Tindoi protected forest is a sacred forest believed in the local people of four villages, namely; Posalu village, Waginopo village, Tindoi village and East Tindoi village, Wangi-Wangi District. It can be reached by using two-wheeled vehicles or four-wheels drive from Wanci that is 8 kilometers then continued by crossing a path about 2 kilometers from Posalu village. It is also a protected forest area at 800 meters above sea level. In this case, there are 33 families who live around the forest as dry land farmers. Then, you can find Polio spring used by local people as the spring of daily water. The local people there divide it into two baths for men and women. In addition, the vegetation of this forest is included bamboo, nutmeg, sugar, walnuts, sour, bunut, palm, sago, fern, gatep, golotu, sente, taro, cotton and coconut. On the other hands, the fauna that lives among them are butterflies, birds, honey yellow, turtledoves and the black drongo.
Liya maritime village and Liya Togo in south Wangiwangi has the largest mangrove forest area in Wangiwangi island. You can visit it by two-wheeled vehicles or four-wheel drive with a distance of about 6 kilometers from Wanci city. It has been largely degraded in which the local people changed the function of it into a seaweed farming land as well as people’ boat traffic lane into the sea. One characteristic of this forest is Mudflat, type of main Mangrove (true mangroves) that is grown there included: Sonneratia sp, Xylocarpus sp, Excoecaria agalocha (buta-buta), Rhizoporaapiculata, Pemphis Acidula (sentigi), Acrostichum Speciosum, Aegeceras Floridum, Aegeceras Corniculatum, and Avicennia Marina. In addition, there are other types of associated Mangrove found there such as; Ipomoe Pes-Capre, Paku Laut (Acrosticum sp), Pongamia sp, Clerodendron sp. Then, there are also several species of birds included Sacred Kingfisher, Collar King Fisher, and Sandpipers.