Discover the cultural treasures of the Sulawesi highlands, the ancient villages are home to the indigenous Toraja people.
One of Indonesia’s largest islands, Sulawesi’s rich mythical cultures, mountainous highlands, stunning lakes, ancient megaliths and spectacular endemic wildlife, make it a destination not to be passed up.
A vast emerald-green rice plain surrounded by imposing mountains and soft rolling hills, the Bada Valley is a forgotten world of ancient magical megaliths and endemic wildlife, rarely explored by outsiders.
Central Sulawesi is just beginning to open up to tourism, a place of thick rainforests, stunning waterfalls and deep inland lakes, like Poso Lake, a vast pristine body of water surrounded by mountains.
Whether you’re looking for adventure or an experience the offers a unique and colorful glimpse into a different culture,