Global Network of National Geoparks

BATUR UNESCO GLOBAL GEOPARK

Celebrating Earth HeritageBatur UNESCO Global Geopark is located in northeast Bali, the most popular international tourist destination in Indonesia. It covers an area of 370.5 km2, at an altitude of 920-2152 m a.s.l., the outer-caldera wall surrounds the inner-caldera wall, Mt. Batur and the lake. Most of the Natural Tourist Park of Mt. Batur dan Payang Hill, is a protected forest area included in...

Belitong UNESCO Global Geopark

Celebrating Earth HeritageBelitong Geopark is apart of Bangka Belitung province, located about 400 km north of Jakarta, the capital of Indonesia, and surrounded by the Karimata Strait to the north, the Java region to the east and south, and the Gaspar Strait to the west. Its geographical boundaries are 107°13'00"-108°51'00 "east longitude and 02°29'30"-03&...

CILETUH - PALABUHANRATU UNESCO GLOBAL GEOPARK

Celebrating Earth Heritage Ciletuh - Palabuhanratu UNESCO Global Geopark is located on the island of Java, in the western Sukabumi Regency of Indonesia. The Geopark is located on the border of a tectonically active zone: the subduction zone between the Eurasian plate and the Indo-Australian plate, which continue to converge at 4 mm/year. The area is characterized by a rare geological diversity ...

GUNUNG SEWU UNESCO GLOBAL GEOPARK

Celebrating Earth HeritageLocated in the Southern Mountains of East Java, Gunung Sewu UNESCO Global Geopark extends east-west along 120 kilometres. A depression zone occupied by Merapi and Lawu active volcanoes limits its northern part, while the south is bordered by the Indian Ocean. The area, at an altitude between 5 m and 700 m asl, has mountain ranges of Upper Paleogene rocks and thousands of ...

Toba Caldera UNESCO Global Geopark

Celebrating Earth HeritageLake Toba is situated in Sumatera island (Indonesia), formed by amega-volcanic eruptions 74,000 years ago, is the largest with-in the Quaternary (since +2 Ma). It is the ‘super-volcano’ eruption (VEI> 8) which produced 2,800 km3 pyroclastics materials, where 2,000 km3 of volcanic-ash dispersed to W-NW, and also distributes of sulfuric-acid aerosol to the atmosphere whi...

RINJANI-LOMBOK UNESCO GLOBAL GEOPARK

Celebrating Earth Heritage Rinjani-Lombok UNESCO Global Geopark is situated on the island of Lombok in Southeast Asia. As part of the Lesser Sunda Islands or Kepulauan Nusa Tenggara, the island is located between Bali and the Lombok Strait to the west and Sumbawa and the Alas Strait to the east. Rinjani-Lombok UNESCO Global Geopark has a rich and diverse landscape, forest types ranging from sav...