Togian Island Retreat
 

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Please note that if you have come across our old website, www.togian-island-retreat.com, it is an outdated website which is no longer in use. The site you are currently on is the official Island Retreat website.

When you visit us at Island Retreat, you will find one of the last untouched places in the world. Within twenty to forty minutes from the Retreat, you will find the three major reef formations - fringing reef, barrier reef, and atoll. It is rare to come across all 3 formations in one place. The Togian Islands are known for this uniqueness. There are over three hundred species of coral, some may even be unclassified, and a wonderful diversity of life and color in the underwater realm.

Along with great diving and snorkeling in the warm, turquoise water, the wildlife is very diverse. Hardwood forests shelter beautiful birds of different species and other interesting inhabitants of the forest and mangrove.

Island Retreat is located in the Togian Islands of Central Sulawesi, Indonesia. We are on the westernmost part of the island of Batudaka, surrounded by sea, a long white sand beach, mangrove, and rainforest. The equator lies 30 kilometers north of us and to the west, between Sulawesi and Borneo, is the Wallace Line, which divides the New and Old Worlds, characterized by their flora and fauna. Some endemic species of the Togian Islands and endangered species such as the coconut crab and the dugong and the marsupial Cuscus bear, might be seen.

We may be not so easy to get to, but our isolation helps to maintain the uniqueness of the Togians.

We can help you with your local travel arrangements to visit us. Ask about our TransSulawesi Tour.

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