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  North Sulawesi - Diving, Travel, Adventure in Indonesia: General Tourist Information
North Sulawesi is one of the 32 provinces in the Republic of Indonesia, with its capital city being Manado (formely also called "Menado").
To the North this region borders on the Republic of the Philippines, Sulawesi Sea and the Pacific Ocean.
Wallace's Line, as this boundary is still known, is drawn between Bali and Lombok and between Kalimantan and Sulawesi, and continues South of the Philippines and North of Hawaii to mark the difference in the fauna and flora which belonged to the separate land masses in the last ice age.
www.north-sulawesi.com /sul_info.html   (4378 words)

  
 :Diving Bunaken Diving Manado - Bastianos Diving Resort, North Sulawesi - Indonesia
We're on the west coast of Bunaken Island, a short trip from Manado in North Sulawesi.
Manado is the capital of North Sulawesi province in Indonesia.
The island of Sulawesi is east of Borneo and a little south of the Philippines...
www.bastianos.com   (417 words)

  
 archipelaGoNorth Sulawesi
Historical events in North Sulawesi are mostly based on sources from the past, prior to the arrival of the Europeans.
In the north, this province is bounded by southern Philippines and the Sulawesi Sea.
North Sulawesi is one of the biggest producer of fish in Indonesia, especially tuna (cackling), shrimps, and seaweed.
www.goarchi.com /archo/provinces/n-sula/n-sultour.html   (4700 words)

  
 Aggressor: North Sulawesi Aggressor
North Sulawesi diving showcases the North Sulawesi diving showcases the greatest concentration of exotic marine animals yet to be discovered.
North Sulawesi is a very quiet, remote portion of the large Sulawesi region.
Continue your Sulawesi adventure with a tour at the Tangkoko Batuangus Nature Reserve which is the home of the Taursius Monkeys and the Black-Tailless Monkeys.
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 History of North Sulawesi, Indonesia - The Permesta Rebellion.
Negotiations between the central government and the Sulawesi military leaders prevented violence in southern Sulawesi, but the North Sulawesi leaders were dissatisfied with the agreements and the movement split.
By this time the central government had the situation in southern Sulawesi pretty much under control but in the north they had no strong local figure to rely upon and there were rumors that the USA, suspected of supplying arms to rebels in Sumatra, was also in contact with the North Sulawesi leaders.
The effect of both the Sumatran and Sulawesi rebellions was to strengthen exactly those trends the rebels had hoped to weaken.
www.north-sulawesi.org /nhistory.html   (1013 words)

  
 Sulawesi
South Sulawesi is an island at the crossroads of strategic sea lanes famous for its tremendous scenery and the quality and talent of its silk and silverwork industries.
The Bugis dominated the southern tip of Sulawesi, but in the north the country is referred to as the 'Land of the Heavenly Kings' because of its unique culture.
All houses face north because it is believed the ancestors of the Toraja came from the north.
www.pacificislandtravel.com /asia/indonesia/about_destin/sulawesi.html   (529 words)

  
 About North Sulawesi, Indonesia
North Celebes is one of 34 province in Indonesia with the capital city is Manado.
North Celebes, is tropical climate, with the temperature is 32'C on the day light and 24oC on the night time and some times raining, amount of rainfall at that place more heavy between December to March and August to September is Summer for the year.
The people from North Celebes they called “Minahasa”; actually Minahasa it is not an ethnic but called or it is mean from the first time by Mr JD Schierstein on the date 8 October 1789 at the time reconciliation between sub ethnic Bantik and Toumbolu (Tateli) and Tolour group also Tounsawang group.
www.adventurindo.com /about.htm   (599 words)

