Bali Barat National Park

Home of Bali Starling

Bali Barat National Park

Located in mountainous north western part of beautiful Bali island, this park has savanna, sandy beaches, mangrove forest, amazing coral reef wall garden which makes it perfect destination for snorkeling and diving. It is also the last stronghold of the endangered endemic species of Bali myna bird. A short excursion to this area offers a great exchange of your time spent given its high bio diversity in a relatively small area. Surrounded by 6 traditional villages, only in this park you can found a Hindu worship temple standing graciously inside an island occupied by Menjangan deer.


Things to do

Interact with locals
Wildlife viewing
Marine tourism




A very good place for both birding and snorkeling.

Larry H, Mei 2016

I got up at 6.30am and went into the park with my guide. We walked for around 2 to 2.5 hours including through both mangrove and bushland. We ended up on a hillside, overlooking the forest (watching the trees shake from the black monkeys!) and out to Menjangan Island. A real treat was seeing a family of black monkeys...we could get up really close and watch them in the trees for quite awhile.

Nick F, Agustus 2016

We saw two Bali starlings, many other birds, two deer species, black monkeys, giant squirrels, Palm civets, monitor lizards and so much more! If you're a budding naturalist/birdwatcher or general nature lover go and check out Bali Barat/west Bali National park!

David M, Oktober 2016