What is there to do and see?

Located in North Sulawesi, Indonesia, Siau is a 125km² volcanic island on which around 40k people live.

It is a remote, wild island where people will warmly welcome you.

If you are into hiking, trekking or if you simply want to challenge yourself and enjoy a once in a lifetime experience, you can climb the Karangetang, a 1827 meters high active volcano.

We also recommend you to go and see the endemic Tarsius, the smallest primate on earth. They come out when the sun sets and when it rises, and our guide is pretty good at spotting them. You can go for a short walk in the jungle to find the peaceful Kapeta Lake or go for a swim at the hotsprings (Temboko, Lehi)

Oh! and the island also has nice beaches, jungle, Bintangs... ;)

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