Kerinci Seblat National Park

Kerinci Seblat National Park covering 1.3 million hectares, this national park is the largest in Sumatra. It's area spans four provinces - West Sumatra, Jambi, Bengkulu, and South Sumatra and its along the South Bukit Barisan chain of mountains.
In Kerinci Seblat National Park Jungles, live rare animals, such as the Sumatran tiger, the Sumatran elephant, and the Sumatran rhinoceros. The largest flower in the world - raflesia arnoldi, and the highest - amorphophallius sp - also bloom on its soil. Another highlight of Kerinci Seblat National Park is the highest fresh water lake in South East Asia, which is located 1,900 metres above sea level. Kerinci Seblat is named after two tall mountains, which are collectively known as the roof of Sumatra. Since 2001, the Danau Kerinci Festival has been held in this Area on a regular basis, and has been attended  by various performance arts group from Sumatra. This enjoyable celebration usually take place in February.
How to get there ?
Due to Kerinci Seblat National Park, which spans four provinces, this National Park is accessible from many place, fly to padang, Jambi, Bengkulu or Palembang and continue travelling to the park overland.
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