Sulawesi Expedition: Snablet's Travel
A ridge of limestone mountains form the spine of the eastern peninsula of Sulawesi. They are set back about 10 from the southern coast. These mountains are very steep and covered in dense primary forest. Streams resurge at the base of the mountains. The limestone is rarely exposed to the surface but the caves we visited were easily found (walk up the river, over lots of gour pools and stal cascades, then enter the large railway tunnel at the base of the mountains - it couldn't be easier.) The rest of the land down to the coast has been deforested in attempts to cultivate it. The rock here is softer reef limestone.
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