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The Beauty of Budo Tourism Village, Has Mangrove Tourism and Access to Bunaken

Located in North Minahasa Regency, North Sulawesi, Budo Tourism Village is a tourist attraction that supports the Likupang Super Priority Destination

Penulis: Lia Sisvita Dinatri | Editor: Eko Setiawan
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Budo Tourism Village in North Minahasa Regency, North Sulawesi, Indonesia 

TRIBUNBATAM.id -- Located in North Minahasa Regency, North Sulawesi, Budo Tourism Village is a tourist attraction that supports the Likupang Super Priority Destination (DSP). 

From Sam Ratulangi International Airport, tourists can drive 17 - 23 kilometers (km) for almost 45 minutes to get to this tourist village. 

This tourist village, which is included in the top 50 of the 2022 Indonesian Tourism Village Award (ADWI), has an attraction in the form of a mangrove forest covering an area of about 30 hectares, as well as alternative access to the Bunaken Marine Park. 

While spending time in this place, tourists can enjoy panoramic views of Manado Tua Island, Bunaken, and Siladen from the beach. When the afternoon arrives, they can enjoy the view of the sunset. 

Budo Tourism Village also has an underwater world that is a pity to miss. Reporting from the Jadesta page, tourists can see pygmy seahorses about two centimeters long. 

In addition to marine tourism attractions, Budo Tourism Village also has mountainous natural attractions. 

With a guide, tourists can visit the Dapi-dapi Mountains, where a variety of useful plants grow, including clove trees, woka plants, and herbal plants. 

Tourists can also see sunrise and sunset views from the Dapi-dapi Mountains. 

There is also Gunung Piring which is the location of a source of clean water for the people of Budo Tourism Village. 

Minister of Tourism and Creative Economy (Menparekraf) Sandiaga Uno hopes that Budo Tourism Village will become sustainable tourism. 

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