IntroductionIn northeastern Java, this is a forested area dominated by Mount Baluran. It was once known as "Indonesia's Africa" because of its savanna grasslands, but they're largely gone now—as is much of the birdlife. There are deer and water buffalo in the park, as well as two guesthouses. Dry season is the better time to visit, as at that time you have a better chance of spotting wildlife around salt licks and waterholes. Phone 333-461-936. http://www.balurannationalpark.web.id.
Request Full Destination Guide
To request access to the full version of this destination guide, please provide your email address below. Your email address will only be used for verification purposes and will not be used for marketing purposes.
|Copyright ©2012 Northstar Travel Media LLC. All Rights Reserved.|