• Trip Code


  • Location

    South Sulawesi

  • Meeting Point


  • Number of Pax

    Min. 8 pax


Jesus Statue in Burake / Tau Tau / Tongkonan / Boat Maker Village / Batu Tumonga / Sengkang / Rammang Rammang / Makassar


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Sulawesi is one of the main islands of Indonesia, and the 11th largest island in the world. With four spindly arms spinning outward, Sulawesi’s spidery shape is easily recognizable.

This enormous island has much to offer the visitor from extraordinary unique cultures, to an under-explored mountainous hinterland, and several truly world class diving spots.


South Sulawesi

South Sulawesi is one of Indonesia Provinces that lies on Sulawesi Island. Makassar is the capital of this province that was called as Ujung Pandang. The local inhabitant that stay in South Sulawesi is dominated by Bugis and Makassar people, but Toraja ethnic is the indigenous ethnic people from South Sulawesi.


Torajan are still living on mountainous range, based on their name meaning on Bugis language, “to riaja” referred to “people of the uplands”. Torajan cultural initiation that popular is about their funeral rite of bury the death people. They placed the death people on carved into rocky cliff. The carve is symbolizing the death person called Tau-tau. Tau-tau is made from jack fruit wood, strong wood, and to cut this timber, must be done with traditional ceremony of Toraja, while the eyes of Tau-tau is made of the bone and buffalo horn.


Jesus Statue in Burake

Standing high on Buntu Burake hill,  this Tana Toraja icon with its 40 m tall, is the tallest Jesus statue in the world after the one in Polandia which is 52,5 m tall.

Funeral Ritual

Uniquely, to the Torajans, death has always been a central theme, where in addition to the well-known elaborate funeral ceremonies, Torajans also honor the deceased by carving out the likeness of the dead, known as Tau-tau.


Tongkonan is the traditional ancestral house, or rumah adat of the Torajan people, in South Sulawesi, Indonesia. Tongkonan have a distinguishing boat-shaped and oversized saddleback roof.


Sengkang is a town in South Sulawesi province of Indonesia and it is the seat of Wajo Regency. It lies on the east side of Lake Tempe, a shallow lake fringed by wetlands with traditional floating houses and a large population of wonderful birdlife.

Batu Tumonga

There is no better place in Toraja to experience the beauty of nature than Batutumonga. Batutumonga offers relaxing ambiance, cool temperature, and beautiful views.  It is the perfect place to visit, sit, relax and drink a warm cup of Tana Torajan coffee.

Rammang Rammang

Rammang-Rammang is a place in the karst mountain range (limestone) in Maros-Pangkep. It settled in Salenrang village, District Bontoa, Maros, South Sulawesi province, or about 40 km north of Makassar. Rammang Rammang Lime stone forest scattered for about 45 000 hectares (45A km²) and this is the third largest karst areas in the world, after Tsingy in Madagascar and Shilin in China. There are two stone forest park complex in Rammang-Rammang that located in the north and in the south.


DAY 1: Makassar – Rammang Rammang – Sengkang (B, L)

After breakfast, get ready to check out as today we will go to Rammang-Rammang and Sengkang. Stop by silk weaving centre and Lake Tempe with the floating houses. The journey will take about 5-6 hours.

DAY 2: Sengkang – Toraja (B, L)

After breakfast, get ready to check out as today we will go to Toraja via Pare Pare. Along the way, we will stop by Enrekang to enjoy the view before checking in to the hotel in Rantepao. The journey from Sengkang to Toraja will take about 6-7 hours.

DAY 3: Toraja (B, L)

After breakfast, we will go to Bolu, the animal market, and Palawa, the centre of traditional houses with many rice stores. Then we will go further up to Tinimbayo to see thousand of terrace rice field and also Batu Tumonga for a scenic panorama view at around 1200 mdpl high. After lunch, we will have a short for to rice field and then return to the hotel.

DAY 4: Toraja (B, L)

After breakfast, we will go to Lemoa for the stones grave with statues lining up in front of cliff tombs and also to Burake for the Statue of Jesus. Then we will continue to Suaya, the king stone grave with the oldest Tau Tau and Kambira, the babies grave in a living tree. Lunch will be served in a local restaurant. After that, we will have a short walk from Bebo to Karuaya for about 30 minutes to 1 hour and then return to the hotel.

DAY 5: Toraja – Makassar (B, L)

After breakfast, packing up and get ready to go back to Makassar. The journey from Toraja to Makassar will take about 8-9 hours. We will stop by along the way for lunch. Drop-off at the airport.


• 4 nights accommodation (twin-sharing)
– 3 nights in Toraja
– 1 night in Sengkang
• Transportation during the trip
• Meals as stated on the itinerary
• All necessary permits, retributions, and administrative requirements
• Tour Guide and/or Leader
• Mineral Water


• Transportation from your city to the meeting point
• Visa on Arrival (if applicable)
• Optional tours which are not stated on the itinerary
• Personal expenses
• Gratuity for guides
• Travel Insurance


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