Indonesia is famous for its National Parks. Indonesia owns 50 National Parks of which 6 are World Heritage Site; 6 are part of the World Network of Biosphere Reserve and 3 are Wetlands of International Importance under Ramsar Convention.
National Park consists of a wide range of biodiversity; ecosystems and species with indigenous plants and wildlife.
National Park Expedition will bring young generations to help protect the natural environment; understand the value of Indonesia flora and fauna’s richness; observe and study the undisturbed natural environment; protect the species from human activity; enjoy and appreciate the natural environment; promote eco-tourism.
Each National Park has its own unique specifications, cultures and tradition.