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Tourism: Exploring the ecological wonders of Indonesia

In addition to offering financial advantages and upholding the integrity of the local culture, ecotourism seeks to protect the environment as it can assist in resolving concerns with tourism growth and provides a balance between appreciating and protecting the beauty of environment.

Ecotourism emphasizes the vital potential of tourism while advancing the preservation of the environment and cultural heritage.

Taking a dive into Indonesia’s ecotourism destinations

Raja Ampat, Indonesia
Raja Ampat’s geography offers a remarkable blend of rugged topography and the blue sea. A dive well below the surface will bring one to witness a plethora of over 500 coral types and diverse marine life, including the Raja Ampat epaulet shark.

Way Kambas National Park, Indonesia
The primary purpose of the Way Kambas is to protect Sumatran elephants, which are in serious risk of extinction. One may also hike into the bush here and see elephants living in their native environment.

Additionally, it is possible to get up close and personal with protected species like the Sumatran rhino and tiger.


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