West Bali National Park

Open 24/7, no days off
Alternate title

National Park

Type of place
West Bali National Park is a unique place covering around 190 square kilometers on the island's northwest coast. This park offers a variety of natural landscapes, from dense tropical forests and mangrove swamps to savannas and mountain ranges.
The park is home to many species of animals, including rare and endangered ones. Special attention is given to the conservation of the Bali starling (Leucopsar rothschildi), which is critically endangered. You can also find wild deer, monitor lizards, macaques, and numerous bird species here.
The park offers several hiking and trekking trails. Guided tours are led by experienced guides who help visitors better understand and appreciate the local flora and fauna.