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The Toraja are an ethnic group indigenous to a mountainous region of South SulawesiIndonesia.
The word Toraja comes from the Buginese language term to riaja, meaning “people of the uplands”.
Before the 20th century, Torajans lived in autonomous villages, where they practised animism and were relatively untouched by the outside world. In the early 1900s, Dutch missionaries first worked to convert Torajan highlanders to Christianity. When the Tana Toraja regency was further opened to the outside world in the 1970s, it became an icon of tourism in Indonesia.

5 Days 4 Night
  • Destination

  • Included

    Mineral Water
    Tourist Ticket
    Transportation Tour
  • Not Included

    Flight Tickets
    Personal Expenses
    Tipping Guide
    Train Tickets
    Travel Insurance

Day 1: Hasanuddin Airport Makassar

Upon arrival at Hasanuddin Airport Makassar, meeting services. Afterwards, set out on the picturesque drive to Toraja. Lunch at a seafood restaurant in Pare-Pare, precedes a scenic drive with many photo-stops en route. In the afternoon, we will have a coffee-break on the Puncak Lakawan. Dinner and overnight in hotel.

Day 2: Exploring Toraja

After breakfast, a full day exploring Toraja. First visit Lemo to see rows of Tau Tau statues and hanging graves. Suaya the cliff graves then Londa, to see an ancient grave where the deceased are entombed. At Kete Kesu we can see Tongkonan, old rice barns, and traditional woodcarving. Lunch will be served in Rantepao. Dinner and overnight in hotel.

Day 3: Discovery of Toraja

After breakfast, another full day discovery tour of Toraja, this time visiting Pallawa, Sa'dan, the weaving center as well as Marante and Nanggala, traditional Torajan villages renowned for their large Tongkonans and rice barns. Lunch in Rantepao. Dinner and overnight in hotel.

Day 4: Full Day trip Batutumonga

After breakfast, we set out on a full day trip to Batutumonga, enjoying superb views over Rantepao and surrounding valleys. Lunch will be served in local restaurant. Dinner and overnight in hotel.

Day 5: End Journey

After breakfast, transfer back to Makassar. Lunch in Pare-Pare, afterwards transfer directly to Hasanuddin Airport Makassar to catch the flight for your next destination.

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