September 18, 2017

Detail Information

Day 1 – On your arrival at Sam Ratulangi airport, our guide will be there to greet and pick you up for the tour. From there, the tour begin, firstly we will be visiting Tinoor village. Then we will head to Tomohon hill to see Pagoda (buddhist temple) Ekayana. Afterward we will enjoy early evening coffee break at Linow lake. We continue our trip to see the making process of traditional Minahasa wood house at Woloan village. You will be served with tasty local menu for dinner at restaurant before return to your hotel. Check into the hotel, and the evening time is all yours to enjoy.
Day 2 – Enjoy your hearty breakfast and fulfill your energy before we leave to Manado port for today’s full trip at Bunaken national marine park. On the arrival at Bunaken, we will be getting on glass bottom boat, locally known as Katamaran, and you will be able to enjoy the undersea beauty from the boat. Coral reefs and unique colorful fishes will be easily spotted during this boat trip. After a full afternoon at Bunaken, we will return to Manado for shopping and culinary tour. Before we return to the hotel, you will be served dinner at restaurant. Evening time is all yours to enjoy.
Day 3 – Breakfast at the hotel, and you will have plenty of free time for shopping in the afternoon before heading back to the airport. This is the end of our trip. See you on the next adventure!

Adventure Overview
• Participants: Minimum 4 persons
• Duration: 3 days (2 nights)
• Difficulty: Medium
• Physical condition: Fit and healthy
• Price per person: Rp.2,520,000

Essential things to bring:
Spare clothing
Small towel
Insect repellent
Personal first aid kit


  • Private car during the trip
  • Meals
  • 4 stars hotel (1 room = 2 pax)
  • Entrance fee
  • Guide
  • Mineral water & snacks


  • Flight ticket and airport tax
  • Personal spending
  • Merchandise
  • Tipping for guide

Ticket Price

IDR 2.520.000,00 / person

Trip Booking



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