Top 10 Best Natural Tourism in Indonesia

Indonesia is an archipelago that has a lot of natural resources. Starting from the forest, sea, mountains, to the lake. Until now, many of Indonesia's natural resources have been managed as natural tourism.

Indonesia natural tourism are not only on Java or Bali, but also spread from Sabang to Merauke. If you have always thought that Bali is the most beautiful island in Indonesia because of the beauty of its beaches, you could be wrong. Because it turns out that in other islands there are still many natural attractions that are worth exploring. Here is a list of 10 natural attractions in Indonesia that must be visited.

1. Raja Ampat Islands (Papua)

Raja Ampat Islands is the number 1 destination that you must visit before deciding to take a vacation abroad. Why is that? The islands located at the eastern tip of Indonesia are the most complete underwater riches on earth.

Raja Ampat itself is the name given to the four beautiful islands that come from local myths, namely Waigeo, Salawati, Batanta, and Misool. Tourists from all over the world desperately want to come to this island to enjoy 540 species of coral, 1,511 species of fish, and 700 types of mollusks. Even The Nature Conservancy and Conservation International say that 75% of the world's marine species can be found on this island. Raja Ampat in Papua is a paradise for lovers of diving.


2. Rinjani Mountain (Lombok Island)

Mount Rinjani, many people call this mountain as one of the prettiest mountains in Indonesia. At 3,726 meters above sea level, Mount Rinjani is the second highest volcano in Indonesia. For the Balinese themselves, this mountain is included in the ranks of three mountains purified after Mount Semeru and Mount Agung.

Climb Mount Rinjani, you will be treated to exotic views of tropical forests, savannahs, and also the beautiful hills. Mount Rinjani is one of the mountains that is a favorite of climbers from abroad. From the top of Rinjani, you can enjoy the whole view of the islands of Lombok, Bali and Sumba.


3. Komodo Island (Nusa Tenggara Islands)

If you want to enjoy the real habitat of Indonesian animals, this is the right location. Komodo Island itself consists of several islands and sea waters. One of the famous ones is Loh Liang National Park which is located on Rinca Island, West Manggarai, Labuan Bajo, Flores. Here you can see up close how the real life of Komodo. Komodo Island is also included as a UNESCO World Heritage Site.




4. Belitung Islands

The island that rose after the film Laskar Pelangi does indeed have the beauty of a perfect beach. The beaches in the Belitung Islands have a different view from other beaches in Indonesia.

We should be grateful for the film Laskar Pelangi, because from this film we can find out that Indonesia has a hidden paradise on the island of Belitung. Some of the recommended beaches for those who visit this island include Tanjung Tinggi Beach, Penyabong Beach, Tanjung Kelayang Beach, Lengkuas Island, and Keramat Beach.


5. Mount Bromo (East Java)

It could be said that Mount Bromo is the most popular mountain among foreign and domestic tourists. Even Mount Bromo is often used as a location for filming films, one of which won many awards, "Whispering Sand".

Sunrise or sunrise on Mount Bromo is very beautiful. If the weather supports, you can see the sun rise against the foreground of Mount Semeru that emits smoke from a distance and the sun shines brightly that slowly rises to the sky. From an altitude of 2,770 meters above sea level in Penanjakan, you can also enjoy the beauty of the sea of ​​sand.

If the sun has started to rise, you can climb the mountain and enjoy the beauty of the crater of Mount Bromo, then continue the journey to take pictures on the teletubbies hill which is often used as a photoshoot location.


6. Ijen Crater (East Java)

Mount Ijen is one of the active volcanoes in Indonesia. This mountain is also often used as a location for climbing by foreign tourists. At the top of Mount Ijen you will see a vast blue crater lake. This crater lake is one of the largest acid craters in the world.

The crater water is calm, turquoise blue when illuminated by the morning sun. And at night, this crater becomes more amazing. Exactly at 1 o'clock in the morning, under the crater you can see blue fire or blue fire coming from sulfuric liquid. It is recommended for those of you who want to enjoy the beauty of Ijen Crater to hire a guide for security and safety.


7. Bunaken Marine Park (North Sulawesi)

Bunaken Marine Park is a diving spot that has been famous for a long time. Bunaken Marine Park is still used as one of the favorite destinations of divers from all corners of the world. Bunaken Marine Park has 20 dive spots with varying depths reaching 1,344 meters.

You do not need to worry about diving equipment, because here has been provided rental for diving and snorkeling. In this marine park grows a variety of marine life that you can see while snorkeling or diving, even if you're lucky you can find sea stars in shallower waters.


8. Lake Kelimutu (Flores)

Lake Kelimutu is included in the Kelimutu National Park area which is the smallest national park of the six national parks in Bali and Nusa Tenggara. Although it is located in a remote national park, but here is a super beautiful view from the summit of Mount Kelimutu.

At the peak of Mount Kelimutu there are three lakes with different water colors. The third lake is Lake Kelimutu. This lake is believed to have tremendous natural power. Water from Lake Flores can change color. Sometimes, the color can be blue, green and black and other times it can be white, red and blue. This color change is unpredictable.


9. Dreamland Beach (Bali)

Dreamland Beach is famous as one of the most beautiful beaches in Bali. Not only beautiful, the beach which is located in the Uluwatu area is also famous for its clean beach conditions. The beauty of Dreamland beach has attracted many domestic and foreign tourists. The big waves are perfect for surfing lovers.





10. Lake Toba (North Sumatra)

Lake Toba is one of the famous lakes in Indonesia. Lake Toba is located in North Sumatra. What makes this lake amazing is that in the middle of a clear stretch of lake water there is an island with an area that is almost the same as the area of ​​Singapore. The island is called Samosir Island.

In the middle of Samosir Island, there are apparently still two beautiful lakes, namely Lake Sidihoni and Lake Aek Natonang. Lake Toba has been named the largest lake in Southeast Asia, and is the second largest lake after Lake Victoria in Africa.

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