Gunung Halimun National Park
Located in West Java, Gunung Halimun, Sundanese for "The Mountains of the Mist", contains some of Indonesia's largest remaining lowland and montane forest. The area has been a nature reserve since the 1930's; therefore in 1992 the Government changed it's status to a National Park. The Park has abundant untouched wildlife and stunning scenery. Each year visitors come to Gunung Halimun to explore mountainous terrain, canyons, rivers and waterfalls, natural hot spring, tropical forest and tea plantations in the middle of the park.
With an area of approximately 40, 000 hectares, this park is a nirvana
for the endemic (native) wildlife of West Java. More than 200 species
of endemic, rare and common birds including the endangered Javan Hawk
Eagle, as well as several species of primates, including Javan Gibbon,
Javan Leaf-monkey, and Black Leaf-monkey reside within the park.
PROGRAM : Halimun National Park Exploration
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