Tuesday, June 28, 2011

Pute River Maros Regency

Pute River is one of the rivers in Maros regency which has beautiful natural scenery, so it is interesting to trace the plot. Mangrove and Nipa tree that grew on the left and right sides of the river is very cool looking, especially enhanced by the presence of limestone outcrops protruding from the bottom of the river and scattered along the river channel. Occasional visitors can see animals such as monkeys are endemic to Sulawesi and the different types of butterflies. Kampong Rammang-rammang as the last point tracking Pute River is unique because it is surrounded by hills karts resembling a fortress. Another interesting attraction is watching thousands of bats coming out of the cave at dusk and the fireflies are fluttering along the river at night.

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