3D2N Makassar Sulawesi Tour

3 Days 2 Nights Makassar Tour Package

Itinerary:
Day 1

Pick up in Makassar airport, go to Bantimurung Waterfall, Fort Rotterdam, Losari Beach
Day 2
Come to see the Tomb of Sheikh Yusuf and Sultan Hasanuddin, , Katangka Mosque,  Balla Lompoa (a palace of Gowa), Somba Opu
Day 3
Shopping for souvenirs, transfer to the airport

Includes:

  • 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)

Excludes:

  • Flight ticket
  • Personal expenses (drink, laundry, etc)
  • Tips for guide & driver
Duration : 3 Days
Availability : Daily
Minimum : 2
Maximum : 20
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Per Person (In Group of 2-3 Pax)
IDR 4.284.500
Per Person (In Group of 4-6 Pax)
IDR 3.025.000
Per Person (In Group of Min 10 Pax)
IDR 1.687.900
TOTAL : IDR

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Makassar, South Sulawesi

About 3D2N Makassar Sulawesi Tour

South Sulawesi region has many interesting sights, including objects holiday in the city of Makassar. As the largest city in eastern Indonesia, the city has many charming location making it suitable as a vacation destination. There are theme park, natural sites, historic sites, or its culinary that you should try.

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TerryLondon_England (London, England)
Reviewed 08 Jun 2017

"Nice promenade to catch some sun. Get ready for photo and interview requests."

Pantai Losari is all about the promenade. There's no beach to sit on as such. Every time I came here to stroll along the promenade or sit down to get some sun I was asked for a photo. The ladies were...

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Little_Bird2003 (Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia)
Reviewed 08 Jun 2017

"Very lively"

This is not really a beach in the classical sense. Most of the area has been reclaimed. It is still worth a visit as the place is very popular among the locals. So it is a good place for people...

Visited Aug 2016 Read More...


Elton H (Malaysia)
Reviewed 04 Jun 2017

"Not well maintained beach!"

The beach was fine, it is where you get to meet and experience the lives of local in Makassar. However, the word statue are vandalized and not well maintain. Shame!

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