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The town of Banyuwangi has excellent transport links and is 8km south of Ketapang, from where ferries run to Gilimanuk in Bali. But buses travelling to or from Bali head straight to the ferry terminal so there no need to stop at the town itself. The beauty of nature is spread across Banyuwangi from the west to the east. Mountains, forests and beaches mark the landscape of the regency. For instance, Ijen Crater, in the western part of Banyuwangi is famous for its beautiful crater lake, the traditional sulfur miners who amazingly climb up and down the slope of Mount Merapi, and the plantations that cover the Crater’s slope. The National Park of Meru Betiri is famous for its Java Tiger and turtles.