Lore Lindu Megalith Trekking Tours (7 Days / 6 Nights)
On your arrival at Mutiara Sis-Aldjufrie Airport Palu, then you will meet by our guide, Checkin at Sutan Raja Hotel , visit Museum Negeri Palu by traditional Horse – Cart which is called Dokar. This museum provides factual information about culture and nature of Central Sulawesi Province. Lunch will be served at Hotels Restaurant. Afternoon visiting the traditional local sand mine at Palu river. Dinner and overnight at Sutan Raja
Depart Palu for Gimpu 100 km away by car about 3 hours drive and proceed your trekking to the beautiful isolated village, Moa 24 km away about 5 hours trekk. Lunch will be served on the way in the jungle. Arrive in Moa in the afternoon then transfer to villager home-stay for overnight. Dinne and overnight in the home stay.
(Moa and surrounding) Village Activities
Morning trekking to Moa 21 km away, for more information please contact us
The trekking in Lore Lindu national Park depend on your request, we may starting point from Tentena or Pendolo. If You starting the trekking from Tentena the trip will be in end in Palu with the route Tentena – Gintu (Bada Valley) – Tuare village – Moa Village and Gimpu or if you starting your trip from Palu then the route will be like this, Palu – Gimpu – Moa – Tuare – Gintu and end your trip in Tentena the beautiful town located in the bank of Poso Lake, the biggest and the water always clear most of the year.
Regarding your trekking trip just make sure you have enough ability to hike/walk thru the thickest jungle rainforest in Central Sulawesi. In Lore Lindu National park home of Lore Culture such as Bada, Napu and Besoa tribes. The most important things are the megalith stones, some are huge clilindrical stone vats, and giants of prehistorical rock spread over the valleys. You also can see and visit the Bark Clothes maker as a local home industry, bamboo orchestra and also a traditional dances called “Modero”. This dance will held after the harvesting time or during the local wedding Ceremony in the villages. Very easy dance, just holding hands to each other and moving around the circle following the ryhtm of a gong.