LiburMulu.com – The existence of Indonesia in 1945 in the tropical region, made this country always illuminated by the sun all year long. All of you certainly know, that in Indonesia there are only two changes in the seasons of the year, dry and rainy seasons.
Because Indonesia has a tropical tropical climate, it is overwhelmed by abundant natural wealth. Not only that, because of the high rainfall, making the soil fertile so that the various flora and fauna live diverse in this Mother Earth.
Indonesia's natural wealth is evident from the many national parks preserved throughout the country. For those of you who do not understand; National Park is a natural conservation area that has original ecosystems, managed with a zoning system that is used for research, science, education, cultivation, tourism and recreation purposes (Article 1 point 14 of Law No. 5 of 1990).
You visit a national park, of course you will get a view and original ecosystem, as well as valuable knowledge from the place. Here are some national parks that might be your next inspiration and vacation destination:
Gunung Leuser National Park (TNGL) is a national park known for its panoramic views nature and "lungs" of the world. Not only the Government of Indonesia, which established GLNP as a national nature reserve, UNESCO also designated it as a world heritage (Biosphere Reserve). The natural wealth owned by this national park is in the form of dense Gunung Leuser forest, tropical rain forest which contains several rivers, lakes, hot springs, valleys and waterfalls.
Its natural ecosystems are also very beautiful and diverse, covering lowlands (beaches) to mountains. There are also various protected endangered species, such as forest cats, Sumatran tigers, hornbills, orangutans, gibbons, snakes, butterflies, birds, Sumatran elephants, Sumatran rhinos, forest goats, and sambar deer. In addition, there are choking plants (figs) and other rare plants, such as the giant flower "Rhizanthes zippelnii" which is 1.5 meters in diameter, rafflesia flowers and giant umbrella leaves.
|How to get to Gunung Leuser National Park (TNGL): Park Gunung Leuser National can be reached around 3-4 driving from Medan city.|
|Best visit: June to October|
|Contact: Tangkahan Tourism Institute / email@example.com|
Kerinci Seblat National Park is the largest national park in Sumatra . It has an area of 1,368,000 hectares, Kerinci Seblat National Park (TNKS) is also a nature conservation area located in four provinces, namely: West Sumatra, Jambi, Bengkulu, and South Sumatra.
This national park is a union of several nature reserves , namely Inderapura and Bukit Tapan, as well as Rawasa Huku Lakitan Wildlife Reserve – Bukit Kayu Embun and Gedang Seblat. The area functions as a hydro-orological which is very vital for the surrounding area.
In this national park you can find protected flora such as the Semar Sac (Nephents Ampularia), Orchid Flowers and various tropical plants. Besides that there are also protected fauna such as Tigers, Bears, Deer and other types of primates and birds.
There are also rare and endemic primates protected in KSNP namely Simpai, Ungkou, Siamang (Symphanlangus Syndactylus), monkeys and proboscis monkeys. For those of you who are interested in staying overnight, TNKS provides lodging for tourists.
|How to get to Kerinci Seblat National Park: From Padang to Sungai Penuh whose fingers are around 7-8 hours or 278 km.|
|Best visit: January to October  Contact: Kerinci Seblat National Park. Jl. Basuki Rahmat No. 11; Full River 32112|
Way Kambas National Park on the southern tip of Sumatra Island is home as well as a training center and a Sumatran elephant playground. There are around 200 Sumatran elephants that make this forest their home. The location is 9 km from the entrance to the Plang Ijo park.
At the Gajah Way Kambas Training Center, you can watch elephants who perform various unique tasks and activities. The activity of playing soccer is one of the most entertaining shows that you can enjoy.
Not only elephants, in TNWK there are also Sumatran rhinos that are protected in their original habitat. Other mammals that live in this national park include Sumatran tigers, tapirs, jungle animals, gibbons, various species of birds and reptiles.
