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  Volcano climbing at Berastagi
Berastagi has a colorful fruit market, but the presence of so many tourists means that you are unlikely to get a good deal.
To the south of Berastagi is lake Toba and the impressive Sipiso-piso waterfall.
Berastagi is north of Lake Toba and south-east of Bukit Lawang.
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  Berastagi Tourism   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Berastagi, a tourist town, is another lovely town located in Karo highlands.
Berastagi has the strategic location to become the stopping place, not just because several tourist attractions are easy to be accessed from here, but also the hotels are well provided.
Berastagi to Sibayak Mountain distance are only 7 Km, this is why the hikers choose this City, as the closest alternative to reach the mountain peak (2.094 meters from sea level).
www.indonesia-tourism.com /north-sumatra/berastagi.html   (672 words)

  
 Berastagi Makin Kehilangan Pamor - Selasa, 14 Mei 2002
BERASTAGI, salah satu obyek wisata andalan Kabupaten Tanah Karo, Sumatera Utara (Sumut), belakangan ini makin kehilangan pamor.
Penuturan Budimanta Sebayang ini, memang kenyataan yang melanda Berastagi, yang berjarak 78 kilometer barat daya Medan itu.
Di Berastagi ini kata camat itu, setiap hari hadir 5.000 aron atau buruh tani yang mencari pekerjaan di sekitar kota itu.
www.kompas.com /kompas-cetak/0205/14/ekonomi/bera36.htm   (994 words)

  
  Berastagi at AllExperts
Berastagi is a town situated on a crossroads on the main route linking the Batak highlands of Northern Sumatra to the coastal city of Medan.
The main economic activities in Berastagi, centre on the colourful fruit and vegetable market and on tourism.
Berastagi is famous for its passion fruit.The main attractions of the town are the two active volcanoes; Gunung Sibayak, with its hot springs, and Gunung Sinabung.
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Berastagi is well known for its abundance of flowers, vegetables and fruits.
Berastagi was a weekend resort for the European planters in the area.
The village lies 4 km from Kabanjahe and 15 km south of Berastagi.
www.bonapasogit.nl /Pagina's/Engels/Tanah_Karo.htm   (525 words)

  
 Travel Break -- Destination Guides - Asia - Southeast ...
Destination Guides > Asia > Southeast Asia > Indonesia > Sumatra > Karo Highlands > Berastagi
Lying 1330m above sea level, 70km southwest of Medan and 25km due north of the shores of Toba, BERASTAGI is a cold, compact little hill station in the centre of the Karo Highlands.
It was founded by the Dutch in the 1920s as a retreat from the sweltering heat of Medan, and has been popular with tourists ever since.
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 indahnesia.com - Sumatra Utara - Cool place on the Karo plateau - Discover Indonesia Online
The picturesque city of Berastagi is located on an altitude of 1330 metres at the northern edgde of the Karo plateau, 68 kilometres south of Medan (about two hours by car).
Berastagi is a good starting point for a closer encounter with the vulcanig highlands of the Karo.
Berastagi is dominated by the smoking Gunung Sibayak in the north; further west is Gunung Sibanung (2451 m).
www.indahnesia.com /indonesia/SUTBER/berastagi.php   (899 words)

  
 Mikie Holiday: Discover Berastagi   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Berastagi is an area full of beautiful scenery.
It lies on the highlands of North Sumatera, on a plateau 100 meters (4,594 feet) above sea level in clean air, and is surrounded by majestic mountains and penetrable jungle.
Berastagi is well-known for its abundance of flowers, vegetables and fruits.
www.mikieholiday.com /discover/discover_berastagi.html   (106 words)

  
 indonesiaphoto.com - The North Sumatra Triangle
Medan, Lake Toba and Berastagi are located in a triangle in the province of North Sumatera.
The four-hour drive from Lake Toba to Berastagi, skirting the lake for a long way, is picturesque.
Berastagi is a hill resort, 66 km away from Medan, at an altitude of 4,600 feet.
www.indonesiaphoto.com /content/view/160/42   (1268 words)

  
 Membayangkan Berastagi seperti di ”Monopoli” - Senin, 09 Januari 2006
Selain sebagai daerah pertanian karena letaknya di Dataran Tinggi Karo, Berastagi juga dikenal sebagai daerah wisata dengan keindahan panorama alam.
Berastagi memang indah dan sejuk, namun keindahan dan kesejukannya juga dimiliki tempat lain.
Namun, Berastagi bisa saja disulap menjadi daerah wisata pegunungan paling unggul di Indonesia, jika seperti kata praktisi pariwisata Sumut, Hendra Arbie, dikelola dengan baik.
www.kompas.com /kompas-cetak/0601/09/sumbagut/2353721.htm   (363 words)

