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I am planning a week trip to the Togian Islands in November.
Does anyone please have schedule information on boats between Gorontalo and togian. I need to know what days and what times I can leave and come back.
Thanks a lot, to anyone who knows

Tuti & Jan
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Maybe you find what you are looking for at:

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Ferry information for the Togians on:

p.s. I can recommend:

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I am also planning to visit the Togean Island (Kadidiri) in October 2007. From there I would like to travel further to Tomohon.

My first option is to take the overnight ferry to Gorontalo. But many touragents are trying to discourage me to take that boat, because it is unreliable and very uncomfortable. I would like to know if someone take this ferry and what are your experience.

Any other experience leaving Togean Island to Manado/Tomohon is also welcome.

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We also planned to go visit the Togean islands in september 2007. Is it worthwhile to go there, since it is a so remote place? Can you do anything else besides snorkelling and diving. Is it possible to stay with the locals or do you have to book a hotel or resort?
best regards

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tigerhead, I think it is impossible to get reliable information about boats to Togean from Gorontalo, especially such a long time in advance. We were in Gorontalo last october. We wanted to go to Togean, but the only big (direct) ferry had just left the day before we arrived. It would go again a week later. We didn't want to take a wooden boat (the weather was to rough, too windy) at that time, so we skipped Togean. Later we met a couple that had arrived from Gorontalo with a big ferry, they had even rented a cabin and slept very well during the overnight trip. We also went down to the harbour to enquire about future boats and schedules, but even there they didn't know. They said they would like to have more frequent boats. Friendly smiles and words, but no information. If you have time just go there and see whatever transportation you can find.

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