One can also head to the Plaimalamba-Watu Pelitu traditional village to take in traditional dances, sample Mangulu and Kaparak local foods, and cool off at the Waimarang Waterfall.
Located in Kanatang District, the village of Mondu has its share of wonders. They include the Prainatang heritage village. Here, one can see how the Kanatang variety of ikat cloth is made.
The region's coast is worth a stop, as it features sights like Tanggedu Waterfall the beaches of Kaparty and Puru Kambera.
The Mondu Village Savanna is also a popular tourist destination in more ways than one. Located near Mondu, the plains are popular with photographer, couples looking for pre-wedding shot locales, and riding the local Ronggeng Horse.
"The [Ronggeng] horses can do more than offer rides," Yudi said. "They can also dance to traditional musical instruments."
The village of Kaliuda in Pahunga Lodu District stands out because of its eponymous ikat woven cloth weaving. The Tandening Savanna is a good place for one to cut their equestrian skills.
The nearby village of Kamaru, with its traditional Purru La Mananga traditional ritual is also worth checking out.
Maritime tourism villages
The sea defines the village of Lainjanji, not least in its nearby attractions. Located in Wulla Waijelu District, the community has draws such as the beaches of Watu Parunu, Kalala and Wulla. The second is known to be ideal for tourism, while the third has great fishing.