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Spectacular Toba Lake

With its colorful and ethnically mixed population, North Sumatera is Indonesia’s most populous province outside of Java.Tourism highlights includes the scenic beauties of Lake Toba and the Karo Highlands.

CITY HIGHLIGHTS :
Medan : the provincial capital of North Sumatera, central of government, business and education.
Brastagis : a refreshing mountain resort, two hours drive from medan,center for vegetable, fruit and flower farming.
Parapat : mountain and lake resort on eastern shore af Lake Toba
Lake Toba : The biggest lake in Sumatera and entirely Indonesoa
Samosir : Tiny Island within and island in the middle of Lake Toba,central of Traditional Batak’s culture.

DAY 01 : Arrival Medan – Brastagi
DAY 02 : Brastagi – Parapat – Samosir
DAY 03 : Samosir – Parapat – Medan
DAY 04 : Medan departure

Inclusions :
• 1 Nights accommodation in Brastagi,samosir and Medan
• A spectacular sightseeing tour arrangement during the trip to each town
• Full board meals
• Profesional Guide Local

The largest island forming the western shorne of the archipelago of Indonesia which looks like California in shape, is a vast and varied region of rich geological and culture diversity.From Medan in the north with its neolitic ( stone – age ) culture and magnificent Lake Toba to matrilineal society of the Minangkabau people vibrant scenery,cultural heritages, and developed infrastructure og highways making overland jourseys more enjoyable.

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