Covers around 190 square kilometers. This is approximately 5% of Bali’s total land area. The park shows a high bio diversity in a relatively small area.
It is mountainous and consists of primary monsoon forest, mangrove forest, lowland rain forest, savanna, sea grass vegetation types, coral reefs, sandy beaches and both shallow and deep sea waters. The center of the park is dominated by remnants of four volcanic mountains.
With about 160 different species the park is a paradise for bird-watchers, including the park’s mascot, the endangered Bali Myna. Water monitors, wild boar, deer, flying fox and leopard cat can be spotted as well.
At Menjangan island you will find hectares of colorful coral reef gardens, which makes it a perfect destination for snorkeling and diving. There are no dangerous currents to contend with in this area.
Organized treks through the park and guided diving and snorkeling to Menjengan Island are easily arranged.