Safari in Way Kambas National Park,
Info : Safari in Way Kambas National Park
The Way Kambas National park, found on the South East Coast of the Indonesian Island of Sumatra, is home to an extensive array of flora and fauna - many of which are endangered and only found in this part of the world. With swamp forest, lowland rainforest, mangrove forest, dry beach forest and expanses of grassland this national park is the perfect habitat for thousands of different species, offering exciting opportunities for visitors to experience some of Indonesia’s most diverse wildlife up close and personal.
Spanning a massive one thousand and three hundred kilometres squared this impressive national park is home to the rare Sumatran Elephant, Rhinoceros and Tiger, as well as many other exotic animals such as monkeys, tapirs and leopards. The rangers are knowledgeable and will keep their visitors well informed on the walking, cycling, boat or elephant safari tours available. For a tamer experience the Elephant Conservation Centre and the Sumatran Rhinoceros Sanctuary offer the chance to see and interact with animals in semi-captivity.
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