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West Bali National park
Bali’s only national park dominates the northwestern corner of the island with its 73 square mils (190 sq km) of unspoiled beauty. The park is part of the Buleleng regency that stretches along Bali’s north coast and is a 4.5-hour drive from Denpasar. The huge park is dotted with a variety of habitats: dry savannas, rainforests, acacia scrubs, lowland forests, mangrove forests, and montane forests. The center is mountainous and home to several extinct volcanoes. The northern peninsula of the park is called Prapat Agung and includes long stretches of protected beaches, offshore coral reefs, and Menjangan Island, which is known for stellar diving and snorkeling.