The Togian or Togean Islands are best known for the wealth of marine life found in the Bay of Tomini near the coast of Central Sulawesi. Granted special national park status in 2004 to help preserve this unspoiled paradise, the islands remote location protects it from mass tourism. This cluster of over 50 islands and tiny islets is also home to an amazing diversity of wildlife on the tropical island jungles fringed by thick mangrove forests. The main Togean islands include Batudaka, Togean and Talakatoh, which house most of the local villages and ethnic groups of the area. Some of Indonesia’s best diving spots and marine life sighting opportunities attract amateur as well as expert divers to it in droves. Idyllic tropical islands complete with hammocks to laze around, lovely beaches to splash around, diving spots to snoop around and worries to forget – that’s the Togean for you.