Una Una is a volcanic island situated in the north of the Togian Islands. The 10 km long island host a 1 000 people year-long. The main economic activity is the coconut. Commercial fishing has never been practiced around. The result is a wonderful underwater fauna and flora. The coral reef remain untouched with human size sponges and sea fans. Huge schools of fish live there. Napoleon, dogtooth thuna, spanish mackerel and eagle rays are communs in the area. Plenty of nudibranchs, sea slugs, scorpionfishes, frogfishes and mantis shrimps are to be discovered by the good spotter.
First you have to get to Wakai in the Togian Islands Ampana-Wakai: Every day at 9:00 am and 1:00 PM 130 000Rp
Gorontalo-Wakai: tuesday and friday at 4pm, 12 hours, 80 000Rp, possibilities to rent a mastress for the night or a private room 400 000-600 000Rp/4pax
Wakai-Una Una: Public boat on tuesday, friday and sunday at 8:00am, 4 hours, 30 000 Rp
Charter Boat whenever you want, 600-800
Marisa-Una Una: speed boat, 2 500 000Rp, 4 hours
The wild nature of the island host plenty of birds like eagles, hawks, herons, parrots and many more.
The highlight of the island is the flora and fauna of the reef. Get a look underwater you won't be deceived. It is full of barracuda, turtles, napoleons, groupers, eagle rays and many more.
Trip to the volcano: 6 hours walking to get to the top.
The principal economic activity of the island is the coconut. You easily find there some delicious coconut sugar, called Gula Mera.