Discover the best top things to do in Ternate, Indonesia including Sulamadaha beach, Lake Tolire Besar, Batu Angus Ternate, Ngade Lake, Fort Tolukko, Al Munawwaroh Ternate Great Mosque, Kalamata Fort, Dodola Island, Mount Gamalama, Sultan Ternate Mosque.
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4.5 based on 105 reviews
Very good beach especially if u visited nearby area where local people there call "haull". This "haul" actually a bay where we can swim, do snorkeling or diving. This area was so beautiful, the sea was so clear that we can see the fish and everything else beneath the water.
Very worth to visit this place, we can reach this "haul" area by 5 minutes walking from the sulamadaha beach or we can hire a speed boat
4 based on 99 reviews
4 based on 98 reviews
This place is worth stopping at (and paying the parking) but won't keep you occupied for long. It is an area covered in igneous rock (hangus = charred) and local students have planted flowers and carved out a path to several gazebos which make for a nice place to sit and watch the sunset. If you are driving around the island and need a break there are many places to choose and for me this was one of the least spectacular but still worth seeing.
4.5 based on 33 reviews
You can visit this lake on a long (and sweaty!) walk from the city centre or take a taxi most of the way. It's really pretty but not at it's best owing to the chronic Ternate problem - lack of maintenance! I suspect that the snack barrows contribute to the general air of neglect and strewn rubbish!
4 based on 38 reviews
4 based on 20 reviews
The central mosque in Ternate city, side by side with ocean, it built on the ocean, beneath the mosque is dive spot for macro lover, on the afternoon combining with the gamalama mt. created a specta sunset! Don't forget to try various local food tend near the mosque
3.5 based on 48 reviews
4.5 based on 10 reviews
Been there twice & love the place a lot. The boat rent is a bit expensive so better to negotiate well with the boat owner. To reach this island you have the possibility to visit Zum-Zum island too as it includes on the boat rent fee :) Try to stay one or two nights on the bungalow in Dodola and enjoy fishing or swimming on your "private island". Less people come during weekdays :)
5 based on 9 reviews
climbed up to the mount accompagnied by two local guides - I do not recommand to go alone without help of a local, but you should a) make sure the guide knows what he's doing, b) negotiate a reasonable price (I payed around 35 EUR for both incl. food). You should leave quite early and hopefully you are lucky and have a sunny day, although the weather may change rapidly too. The visit takes you the whole day and you should be prepared that there is not a good path way - it's all nature, there are no handrails, no steps, only a narrow path that is very steep. The first part is crossing plantation forest with clove, nutmeg, mangosteen trees etc., more uphill there is jungle. You should wear proper hiking shoes (although some local climb up in flip flops ;-) There are different paths to reach the summit, divided by kind of "camps" - places to rest (do enough rests). You should be in good shape cause it is really exhausting to go up. Take enough drinking water and some food with you.
Some parts of the path require certain climbing skills, you should be careful cause it's slippery. Arrived in top you have either have a brilliant view on the surrounding or your in the clouds, you can walk around watching some small and big craters. Going down is faster but plan enough time to arrive in the lower parts of plantation forest before it is dark.
4.5 based on 12 reviews
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