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  Ujung Kulon - Baduy Tribe Tour A

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  Peucang Island Tour 

  Surf Panaitan Island

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The tree entrance points for visitors to Ujung Kulon National are Taman Jaya, Peucang Island and Handeuluem Island. Two less visited regions, Panaitan Island and Gunung Honje Range, can be reached from these entrance Points or direct fromLabuan.

TAMANJAYA AREA

The village of Tamanjaya, where the road down the coast line ends, is just side the park boundary. This is the main entry point for trekking into the park and visiting Handeuleum Island

This pleasant village provide into kampong life and offers both short and long walks in Gunung Honje area and the south coast. Boat trips to Handeuleum and Peucang Island can be made from Tamanjaya.

WALK AND TRIPS

Cibiuk Hot Springs.

This short walk meadering through Tamanjaya village and paddy fields leads to a hot spring just inside the park just inside the park boundary.

Kalejetan Walk

The trail to Kalajetan passes through forest holding a variety of wildlife including pigs, squirrels and monkeys. at the south coast the camping area and guard post overlook the wave swept sandy shores of Kalejetan and bateng grazing grounds. crocodiles are also found in nearby lagoon and rhino are occasionally sighted in this region. this very pleasant walk provides both forest and shores experience.

Handeuleum Island  Trip

West across Welcome  Bay by local fishing boat is Handeuleum Island amongst aa group of small island off the Ujung Kulon Peninsula

PEUCANG  ISLAND AREA

The unique and delightful  island of Peucang lies in cleasr blu waters off the north western coastline of Ujung Kulon Peninsula. Itswhite sand beaches and coral reff shores hold a fascinating world of marine life while Peucang's impressive forest shelters an abundance of wildlife, some of which graze and play around the lodges. Opposite Peucang Island across a 800 meters cannel is the Ujng Kulon Peninsula with a wide variety of attractions.

SWIMMING AND DIVING

 Peucang Island 's beach is superb for swimming and shallow snorkeling reefs are also found all along the shore, for deeper snorkeling there are coral reefs to the east, midway between the island and mainland. Scuba diving areas are also found to the west and at several other locations off Peucang Island

WALK AND TRIPS

Karang Copong Walk

This pleasant walk north on peucang Island     passes through towering forest to a rock archway beyond which are the reef pools of Karang Copong. The trail leads to the top of a bluff overlooking the reef from where spectacular tropical sunset can be seen. From this point an alternative trail return to the lodges.

Citerjun Teracces Trip

Located to the north esast on the mainland peninsula is calcified terraces and stalactites created by the waters the citerjun. These are remnants of the once spectacular formations recorded by early mariners that were destroyed by Krakatau tidal waves of 1883.

Cidaon Grazing Ground Trips

situated on Peninsula opposite Pucang Island , this large grassland with an observation tower is grazing ground for banteng, pigs, monkey, peafowl and on very rate occasions Java Rinoceros. Early morning or evening are the best times to visit.

Ciujung River Trip

Just to the east of Cidaon the waters of the Ciujungkulon form a canoe able route through overhanging nypa a swampland.

Cibunar Walk

From Cidaon the trail south through magnificent rain forest, crosses a low saddle, join the river Cibunar the continues to clearing and rock ramps on the south coast. just western ward are the cibunar river mouth and the park guard post. Monkey, bantemg, pigs and the track of rhino are often seen on this trail and it provides a excellent profile of the park's vegetation.

Tanjung Layar

there are two ways of reaching Tanjung Layar. From those choosing the shorter walk. the boat travels 3 km west to Peninsula shore a Cibom. At Cibom are remains of a proposed naval port that was begun in 1808 and than abandoned because of hardships and political un heavily, and nearby shelter contains information about they region. The trail followers the coastline west passing the currecnt lighthouse. from this tower are spectacular views of the rugged headlands and island below( permission must be obtained from lighthouse staff to enter the property and to clip the lighthouse tower. The route continues to the ruins of early building from where a stairway climbs 40 m bluff to Tanjung Layar Historical Site where two previous lighthouses and staff quarters were constructed in 1800's.

