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Mount Mahawu

Tomohon 95415, Indonesia
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Nice view

Not too spectacular but worth a visit, be shure to take the 60min to walk around the crated to... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
Chillor1291
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Zurich, Switzerland
short visit to a small volcano

to get there you probably will want to get private transportation as the road to the entrance means... read more

Reviewed 11 April 2017
Sebastián V
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1 week ago
“Nice view”
2 Feb 2017
“Mahawu means the smoky one”
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Tomohon 95415, Indonesia
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Reviewed 1 week ago

Not too spectacular but worth a visit, be shure to take the 60min to walk around the crated to enjoy the view on Manado and surrounding.

Thank Chillor1291
Reviewed 11 April 2017

to get there you probably will want to get private transportation as the road to the entrance means some 6 km uphill. the check point is next to the parking lot and a few meters from the stairs that lead to the viewpoint of the...More

Thank Sebastián V
Reviewed 2 April 2017

This is a very accessible attraction in terms of how long it takes to reach. You can drive to a staircase that takes barely 5 minutes to climb, however the staircase is quite slippery when it has been raining (often). Make sure you climb on...More

Thank Remie V
Reviewed 2 February 2017

Mahawu volcano is one of the active volcanoes you can find on the Tondano Caldera. Famous place for bird watchers. In the dense forest we could observe 15 different species in 3 hours: Sulawesi Blue Flycatcher, Turquoise Flycatcher ssp. septentrionalis, Eyebrowed Thrush, Mountain white-eye, Sulawesi...More

1  Thank resortmountainview
Reviewed 15 January 2017

One follows a paved road from Tomohon via Rurukan, this one is the most popular as you can get very close to the crater on the motorcycle. For this reason, it was packed by young people. The other trail is lightly used as it follows...More

Thank Boleslav
Reviewed 4 January 2017

An educational trip for my family and my parents. Beautiful scenery along the road, a clean cool December breeze was a memorable experience. The 360 degree scenery : Mounts of Lokon, Soputan, Klabat, Dua Sudara; Lake of Tondano, Manado Bay with its famous Manado Tua,...More

Thank Ronny G
Reviewed 5 September 2016 via mobile

Visiting thus vulcano is free. However you do need your own transport as public transport does not go here. At the entrance you'll be asked a gift for maintenance purposes. The walk to the top of the vulcano is relatively easy: 10-15 minutes walking on...More

Thank Hanneke B
Reviewed 20 July 2016 via mobile

Mahawu is a volcano stratovolcano located in the east of the volcano Mount Lokon-Empung mountain in North Sulawesi, Indonesia. While in the distance looks Manado Tua Island and surrounding islands floating on the sea as a very broad Sulawesi. Mahawu has a 180 meter wide...More

Thank Mark D
Reviewed 18 July 2016

Being at the top of Mount Mahawu can see a broad landscape, as well as stunning natural panorama, plastered as far as the eye can see. The grandeur of Mount Lokon with Tompaluan crater, panoramic Tomohon, Manado, Lake Tondano, Bitung, Minahasa regency until Klabat Mountain...More

Thank cyahyobintang
Reviewed 17 July 2016 via mobile

Mahawu is a mountain that has a crater in the middle . I go there with friends of the class. To be able to reach the top of Mahawu I have to climb many stairs. Although tired, but when I arrived at the peak ,my...More

Thank Siliasr
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