Buol is regency that belongs to Central Sulawesi. The capital of this regency is Buol town. Buol has four harbors, located in Lamadong village, Momunu district. The harbors are: Leok, Paleleh, Kumaligon, and Lokodidi. The capital of Buol regenc is Buol town. It is about 600km from Palu and Manado.

To reach this Buol town, you can reach it through Pogogul by plane from Manado, Gorontalo or Palu. Buol town is a charming and cool town. The visitors can spend their vacation by visit some tourists’ destination here, such as Talise beach, Busak Island, Lates cave, Lakea beach and many more. Not only in Buol town, the visitors will astonished by another beaches and nature destination.

Buol regency also saves a very attractive tourists destination named Pasir Putih Paleleh (Paleleh White Sand). This is a row of several islands in one village called Paleleh. The beauty of those islands have supported with a distinctive landmark of rock and beautiful coral. This place can be reached by fishing boat or speedboat. The beauty of white sand has attracted both domestic and foreign tourists.

The others marine tourism that can be found in Buol regency with its natural scenery is the sandy beach of Boki Island and Raja Island. Beside its marine tourism, Buol regency also has natural note spring in Pinamula village, Momunu district.

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