Andrew travels to Sulawesi to witness a water buffalo sacrifice at a funeral, taste freshwater snails, and discover more than 2 genders in the Bissu community.
Andrew and his guide, Johnny Burun, explore the burial caves at Londa Cliff Graves, Sulawesi.
Snapshot of a skull and offerings to the deceased at Londa Cliff Graves.
Andrew Zimmern and blogger Dinny Jusuf eat Coto Makassar (Makassar soup) in Rantepao.
Andrew cuts open durian fruit in Batutumonga, Sulawesi.
Torajan snails are a delicious treat in Sulawesi.
Mama Tiku, Andrew, Dorche and blogger Dinny Jusuf sitting down to eat Suso' Santan (Torajan snails) in Batutumonga.
Fried milk fish, smoked gabus fish and tumpi-tumpi (coconut and fish) is served at the Bissu Welcome Ceremony in Pangkep.
A crew member captures the beautiful vista of the Tinimbayo Valley northwest of Rantepao.
Water buffalo are presented to the family during the Bui Family Rambu Solo in Sa'dan.
People collect the blood from a sacrificed water buffalo with bamboo tubes at the Bui Family Rambu Solo.
Locals prepare a pig to make Pa'piong, a traditional Torajan dish in Talunglipu.
It is common to see feminine men and masculine women in Pangkep.
Andrew helps carry a coffin during the Bui Family Rambu Solo.