Lake Toba, Sumatra, Indonesia. The largest caldera (volcanic lake) on earth.

Lake Toba the largest resurgent caldera on Earth, situated on the Island of Sumatra. In the center of its waters, you’ll have the chance to visit the largest island within an island, hosting two other lakes.

Batak Museum, Toba Lake, Samosir Island, Indonesia | flickadoi via flickr

Batak Museum located in Samosir Island, right in the center of Toba Lake, North Sumatra, Indonesia.

Lake Toba - North Sumatra, Indonesia

Lake Toba, Northern Sumatra, Indonesia -- site of the ice age causing super volcano!

Danau Toba, Sumatra Utara, Indonesia

Lake Toba, North Sumatra, World’s Largest Caldera Lake & the Site of the Toba Supervolcano that created the Ice Age. It is “the largest lake in Indonesia and the largest volcanic lake in the world.” Photo by Desktop Nexus

Simanindo, Samosir Island, Lake Toba, Sumatra, Indonesia

From Simanindo, Samosir Island, Lake Toba, Sumatra, Indonesia

On a deserted island in Pulau Banyak archipelago, Aceh Province, Sumatra.

On a deserted island in Pulau Banyak archipelago, Aceh Province, Sumatra.

Pulau Palambak Besar, Kep. Banyak - Aceh Singkil -

Pulau Palambak Besar, Kep. Banyak - Aceh Singkil -

Pulau Tailana Island, Sumatra, Indonesia.: "Tailana is an uninhabited island about 100km/62mi off the coast of Sumatra, Indonesia. If you type Tailana into Google maps search, you'll get no results. Tailana has no regular facilities, electricity, drinking water - it's just white sand beach, coconut palms and emerald water. You can walk around the entire island in 15 minutes..." #travel #bucketlist

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