If you are interested in enjoying the atmosphere of the night, you can set up tents in the Pos Jaga Plang Hijau area. but to stay, you can request a SIMAKSI letter at the security office.
|How to get to Way Kambas National Park: from 19459036 Bandar Lampung then take the route of the North Earth City and follow the route shown by the elephant marker to arrive at TNWK .|
|Best visit: July to September|
|Contact: Animal Wildlife Elephant Eco Lodge Way Kambas Tel. +62 361 701098; +62 725 7645290|
Ujung Kulon National Park is the last wildlife reserve for Javan rhinos as well as attractive natural attractions that have the beauty of various forms of symptoms and their uniqueness. If you visit this national park, klaian will find rivers of rapids, waterfalls, white sand beaches, hot springs, marine parks, to the historical heritage of Arca Ganesha, on Mount Raksa, Panaitan Island. Everything is a very interesting natural charm that can be the reason you visit this national park.
This national park area is located on the triangle of the most southern tip of the island of Java. You need to know that, Ujung Kulon is the first and foremost National Park in Indonesia, which was designed as a nature reserve since 1921. Ujung Kulon is the largest lowland tropical rainforest ecosystem in western Java.
|Way to the Ujung Kulon National Park: From Jakarta you can go to Labuan via Serang; Banten. Ujung Kulon can be reached by speedboat from Labuan to Peucang Island which takes 5 hours. Or you can also use the car for 3.5 hours from Labuan to Tamanjaya.|
|Contact: Ujung Kulon National Park; Jl. Pioneer of Independence No. 51; Labuan; Pandeglang; West Java (0253) 801731|
Bromo Tengger Semeru National Park which has this area of 800 square kilometers is the largest volcanic area in the province of East Java. This national park has also become a favorite destination that you must visit, the beautiful scenery given by this national park makes it one of the Indonesia Top Bucket Lists for foreign tourists.
Caldera in this national park is the largest on the island of Java, with barren desert covering 10 km. In this sea of sand, seven eruption centers were found in two crossing lines, namely east-west and northeast-southwest. From the northeast-southwest, Mount Bromo appears which includes a volcano that is still active and stunning.
|Ways to Bromo Tengger Semeru National Park: Bromo Tengger Semeru can be reached by private and public vehicles from Surabaya or Malang; East Java. The Sriwijaya Air plane flies twice a day to Malang from Jakarta.|
|Best visit: April to October|
|Contact: Bromo Tengger Semeru National Park Office. Jl. Panda No. 8 Malang; East Java|
Consists of the widest stretch of savanna in Java, making your visit in Baluran National Park seem on African soil. Baluran presents amazing natural beauty when you can witness hundreds of deer running to the pool of water, the peacock spreads its tail to attract the attention of the female, dozens of large buffaloes, dozens of eagles foraging, and langurs and makaka hanging.
Baluran National Park is located in Banyuputih Subdistrict, Situbondo Regency, East Java Province. Baluran National Park is a representative of dry forest ecosystem in Java Island, consisting of savanna vegetation, mangrove forest, monsoon forest, coastal forest, lower montane forest, swamp forest, and evergreen forest throughout the year. About 40% of savanna vegetation types dominate the Baluran National Park area.
|How to get to Baluran National Park: The trip to Baluran National Park takes approximately 6 hours from Surabaya|
|Best visit: June to November|
|Contact: Office Baluran National Park. Jl. K.H Agus Salim No. 132; Banyuwangi; East Java|
For those of you who want to enjoy the natural wealth in East Nusa Tenggara , come to Komodo National Park which has the beauty and richness of its underwater fauna and biota. In this national park area, there are also beautiful white sandy islands and beautiful pink sand when greeted by the sun. The park covers 3 main islands, namely Komodo, Rinca, and Padar Island many other small islands which add up to 603 km² of land.
Komodo dragons are endangered species. , this animal can only be found in Komodo National Park. Because of its uniqueness and scarcity, Komodo National Park was declared a World Heritage Site and Man and Biosphere Reserve by UNESCO in 1986.
