Location: 0.65 N, 127.40 E
Elevation: 1.730 m
Tidore Island, as seen from Ternate Island
Tidore Island consists of a large stratovolcano which rises from the seafloor to an elevation of 1,730 m (5,676 ft) above sea level at the conical Kiematabu Peak on the south end of the island. The northern side of the island contains acaldera, Sabale, with two smaller volcanic cones within it.
Photos: Rolf Cosar Ternate, März 1996