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Sombori islands

Sombori islands is a marine conservation area of 41,342 hectares in Mbokitta Village, Menui Sub-district, Morowali District, Central Sulawesi, Indonesia, where underwater, cliffs, white sand and ancient caves are very beautiful and mysterious. If lucky you will watch the horde of dolphins who are chasing fish.

Sombori is not a single island, but a constellation of uninhabited coral islands and others are inhabited by fishermen. Exotic coral cliffs on the right and left with a choppy sea, yet a stretch of calm water and white sand on the inside of the area.

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The Sombori complex consists of a stunning cluster of coral islands where only the reefs stand out, while the other is a large coral island overgrown with shady trees as a place for birds to perch and the path of seasonal migration.

The sea water is very clear as a snorkling and diving paradise to watch the underwater scenery. Various colors and shapes of coral animals swim along the traveler's view. If lucky, you will see the dolphin hordes chasing fish.

Small waves combing the cliff lines that occasionally leave a very clear plain of water. The water on Sombori Island has dark blue, cyan and light green grasses where variations of coral reefs and colorful fish decorations are found mostly at a depth of 7 meters below sea level.

Koko Island is an uninhabited island and has two beaches and coconut palms providing superb coolness. Dua Laut Island is a small island inhabited by 30 families of fishermen where the white sand is very beautiful and has a very large aquarium point.

Berlian cave on another island has a very sparkling stalactites. Location of this cave on the cliff where travelers have to climb as high as 10 meters from sea level at 70-80 degrees slope. Tengkorak cave is on another cliff as high as 40 meters from sea level. Inside this cave there is human skulls that is not yet known history.

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Location: Sombori islands, Mbokitta Village, Menui Sub-district, Morowali District, Central Sulawesi.

Activity: Diving, snorkeling, swimming, fishing, canoeing, rock climbing, hammocking. Explore the flora and fauna.

Routes and public transport: All flights to Haluoleo Airport in Kendari City. Next land trip to Laimeo Port and boat to Sombori.

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