Not only wild life, Komodo National Park also has amazing underwater biota. Even divers say that Komodo waters are one of the best dive sites in the world.
|How to get to Komodo National Park: Daily flights are available and for the purposes of Bali-Labuan Bajo or Komodo-Bali Island Airport, each of which takes 1.5 hours . You can cross to Komodo Island through the port of Labuan Bajo|
|Best visit: March to June and October to December|
|Contact: Kommodo National Park Office. Jl. Kasimo; Labuan Bajo; NTT|
Tanjung Puting National Park a very special destination because this national park is the orangutan capital on Earth, as well as the first orangutan rehabilitation center in Indonesia. Its size reaches the size of Bali Island which is approximately 415,040 ha, located in Kumai Subdistrict in Kotawaringin Barat District and Hanau District and Seruyan Hilir Subdistrict in Seruyan District, Central Kalimantan Province.
If you visit this national park, you will follow a river in the Kalimantan wilderness that divides dense forests for several days. Exploration will be more interesting because you will live for a few days on a wooden boat called Klotok.
When you go along the river, you hear the singing of birds, the sounds of monkeys hanging around, and the unique sounds of insects that never stop. Fresh air and wide open horizon will break the beauty of the Sun, when night falls, the turn of beauty of stars scattered.
|How to get to Tanjung Puting National Park: From the city center Pangkalan Bun takes approximately 30-45 minutes towards Kumai where Tanjung Puting National Park is located.|
|Best visit: June to September|
|Contact: Tanjung Puting National Park Office Jl. H.M Rifa'I Km 2; Pangkalan Bun; Central Kalimantan|
For you sports lovers diving, Bunaken National Park which is the first marine park in Indonesia can be an amazing place for you to explore. Because in this national park you can find a variety of amazing marine life full of colors. There are around 20 diving spots, where you will get the chance to swim under the sea with a variety of amazing marine life.
Located in the Bay of Manado, precisely in the north of Sulawesi Island and administratively part of the city of Manado, Bunaken National Park has nearly 390 species coral reefs dominated by sea rocks. Also various species of algae such as Caulaerpa, Halimeda, Padina, and seaweed. The most interesting sight is the steep vertical coral reef that soars 25-50 meters deep.
|How to get to Bunaken National Park: From the Port Manado by Marina Blue Banter and Marina Nusantara Diving Center (NDC) . From the port, it takes approximately 30 minutes. If you want to go directly to the diving point, it will take 20 minutes.|
|Best visit: April to October|
|Contact: Old Bunaken and Manado National Park offices. Jl. Raya Molas Manado; North Sulawesi|
Not only Bunaken in North Sulawesi, Wakatobi National Park located in Wakatobi Regency Southeast Sulawesi Province has also become a fascinating diving destination and is the dream of many underwater lovers in the world.
National Parks which have a total area of 1.39 million hectares have biodiversity sea and coral which occupy one of the highest priority positions of marine conservation in Indonesia. Surely it will be a paradise for those of you who love underwater life right?!
This type of fish owned by the national park is 93 species of fish including (Cephalopholus argus), takhasang (Naso unicornis), pogo-pogo (Balistoides viridescens), napoleon (Cheilinus undulatus), red fish (Lutjanus biguttatus), baronang (Siganus guttatus), Amphiprion melanopus, Chaetodon specullum, Chelmon rostratus, Heniochus acuminatus, Lutjanus monostigma, Caesio caerularea, and many more.
|Wakatobi National Park From Wangi-Wangi trips to other islands can be reached by chartered boats or regular boats which are simple but safe enough.|
|Best visits: April to June and October to December|
|Contact: Wakatobi Marine National Park Office. JL. Dayanu Iksanudin; Bau Bau; Buton; Southeast Sulawesi|
Have you determined which national park you want to visit ?! Without you knowing it, visiting a national park has such significant benefits. By visiting it, it will be able to foster a sense of our love for natural wealth owned by Indonesia. That way, you too will help preserve nature and apply it in daily life.