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Karst Maros

#4 of 5 things to do in Maros Features Animals
Maros Region, Maros, Indonesia
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A refreshing experience in a Karstic landscape

A must do when in Makassar not far from the airport. You will have a great boat experience before... read more

Reviewed 24 September 2016
Paris, France
One of the beautiful karst scenic

This place actually is very huge you can found a lot of great scenic of karst. Suppose to be UNESCO... read more

Reviewed 26 January 2016
Bandung, Indonesia
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Maros Region, Maros, Indonesia
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Reviewed 24 September 2016

A must do when in Makassar not far from the airport. You will have a great boat experience before walking in remote villages in a beautiful scenery. You can have a local meal and relax yourself by a local villager. Take a local guide to...More

Thank Guildev-Paris
Reviewed 26 January 2016 via mobile

This place actually is very huge you can found a lot of great scenic of karst. Suppose to be UNESCO bring this place with the award of heritage of the world because the beauty is.

Thank AriHuniarto
Reviewed 17 October 2015 via mobile

Just passing by the main roads is already an enjoyable activity. Leang-Leang was great, but unfortunately the prehistoric paintings are disappearing due to climate change. The park management is doing its best to protect this heritage from vanishing.

Thank Aditya K
Reviewed 16 October 2015 via mobile

We went yesterday at the height of dry season. 45 minutes canoe ride then 25 minute walk to the cave. we then walked back to the canoe and went further upstream for lunch at a local home and then for a scenic drive back to...More

3  Thank s1monmar5h
Reviewed 6 February 2015

the karst is the second largest tower karst in the world. It has beautiful panorama and biodiversity

Thank Erista M
Reviewed 13 November 2014

A really nice place to watch prehistoric cave paintings, you can see it very close. They are in the middle of a park with fantastic karstic formations. If you like prehistoric art it's a must. The problem is that the caves are not easy to...More

2  Thank MiguelKSerrano
Reviewed 28 September 2014

I set up a tour with Caraka Travelindo , (tour@carakatravelindo.com) and was completely guided from airport to the Karst and dropped back to Makassar. I was picked up at the airport and driven 45 minutes to the small dock in Rammang Rammang, then a 20...More

9  Thank ManadoJeremy
Reviewed 17 April 2014

I've been to a similar place like this in Guilin, China, on 2006 and I've never thought that there's a place like that in Indonesia until I visited this place. Surrounded by karst, Dusun Berua is a unique village with only 15 family live in...More

8  Thank KaniaRaras
Reviewed 16 January 2014

Leang-leang located in Maros Region in South Sulawesi. It is close to Bantimurung National Park where you can find different species of butterflies and waterfall. The scenery towards Leang-Leang is breathtaking. We can see the beautiful Karst. The green rice field and the Karst are...More

3  Thank Terong
Reviewed 8 January 2014

Really excited with my experience there. It was started from "Dermaga Rammang-Rammang", where we rent a little boat to wading the river. After 15-20 minutes we arrive at karst area and start explore it. There's another beautiful place called "Taman Bidadari" you can asked to...More

2  Thank Yobelien
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