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INDONESIAN ECOTOURISM: A PROSPECT OF THE NON – WOOD FOREST PRODUCTS By: Lambok P. Sagala Undergraduate Student Faculty of Forestry Bogor Agricultural University.

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1 INDONESIAN ECOTOURISM: A PROSPECT OF THE NON – WOOD FOREST PRODUCTS By: Lambok P. Sagala Undergraduate Student Faculty of Forestry Bogor Agricultural University

2 Map of the World images.search.yahoo.com/search/images

3 Map of Indonesia

4 Indonesia The biggest archipelago in the world Consisting of island of which islands of them are actually inhabited The population consist of 480 ethnic group and 583 different language amount 220 million citizens

5 Ecotourism EcotourismPrinciple: (1)Nature based tourism, (2)Emphasize conservation activities (3)Towards sustainable tourism (4)Educational activities (5)Accommodate local culture (6)Profit and advantage

6 Ecotourism Appreciated and loving nature and local culture Growing awareness and careful of tourists Actively maintain or keep nature sustain

7 10 % of remain rain forest all over the world 144 million ha of land within forestry boundaries Divided become 5 categories: –Conservation and national parks (13%) –Limited Production forest (21%) –Watershed protection (21%) –Regular production forest (24%) –Other uses Introduction about Indonesian Forests

8 Forest as a potential resources for Ecotourism destinations TYPEUNIT SIZE (ha) Total (Ha) TerrestrialMarine Strict Nature Reserve2494,524,849404,0804,928,928 Wildlife Sanctuary775,004,630337,7505,342,379 National Park5012,330,2054,045,04816,375,253 Recreation Park124271,225770,1201,041,345 Grand Forest Park21347,427- Game Reserve14224,816- Total53522,703,1515,556,99928,260,150

9 50 National Parks in Indonesia

10 Biodiversity in Indonesia Mammalian 300 species Aves 7500 species Reptile 2000 species Amphibian 1000 species Fishes 8500 species Insect species Bryophyte 7500 species Algae 7800 species Mushroom species (Sastra pradja, 1989)

11 Indonesian foreign tourist YEARINTERNATIONAL VISITORSAVERAGE EXPENDITURE/ PERSON (US $)AVG. STAY IN DAY(S) FOREIGN EXCHANGE INCOME PER VISITPER DAY ,1892,5912, , ,36100,4210, , ,2691,299, ,7493,279, , ,6695,179, , ,0099,869, , ,09100,489, ,98 Source: Statistical Report on Visitor Arrivals to Indonesia

12 The number of foreign tourists visiting Indonesia rose 12% to 2.14 million in the first half of 2007 from a year ago

13 Constraints and Challenging Quality and quantity of human resources Supporting facilities Ecotourism objects/sites Safety Tourist awareness Educational/research activities (Aswatini, 2003)

14 orangutan (Pongo belii) In Gunung Leuser NP Mentawai Tribes in Siberut NP Kerinci Seblat NPBukit Barisan Selatan NP Way kambas NP Kepulauan Seribu NP

15 Canopy Trail in Halimun Salak NP Gunung Gede Pangrango NP Bromo Tengger Semeru NP Bromo Tengger Semeru NP Kelimutu NP Helarctos malayanus Euryspilus in Bukit Baka-Bukit Raya NP

16 Meru betiri NP Neofelis nebulosa in Kayan Mentarang NP Macrocephalon maleo In Bogani Nani Wartabone NP Bogani Nani Wartabone NP Tarsius spectrum spectrum Aceros undulatus Betung kerihun Rafflesia

17 Kepulauan Seribu National ParkBali Barat National Park Gletser in Indonesia

18 bekantan (Nasalis larvatus) Taman Nasional Gunung Palung Hi guys Come to my country and watch me out

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