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Bulusaraung Mountain

Bulusaraung Mountain

South Sulawesi holds a variety of tourism potentials ranging from marine tourism to cultural tourism. Starting from the crowds of Losari Beach in Makassar City, Tana Toraja with its cultural rituals, as well as the beautiful stretch of Maros Karst which is the second largest karst mountain in the world. South Sulawesi comes with a variety of places that offer the beauty and charm of each region.

However, if you happen to be in the Wind Mamiri Province and have visited the places mentioned above, Mount Bulusaraung is the right choice to experience other sensations of tourism in South Sulawesi. with an altitude of 1,535 meters above sea level, this mountain presents challenges and adventures that can add to your holiday fun. This mountain also enters the Bantimurung Bulusaraung National Park area which is famous as a habitat for various types of butterflies.


the path to the summit of Mount Bulusaraung is filled with rocks with quite steep terrain. This path will certainly test the physical endurance of the climbers. Mount Bulusaraung has ten resting posts including the last post at the top. the ninth post is usually used as a camping place for climbers who want to enjoy the moment the sun rises on the mountaintop. The journey from the ninth post to the summit of Mount Bulusaraung takes about thirty minutes. the peak of Mount Bulusaraung was marked by the presence of BTNBB radio transmitters. From the top of the peak, climbers can see the beautiful scenery of the Karst Maros expanse which is a bonus climbing to this mountain.
Bulusaraung Mountain
Bulusaraung Mountain
In addition, Mount Bulusaraung is a native habitat for several fauna such as black monkeys, ferrets, and various types of butterflies.
Bulusaraung Mountain
Bulusaraung Mountain
in the area of ​​Tompio Bulu Village, Balocci District, Pangkep Regency, Mount Bulusaraung is one of the favorite mountains for climbers in South Sulawesi. The starting point of the climb from this mountain can be reached in about two and a half hours from the center of Makassar City. although the height is not so striking when compared to other mountains in Indonesia, but climbing Mount Bulusaraung is not an easy matter. along the hiking trail to the top of this mountain, you can find various types of plants ranging from rattan trees, candlenut, and also coconut.