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Sebangau National Park Hidden Beauty on INdonesian Heritage


Sebangau National Park Hidden Beauty on INdonesian Heritage

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									Sebangau National Park Hidden Beauty on INdonesian Heritage

National Park is a Natural Preservation Area of ??natural and managed
ecosystems zonasi system is used for the purpose of protecting habitat,
research, science, education, support of culture, tourism and recreation
(Forestry Law No. 41, 1999)
Sebangau areas designated as national parks by SK Menhut No. SK
423/Menhut/II/2004 date October 19, 2004 with an area of ??568,700 ha ±
It is located between River Sebangau and Katingan River, and the Regional
Administration is in Minahasa Regency Back Knife, and The City Palangka
Raya, Central Kalimantan Province

Sebangau National Park station (BTNS) is the institution responsible for
the management of TNS and was shaped by SK Menhut No.P.59/Menhut-II/2006
date 2 June 2006 of the first changes Top SK Menhut No. 6186/Kpts-II/2002
About the Organization and the Work Order Center National Park
further renewed again with the Rules Menhut No. P.03/Menhut-II/2007 June
1, 2007, the organization and working procedure of the Implementation
Unit of the National Park


Sebangau tropical peat swamp forest is one of the peat swamp forest
tersisadi South Sulawesi
Currently, the Sebangau an area of ??focus for the community to provide
economic values ??Ecological very important for the improvement of living
Sebangau Peat ecosystems is one of relative ecosystem is still in good
condition compared to the surrounding area and an area that plays a very
important role for carbon storage warehouses and water governance
arrangements Minahasa Raya Back Knife and Palangka

Ecosystem Area Sebangau Peat is one of the most important areas for
protection and existence of wildlife conservation
TNS is the area of ??secondary forest ecosystems former Forest
Concessions (HPH) and found the canals terminate artificial potential
Wild Animal movement, ex-fire area and open area due to illegal logging
Nevertheless in many areas there is perpendicular to wildlife habitat and
ecosystem restoration done by BTNS with partners, is currently the TNS
continues to keep its original condition and restore the ecosystems of
tropical peat Sebangau


Based on field research results Botanical LIPI (2007) note that TNS has
809 types of flora, including the 128 quarter (16 of them have not been
As for the types of special flora, among others:
Ramin (Gonystylus bancanus)

Belangeran (Shorea belangeran), Bintangur (Calophyllum scerophyllum),
Meranti (Shorea spp.) Nyatoh (Palaquium spp.) Agatis (Aghatis spp.)
Keruing (Dipterocarpus spp.) And Foster (Xanthophyllum spp.)
From the results of observations carried out by the CIMTROP mammals UNPAR
(2002), known in the TNS can be found 35 species of mammals and 13 of
them have been identified as an animal with the category close to
extinction, among others:
Bekantan (Hylobates agilis)

Monkeys (Macaca namestrina), Tiger branches (Neofelis nebulosa), jungle
cat (Felis bengalensis), Cat mile (Felis Marmorata), flat head cat (Felis
planiceps), Binturong (Arctitis binturong), wolf trees (Arctogalidia
triirgata), squirrel ( Exilisciurus axilis) and squirrel (Tupaia picta)

The types of reptiles that have teridentikasi among others, the python
(Python Reticulatus), water snakes (Homalopsis buccata), red-tailed pipe
snake (Cylindropsis Rufus), Cobras (Naja sumatrana), green snakes
(prasina Ahaetulla), monitor lizards (Varanus salvator ), the Tortoise
box (Cuora amboinensis) and the spiny turtle (Heosemys spinosa)

In addition, in the area TNS common bird species such as hornbills,
snakes Pecuk, Cangak red, etc.
TNS area is also rich in fish species, such as type Bapuyu, Cork,
Sambaling, etc., so also a focus of economic society, especially for
sources of protein


Kalimantan utter loveliest natural tourism is dominated by one of them
being the National Park Sebangau new national parks do not have access to
Here are some tips your way to the National Park Sebangau the most done
in the way of water taxi ride in the form of water from the wooden motor

From Kota Palangkaraya, the journey can be reached by car public
transport to Port Kareng Bangkirai. Another alternative is to rent a car
at a cost around Rp150 thousand
Travel through the water starts from the Port Kareng Bangkirai Sebangau
heading down the River Port Pegatan tijuan River downstream. the time
period of 8 hours. These trips use the water taxi, the price of around
Rp250 thousand per person
From Port Pegatan River water course is extended by the Katingan River to
the Port District Mendawai with costs about Rp50 thousand per person
Trips that go from Palangkaraya Mendawai District long enough until about
9 hours
Suggested departure from Palangkaraya around 6 am in order to arrive at
around 3 pm Mendawai
Water Taxi only operate from 6 am - 5 pm. Night water taxi is not allowed
to operate because of the very dangerous river
If you arrive in a village so the night is not recommended to set up
tents. The reason, dangerous or wild boar may be a sudden attack. It is
better to opt to stay at home residents
In Sub Mendawai there is only one inn with ten rooms with prices around
receive Rp30 thousand per night
Minimum time that must be prepared to travel to the Sebangau National
Park is three days the total cost to drive from Palangkaraya Mendawai
District until at least reach Rp500 thousand
And recommended to bring enough food and drink question of food prices in
food stalls along the way can achieve twice higher than in Palangkaraya

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