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Location TNM can be achieved through O and Saleman from the north coast or through Tehoru . Alternatives journey to TNM service can be described as follows:

a.From Ambon to Saleman - Wahai can be reached by boat which takes 24 hours . This motor boat has itineraries 3 times a week . Travelling from Wahai to the Park can be reached by foot .
b.Through the southern coast , TNM pursued through the city of Ambon to Tehoru - Saunulu - Mosso boat which takes 9 hours . Motor boat schedule runs is 4 times a week . The next trip to the national park locations can only be reached by foot .
c.Travel by land to do from Ambon to Tulehu with a travel time of 45 minutes . Furthermore, from Tulehu to Amahai can be achieved with a quick long boat which takes 1 hour 45 minutes . Travelling from Amahai to Tehoru carried by road for 3 hours subsequently forwarded by speed boat to Saunulu / Mosso subs 30-60 minutes . Visitors can also choose the route of travel overland to the northern part of the national park . This route is taken from Amahai to Saleman past Masohi which takes 3 hours followed by speed boat to the O that takes 2 hours .
d.Journey into the TNM of Saunulu / Mosso done by walking through the path and climb the cliffs of the mountains that guides and porters are indispensable .
e.From the north side , TNM area can be reached via the trans - Ceram from Wahai to Sasarata . This route can be traversed four wheels. Further on towards the national park Sasarata the middle / south can be reached by walking towards the footpath that connects Kaloa - Hatuolo Maraina , and Manusela . This trip takes approximately two days .
f.If visitors bring a four-wheeled vehicle , the trip is done from Ambon to Liang with travel time ± 1.5 hours . Furthermore, from Liang to Kairatu taken for ± 2 hours by ferry . Saka of Kairatu to be reached by road for ± 3.5 hours .
g.The latest route to get to the National Park is the northern part of Ambon can directly use types Merpati Twin Otter plane Heading to Wahai , from Wahai to Sasarata and subsequent trips made ​​by foot to the area .

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