Labengki Island is located in the Sub-District of Lasolo, North Konawe District 48 Km from the City of Kendari Southeast Sulawesi. To get to the Labengki Island, you could use a speedboat with the travel time about 1 hour and a half until 2 hours.
Photo source: Labengki Underwater
Labengki Island is a conservation area with the title of TWA (Natural Tourist Site) Lasolo under the control of Ministry of Forestry and Environment and the Southeast Sulawesi BKSDA (Hall of conservation of natural resources). Labengki Island consists of Small Labengki Island and Big Labengki Island that are surrounded by by small islands with a structure of karst rocks with thousands of stunning wild orchids. There are also white sand beaches that are spread on every corner of the Island with clear water, and colorful coral reefs with the diverse sea biome. You can also find Kima, the species of giant clams that live naturally in the waters of Labengki.
There are spots that you’d better not to miss the chance to visit, they are:
Blue Lagoon and Lahumala Besar Bay, a small lagoon that has clear blue water with a charming karst rocks surrounding it.
Photo source: Blue Lagoon
The Kimaboe Area of Nirvana Island, a shady lagoon containing giant clams (Kima) and enchanting coral reefs surrounded by fishes. This area can also be enjoyed while canoeing, swimming or snorkeling.
Mauang 7 Wonder, small islands with close proximity. You can play all along the small clean islands or doing outbound activities and bungee jumping from one of the small islands.
Tukoh Kuley Island, with its calm white sanded beach. It is perfect for relaxing or snorkeling to enjoy natural corals with different sea biome.
Pasir Panjang Beach has white sand and groups of coconut trees that are planted perfectly. This beach is also a great location for fun beach activities like swimming and snorkelling.
Photo source: Pasir Panjang Beach