Aketajawe-Lolobata National Park

National Park in Eastern Halmahera

Established in 2004, this national park is especially interesting for birdwatchers, who can spot rare kingfishers, goshawks and crows, as well as many other species. The park is also home to the 2000-odd semi-nomadic Togutil people. Covered in thick rainforest, the park is threatened by illegal logging and mining. At the time of research, it was unclear whether there was access to the area.