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Walea beaches

Amazing beaches of Walea

Walea beaches

Walea Dive and Spa Resort is set on Waleabahi Island of Togian archipelago in the heart of Central Sulawesi in Indonesia. Togian archipelago, which is crossed by the equator, is composed by a handful of islands thrown like dices into the wide Gulf of Tomini that embraces Tomini Sea, also known as Sulawesi Sea. Thanks to this particular geographical position, Waleabahi, like all other islands in Togian archipelago, has a unique microclimate different from the ones that can be found in the nearby coast cities.
At Walea Dive and Spa Resort summer lasts all year due to its location on the equator and also to the big gulf that surrounds the archipelago protecting it from Asian monsoons and Australian winter storms.  Most days are consequentially bright and sunny and the short tropical rainfalls are well spread during the year and normally occur after sunset or during the night. This makes it possible for the temperature to vary only about 4 degrees throughout the year and to keep a stable average temperature of 32 degrees; water temperature is equally pleasant with its constant 29-31 degrees.
Our beaches are completely natural and untouched. Please find below some pictures of our favorite beaches in Walea and its immediate surroundings.


  • Tanjung Kramat - Point of desires

    Tanjung Kramat - Point of desires

    Cape of Mistery, sacred place of local populations

    Going through the forest behind the village you arrive at the long and untouched beach on the other side of the hill. From here, with a half an hour walk at most, you can reach the promontory of Tanjung Kramat (Cape of Mystery or of Desires) Details

  • Full day on the desert island

    Full day on the desert island

    At the limit of oceanic depths

    The farthest strip of land that faces the ocean at the end of the large Gulf of Tomini; a tiny atoll, which can be walked around in fifteen minutes. Details