30 of which represent human forms. The largest statues are we. 4.5 meters high! The original purpose of the megaliths is unknown to this day. #createwithtrip #staycation
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TANJUNG KARANG BEACH
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LORE LINDU NATIONAL PARK
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melepas penat setelah tugas yang lelah, perjalanan 4 jam yang cukup menantang juga terbayarkan setelah memasuki area pantai Mambahano, Donggala, Sulawesi Tengah. aaakkk take me back! #beach #weekend #holiday #pandemi #palu #donggala #sulawesi #indonesia
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