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Friday, 5 September 2014

Hoga Island, The Beauty of the Paradise Island in Southeast Sulawesi

Hoga is one of the locations in a group of islands in the Wakatobi, Southeast Sulawesi. Hoga is join in the tourism management environment with the status of National Park in Wakatobi, Southeast Sulawesi. It’s not hard to get to the island of Hoga, because sea transport in this region is quite routine. From the city of Kendari to Bau Bau heading, then headed to the dock Wanci in Wakatobi. In this Wanci dock, many found the ship or boat can be boarded at a price that varied.
Hoga is a very small village in the north end of town Baubau. Over the years, Hoga Island Dive Resort has been popular with adventurous tourists from various countries to enjoy the natural sea with cheap accommodation, lodging a clean, healthy food and tranquility atmosphere.

Hoga become popular since its location to be the main post of scientific activities and research institutions Operation Wallace and WWF, the two institutions from abroad this is to maintain and control the activities of conservation on the island of Hoga and Wakatobi. Hoga Island area is one spot coral reefs of Wakatobi archipelago known as the largest coral reef in the world.
Atmosphere Hoga Island was very beautiful, lush and shady yew forest. Many traditional house built on stilts overlooking the beach and sea, each with its own balcony and a hammock for relaxing. Each house consists of two rooms share one bathroom with clean water from a natural well. On the beaches are many available facilities hammocks where guests quietly enjoying the cool air and spectacular sunset views. Hoga Island Resort has a burning electrical facilities from 18:00 until 22:00.
Often served on the beach, the food is varied and inexpensive form of fresh seafood caught by local fishermen. In addition to traditional dishes, often served international menu include Wiah chips and spaghetti. The region of Hoga has waters with water visibility almost 90%, the water is clear like glass so that visitors can enjoy the coral reefs and other marine fauna freely just by snorkeling on the surface.
When there is no activity in the sea, Hoga offers other fun tourist activities like tracking around the island (5-6 hours at low tide), a visit to a tribal village Water (Bajo tribe), travel by motorcycle near Kaledupa or with Sombano Lake boat into the lake. Hoga Island also has a small library that provides books in various languages ​​as well as reference books marine life.

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