Bogani Nani Wartabone National Park

In general, TNBNW rainfall in the region ranging from 1700 up to 2200 mm / year and air temperatures ranged from 21.5 ° C to 31 ° C. In this region the rainy season occurs between November and April, while dry season occurs between April to November. Good time to visit this region, namely from April to September

TNBNW specialty lies in the diversity of plants (flora) and animals (fauna), which is largely unique flora and fauna (endemic) island of Sulawesi. In this area, visitors can find a variety of unique and rare plants, such as: matayangan (pholidocarpus ihur), ebony (Diospyros celebica), ironwood (Intsia spp.), Yellow wood (arcangelisia flava), and carrion flower (Amorphophallus companulatus). Visitors can also find unique wildlife, such as: black monkey / crested black macaques (Macaca nigra-nigra), monkeys Dumoga bone (the macaque nigrescens), Tangkasi (tarsiers spectrum-spectrum), Sulawesi civet (macrogalidia musschenbroekii-musschenbroekii), a big dwarf (bubalus depressicornis), small dwarf (bubalus quarlesi), babirusa (babyrousa babirussa celebensis), and various species of birds.

Maleo (Macrocephalon) is one of the unique fauna (endemic), which is the mascot of this region. This bird is very unique, body size is similar to chicken, eggs and even 6 times the weight of chicken eggs. These birds lay their eggs in the soil or sand as deep as 30-40 cm in the vicinity of existing hot springs in this area. At the time these eggs hatched maleo, visitors can see a very interesting attraction. Maleo child who was only one day emerge from the soil or sand and then ran in the wild and peered parent who was digging a hole.

Besides watching Maleo attractions, visitors can also enjoy various other attractions in the region, such as waterfalls, hot springs, lakes, and heritage sites. In addition, visitors can also see the cultural attractions outside the park, namely Baloong Mongondow Festival in March and Gorontalo Festival in May. This park is also very suitable for the activities: camping, fishing, swimming, cross country, hiking, and hunting photos, and science research.

There are two routes that can be passed to get to TNBNW, namely the cities of Manado and Gorontalo. First, from the city of Manado to Kotamobagu which is about 185 km, guests can use the roads with four-wheeled vehicle with travel time approximately 4 hours. From Kotamobagu Toraut we travel to a distance of 69 km with travel time approximately 1 hour, or from a distance Maelang Kotamobagu to 100 km with travel time approximately 3 hours. Second, to TNBNW From Gorontalo city which is about 20 km, visitors can use four-wheeled vehicle with travel time approximately 2 hours

TNBNW available in the area of various facilities, such as guest house, laboratory, researchers homeless, street trail (trail), the cabin work, guardhouse, camping ground, research stations, shelters, and others.

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