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Adventurism Destination in Indonesia
A unique marine biodiversity hotpots, the Wallace region 28,000 flora species of animals, including the endangered orang utans of Sumatra and Borneo, the unique giant lizard of Komodo,
the horned java rhinoceros and the last tigers of Sumatra
list of Eco Tour Destination in Indonesia
1. Tangkahan, Gunung Leuser
2. Kerinci Seblat
3. Way Kambas
5. Bukit Barisan Selatan
6. Ujung Kulon National Park
7. Gunung Halimun
8. Bodogol, Gunung Gede Pangrango
9. Karimun Jawa
10. Bromo Tengger Semeru
12. Alas Purwo
13. Tanjung Puting
14. Kutai National Park
15. Bukit Baka Bukit Raya
16. Gunung Palung
19. Bali Barat
22. Gunung Rinjani
24. Togean Island
About Discover Indonesia
Consisting of more than 17,000 islands, the vast Indonesian archipelago spans 5,120 km across the equator, positioned between the Asian and Australian continents. Four-fifths of the area is sea with the major islands of Sumatera, Java, Kalimantan, Sulawesi and Papua. The 300 ethnic groups that exist harmoniously give birth to a potpourri of cultures and fascinating people. The major ethnic groups are: Minangkabaunese, Malay, Javanese, Sundanese, Maduranese and Ambonnese. Arab, Chinese and Indian immigrants have also settled in regions throughout the country, particularly in the coastal cities.
Geographically, Indonesia’s landscape is greatly varied. Java and Bali have the most fertile islands and rice fields are concentrated in these two regions, whereas Sumatra, Kalimantan, Sulawesi, Maluku and Papua are still largely covered with tropical rainforest. Open savannah and grassland characterize Nusa Tenggara.
The lowland that comprise most of Indonesia has a characteristically tropical climate with abundant rainfall, high-temperatures and humidity. Rainy Indonesia’s tropical climate and unique geographical character provide shelter for flora and fauna that are as diversely rich as its land and people. The plant and animals in Indonesia’s western region represent that of mainland Asia while those in the eastern region are typical of Australia. Endemic species, which are the pride of Indonesia exist in the central region, such as orangutans, tigers, one-horned rhinos, elephants, dugongs, anoas and komodo dragons. The warm tropical waters of the archipelago nurture a rich marine environment that holds a myriad of fish, coral species and marine mammals.
CULTURE and PEOPLE
Indonesia is rich with culture with 250 – 300 ethnic groups live here. The scattered island of with its hundreds of ethnic groups, offer collection of traditional textiles, exciting primitive art, antiques, woodcarving, stonecarving, metalcrafts, and traditional festival. Explore the unique culture of Dayak in the heart of Borneo, Asmat in Irian Jaya, Mentawai in Sumatra, Toraja in South Sulawesi.
WILDLIFE and NATURE
This archipelago amazingly rich in animal and plant life, Orangutan, sumatran tigers, one horned rhinos, wild oxx, elephants, anoa, babi rusa, dugongs, Tarsius spectrum – the smallest monkey in the world, Komodo dragon and the Giant “Leatherback”sea turtle. The spectacular Wilson’s Bird of Paradise could only be seen in Batanta Island, Irian Jaya.
Most of the highest mountain are volcanoes, Indonesia is a part of Ring of Fire with more that 129 active Volcanoes in the world, except the Mount Carstensz Pyramid 4884 M & Mount Trikora 4.740M in Irian Jaya. Some of the world’s most famous volcanoes are : Mount Kerinci 3.805 M the highest volcano in South East Asia; Mount Semeru 3.676 M with it’s sister peak Mount Bromo; Mount Rinjani 3.726 M in Lombok Island.
The most expedient way to view plant and animal life is to visit one of its nature reserves. In Ujung Kulon National Park, you might see wild cattle, rusa, leopards, gibbons, and one of the last remaining Javan rhinos. Other national park which contribute to preserve the diversity of the flora and fauna are : Kerinci Seblat National Park (Sumatra), Gede Pangrango National Park(Java), Bromo Semeru Tengger National Park (Java), Betung Kerihun National Park (Kalimantan) and Komodo National Park, with total more than 55 National Park In Indonesia
The most adventurous and beautiful trails include trips to Bukit Barisan National Park, a remote and beautiful peninsula in Sumatra (routes leading through tropical rainforest onto a beach inhabited by turtles); the Muller Mountain on Kalimantan (a trail following the traditional jungle route used by the native Iban people); Loksado Meratus Mountain Hiking and Accross Rainforest at South Borneo
A trip through hills and virgin jungles of Ujungkulon National Park in southern coastal region of western tip of Java Island provides opportunities of seeing animals, birds and other exotic fauna & flora of Ujungkulon. Ujungkulon is the last home of Javan Rhinos. This trek also involves a trip through Tanjung Layar with historical remains and panoramic views
There are more than hundred marine species as a part of the archipelago’s treasure. Several popular diving sites are: Derawan, Sangalaki, Menjangan island, Bunaken, Lembeh Straits, Karimunjawa, Banggai Island, Togean Island, Wakatobi, Raja Ampat Islands, Gili Islands, and Komodo. You can explore those beautiful places by cruising with the Pinisi traditional wooden boat
Capital : Jakarta
Population : 241,970,000 (2005)
Area : 1,919,443 sq km
Currency : 1 Indonesian rupiah = 100 sen
GDP : 827.4 billion (2004)
Per Capita : $3,500 (2004 purchasing power parity)
Form : Republic
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