4D3N Tanjung Bira Tour

4D3N Makassar Tanjung Bira Tour

Day 1

Pick up in Makassar airport, go to Jene Ponto, Bulukumba, Tanah Beru, Tanjung Bira
Day 2
Free program in Tanjung Bira (swimming, snorkeling, diving etc), see the tomb of Datuk Ritiro and the customs of the Tanjung Bira society
Day 3
Free program in Tanjung Bira.
Day 4
Free program before heading to Makassar, shopping for souvenirs, transfer to the airport


  • Airport shuttle
  • Transport during the tour
  • Accomodation in 3-4* hotel (twin sharing)
  • Full board meals as itinerary
  • Entrance fee
  • Guide
  • Mineral water, toll and parking fees
  • Snorkeling, diving (optional)


  • Flight ticket
  • Personal expenses (drink, laundry, etc)
  • Tips for guide & driver
Duration : 4 Days
Availability : Daily
Minimum : 2
Maximum : 20

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Per Person (2-3 Pax)
IDR 6.322.500
Per Person (4-6 Pax)
IDR 4.832.000
Per Person (Min 10 Pax)
IDR 2.450.500

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Tanjung Bira, South Sulawesi

About 4D3N Tanjung Bira Tour

Tanjung Bira is located in Bulukumba, South Sulawesi Province. Its distance to Makassar is approximately 200 km or it's located in the most southern mainland of South Sulawesi. Tanjung Bira known for its white sand that looks like powder. Its underwater nature is also charming. The scenery at dusk is no less beautiful. Shades of the sky and sunset dim light makes the audience swayed by its beauty.

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137 Reviews from TripAdvisor Traveler Rating
William B (Indonesia)
Reviewed 02 Sep 2016

"nice white sand beach"

World class beach, great view and so clear water. Also, you can see sunset from this beach. Some hotels and resort are available. But, it has limited access of water and electricity in some hotels...

Visited Oct 2015

Dyonisius D (Jakarta, Indonesia)
Reviewed 25 Aug 2016

"Tanjung Bira, a beautiful place to go"

Along the way to reach Tanjung Bira from Makassar you may visit several beautiful places such as Tamalahea, Jeneponto, Bantaeng and Bulukumba. 5 hours drive would be paid off with the panaromic view...

Visited Aug 2016

Nicolaas H (Lyon, France)
Reviewed 21 Aug 2016

"Out of the world (but not on public holidays)"

This must be a classical day-out trip for Makassar people, as the many wooden houses one can rent for a day suggest. But outside these period, when the Indonesians do not have an official public...

Visited Aug 2016

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