Sumatra Island has always had a wild natural beauty. Stretch of natural wealth is protected by the government and inaugurated as a national park to protect the sustainability of flora and fauna in it. Kerinci Seblat National Park is the largest national park in Sumatra, Indonesia. Has an area of 13.750 km ² and stretches to four different provinces, namely West Sumatra, Jambi, Bengkulu and South Sumatra. This national park consists of Bukit Barisan Mountains that has the highest plateau in the Sumatra, Mount Kerinci. This park also consists of springs, hot springs, rivers rushing wing, caves, waterfalls, waterfalls and the highest caldera lake in Southeast Asia, Mount Seven. About 4,000 plant species grow in areas of national parks including the world's largest flower Rafflesia arnoldi and highest flower in the world, the Titan Arum. Fauna in the area of national park comprises, among others, the Sumatran Tiger, Sumatran Rhinoceros, Sumatran Elephant, Clouded Tiger, Malay Tapir, Honey Bear and about 370species of birds. Kerinci Seblat National Park consist of 9 Kabupaten, 43 Kecamatan and 134 Desa. Kerinci Seblat National Park is a representative type of lowland rain forest ecosystem to sub alpine ecosystems as well as some typical ecosystems like peat bogs, freshwater marshes and lakes. Visiting Kerinci Seblat National Park can be used as an alternative to natural attractions that are rich in diversity of habitats within it. However, not only as a tourist attraction, this place can also be a place for learning and research.