Sulawesi

It’s no wonder why more and more divers get to the North Sulawesi hot spots of Lembeh Strait, Bunaken and Manado as these areas has some of the world’s greatest biodiversity. Experts believe that only in the area of the Bunaken National Park, there are more that 58 different species of corals and approximately 2000 fish species. And those numbers go way up if you include all the different critters and macro species that live in the Bangka Island and the Lembeh Strait. Marine Bio-Diversity…

In the past, this heavenly paradise belonged to South Sulawesi. However, a couple of years ago the government decided to create West Sulawesi and name Mamuju as the capital city. The economy of this area relies on mining, agriculture and fishing. Something worth trying in West Sulawesi is the seafood, which will meet the requirements of the most demanding guests. One of the most exclusive dishes in West Sulawesi is flying fish eggs and locals generally offer this dish to tourists to give them a…

Southern Sulawesi province is located in the southern peninsula of Sulawesi. Makassar, is the capital of South Sulawesi, and also Sulawesi’s largest city. There are several things to do but that they are grouped into different areas. You shouldn’t miss going to Tolaki, Morunene, Buton, Wuna and Bajo. Back in the days the area was the place where the sultanate of Buton was. Places of interest Kendari- this is actually the capital of Southeast Sulawesi. When you get to the city you should see how…