Toraja is a mysterious place that one day is never enough to discover all of its beauty. Spend two days from Parepare to Toraja, coffee time at Pucak Lakawan, gazed at Kete Kesu traditional village, witness the daily local life in Rantepao Weekly market, and take a look at death ceremony in Londa and Lemo.

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Duration: 2 days
Start/End: Parepare Port/Parepare Port
Highlights: Pucak Lakawan, Toraja, Ke’te Kesu village, Londa, Rantepao Weekly market, Lemo
Tour Customizable: Absolutely! (Tell us your specific requirements in the inquiry form)
Tour Category: Parepare shore excursions

  • Full Itinerary
  • Inclusion & Exclusion
  • Accommodation

Day 1: Parepare Port – Toraja (L)

Set your first step at Parepare Port and welcomed by our guide and driver. Hop on a scenic drive to Toraja with some photo stops en route. Your drive will be more enjoyable by a break time sampling a cup of coffee in Pucak Lakawan while admiring the spectacular view of splendor mountains and green forest far away.

Pucak Lakawan coffeeArrive in Toraja, enjoy a savory lunch at a local restaurant. Then, head to Kete Kesu – the traditional village of Toraja. This ancient village has the age of over 400 years old without any change undoubtedly thanks to the well-preservation and traditional lifestyle of villagers. The place is mostly featured with the unique death ceremony.

Kete Kesu villageAfterward, trek through the dark tunnels to reach Londa caves – a jaw-dropping attraction consists of two natural caves. Considered as the burial chambers for villagers, the caves contain bones of the deceased that covered by the haunting but sacred atmosphere. When in sunset, driver takes you to hotel for dinner and free time relaxing.

Londa caves in Toraja

Day 2: Toraja – Parepare Port

In the morning, take a visit to Rantepao Weekly market held every six days with large livestock sales areas. The largest area is for buffalo and pig sales, other places sell fresh products, fish, vegetables, spices, fruits, coffee, and clothing. Get a glimpse of Toraja daily life by getting a closer look into their morning activities.

Rantepao Weekly marketContinue to Lemo – one of the oldest stone tomb complex in Toraja. The atmosphere is so quiescent that no word can describe exactly. Not gloomy, not scary, not overwhelmed, the indescribable feeling came from the sacred and meaningful spirit of the land which is said that has a connection with the Father Time and Mother Nature.

Lemo TorajaFinally, on the way back to Parepare, you stop for a delicious lunch. Trip ends when driver transfers you to port.

What’s included?

  • Round trip transfer from Parepare port to Toraja in private air-conditioned vehicle
  • English-speaking guide
  • Lunch in Toraja
  • 1 bottle of water per person per day

What’s excluded?

  • Other meals & drinks
  • Tips
  • Other personal expenses
  • Donation in the cultural event (if any)

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TorajaMisiliana Hotel