  
 The History of North Celebes - Sulawesi Island
Magnificent coral gardens and a multitude of Tropical marine life defend coastlines of virgin-white beaches in the north of the or chid shaped island of Sulawesi.
The Sangir-Talaud islands, to the north of the mainland, form a natural bridge to the Philippines providing a convenient route for peoples and cultures to easily move between Indonesia and the Philippines, and many traces of Filipino culture can still be found here.
North Sulawesi has a larger concentration of coconut trees than anywhere else in Indonesia.
www.indonesia-tourism.com /north-sulawesi/history.html   (362 words)

  
 North Sulawesi - Diving, Travel, Adventure in Indonesia
North Sulawesi has an abundance and variety of accommodation and facilities available to meet the needs of travelers from backpackers and budget class to four-star resorts.
The diving ranges from the magnificent coral gardens of Bunaken Marine Park and Bangka Strait to the walls of fishes and underwater volcanoes of the Sangihe Islands to the unusual and rarely seen critters of Lembeh Strait.
North Sulawesi Newsletter (Adobe Acrobat file, 24 pages, 5.9 MB).
www.north-sulawesi.com   (478 words)

  
 PreventConflict.org - Maps - Sulawesi
Sulawesi is comprised of five separate provinces: South Sulawesi (capital Makassar), North Sulawesi (capital Menado), Gorontalo (capital: Gorontalo), Central Sulawesi, (capital Palu) and Southeast Sulawesi, (capital Kendari).
Sulawesi is comprised of four separate peninsula provinces: South Sulawesi (capital Ujungpandang), North Sulawesi (capital Menado), Central Sulawesi, (capital Palu) and Southeast Sulawesi, (capital Kendari).
Sulawesi is home to a number of ethnic groups including Bugis, Makasarese and Mandarese of the southern coasts, the Toraja of the highlands, and the Minahasans of the north.
www.preventconflict.org /portal/main/maps_sulawesi_overview.php   (463 words)

  
 North Sulawesi Tourism Promotion Board, Indonesia
WELCOME TO As the Governor of North Sulawesi, it will indeed be a great pleasure to welcome you to our safe and beautiful Province, which has come to be known as "The Land of Smiling People".
This website is an endeavor by the North Sulawesi Tourism Promotion Board to extensively introduce and offer our province to the international and national tourist.
As one of the newest developing destinations in Asia, North Sulawesi has a full range of activities, from world-class diving and snorkeling, to volcano trekking, white water rafting and a variety of historic and cultural attractions to keep all ages captivated.
www.north-sulawesi.org   (857 words)

  
 North Sulawesi travel guide - Wikitravel
North Sulawesi (Sulawesi Utara, abbreviated Sulut) is a province at the northeastern tip of the island of Sulawesi, Indonesia.
Scuba diving is the main draw for tourists to North Sulawesi, with the area around Bunaken being particularly popular.
Food from North Sulawesi is known in Indonesia as Manadonese or Minahasa cuisine, and is covered under Manado.
wikitravel.org /en/North_Sulawesi   (231 words)

  
 Sulawesi Summary
Sulawesi, formerly known as Celebes, is a large island in the Malay Archipelago in eastern Indonesia.
The island is surrounded in the west by Borneo, the north by the Philippines, east by Maluku, and to the south by Flores and Timor.
The largest native mammal in Sulawesi is the dwarf buffalo, locally known as the anoa.
www.bookrags.com /Sulawesi   (922 words)

  
 north sulawesi
North Sulawesi features more than 60 dive sites; Bunaken island groups, Bangka island, Talise island, the Sangihe - Talaud islands (underwater volcano - diving the ring of fire), the Lembeh Island (the strait is rich in both numbers of animals and in diversity - as testimony of the National Geographic Explorer).
In the Minahasa highland (one of the three regions of North Sulawesi), hinterland of Manado, the fertile terrain is suited for the cultivation of crops such as coconut, padi, corn, sago and spices such as nutmeg, cloves and vanilla.
This is a spectacular area which offers you the possibility to see not only some of the Sulawesi's unique animals and plants, but also a wealth of corals and fishes.
members.tripod.com /rico_toursulawesi/north_sulawesi.htm   (1050 words)

