Welcome to Bogani Nani Wartabone National Park
About 50km west of Kotamobagu, this very rarely visited 2871-sq-km national park has the highest conservation value in North Sulawesi, but it’s pretty inaccessible. The park (formerly known as Dumoga-Bone) is at the headwaters of Sungai Dumoga (Dumoga River) and is a haven for rare flora and fauna. The maleo bird, a large megapode, is found in large numbers here (more than 3000 were released into the park in 2012). Other wildlife include the yaki (black-crested macaque) and a species of giant fruit bat only discovered in the 1990s.
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