We have 18 places to stay in and around Togean Islands.
The westernmost island of Batudaka is home to the main port town of Wakai. At its western end lies Bomba, near where you’ll find four resorts. Budget-focused Poya Lisa actually on Pulau Poya, a tiny islet just off the west coast of the island, and on the main island, Island Retreat, Poki Poki and Bomba Divers.
Just 30 minutes or so from Wakai by boat, the small island of Kadidiri has a concentration of places to stay, with three resorts spanning a bay separated by a stone outcrop and one more on another part of the island. Because there are so many rooms, this island is your best bet if you’re showing up in peak season without a reservation.
Katupat is one of the smaller islands in the Togeans group, and is home to the same-named village where some of the larger ferries stop. Both the following resorts are actually on small islands opposite and to the northeast of Katupat, a short boat ride away. Fadhila has poor snorkelling but great food while Bolilannga has some good snorkelling behind the island.
The village of Malenge is about half way along the south coast of the island, with the popular Malenge Cottage at its eastern extremity, opposite a Togean/Bajau village on the tiny island of Pulau Papan. The north coast of Malenge has seen plenty of development with four resorts currently along the coast and more probably coming.