West Bali National Park Hotels

Home To The Endangered Bali Starling

West Bali National Park is a protected area located on the western tip of Bali, Indonesia. Established in 1941, the park covers approximately 190 square kilometers and encompasses a diverse range of ecosystems, including dense monsoon forests, mangrove swamps, coral reefs, and savanna. The park is renowned for its rich biodiversity, housing various species of flora and fauna, including the endangered Bali Starling.

The park’s topography includes hills, mountains, and a stretch of pristine coastline along the Bali Sea. Visitors to West Bali National Park can explore a variety of habitats, engage in trekking activities, and enjoy bird watching. The Menjangan Island, situated within the park’s boundaries, is a popular destination for diving and snorkeling, offering vibrant underwater landscapes and diverse marine life.

West Bali National Park is not only a haven for nature enthusiasts but also holds cultural significance, with temples like Pura Giri Kusuma located within its boundaries. The park’s commitment to conservation and sustainable tourism makes it an important area for preserving Bali’s natural heritage.

So, there you go! West Bali National Park must be include in your itinerary when visiting to Bali which popular with it is Menjangan Island for best snorkeling and diving spot in Bali. Here you can find accommodation from the basic to the luxurious, and we have shortlisted it for you. Need more info? feel free to contact us

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