  
 Sulawesi - Indonesia - Manado - Bunaken - Manado - North Sulawesi - INDONESIA DIVING, DIVE INDONESIA, MANADO DIVING, ...
Once called Celebes, Sulawesi was born of a violent collision between two islands three million years ago.
Sulawesi offers excellent trekking, white water rafting, sailboarding, eco tourism, cruises and sailing and scuba diving.
Further north lie the Sangihe-Talaud Islands, dominated by the 1,827 meter Karangetang volcano with its sulphurous clouds.
www.indonesiapromo.com /sulawesi.html   (649 words)

  
 Sulawesi - South Sulawesi - North Sulawesi - Toraja - Bunaken - Tangkoko Nature Reserve
A unique shaped island Sulawesi - formelly known as Celebes - lying across the sea between Kalimantan (Borneo) in the west and Maluku in the east.
The marine tourism in Sulawesi is also considered as one the of the best in the world.
The superb beach and coral reefs of Bunaken marine park in north Sulawesi is waiting for you to explore, while the other untouched under water world in Togian and Banggai in Central Sulawesi are waiting to be discovered.
www.indonesiatravelinfo.com /Sulawesi.htm   (255 words)

  
 Diving Bunaken. Dive Lembeh, Bangka, Sangihe islands with MY Liburan Manado Liveaboards in North Sulawesi, all about ...
We are most pleased to be able to help you plan your visit to the North Sulawesi.
as one of the most popular liveaboard diving companies in the North Sulawesi, we know that the search for the perfect liveaboard dive vacation can be exhausting.
Specializing in North Sulawesi diving liveaboards, for diving Bunaken, Lembeh, Bangka and Sangihe Islands - it is what we do best.
www.diveliburan.com   (425 words)

  
 Sulawesi Island, About Sulawesi Island, Celebes - Indonesia
Most interesting to visitors are the more populated north and south regions while the central region is a little known area rarely visited (through, of course, for some travelers this is the most attractive regions.
You'll also be struck by the unusual architecture of the traditional Toraja house,the "tongkonan".The roof rises at both ends like the bow and stern of a ship and legend has it that this was the shape of the vessels that carried their ancestors here.
North Sulawesi has an abundance and variety of accommodation and facilities available to meet the needs of travelers from backpackers and budget class to four-star resorts.
www.bali-travel-online.com /sulawesi/about_sulawesi.htm   (1117 words)

  
 Dive NORTH SULAWESI AGGRESSOR -- with U.S. Dive Travel.
North Sulawesi Aggressor  is built to U.S. Coast Guard and A.B.S. standards with a full line complement of safety equipment.
North Sulawesi is in the northern most part of central Indonesia.
The North Sulawesi Aggressor charter is seven days, first Saturday afternoon to final Saturday morning with five and one-half days of Indonesia scuba diving.
www.usdivetravel.com /V-NorthSulawesiAggressor.htm   (2839 words)

  
 Diving Sulawesi Tourist Information
Sulawesi - an oddly shaped island in the north of Indonesia is home to world-famous dive destinations such as Togian Islands, Wakatobi, Lembeh Strait, Bunaken and Bangka near Manado, places high on the wishlist of divers everywhere.
Sulawesi lies to the east of Borneo, to the west of the Moluccas and has a common border with the Philippines due north.
Sulawesi was given the name as Celebes by the Portuguese who, in 1512 were the first European arrivals, shortly followed by Spanish missionaries preaching their way down from the Philippines.
www.divetheworldindonesia.com /sulawesi-tourist-information.htm   (1675 words)

  
 Sulawesi Island
Sulawesi is divided into four regions ; South, South East, Central and North Sulawesi.
Sulawesi is a holiday destination that is becoming popular with those in search of the exotic.
South Sulawesi is a region of dramatic contrasts - of rugged volcanic peaks and glistening white beaches.
www.fortunecity.com /oasis/yosemite/58/ss.html   (587 words)