  
 Berastagi travel guide - Wikitravel
Berastagi is a town in North Sumatra, Indonesia.
From here, transport back to Berastagi is as easy as jumping on the first bus seen.
As the altitude of Berastagi is approximately 1300m, it can sometimes be very uncomfortable to shower with the cold water.
wikitravel.org /en/Berastagi   (369 words)

  
 Asyiknya Naik Kuda di Berastagi   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Pemandangan seperti itu terlihat di kota wisata Berastagi Kab.
"Setiap datang ke Berastagi, kami akan naik kuda tunggangan ini.
Berastagi adalah tujuan wisata utama di Tanah Karo.
www.pikiran-rakyat.com /cetak/2006/082006/07/0404.htm   (426 words)

  
 Berastagi   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Berastagi is a wonderful hill station, high up in the Karo Batak Highlands of northern Sumatra.
The town sits at an altitude of 1300 m (4260 feet) above sea level and as a result, the climate is cool and refreshing, compared with that of lower lying places in the region.
Berastagi is famous for its flowers, vegetables and fruit, most famous of which is the 'Marquisa' passion fruit that can be obtained from the lively market.
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 Berastagi Travel Guide, Karo Highlands, North Sumatra | AsiaExplorers
Berastagi is a resort in the Karo Highlands, home of the Karo Batak people of northern Sumatra.
Berastagi's altitude of 1300 meters above sea level contributes to a cool and relaxing climate, allowing Berastagi to produce a variety of fruit, vegetables and flowers.
Berastagi is particularly famous for its passion fruits.
www.asiaexplorers.com /indonesia/berastagi.htm   (360 words)

  
 Travelling Information Samosir and Toba
Berastagi itself is famous about the market where you can buy all kinds of fruit and vegetables.
From Berastagi take the road to Bukit Gundaling from where it is a 4 hours climb.
About 15 km south of Berastagi just of the main road is the small Karo Batak village Lingga.
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 WaliBali - Indonesia Discovery Holidays.
In this destination cluster of discoveries are very interesting like landmark of Bukittinggi - Jam Gadang (Big Ben), local people handicraft of silver & embroidery, remnant of old fort, site of the ancient Minangkabau Kingdom, the famed and magnificent Sianok Canyon.
Upon arrival at the airport of Medan, you will be met and transferred to Berastagi - a refreshing mountain resort which is 2 hours drive from Medan.
Before enter Berastagi, visit the traditional Batak Karo Village - Peceran, where ancient houses are still in use, then visit the fruit market.
www.walibali.com /dis-suma-pack-03.html   (489 words)

  
 Passion Fruit: Volcano climbing around Berastagi - page 1   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Berastagi's altitude of 1, 300 meters gives it a cool and comfortable climate.
The countryside around Berastagi is the main fruit, vegetable and flower growing area for northern Sumatra.
The two active volcanoes are Berastagi's main attractions.
www.tatet.com /en/search-Passion_Fruit.html   (57 words)

  
 Mikie Holiday : Place of Interest
The village lies 4 km from Kabanjahe and 15 km south of Berastagi.
Peceren is another traditional Karo village located in Berastagi approximately 300 m from the main road.
This place is about 60 km from Medan in the direction of berastagi at the foot of Mt. Sibayak.
www.mikieholiday.com /activity/local_place.html   (469 words)

  
 Medan hotels-Padang hotels - Parapat hotels-Bukittinggi hotels, Hotels in Medan-Padang-Berastagi-Lake Toba & Parapat ...
Berastagi is a tourist town located in karo highlands.
Berastagi is around 66km southwest of Medan and wellknowned for its kinds of flowers, vegetables and fruits.
Lingga Village is around 15km from Berastagi is one of unique Batak karo village where traditional houses are still well-preserves and inhabited today.
www.balitouring.com /hotel/sumatra_hotel/index.html   (2096 words)

  
 Sumatera Tourism Official Web Site   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Behind this area is untouched forest.There are many villages around Berastagi and many have at least a few traditional houses, often inhabitated by eight families each.
The one of the "musts" in Brastagi is to walk up on Gunung Sibayak, this volcano is still active and the environment on the summit 2,172 m above sea level.
Lau Debuk-debuk hot springs are one of the most popular attraction of Berastagi.
www.sumateratourism.com /?open=berastagi   (594 words)

