Sumatra

Highlights

1. LEUSERRAINFOREST,VOLCANO & LAKE TOBA

2. SIBERUT NATIONAL PARK (MENTAWAI)

3. KERINCISEBLAT “Rainforest Heritage of Sumatra”

4. WAY KAMBAS

5. SEMBILANG NATIONAL PARK

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LEUSER RAINFOREST, VOLCANO & LAKE TOBA

This unique destination is a real innovationcombining some of the most spectacular spots in Northern Sumatra. Around Bukit Lawang youwill meet Sumatra norang utans and explore traditional local life. You also have the chance to hike up a volcano in Berastagi, see Karo Highlands and Lake Toba, the world’s largest crater lake.

SIBERUT NATIONAL PARK“TRIBES, VILLAGES, BEACH FOR SURFING “ (MENTAWAI)

Siberut Island is part of Mentawai District and it becomes the home of a famous nature conservation called Siberut National Park. The distanceis about 155 km from Padang City.  As the name suggests, the park is covered mostly by forests including mangroves and swamps, Mentawai earns more popularity over time. Thanks to Siberut National Park.

In the prime forests of Siberut National Park, tourists are able to witness beautiful local birds, there are about 135 species of birds living in those forests. Visitors can also encounter different kinds of primates including Macaca Pagensis, Siamang, Nosed Monkeys, and Siberut Apes.

KERINCI SEBLAT “Rainforest Heritage of Sumatra” (WEST SUMATERA)

The park area includes a large part of the Barisan MountainRange  which form the western spine ofSumatra island and includes the highest peak in Sumatra, Mount Kerinci (3,805m), one of more than five active volcanoes in the national park. This mainly montane park includes hot springs, rivers with rapids, caves, scenic waterfalls, and the highest caldera lake in South east Asia. Over 4,000 plant species have been identified to date in the park area, including the world's largest flower, Rafflesia arnoldi. The fauna include Sumatran tigers.

WAY KAMBAS

Way Kambas National Park isa national park covering 1,300 square kilometres in Lampung province, southern Sumatra, Indonesia. Despite decreasing populations, the parkstill has a few critically endangered Sumatran tigers, Sumatran elephants and Sumatran rhinoceroses. Conservation efforts include patrolling and the establishment of the Sumatran Rhino Sanctuary and the Elephant Conservation Centre.

SEMBILANG NATIONAL PARK

Sembilang National Park is a forest conservation that includes production forest, wildlife forest. In addition, Sembilang National Park is also a habitat for thousands of migratory water birds. Some fauna that can be found in this area, are; Sumatran tiger,Sumatran elephants, tapirs, gibbons, golden cat, sambar deer, estuarine crocodiles, various types of fish, freshwater turtles, freshwater dolphins, and various species of birds.

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