This nature reserve in North Sulawesi covers an area of about 8.700 hectares and it is the home of many endemic animals. You can explore three mountains: Mount Tangkoko (1.109 m), Mount Dua Saudara (1.361 m) and Mount Batuangus (450 m).
During a visit you can observe the Celebes crested macaque which are called Yaki in North Sulawesi.
In the late afternoon you will have the chance to find the smallest monkey in the world, the Spectral tarsier, the Sulawesi bear cuscus and Sulawesi dwarf cuscus.
We offer guided tours to this Nature Reserve with experienced rangers who will find a lot of animals in the dense forest for you. Be prepared with your camera and anti mosquito lotion.
Our guests can rent bioculars and pocket lights for free to discover the unique wildlife which only can be found in North Sulawesi.
This 6,500 ha large Nature Reserve is located northwest of Tomohon and was established in the year 1978.
The elevation extends from 50 m above sea level to the peak of Gunung Tanuwantik with 665 m. Much of the terrain is very steep.
The Reserve has many rivers and streams, providing important habitats for freshwater fishes and reptiles as well as many species of forest birds.
You can observe Cuscus Bears, Lesser dog-faced fruit bats, Sulawesi rousettes, Swift fruit bats, Celebes black macaques, Tarsius, Celebes warty pigs, Tree squirrels and about 70 species of birds.
Many of them are endemic in Sulawesi.
We offer trips to this beautiful and rare visited Nature Reserve in North Sulawesi with overnight in tent camps.
The nature reserve of Mount Ambang consists of an area of approximately 8.640 hectares. This reserve is named after the volcano Mount Ambang (1,780 m), one of the active volcano you can find in North Sulawesi.
This area is full of small lakes. Including trench lake surrounded by mountains with steep lush mountain forests. The forest is rich in ferns and many beautiful orchids. A lot of sulphur fumaroles and steaming pools of mud worth to visit.
And not to forget, a great place for birdwatching.
This National Park, formerly know as Dumoga Bone, has broad approx 287.115 hectares and is included into the Wallacea zone, a biogeography zone which is also a convergent zone of Australia and Asia zone. Almost all of Sulawesis endemic mammals and birds are found within the Bogani Nani Wartabone forests. A really great place to discover it with local rangers.
Scientists counted 24 mammal, 125 bird, 11 reptile, 2 amphibian, 38 butterfly, 200 beetle, and 19 fish species. Some protected and endemic animals can be observed here like the Maleo bird (Macrochepalon maleo), Heck's macaque (Macaca hecki), Fruit bat (Boneia bidens), small cuscus (Phalanger celebensis) and bear cuscus (Phalanger ursinus). Maleo bird and Bone bat are the mascot animals of this National Park.
The Bunaken Marine National Park has 31 diving spots around the islands with various depths. 16 spots are around Bunaken Island and become the most visited diving spots by local and foreign divers.
We know this island, the resorts and diving operators very well and would be happy to help you to find the right place for unforgettable diving adventures.
Mail adress: Jl. Kimereng Kali, Kinilow Jaga VI,Tomohon - Minahasa 95362, North Sulawesi, Indonesia