The Meratus Mountains, which are almost 200 million years old, have a complex geological history. This area has been designated as a national geopark in 2018.
The Maros Pangkep Geopark area is officially included as part of the UNESCO Global Geopark (UGG) based on the UNESCO Global Geopark council meeting in Thailand.
The hill is part of the conservation forest, Taman Hutan Rakyat Sultan Adam, covering a 112-thousand hectares area.
Cultural and art performances are routinely organized twice a month, on Saturday and Sunday with the participation of high school students.
Indonesian Minister of Tourism and Creative Economy (Menparekraf) Sandiaga Uno supports the aspiration to make Batu Angus Ternate, North Maluku, a national geopark.
Batu Hapu is geologically located in the Barito Basin area, namely the Berai Formation of the early Oligocene-Miocene (16-36.5 million years ago).
Local governments have proposed this area as a global geopark to the national government since 2020 and subsequently to UNESCO.
The tour crossed hundred-year-old flora and fauna fossils in Merangin, Jambi.
Here are the six Geoparks in Indonesia that become UNESCO Global Geoparks. Have you been there?