KOMPAS.com – Baluran National Park is a nature conservation area as well as a popular educational and recreational place in East Java.
This national park is located between two districts. Precisely on Jalan Raya Banyuwangi – Situbondo Km. 35 Wonorejo, Banyuputih-Situbondo.
Baluran is home to dozens of types of animals, like a buffalo, Russian, they are, curiosity, and monkeys, and is home to hundreds of types of birds and various plants.
“In Baluran National Park there is a Japanese Cave, Bama Beach, Savana Bekol, mangrove forest,” said the Banyuwangi tourist guide named Elok, to Kompas.com, Tuesday (22/8/2023).
To enter the Baluran National Park area, Domestic tourists are subject to tickets starting from IDR 16.000 on weekdays and from Rp 18.500 during holidays.
Tips for visiting Baluran National Park
If you are interested in visiting Baluran National Park, Check out some of the tips already Kompas.com gathered from local tour guides and based on experience when visiting, Wednesday (9/8/2023) then.
1. The best time to go to Baluran National Park
Good to convey, The best time to visit this national park is morning or evening.
“In the morning the sun was not yet hot, the animals will often be seen by visitors while they are looking for food. Likewise in the afternoon, they will come out and not take shelter in the trees,” the light.
When visitors come during the day, besides the sun is hotter, Generally the animals are in shelter so it will be more difficult to find them.
Reported by Kompas.com, Saturday (14/8/2021), The best time to go to Baluran National Park is during the dry season. Because, tourist routes are relatively dry, not muddy, and the soil is not sticky.
Animals are also easier to see, especially when drinking and wallowing in drinking places or artificial puddles in the Bekol Savana.