Tabo Cottages

Address: Tuk Tuk, Samosir, Sumatra, Indonesia | Ranch
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This ranch is located on Tuk Tuk, Samosir.
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Travel Blogs from Samosir

Recovery on Lake Toba

A travel blog entry by paul_and_ness on Dec 01, 2014

28 photos

... better!

After finally reaching the holiday town of Parapat where we would then need to catch our short ferry ride, our spirits lifted that our mammoth journey had ended and we could now set our sights on a bit of R&R on Samosir Island.

Pulling into our guesthouse’s very own jetty (cool!) on the peninsular of Tuk Tuk we walked into a wonderfully natural garden full of flowers, lily ponds and ...

Kayaking on Lake Toba

A travel blog entry by stephenshortt on Oct 02, 2014

9 photos

... br> This is the largest carter lake in the world at approx 100 km long and about 30 km wide and up to 1/2 km deep and is at an elevation of around 1000 metres. Samosir Island occupies a little under half of the lake surface area and the water temp is always around 24C and the air temperature sits between 20 - 30C. It has a hot-spring on the other side of the island to TukTuk which takes about 45 mins by motor-scooter to ride to (can't ride much more than 40km/hr as it is a ...

Relaxed on one of Asias biggest land islands

A travel blog entry by hayclarketravel on Sep 06, 2014

6 photos

... our own boss for the day. I drove slowly but we have not been on a bike yet where the speedometer works so I have no idea how fast, in tangkerhan he disabled his speedometer as it scares the tourists.

The journey
We ate the worse food before getting on the bus, well ate part of it and it made me wonder if I could ever eat Indonesian food again. The bus was surprisingly good, leg space, reclining chairs that reclined a lot, you could smoke at the ...

Second largest lake in South East Asia!

A travel blog entry by kaila.mctavish on Aug 21, 2014

1 comment, 22 photos

... I was glad to be with Yvonne because it was a moment that should be shared! It was beautiful. No words can really describe its beauty and well unfortunately my photos do not do it justice either.
Having a hard time turning around after our hours of constantly being impressed with each new corner we started our decent. Once we made it back to the base of the mountain and into the area of the hot springs we decided to have a dip in the lake. It was so ...

Lake Toba to Bukit Lawang - day 23

A travel blog entry by eiry on Aug 07, 2014

... 8.30 am boat. on the boat we were worried that we would not get to our onwards bus connection. When we got to the harbour, we quickly rushed off. Luckily our bus had not left. I had a mie pop curry ayam for breakfast in the rush. Quickly eat it and got on the bus. The bus trip was standard Indonesian, bumpy, winding roads and wacky racers. Though the views were amazing along the way. We also had ...