The West Bali National Park is located in the northwest of Bali covers over 190 square kilometres of land encompassing the Prapat Agung Peninsula as well as part of Gilimanuk, Cekik and Banyuwedang.
The West Bali National Park is a popular tourist attraction due to the beautiful natural landscape, but visitors should note that only certain parts of the park are open for hiking.
West Bali National Park Hiking, Boat Tour Cost, Entrance Fees & Guides
Menjangan Island is a great place to visit for those wanting to take a boat tour as there are plenty of opportunities for swimming and snorkelling here. Catch a boat from the beach at Labuan Lalang at the northern edge of Teluk Terima bay. There is no need to book in advance as tours can be organised upon your arrival and cost around 400,000 IDR.
To get to the park, most travellers come from Lovina along the north coast. Upon arrival, make sure to go to the park office and to purchase a permit. An entry fee of 40,000 IDR is charged per person entering the park and if you are planning to hike, a local guide must be booked, the cost is around 350,000 IDR. Boat trips around the coast are also available through local operators which can be organised on the day of your arrival.
The staff at the park office will be able to assist a guided tour for you if you haven’t organised a tour through your hotel in advance.