Entry Fees : Foreign Tourists - IDR 225.000 (weekends), IDR. 150.000(weekdays)
Local Visitors - IDR. 17.500 (weekends), IDR. 15.000 (weekdays)
Timings : Open on all days including National holidays from 07:00 - 16:00
Baluran National Park stretches across 25,000 hectares area and is home to endangered bull banteng, peafowls, and more. The locals refer to this place as the African van Java as the vast savanna and dry cracked earth is very similar to those in Africa. Baluran National Park has five zones: Main, Wilderness, Intensive Utilization, Specific Utilization, and Rehabilitation. The Wilderness Zone is the largest one that spreads across nearly 12,000 hectares which is almost half of the park’s territory.
When you take the safari here you will see pastures of grass that changes its color depending on the season. It is green during the wet season and it is golden during the dry season. You will spot a parade of its wild inhabitants such as Javan mouse-deer, they usually are busy grazing or playing around in a group under the shady trees.
You can also spot Sumatran wild dogs, Javan long-tailed primate lutung, even Javan leopards. The park has a total of 26 species of mammals and 155 species of birds and 44 kinds of trees and plants.