Sagori Kabaena is part of the territory. Sagori is an island that has a marine diversity. Pulchritude Sagori Island, Kabaena, Southeast Sulawesi, often enjoyed by tourists before the Bali bomb attacks in October 2002.
Frequent kunjungan tourists due sagori mystery island, among others, often sinking ship. No wonder many call it the Bermuda Triangle in Kabaena, because he is a coral atoll half circle. The island is nothing more than a pile of white sand with a length of about 3000 meters and in the middle of the most wide, 200 meters.
Foreign tourists usually stop at the island by a cruise ship after visiting several attractions in Buton and Muna. In Sagori they bask on the white sand while waiting for the ball when the sun is slowly fading to sunset. After watching an amazing natural phenomenon.
Sagori actually more interesting when seen from the mountains on the island Kabaena. From the heights, Sagori sweep the four-color display, which is dark blue as the outer line, light blue, white line, then green in the middle. The green color comes from the pine tree canopy-canopies that protect the island.
Closest distance to the mainland Kabaena approximately 2.5 miles. However, people usually start from Sikeli, Kabaena port city in District West, a distance of about four miles or approximately 30 minutes by speedboat. Sagori the Village area Sikeli.
The word "sagori" allegedly taken from the name of a girl found in residents Pongkalaero-Kabaena now a village at low tide, not far from the island. The girl told inhabit the five giants that is trapped as water receded.
When found, the girl is in a state of helplessness. The hunters, sea products and then carry him into a heap of sand before being taken to mokole (king) on the slopes of Mount Sangia Tangkeno Wita, the highest peak (1,800 meters) in Kabaena.
However, after some time resting in the pile of sand, the girl died. Before he died he had mentioned his name, Sagori. Since then, residents named the piles of sand that Sagori Island .(***)