WEST BALI NATIONAL PARK
Plataran L’Harmonie is truly a destination by its own. An Integrated Eco-Development Area in West Bali National Park, with a total area of 382 hectares and a beach line of 7km. It is a sanctuary for the Bali Starling, a World Heritage Endangered Bird Species.
The West Bali National Park, located at the northwestern tip of Bali, was established in 1941 to protect the area’s rich flora and fauna, most notably the endangered Bali Starling bird. Its dense biodiversity encompasses many distinct ecosystems – from primary monsoon, mangrove and lowland rain forests, to savanna and seagrass landscapes, as well as shallow and deep-sea waters with sandy beaches and coral reefs.
With a philosophical tagline of “God’s Secret Courtyard”, Plataran L’Harmonie aims to encourage park visitors to find some of God’s answers in life through experiencing nature at its most beautiful: raw and untouched. Plataran L’Harmonie strives towards being the premier nature-oriented destination in Bali and a sustainable tourism benchmark by offering an unparalleled experience of West Bali’s wild side through its beautiful resorts and retreats, unique dining experiences, Plataran cruises and leisure activities. With its master plan developed by Hitesh Mehta, one of the world’s leading authorities, researchers and practitioners of sustainable tourism and ecotourism planning and design, Plataran L’Harmonie is at the forefront of Indonesia’s commitment to world-class ecotourism, fostering greater awareness of our rich natural and cultural heritage.
In recognition of its uniqueness and comprehensive vision for the sustainability of nature, international tourism, education and culture, Plataran L’Harmonie was designated as a National Centre for Ecotourism by Indonesia’s Ministry of Tourism and awarded as one of the Top 100 Sustainable Destinations in the World by Green Destination Organization.
Learn more about Plataran L’Harmonie at www.plataranlharmonie.com