Tanjung Layar (Via Cidaon)

The longer walk to Tanjung Layar involves a short boat ride to Cidaon river opposite Peucang Island. The trail follows the shores westward through coastal rain forest to Cibom and continues along the coast to the historical site.

Ciramea Walk

Alter taking a boat to Cibom the direct route to Ciramea travel thought the forest to a shelters at the south and follow the shore through rocky inletts and coastal forest to the northern end af ciramea bach. Either of these routes can be used for a return trip.

HANDEULEUM ISLAND AREA

Situated among a group of small islands just off the north eastern coast of the Ujung Kulon Peninsula, the Handeuleum island area offers river experiences with a variety of forest, wildlife and wetland in peace full location away from the main tourist routes.

Walk and Trip

This short forest walk across the island, the home of monkeys and deer, has views of  Peninsula coastline and adjacent island.

Cigenter Grazing Ground

There several ways of reaching the grazing grounds and the most direct is by boats to a jetty near the Cigenter river mouth although alternatives routes through the forrest can be more interesting. The grazing ground's wildlife include banteng, pigs, deer, peafowl and tunneling birds .

Cigenter River Trip

Canoe trips up the Cigenter River are somewhat influenced by tides and trees across the river and if conditions are right the canoes can travel deep into the forest. The cigenter's waters meander thought dense overhanging rain forest, the habitat of pythons and hornbills where crocodiles and rhinos may also de seen on rare occasions. The charm of this river lies in its tranquile, primeval beauty.

Cihandeuleum Walk

Beyond the grazing grounds are dry season routes through the forest in the region between the Cigenter and Cikembeumbeum rivers. The attractions include a massive fig tree, popular with wild life, which extend over a wide area. Animal treks in the stream beds and wetlands of this region record wildlife activity and rhino and leopard tracks are often seen.

Cikabeumbeum and  Cihandeuleum Rivers trip

South east of Handeuleum Island are three enchanting river outlets and their lower reaches can be explored by boat an high tide. From these forest of the sea come strange cloning sounds created by crabs and beyond are the silent inner waters.

PANAITAN  ISLAND AREA

Panaitan's hill rise from pristine forest with wildlife of deer, pig, monkey, crocodiles, monitor lizards large pythons and a wide variety of bird life on the ancient Hindu statues on the summits of gunung Raksa. Panaitan Island's rugged coastline and wide sandy beaches shelters several scuba diving reef and created exceptional surfing waves

SURFING AND DIVING

There several good scuba diving location off Panaitan island's northern and eastern shores including the reef of Batu Pitak near Lagon Butun but diving around Panaitan Island is not recommended for beginners

Gunung Rakasa Walk

From Citambuyung the trail climb to Hindu statue of ganesha and lingam symbol of Shiva on the summit of Gunung Raksa. These statue date from the pre-Islamic period in Indonesia n history and the ganesh statue is of particular interest as it is unlike others found in Indonesia

Lagon Sabini Walk

From Lagoon B Butun the trail crosses north west the Lagoon Bajo an a beach rout continues to white sandy beach, reefs and swamp of Lagoon Sabini at the head of Teluk Kasuaris.

GUNUNG HONJE AREA

The slopes of this range are the habitats of endangered Java gibbon and variety of Animal and birdlife. The villages in this region are seldom visited by tourist and provide insights into traditional Sudanese life.

WALK AND TRIP

Gunung Honje Walk

The climb of Mt. Honje  begins near Tamanjaya at Cimenteng and accent through the forest to the summit with views of Welcomes Bay ant the Ujung Kulon Peninsula

Cegog via Ranacecet

Beyond Cibadak the road becomes a motorbike or walking track passing through several kamung to the remote coastal village on Rancecet an Cegog at the south eastern corner of Ujung Kulon.

 


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