Meru Betiri national park is a national park located in East Java, precisely in Jember, Indonesia. Meru Betiri National Park has an area of 580 km2. Meru betiri is the name of a mountain that is in the area of this national park, so tourists who come often call it a meru betiri national park. This national park is also still very natural and has very thick forests. There are so many endemic flora and fauna that become icons and attractions for tourists to come, and none in other parts of Indonesia other than in the meru betiri national park.
Meru Betiri National Park has pristine beaches, mangrove forests, swamp forests and lowland rainforests. This national park was inaugurated during the Dutch era, namely in 1929. This national park also has its own uniqueness, which is home to leatherback turtles, ridel turtles, hawksbill turtles, green turtles. Even in the meru betiri national park has been built breeding facilities for turtles.
Several types of flora in the national park include: rafflesia zillingeriana, Rhizophora sp, avicennia sp, hibiscus tiliaceus, calophyllum inophyllum, gluta renghas, lagerstroemia speciose, altonia scholaris, artocarpus elesticus. Besides there are many flora, the fauna in the national park is also very much like: boss javanicus, macaca fascicularis, panthera pardus melas, cuon alpinus javanicus, prionailurus bengalensis javanensis, cervus timorensis russa, lomys horsfirldii, payo muticus, Dermochelys coriacea, Eretmochelys imbricate, chelonia mydas, olivacea lepidochelvs.
The existing facilities in the meru betiri national park are very complete, with the existence of places of worship, bathrooms, parking areas, even for lodging. For lodging in this national park is quite unique, because it is in the form of a stilt house. Access to Meru Betiri National Park can be traveled through the city of Jember with a travel time of around 1.5 hours.