Togeans are well known for its Mariona Lake where you can swim with thousands of multi-hued stingless jellyfish. There is also great snorkeling available from the stunning Karina Beach, just next to the Jellyfish Lake. Another highlight is a gypsy village located on the south side of Pulau Talatakoh. Here live the Bajao people who build their home on stilts over the sea. Throughout the history, Indonesia has had many nomadic tribes often referred to as ‘sea-gypsies’ due to the fact that they mainly lived and traveled in boats. On Talatakoh you can get a glimpse of how the formerly nomadic Bajao have adapted to life in a static village. The volcanic island of Una Una offers an easy hike with a view. Here you can also explore the surroundings of Binaguna village that is home to a large variety of birds. The Togeans are indeed a top serene spot for a calming disconnected period. Home to some truly world-class snorkeling and diving, these unspoiled islands are great for getting away from the chaos of urban Indonesia.