Makassar in 8 Hours
Makassar has been a home for the seafares and traders since back in the spice trading era. Its strategic location in traditional trading route made Makassar the last biggest kingdom in Indonesia prior to the arrival of colonialsim.
Gowa Kingdom of Makassar was so strong which took 7 years for the Dutch to conquer it. The last Fort of Gowa Kingdom is still standing produly.
Your Makassar prgram will include the visit to Fort Rotterdam which was renamed after the Dutch takeover. The nex visit it is to take Pincara ride on Tallo River to reach Lakkang, a Makassar village. to be among the native of Makassar and enjoy local cuisine for your lunch. The last place to visit is Leangleang, pre-historic cave with thousand years old cave wall printing, one among the oldest in the world.
Visit Program in Brief
06:00 Your vessel anchored at the harbour
08:00 Depart to Fort Rotterdam
08:35 Arrive at the fort for the visit
09:30 Drive to Makassar morning market
10:15 Drive to Kerakera, the river harbour to ride Pincara to Lakkang
11:00 Arrive in Kerakera and take Pincara
11:20 Arrive in Lakkang for the visit and lunch
13:20 leave Lakang for Leangleang
14:30 arrive in Leangleang
15:30 Return to harbour
17:00 Arrive at the harbour
English speaking guide
Air conditioned car/ bus
Pincara ride - the traditional catamaran
lunch in Lakkang, traditional cuisine
Not included in the package
any additional charge in Leangleang, if any)