Park Headquarters are open from 7.30am to 5pm
The West Bali National Park was founded by the Dutch in the early 1940s to protect the endangered Bali Starling bird and antecedents of Balinese cattle, the wild banteng.
The park covers around 190 square kilometres of West Bali, a significant percentage of Bali’s total land mass.
It is a protected area with limited activity permitted. Entry Permits, hiking permits and guides are essential for hiking in the National Park. The Entry Fee is Rp200,000 with a further similar charge for a hiking permit.
Day trips to Menjangan Island (within the park area) for diving purposes, can be organised from Pemuteran and Lovina.