Sulawesi

Explore National Park in Sulawesi.




Rawa Aopa Watumohai National Park

 

Why Visit ?

Rawa Aopa Watumohai National Park has a high biodiversity of flora, fauna and ecosystems. This area has at least 5 types of ecosystem with rich fauna endemic species of Sulawesi and in particular several rare bird species that are protected.

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Lore Lindu National Park

 

Why Visit ?

Lore Lindu National Park is one of the five most important conservation areas in eastern Indonesia. This area is habitat for endemic birds to Sulawesi and represented 91% of the diversity of terrestrial mammals.

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Gandang Dewata National Park

 

Why Visit ?

When you are traveling in the area of Gandang Dewata, you can enjoy the beauty of the forest ecology of Sulawesi.

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Togean Islands National Park

 

Why Visit ?

Togean Islands is the unity ecosystem of small islands that have high value marine biodiversity, which include rare and endemic species.

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Bunaken National Park

 

Why Visit ?

Bunaken National Marine Park is one of the national parks in Indonesia, which is famous for the beauty of biodiversity in it.

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Bogani Nani Wartabone National Park

 

Why Visit ?

About 50km west of Kotamobagu, this very rarely visited national park has the highest conservation value in North Sulawesi.

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Bantimurung National Park

 

Why Visit ?

Bantimurung Bulusaraung National Park is the only karst tower (The Tower Spectacular Karst), the largest in Indonesia. The park also called the kingdom of butterfly, around 240 species of butterflies live there.

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Wakatobi National Park

 

Why Visit ?

Wakatobi National Park is one of the areas with the richest biodiversity in the Indo-Pacific, and even the world. Discover the unique water adventure experience, where we can see the stunning colorful coral reefs with amazing marine life.

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Taka Bonarate National Park

 

Why Visit ?

The third largest a park atoll or a ring-shaped coral island in the world with an area of 220,000 hectares. Make yourself for an adventure to feel the crystal clear sea, untouched white sand, and the wonders of marine life

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