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Indonesian ecotourism a prospect of the non wood forest products

INDONESIAN ECOTOURISM: A PROSPECT OF THE NON – WOOD FOREST PRODUCTS

By:

Lambok P. Sagala

Undergraduate Student

Faculty of Forestry

Bogor Agricultural University


Map of the world
Map of the World

images.search.yahoo.com/search/images


Map of indonesia
Map of Indonesia

www.indecon.or.id/ecosites/index.html


Indonesia
Indonesia

  • The biggest archipelago in the world

  • Consisting of 17.508 island of which 9.000 islands of them are actually inhabited

  • The population consist of 480 ethnic group and 583 different language amount 220 million citizens


Ecotourism
Ecotourism

  • Ecotourism Principle:

    (1)Nature based tourism,

    (2)Emphasize conservation activities

    (3)Towards sustainable tourism

    (4)Educational activities

    (5)Accommodate local culture

    (6)Profit and advantage


Ecotourism1
Ecotourism

  • Appreciated and loving nature and local culture

  • Growing awareness and careful of tourists

  • Actively maintain or keep nature sustain


Introduction about indonesian forests
Introduction about Indonesian Forests

  • 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




Biodiversity in indonesia
Biodiversity in Indonesia

  • Mammalian 300 species

  • Aves 7500 species

  • Reptile 2000 species

  • Amphibian 1000 species

  • Fishes 8500 species

  • Insect 250000 species

  • Bryophyte 7500 species

  • Algae 7800 species

  • Mushroom 72.000 species

    (Sastra pradja, 1989)


Indonesian foreign tourist
Indonesian foreign tourist

Source: Statistical Report on Visitor Arrivals to Indonesia


Indonesian ecotourism a prospect of the non wood forest products


Constraints and challenging
Constraints and Challenging to 2.14 million in the first half of 2007 from a year ago

  • Quality and quantity of human resources

  • Supporting facilities

  • Ecotourism objects/sites

  • Safety

  • Tourist awareness

  • Educational/research activities

    (Aswatini, 2003)


Indonesian ecotourism a prospect of the non wood forest products

orangutan ( to 2.14 million in the first half of 2007 from a year agoPongo belii)

In Gunung Leuser NP

Mentawai Tribes in

Siberut NP

Way kambas NP

Kerinci Seblat NP

Bukit Barisan Selatan NP

Kepulauan Seribu NP


Indonesian ecotourism a prospect of the non wood forest products

Canopy Trail in to 2.14 million in the first half of 2007 from a year ago

Halimun Salak NP

Bromo Tengger

Semeru NP

Gunung Gede

Pangrango NP

Helarctos malayanus

Euryspilus in Bukit Baka-Bukit Raya NP

Bromo Tengger

Semeru NP

Kelimutu NP


Indonesian ecotourism a prospect of the non wood forest products

Neofelis nebulosa to 2.14 million in the first half of 2007 from a year ago in

Kayan Mentarang NP

Macrocephalon maleo

In Bogani Nani Wartabone NP

Meru betiri NP

Aceros undulatus

Betung kerihun

Rafflesia

Bogani Nani Wartabone NP

Tarsius spectrum spectrum


Indonesian ecotourism a prospect of the non wood forest products

Gletser in Indonesia to 2.14 million in the first half of 2007 from a year ago

Bali Barat National Park

Kepulauan Seribu National Park


Indonesian ecotourism a prospect of the non wood forest products

Hi guys....... to 2.14 million in the first half of 2007 from a year ago

Come to my country and watch me out

bekantan (Nasalis larvatus) Taman Nasional Gunung Palung


Indonesian ecotourism a prospect of the non wood forest products

Thank you to 2.14 million in the first half of 2007 from a year ago

Terima kasih

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