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Pesona Tomini Bay Festival

Festival Pesona Teluk Tomini (FPTT) or Festival Teluk Tomini is folk culture feast in Tomini Bay, Central Sulawesi. The annual event each April during the week centered on Kayubura Beach, Pelawa Baru Village, Central Parigi district, Parigi Moutong regency, presenting cultural attractions and natural beauty as one of the largest bays in the archipelago.

Tomini Bay Festival presents variety of activities including traditional sailboat race travel as far as 200 kilometers, underwater photography at Kayu Bura sea which has beautiful marine park, biking, running, swimming and carnival.

Tinuku Travel Pesona Tomini Bay Festival racing sailboat, underwater photography and culinary feast Lalampa in Central Sulawesi

Tinuku.com Travel Pesona Tomini Bay Festival racing sailboat, underwater photography and culinary feast Lalampa in Central Sulawesi

Travel.Tinuku.com Pesona Tomini Bay Festival racing sailboat, underwater photography and culinary feast Lalampa in Central Sulawesi

The event also presents a traditional food feast serving cake burning Lalampa and music festivals. Environmental activities carried out during the festival is to clean the Toraranga river, Masigi river, Bantaya river and Kampal irrigation.

Tomini Bay is one of the largest bay in Indonesia, has an area of more than 6 million hectares of biodiversity unique and exceptional. Gulf has a cluster of small islands with exotic coral reefs and mangrove trees lined the coast.

More than 90 islands lined up in this bay and the islands most famous Togean which covers the three provinces are North Sulawesi, Gorontalo and Central Sulawesi. Gulf bypassed the equator and in a strategic position as the heart of the world's coral triangle.

Togean has 60 islands formed by volcanic activity, covered by lush vegetation and surrounded by coral reefs formations. Rocks and beaches provide place for some marine biota. Endemic animals including Togian bird (Zosterops somadikartai), Togian Hawk-owl (Ninox Burhani) and Togian macaque (Macaca tonkeana).

Location: Focused on Kayubura Beach, Pelawa Baru Village, Central Parigi District, Parigi Moutong regency, Central Sulawesi.

Activity: Explore ethnography, archeology, architecture, culture and culinary. Explore flora and fauna. Diving, snorkeling, swimming, fishing, trekking, hiking, camping, hammocking. Seeing sunset and sunrise, hunting photography and videography, and others.

Tinuku Travel Pesona Tomini Bay Festival racing sailboat, underwater photography and culinary feast Lalampa in Central Sulawesi

Tinuku.com Travel Pesona Tomini Bay Festival racing sailboat, underwater photography and culinary feast Lalampa in Central Sulawesi

Travel.Tinuku.com Pesona Tomini Bay Festival racing sailboat, underwater photography and culinary feast Lalampa in Central Sulawesi

Complementary facilities: Car parking, restrooms, restaurants hotels and resort.

Reach access: 66 km from Palu city.

Routes and public transport: All flights to Palu city. Then use the car to Kayubura beach in Central Parigi.

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