A subtropical biome
It is warm. The high humidity makes breathing difficult and uncomfortable. At the same time, the smell of fresh saltwater mixes with that of muddy silt. Exotic birds in bright colors fly screeching over the light treetops or sit like colorful splashes in the branches. Making one's way through the thicket is difficult. Knee-high water alternates with silted-up areas between the gnarled and bizarrely twisted roots of the saltroots. But every now and then, the forest opens up, and in a clearing, a gigantic column of salt rises into the sky.
(we prefer ko-fi due to lower fees)