Lake Toba is located in Sumatra, Indonesia. It is a large natural crater lake formed by super volcanic eruption some ages back. The lake is the largest amongst all in the entire South East Asia and the deepest in the world. Clear blue water, surrounded by large mountains bundled with pleasant climate makes Toba a popular tourist attraction in Indonesia. Tourists and backpackers, who are on a look out for tranquillity & serenity after a hectic tour, should definitely come here to get completely immersed in the nature. With a wide range of activities to be explored, Lake Toba can easily become a mini holiday.

The best way to look around is through a motorbike which will make the commute comfortable and enjoyable. The most popular thing to discover is the ancient Batak Village. It’s interesting to know about their rituals and culture. A local batak guy can take you around the place. You can also visit the Batak museum to know more. Visit the hot springs located on the western side of the island. The water here is quite hot so swimming here is not recommended. The guide can take you up the hills to view the source of hot springs. The top view of Lake Toba is absolutely stunning. In case you want to do something exciting you can try your hand fishing in Lake Toba with the help of a local fisherman. You can also capture wonderful shots and selfies around the waterfalls which are close to the lake. With many other things to explore, Lake Toba offers an enriching and refreshing break for its tourists.

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