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    Mount Binaiya, Maluku

    Mount Binaiya into the Central Maluku district. Maluku Province. Binaiya Mountain is the highest mountain se Maluku Province. The mountain stretches on the island of Seram and enter into the scope of the National Park which has a broad Manusela 189 000 hectares. This mountain has an average rainfall 2000 mm / year, with the rainy season occurs during November to April.
    In 1972 the National Park Manusela divided into two areas namely an area of 17,500 hectares Wae Nausea including lowland forests in the north. Flora of living in this area is mangrove (Mangrove) with vegetation around the swamp, forest resin (Agathis Alba), meranti (Shorea sp.) In the hills of the center is an area of 20,000 hectares Wae Nua.

    Binaiya Mountain is unique because of the towering height of 0 meters to 3055 meters above sea level. At the foot of the mountain, there are many rivers that stretches an area of 6-8 meters. Mount Binaiya located in inland areas, so the facilities and accommodation for tourists almost non-existent, except for only a few custom homes are provided for residents who stay overnight mountain climbers.

    From the provincial capital of Maluku, Ambon, hikers can use the transport services by bus to the Port Tulehu. Upon arrival at Tulehu, continued to cross the strait by using the speedboat service to the island of Seram, precisely stop at the Port O '. From O Kanikeh journey continues towards the village for about 6 hours. Kanikeh is the last village before heading to the summit of Mount Binaiya.

    Source: bestindonesiaislands.com



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