• Duration

    6Days 5Nights

  • Location

    Ujung Kulon, Banten
    Indonesia

Situated about 300 km from the capital city of Jakarta, or about 140 km from Serang, the capital city of Banten Province, Ujung Kulon National Park encompasses a total area of 122,955 hectares consisting of 78,619 hectares land area and 44,337 hectares of seas. The national park stretches across the Ujung Kulon Peninsula, Panaitan Island, Peucang Island, Handeleum islands, and Honje Mountain Range. Administratively, Ujung Kulon National Park is located within the Sumur and Cimanggu districts, in the Pandeglang Regency, in the province of Banten. The Javan Rhinos are known as the largest animals on Java and the second largest animals in Indonesia after the Asian Elephant. This extraordinary creature is extremely rare and barely makes its appearance noticeable. Some of the locals even regard the Javan rhino as more than a mere animal but almost like a near sacred ancient creature. Aside from the Javan Rhino, Ujung Kulon National Park is also home to many other special wildlife..

DAY 1

Jakarta – Carita Beach

Upon arrival at Jakarta airport in the morning or midday, the we will drive to Carita beach for you to make an overstay.

DAY 1

Carita – Sumur – Batul Island – Taman Jaya

Depart from Carita Beach in the morning to Sumur, a fishing village near Ujung Kulon, through hills jungles and rice fields. From Sumur a large traditional fishing boat takes us to Tamanjaya at the entrance to Ujung Kulon. On the way to Tamanjaya we will make a stop over on Batul Island a small uninhabited reef-lined island with beautiful white sand beaches. Arrival in Tamanjaya should be around 0400 Pm leaving time for a leisurely walk around the fishing village. The night is spent in a home stay on the beach near the pier and across from the World Wildlife Fund local headquarters

DAY 3

Handeuleum Island

This morning we board the boat for the trip to Handeuleum island inside. The Island is near the main peninsula and is home to a ranger station. We pick up canoes here and take them to the Cigenter river. Canoeing the river for an hour through some prime rainforest terrain when there area opportunities to view wildlife. The riverbanks are lined with the footprints of Banteng and the Javan Rhino. The treetops are home to the many types of monkey and bird life. Hornbills fly overhead pythons hang on tree branches and monitor lizards scurry up the riverbanks.
We return to the boat for lunch as we travel west on the coast to Citelang a most spectacular white sand beach where the rain forest meets the ocean. Camp is set on the beach and there is time for snorkeling the nearby reefs or exploring the rainforest. Nearby is a large wildlife grazing ground with a look out tower. Close by is a small stream that pours onto the beach in a series of small waterfalls. This is a great place to cool down and clean up.

DAY 4

Snorkling Legon Waru – Peucang Island

Departure from Handeuleum Island to Citelang is at 900 Am after breakfast. During this day we visit the grazing ground at Jamang and snorkel off Legon Waru beach. The surrounding reef is filled with a variety of fish and coral life. Lunch is served on boat while we return to Citelang Stay over night at Peucang Island

DAY 5

Peucang island – Sumur – Carita

This morning we return trip directly to Sumur port. We may stop off some snorkeling on one of the small island in the area if there are those on the trip wanting to stop.
From Sumur return back to Carita
Overstay in Carita

DAY 6

Carita – End of program

After breakfast at hotel, end of program