West Bali National Park

West Bali National Park

West Bali National Park is a nature conservation area that covers 190 square kilometers with another 580 square kilometers of protected reserve. The park is used for educational, research and recreational purposes and startles the border between the districts of Jembrana and Buleleng. The West Bali National Park is the only place where Bali’s official

West Bali National Park is a nature conservation area that covers 190 square kilometers with another 580 square kilometers of protected reserve. The park is used for educational, research and recreational purposes and startles the border between the districts of Jembrana and Buleleng. The West Bali National Park is the only place where Bali’s official birdthe Bali starling (jalak bali) can be found in the wild.

The park is made up of dry savanna, acacia scrub, lowland forests, mountains forest and some pockets of dense mangrove forest. Some of the distinctive fauna of the West Bali National Park includes: banteng (Bos javanicus), barking deer (Muntiacus muntjac), mouse deer (Tragulus javanicus), rusa (Cervus timorensis), forest cat (Felis bengalensis), grey monkey (Macaca fascicularis), black monkey (Presbytis Criscata), white starling (Stunus melanopterus), yellow-vented bulbul (Pycnonotus goiavier), orioles (Oriolus chinensis) kingfisher (Halcyon Chloris).

Visitors can access the park by way of Lovina that is 90 minutes away, or though Pemuteran or Gilimanuk both of which are 15 minutes away from one of the park’s entrances. All visitors must check in at one of the two park offices (PHPA) that are located in Cekik Village and Albuan Lalang respectively. Here visitors can further information, purchase an entrance ticket and arrange for a guide guide.

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