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Packages :  4 Days   
Start : Jakarta  
Room : lodge
Price : Contact

 

Tour Itinerary

DAY 01 - JAKARTA - BADUY TRIBE - CARITA

We pick you up in Jakarta city at 6am for meeting service with our representative  than continue to (Baduy Tribe) to Ciboleger takes about 4 hours through passes hills, paddy field (Javanese agricultural) arrived at Ciboleger (the gate to Baduy tribe) directly trekking through villages of Baduy such us : Kadu Ketug, Kadu jangkung, Kadu Keter then tracking to Gajeboh villages passes the spectacular bamboo bridge, After lunch we continue for return back than stop over  to see view around the village ( to see they make cloth, wooden bag from skin. bracelets ect) Then continuing to Cigula crossing other bamboo bridge to Cicakal  we will stop over in Baduy lake than back to Ciboleger  - Carita. Overnight  (free program)

DAY 02 :  CARITA - UJUNG KULON

After breakfast at 8am than directly to  to south coast of Cikaung Village where the road down the coastline ends, is just outside the park boundary than walk (trekking) to Cikacang at Honje Mountain range the slope of this area the habitats of the endangered Java gibbon, black monkey and variety of animal and birdlife, overnight at lodge, dinner will be served at 7pm. (free program)m (free program).

DAY 03 : UJUNG KULON - PEUCANG ISLAND

After breakfast at 8am  you’ve had breakfast than continue go by cruise to Peucang Island is truly a secluded paradise  located at the most western edge of Java Island. Surrounded by a soft white sandy beach, clear blue waters, and enchanting coral reefs,  Peucang promises serenity for whoever steps on its sands. and is home to a variety of species of wild animals such as monkeys, hornbills, monitor lizards, wild boars, toucans, sea hawks, and more. The most notable of these is the barking deer that are found abundantly around the island. Arrive than check in at Peucang island lodge, than w are are ready to explore Peucang Island trekking to the Karang Copong ( North of Peucang island ) passes through primary forest. Also you can see kind of huge trees like Ficus or Liana. sometimes we could see common wildlife animals such as; wild pig peacock, hornbill and others. As well as you’ll see huge plants like Ficus or Liana.

After an hour trekking, we’ll take a rest at Karang Copong. Back to the lodge. It is time to have lunch, continue to Citerjun coral reef for snorkeling to see variety of tropical colurfull fish (Among some of the dwellers of Peucang Island underwater realm are butterfly fish, angel fish, clown fish, cockatoo fish, and a whole lot more) late afternnon continue to Cidaon grassing ground situated on the peninsula opposite island, this large grassland is grassing ground for wild bull, wild pig, peafowl, leopard, back on sunset time overnight at Fauna Eco lodge, dinner and (free program). B/L/D

DAY 04 : UJUNG KULON - SUMUR - JAKARTA

After breakfast we boar for return back to Sumur Village on the way we explorer Citerjun coral Greef, under water on this area is full of reef also colurfull of tripical fish can find it visit to the world – (Among some of the dwellers of Peucang Island underwater realm are butterfly fish, angel fish, clown fish, cockatoo fish, and a whole lot more) arrive at Sumur than transfer back to Jakarta. End the trip. B/L

Service include :

Land transport from Jakarta  (go and return)

National Park permit a

Boat facility.

Meals as stated in itinerary (B,L,D).

Mieral water. soft drink, tea, coffee annd snacks.

Lodge in Ujung Kulon ( Non – AC Room)

Escort guide and Park Ranger fee (our local guide)

Porter fee

Snorkeling equipment (masker-snorkel)

Price excludes :

Alcohol and soft drinks

Personal travel Insurance

Gratuities to guide and crew

Boat facility :

All our boats are equipped with life jackets, navigation devices and are operated by a professional  crew. You will be accompanied by our English speaking guide

Remark :

The trip itinerary is very much dependent on the weather conditions and may make changes accordinge

What you have to bring :

light clothes like T-shirts and shorts (daytime)  long trousers and long sleeved shirts in bright colour (evening and night time),    One small backpack and comfortable boots for jungle  treks (additional sandals for  for explorer & observation treks)    light and warm socks,   raincoat, plastic or waterproof bag for your personal belongings,    hut, sunglasses, sun lotion, insect repellent, toilet paper,    camera, mobilphone and cards,   mosquitonet and flashlight, swimming suit and towel    personal medical kit and recommended medicine like anti diarrhea medicine, dehydration salt, aspirin and antibiotic

Tips for visitors

+ To avoid the adverse effect of severe heat, smear uncovered skin with sunblock and to protect your health, use antimosquito cream while traversing the forest.

+ Wear muted-color garments while watching animals in their habitat or grazing locations.

+ For safety's sake during a trip, every group of tourists is advised to use the services of a guide.

+ Don't disturb or feed wild animals in the national park, especially long-tailed macaques on Peucang island, which look so tame.

+ Don't throw rubbish in the park, but collect and take it back to the guest house or outside the park. Obey all regulations effective in the national park and also the local customs.

UJUNG KULON TREK AND ADVENTURE

 # Enjoying the expertise of some of Ujung Kulon’s finest guides & rangers

 # Great sightings of various kingfishers and heron species along the rivers

 # Trekking & camping deep inside the core zone of Ujung Kulon National Park

 # Seeing over 33 species of Mammals (* = heard or signs only)

 # Seeing over 141 species of birds throughout including Green Peafowl & Elegant Pitta (* = heard or signs only)

 # Spotlighing banteng, Sunda leopard cat & Javan mousedeer along the river banks

 # Canoeing down the river where more Javan rhinos have been seen than anywhere

 # Enjoying  snorkeling to see trofical colourfull fish of Ujung Kulon NP

 # Enjoying  boat transfers around the stunning coastline of Ujung Kulon NP

 

 

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