Welcome to the website of Betung Kerihun National Park
Betung Kerihun National Park (BKNP), the largest conservation area in West Kalimantan province, is situated in Kapuas Hulu Regency with a total area of about 800,000 hectares. Hilly and mountainous topography and the expanse of hundreds of rivers are prominent characteristics of BKNP in addition to its incredible biodiversity.
Because of the unique landscape and high biodiversity, BKNP has several attractive and challenging tourist destinations. Click on the map area to begin your adventure in BKNP. Furthermore, opportunities for researchers to explore the potential of biodiversity or investigate specific topics (e.g. anthropology and sociology) in BKNP or around the area are still widely open.
Kapuas Watershed has a variety of features ranging from limestone caves to Kapuas River. Kapuas River, the longest river in Borneo, is very famous for its uniqueness. This area is very rich with adventure tourism and water sports. Visitors can enjoy rock climbing, cave exploring, white-water rafting with grade IV-V, kanoeing and kayaking. Read more