The Sun rose, looking beautiful from Bama Beach, in the eastern part of Java. Dozens of macaques were too lazy to jump around and instead watched the sun rise from their trees. Waters in the Bali Strait looked calm. The reflection of the Sun on the surface of the water made the view more beautiful. Bama Beach, which is part of Baluran National Park in East Java, is like a hidden heaven.
The number of visitors who watch the sun rise at Bama Beach is, on average, low. Most visitors go to Baluran National Park during the day due to bumpy roads and routes that take them through forests.
Baluran National Park is 25,000 hectares, with Bama Beach located to its east and Mount Baluran to its west. The park is full of savannas, mangroves and tropical forests and swamps and home to a wide range of animals, including Javanese bulls, deer, peacocks and different species of birds. It is truly a heaven for animals endemic to the island of Java. [yan]