  
 Holiday Indonesia Special Deals page
Enjoy the two-hour drive from Medan to Berastagi with the route passing through some lush tropical Sumatran rain forests.
Berastagi is a highland resort with refreshing weather and magnificent mountain scenery, here a visit will be made to Peceran, a village with a number of traditional houses, enjoy a visit to a fresh fruit market.
Depart for Parapat, a famous lake resort lies on the east shore of Lake Toba.
www.holidayindonesia.com.au /medanlake.htm   (408 words)

  
 schlumpf Berastagi Travel Page - VirtualTourist.com
Berastagi is a pretty small village, wellknown in the area to be the start point of the excursion at the Mt. Sibayak and his Volcano.
But as not all the people known, nearby the village, at 2 hours ride with a local bus, there is also a tribal village called Serdang where I had the possibility to spend two days/one night in a tipical longhouse.
Serdang is the tipical tribal village, where the population is still not used to see tourist, and moreover, “white european” or “boy of the west” as they were used to call me...
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The pre-ramble will be in Berastagi on the 1st/2nd of August and will only cost you a mere USD 90(twin share room) - USD 112(single occupancy).
Berastagi is a small town about 70 kilometres from Medan but at an elevation of about 1200 metres.
The inhabitants of Berastagi are Karo Bataks, most of whome are Christians, so don't be suprised to see a profusion of churches of all demoninations.
www.panasiahash2007.com /rambles.html   (526 words)

  
 Gundaling Hill Travel Guide, North Sumatra | AsiaExplorers
Viewpoint of Gunung Sibayak and Gunung Sinabung from Berastagi, Indonesia
Gundaling Hill is a 1575 meter hill in Berastagi.
As Berastagi itself is already 1300 meters above sea level, the height of Gundaling hill is only about 200-300 meters above the town.
www.asiaexplorers.com /indonesia/gundalinghill.htm   (336 words)

  
 Berastagi Resort - The Artistic and Uniquely Villa in Berastagi
Villa Berastagi Resort adalah salah satunya proyek terbaik dan terbesar di Berastagi dengan luas lahan + 4hektar.
Villa Berastagi Resort berada di kawasan bertumbuh pesat dan berprospek cerah karena terletak di beberapa hotel, villa dan vihara berskala besar.
Villa Berastagi Resort dikembangkan dengan konsep Manajemen Hotel dengan security 24 jam yang dilengkapi dengan berbagai fasilitas terlengkap yang terangkum di Casablanca Club House yang memiliki luas 5.000 m2.
www.berastagiresort.com   (150 words)

  
 Some questions on Nias, Danau Toba and Bukittingi - Thorn Tree Forum - Lonely Planet
Stay in Berastagi - from there it is really easy to get to Lingga and Dokan.
I hired a bicycle to get to one of them (can't remember which, the one that is closer to Berastagi.) It was a longish but beautiful ride.
When tourism was up money was being used well to restore some of the houses to their former glory, but these days there's not much of that to go around, but there's always guides who will show you around and then may ask for a donation to help with restoration.
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 Berastagi Travel Blogs   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Travel Blog » Asia » Indonesia » Sumatra »; Berastagi
The Lonely Planet describes Berastagi as a "Grotty Town".
As soon as I arrived I could feel that this was a place which was actually lived in, wandering round the market, seeing the people, I was in heaven.
www.travelblog.org /Asia/Indonesia/Sumatra/Berastagi/blogs-page-1.html   (141 words)

  
 Mutiara Holidays : Kami Memberikan Yang Terbaik
After lunch, will continue to another tourist city of Berastagi, where untouchable landscapes are the main attractions here.
Finally, arrived at Berastagi, dinner and overnight at the hotel.
After, we will stop at Berastagi fruit market to do some shopping.
www.mutiaraholidays.com /travel/itenaries01.htm   (354 words)

  
 Berastagi Things To Do - Travel Guides - VirtualTourist.com
Remeber that into the longhouse the womans do every activity, from cooking to washing, so the percentuage of the fog is drammatically high...and remember also that the longhouse is open on both side (no door) but you have anyway to take your shoes off...
The climb in general is not very difficult and there is no requiment to do this trek, but there are anyway certain points where people that are used to hike will definitely suffer less (or nothing at all) then other people that are not used to hike.
To get everything out of it, I recommend to bring a guide from Berastagi, who knows the trails and guides you to the best viewpoints and nicest routes.
www.virtualtourist.com /travel/Asia/Indonesia/North_Sumatra_Province/Berastagi-1222706/Things_To_Do-Berastagi-BR-1.html   (1048 words)

  
 Tanah Karo Online [ Tanahkaro!Foundation ] - Dari Berastagi ke Gundaling Hill
Kami dari USAID Amarta akan melaksanakan konvensi Stakeholders pertanian hortikultura di berastagi dengan jadwal dan agenda seperti di bawah ini.
Pada perjalanan dari kota Berastagi menuju Gundaling Hill, salah satu objek wisata di Dataran Tinggi Karo, beberapa waktu
Pasar) Buah Berastagi, semua hasil pertanian mudah sekali ditemukan.
www.tanahkaro.com /simalem/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=686&Itemid=52   (1359 words)

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