One of Indonesia's Oldest Reserves
Way Kambas National Park is a large national park in Sumatra, Indonesia which is home to the protected Sumatran Rhino, Elephant, Tiger as well as lots of other amazing animals. Taronga has been working with Way Kambas National Park since 2001 to help protect their animals and has seen it become an increasingly popular eco-tourism destination for travellers wanting unique travel experiences which support wildlife conservation.
Exploring Way Kambas National Park
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Way Kambas National Park is becoming an increasingly popular eco-tourism destination as word spreads of its unique animals and rich rainforests.
Way Kambas is a large National Park in Satwa Indonesia covering 130,000 hectares of lowland rainforest. Becoming a reserve in 1972, it is home to Sumatran Elephants, Rhinos, Tigers, Sun bears as well as numerous bird species.
Make your next holiday an Eco-Holiday
Visit Way Kambas for an incredible and unique holiday and to help support the conservation of this amazing place.