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Way Kambas National Park

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I visited Way Kambas last month. I was happy to have the chance to see the monkeys on the way in... read more

Reviewed 7 August 2017
Beautiful Feathers at the Park

Almost one year ago i was visited this park especially seeing lowland birds of Sumatra. Indeed this... read more

Reviewed 12 December 2016
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Reviewed 24 May 2018

I have travel substantially for wildlife experiences, especially for birds and I would have to say that Way Kambas National Park is one of my favorite. A very easy park to navigate and walk around with an appropriate guide such as Hari Yono. The park...More

Thank Steve P
Reviewed 21 December 2017

Firstly the entrance fee for foreigners is extortionate. It cost 45,000 in total for my Indonesian girlfriend, her brother,father, two kids and wife. For me alone, a foreighner it cost 250,000. Once through the gate you will drive a considerable distance on appalling roads fit...More

2  Thank clivelindley
Reviewed 24 November 2017 via mobile

If you come to Lampung, Indonesia. You should go to here. See elephants, rhinoceros, monkey, and other animals. The elephant is iconic of Lampung. This place at Lampung Timur. From airport or Bandar Lampung city, you can go ther3 by bus. But, if I can...More

1  Thank NovaNurAziyah
Reviewed 7 August 2017

I visited Way Kambas last month. I was happy to have the chance to see the monkeys on the way in and just to take a look at the dense vegetation in general. I wasn't sure what to expect as far as the elephants were...More

2  Thank cmw133
Reviewed 12 December 2016

Almost one year ago i was visited this park especially seeing lowland birds of Sumatra. Indeed this is one of best for Nocturnal Birding in Asia, only take 15-30 minutes drive from main gate to the site. Then Way Kanan resort, surrounded by lowland forest...More

Thank Birdpacker B
Reviewed 17 November 2016 via mobile

We had a wonderful time here. They charged 150,000 Ruppiah or about $12 US for me because I'm white. Or from the US. Everyone else in the car got charged $.40. The road leading in to the park is strewn with garbage on both sides....More

1  Thank Ian D
Reviewed 9 July 2016 via mobile

Had the time of my life visiting with my family during national holiday. We had the pleasantry to stay on the Indonesia Ecolodge property just a couple of meters from the Park entry. Within the two days of our stay we had enjoyed activity such:...More

1  Thank AvantiSukma
Reviewed 22 May 2016 via mobile

A 3 hours trip to get here (with some stops), paid off when we got there. You'll need to pay IDR 10,000 for the entrance then the real journey began. The roads after the entrance were good enough (with some little bumpy ones), and if...More

2  Thank Esturia
Reviewed 20 May 2016

This place is kinda hard to reach--no direct public transportation, lack of signage, bad quality of road... But it was sooo worth it. You can watch the elephants showing off their ability to kick some soccer ball, to march around the field, and you can...More

2  Thank Fika A
Reviewed 14 May 2016

Way Kambas is well-known with elephants. But after I and family visited and explored Way Kambas, this national park is more beyond than it. We just knew that it also a great habitat for others animals especially birds. We had a birdwatching in Way Kambas...More

2  Thank Wulan_Dewi
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24 February 2018|
Response from NovaNurAziyah | Reviewed this property |
about 313 elephants. 65 trained and 248 wild elephants.
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