Bantimurung is just 45 km from Makassar or 23 km from Makassar airport. It is part of Bantimurung Bulusaraung National Park. It is famous for the lush green vegetation and is home to various butterflies, a waterfall and caves.
Bantimurung Bulusaraung National Park is there to protect the largest karst ecosystem in Indonesia. It is home to abundant of faura and flora such as ebony, tarsiers, hornbill, endemic butterflies and Maccaca Maura (endemic Sulawesi monkey with no tail).
This tour allows you to visit Bantimurung's waterfall and Leang - Leang prehistoric caves. Bantimurung is popular for local weekenders and it is crowded on sunday and public holidays.
You will be picked up from your hotel or the airport of Makassar. Visit Leang - leang the prehistoric caves, dated to about 3000 - 5000 BC. The cave wall printings come in the form of palm hands and endemic animals of Sulawesi. There is no evidence that such civilization has relation with the present people who occupy the same area now. Proceed then to Bantimurung, a popular recreational place for locals as there are waterfalls, caves, lush green forests and butterflies. Spend your time here until it is time to return to Makassar.
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Airport or hotel