Ujung Kulon National Park is located on the southernmost tip of the Western Java province. It is the only remaining habitat for the one horned Java rhinoceros. The area of the park includes the Ujung Kulon peninsula that includes the Handeleum, Panaitan and Peucang islands and the Honje Mountain giving a spectacular and ecstatic look to the park. The topography makes it an exceptional nature conservation place.
Taman Safari Park is a place a true nature lover just cannot forget to add in the itinerary on their visit to Indonesia. It’s a place where one not only spots animals like lions, crocodiles and tigers in their natural habitat but also watch them wander freely. Along with being a preservation center for animals it can also be called as a zoological garden due to its rich variety of flora and fauna. Here, along with enjoying the scenic splendor of nature one can also get to interact with it.
Kerinci Seblat National Park is an ultimate destination for exploring the new facets of nature. The natural treasures and splendor awaits the visitors. Straddling over four provinces, namely West Sumatra, South Sumatra, Jambi and Bengakulu, it almost covers an area of 1.4 million hectares. The varying geography provides a shelter to numerous ecosystems.The experience at the Kerinci Seblat National Park is the one; all the visitors will savor all their life.
One of the biggest National Parks of Indonesia, Gunang Leuser National Park mostly lies in the regions of Aceh and few parts of Northern Sumatra Island. The biodiversity in the ecosystem is awe-inspiring. The area extends up to 950,000 hectares that is approximately 7927 square kilometers