Tourism of Lake Toba, North Sumatra

Lake Toba North Sumatra

Lake Toba is a giant lake that is formed as a result of volcanic activity. The lake is 100 km long and 30 km wide and is said to be the most beautiful volcanic lake that Indonesia.

Lake Toba Tourism, North Sumatra - If you hear the name Lake Toba, of course, you are already familiar with tourist attractions that are famous for their natural charm that is very beautiful, charming, and slick. So that anyone who visits there will feel as if they are in a world heaven.

The beauty of Lake Toba with Samosir Island in the middle has indeed managed to attract the attention of tourists, not only locally, but also internationally.

Not only the lake tourism is interesting, there visitors can also explore the pine forest area around the lake, enjoy warm baths, and play around the waterfall.

In addition, there are also two tourist villages on Samosir Island which are also not free from tourists, namely "Tomok and Tuktuk".

In Tomok, you can visit the tomb of King Sidabutar, the Batak Museum, and see the Sigale-gale puppet show.

Whereas in Tuktuk, there are many inns at cheap prices, and are ready to serve you if you want to spend the night there. You can choose lodging that suits your will.

Lake Toba is a large natural lake in Indonesia occupying the caldera of a supervolcano. The lake is about 100 kilometres long, 30 kilometres wide, and up to 505 metres deep.
Area: 1,130 km²
Province: North Sumatra

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