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Taka Bonerate National Park

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We had a very long travel time to get here, it was a night of bus trip along with two hours of... read more

Reviewed 19 April 2018
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I did snorkling at Taka Bonerate, it was very beautiful. We've been handled by the ranger of Taka... read more

Reviewed 6 October 2017
Olyvia E
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Jln. S. Parman, Selayar Island 92812, Indonesia
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Reviewed 19 April 2018 via mobile

We had a very long travel time to get here, it was a night of bus trip along with two hours of ferry boat trip and then a night of boat trip... well yess... imagine by your self. I spent two nights in this islands,...More

Reviewed 6 October 2017

I did snorkling at Taka Bonerate, it was very beautiful. We've been handled by the ranger of Taka Bonerate, They persuade us to try a discovery dive. I'm not pro in swimming, i still wear my life jacket while snorkling, so how could i dive?...More

1  Thank Olyvia E
Reviewed 29 August 2017

We went to Taka Bonerate by plane from Makassar, South Sulawesi and stayed at the Tinobo island resort. It was gorgeous! Everyday, 24/7 we swam with 100s baby sharks mostly black and white tips. The island is a small island which can be circled in...More

Thank MaiJanfad M
Reviewed 9 July 2017 via mobile

We are a group of friends that heard about this heaven from our dive guide in Komodo. We heard about the baby sharks and we are all excited to go there. It is the 3rd biggest atoll in the world and gazetted as a national...More

2  Thank Sophia_amir
Reviewed 13 May 2017

Takabonerate National Park, is a Marine National Park that has the third largest atoll in the world. Is the best place to enjoy the sunrise and sunset with its dazzling white sand, adorable baby sharks, the best place to get rid of the city life....More

Thank KurniadiA1
Reviewed 14 September 2016

Fairly early warning!!! If you came to this place hoping for a 5 stars resort, Please go home.. This is not the place. What you will get in this place are serenity, calmness, sun, private beach, even private island for your group if you travel...More

1  Thank Jinx_15
Reviewed 19 June 2016

This place is naturally stunning. Far away from main island, it needs more than 5 hours from the main island "Selayar" to reach this remote island using the traditional phinisi boat with 2 diesel engines. Takabonerate National Park is one of several sea park sanctuaries...More

2  Thank Okamah
Reviewed 10 November 2015 via mobile

Mosquito infested, garbage all around the island ... Run down hut ... And no fresh water. They told me only salt water available for whatever ... Meals are white rice alone or IndoMie. Took a long journey to this nightmarish place ... Avoid totally.

6  Thank Charles C
Reviewed 27 September 2014

It's never easy to reach paradise, if time is your biggest concern there is flight available from Makasar to Selayar (45 min) and still you need to have boat ride for around 4 hours, it never hurt if you want to use alternative transportation mixed...More

6  Thank mojanurkalam
Reviewed 10 July 2014

Taman Nasional Taka Bonerate is entitled as the national park which includes the Takabonerate atoll islands, located in the Flores Sea, south of Sulawesi island of Indonesia. It's one of the largest atoll in the world. the gate to Taka Bonerate is from Selayar and...More

2  Thank Desieys
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