Sumatera

Explore National Park in Sumatera.




Berbak National Park

 

Why Visit ?

Have you ever seen peat swamps? What about peat swamps meets freshwater swamps? If your answer is no, you must visit Berbak National Park!

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Gunung Leuser National Park

 

Why Visit ?

The last place on earth, where we can see species of endangered orangutans, Sumatran elephants and  tigers in one single park.

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Bukit Barisan Selatan National Park

 

Why Visit ?

The home of incredible plant and animal kingdom including Sumatran tigers and rhinoceros, and also the biggest flower on earth: Rafflesia Arnoldii.

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Bukit Tiga Puluh National Park

 

Why Visit ?

The park is home to many key species of wild animals such as the Sumatran tiger with only an estimated 45 tigers within and around the park. 

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Tesso Nilo National Park

 

Why Visit ?

Tesso Nilo National Park is one of last threatened home for the endangered elephant and Sumatran tiger in Riau Province.

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Way Kambas National Park

 

Why Visit ?

Lowland tropical forest in the most southern province of Sumatra of Lampung, main habitat to the marvelous endangered Sumatran elephants.

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Kerinci Seblat National Park

 

Why Visit ?

An active volcano with the highest volcanic lake in Asia, home to many beautiful plant and animal species.

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Sembilang National Park

 

Why Visit ?

Sembilang National Park is a very important mangrove site which protected the world's wetlands area.

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Siberut National Park

 

Why Visit ?

Siberut National Park is one of the priority protected area with incredible endemic biodiversities including Mentawai Gibbon and Simias concolor.

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Bukit Duabelas National Park

 

Why Visit ?

An amazing overlay of lowland hill where we can see the typical life of tropical nature with stunning protected biodiversity such as Sumatran tigers and gorgeous hornbills.

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Batang Gadis National Park

 

Why Visit ?

This park is home to a unique black and white animals Malayan Tapir that can only be found in North Sumatra and very rarely seen.

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Zamrud National Park

 

Why Visit ?

The youngest national park in Indonesia which mainly consisted of peatland with two freshwater lakes, Pulau besar lake and Bawah lake.

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