National Park West Bali located in the western part of the island of Bali in Indonesia. This national park has a 77,000 hectare area, which covers approximately 10% of the land area of the island of Bali. Travel time to this location is 2 hours to west of Denpasar. It is very easy to reach this location from both Denpasar and Gilimanuk ie from the highway Gilimanuk – Cekik – Negara about 3.3 km, or Cekik – Seririt – Singaraja about 85 km.
National Park West Bali consists of varieties of forests and savanna habitats. in the midst of this park, dominated by the remaining of the four volcanoes of Pleistocene age, with a mountain Patas as the highest point in this place.
About 160 species of animals and plants are protected in this national parks. Animals in this location such as bison, deers, monkeys, bats and various birds. National Park West Bali is the last place to find the only endangered endemic Bali, Bali Starlings in their natural habitat.