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North Sulawesi, Rafting, Minahasa

North Sulawesi, Rafting, Minahasa

http://www.toyayatra.com/rafting-at-minahasa-sulawesi.html

Rafting-Minahasa

Enjoy rafting at Minahasathrough different classes of rapids ranging from intermediate to advance: 35 rapids (10 km along the river) on ½ day trip on Nimanga River and about 60 rapids (35 km along the river) on our 2 days and 1 night trip in Ranoyapo.

Feel and see Minahasa’s true spirit, amazing scenery and varied wildlife which include the “yaki” monkey and a vast array of birds and also the Rhyticeros Cassidix Hornbill and different kingfishers (yaki/monkey = Crested Macaque/Macaca Nigra).

Start : Timbukar – Sonder, Tangkuney Village, Tumpaan Sub District, South Minahasa

Finish : Meruasey Village, Tumpaan Sub District, South Minahasa

Length of Trip : 10 km, 2 days and 1 night trip

Class of River : 3

Access ; Asphalt road

Nearest Airport : Manado (1.5 hours)

Facilities : Hotels/guest houses, restaurants, restrooms, telephone lines

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