Welcome to Sohoton Caves & Natural Bridge National Park
This small national park is renowned for its limestone natural bridge which crosses a gorge and caves with enormous, sparkling stalactites and stalagmites. The river trip through the park is superb, cutting through forest before entering the gorge. There's a wide swimming hole under the arch of the bridge and the surrounding forest forms a quiet, steamy green outpost. From the natural bridge a side trip takes you to Balantak waterfalls. Local villagers manage the park and guide visitors; tours include river kayaking.
The caves and park are accessed from the attractive little town of Basey. Heavy rain can cause flash floods and the park is often closed during the wettest months of December to February.