  
 North Sulawesi, Indonesia Report featuring Manado, Lembeh, and Bangka
It was recently my pleasure to make another dive exploration of North Sulawesi, Indonesia, an area that offers some of the worlds most interesting and pristine scuba diving.
North Sulawesi, and in particular Lembeh Strait, is said to contain the world's greatest diversity of marine bio-diversity on our planet.
In North Sulawesi is Manado, capitol of the region, the area of Indonesia with highest Christian population, and the focus of this report.
www.divetrip.com /manadorpt.htm   (2465 words)

  
 NORTH SULAWESI TOURISM
or an average of 0,57% of the entire North Sulawesi province.
A monument to reminisce the meritorious young me from North Sulawesi, Wolter Monginsidi and Piere Tendean.
For the historian and those who want to observe art, cultural and historical remains, this museum offers visual information and the presentation of art, cultural and historical remains of the four ethnic groups inhabited North Sulawesi, including from Batak tribe (West Sumatra), Lombok (West Nusatenggara), Bali, central Sulawesi and Irian Jaya.
www.sulut.go.id /tourism/manado.html   (537 words)

  
 Manado, North Sulawesi - Indonesia Tour Packages   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Manado, the capital city of North Sulawesi, has a good number of hotels and restaurants as well as bars and karaoke lounges.
On a clear morning from the rim of Mahawu's steaming crater we got a bird's eye view of the whole region right down to the city of Manado and Bunaken island to the north and as far as Bitung and Mt. Duasaudara to the east.
The fertile soils of the Minahasa highlands have made them some of the msot productive for agriculture, and it seems everywhere you look up here are neat rows of cabbages, carrots, spring onions and other vegetables that eventually find their way to the Tomohon market.
www.travellingtoindonesia.com /sulawesi/north.htm   (323 words)

  
 North Sulawesi
There are many good dive sites in the region, but in my opinion the two most exciting spots are Sipadan Island (East Borneo) and North Sulawesi (including Lembeh strait and a few islands approachable from Manado).
There are a few other dive spots in the world that are more scenic but nowhere else you can find such concentration of various species that are within minutes reach from the same resort.
My first introduction to North Sulawesi was in year 2000 when I visited Murex resort and dived near Bunaken and Manado Tua islands.
www.sergeyphoto.com /underwater/nsulawesi.html   (287 words)

  
 Sun.Star Davao - Jags-CT, North Sulawesi trade boosts BIMP-Eaga
Entjeng said the Ambassador of the Republic of Indonesia to the Philippines and Governor Sinyo Harry Sarundajang of North Sulawesi appreciated the Jags-CT trade mission.
Booked for shipment to North Sulawesi were beauty soap and cosmetics, construction materials (cement and paints), banana and cacao.
Products to be imported from North Sulawesi will include construction materials (tiles and roofs) and virgin coconut oil, according to the Indonesian consul.
www.sunstar.com.ph /static/dav/2006/10/03/bus/jags.ct.north.sulawesi.trade.boosts.bimp.eaga.html   (425 words)

  
 Dive North Sulawesi - Bunaken, Manado, Lembeh Strait, Gangga
Check out the links below, to stay and dive with the best dive resorts North Sulawesi has to offer.
North Sulawesi Governor takes eco-friendly stance against gold mine
Pristine dive sites in North Sulawesi spared from the dumping of mine waste into its waters
www.divenorthsulawesi.com   (133 words)

  
 Dive North Sulawesi - Siladen Resort & Spa North Sulawesi
Dive North Sulawesi - Siladen Resort and Spa North Sulawesi
Exclusively located in the heart of the world renowned Bunaken National Marine Park, on the lush tropical island of Pulau Siladen, Siladen Resort and Spa offers guests an elegant and relaxing atmosphere and an unforgettable experience.
Come to be pampered… you won't forget it.
www.divenorthsulawesi.com /siladen_resort.html   (132 words)

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