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Krakatoa & Ujung Kulon Wildlife

Baduy Village I Mt. Krakatoa I Ujung Kulon I Banten, West Java

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Immerse yourself into an exploration of the isolated Baduy tribe, the legendary Krakatoa, and the fantastic Ujung Kulon Wildlife on this five-day enchanting trip curated for the traditional art, scenic nature, and colorful culture enthusiasts.

Begin at Ciboleger – a gateway to the remote Baduy villages requires moderate trekking through scenic hills and spectacular bamboo bridges. The Baduy live in almost a complete seclusion and cling to their reclusive way of life despite the temptations of the modern world. This tour gives a special occasion to stroll around their villages while contemplating their traditional life – see them making unique traditional handicrafts, such as a wooden bag from the skin, bracelets, and cloths. Continue to the remnant of legendary Krakatoa – Anak Krakatau, commonly known as the Child of Krakatoa, is a part of the ring of fire, offering the primordial atmosphere of the Krakatoa through jungle canopies, hidden caverns, and remote beaches. You will also cruise to the surrounding islands including to the magical world of Peucang Island and to the scenic Handeuleum Island with its Amazon-like river. Your tour to the Ujung Kulon National Park area encounters you to lowland tropical forest along with its endangered animals including the rarest Java Rhino and Javan black monkey.


Early morning at 05:00 AM local time, you will be picked up by our representative in your hotel in Jakarta to Baduy Tribe Village at Ciboleger. An excursion to this gateway of Baduy tribe takes about 4 hours passing through scenic hills. Arrived at Ciboleger, you will directly trek through villages of Baduy: Kadu Ketug, Kadu Jangkung, Kadu Keter and continue to Gajeboh villages passing the spectacular bamboo bridge. After lunch, stroll around the village and see their traditional life, looking at them making cloth, wooden bag from the skin, bracelets, and other unique handicrafts. Set off to Cigula, crossing bamboo bridges to Cicakal, we will stop over in Baduy lake. You will then back to Ciboleger and head out to Carita Beach – a perfect place for swimming, scuba diving, snorkeling, sailing, fishing, and underwater photography. Meals included: Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner.


Your tour today takes you to the legendary Krakatoa Volcano by a private speedboat double engines around 1.5 hours from Carita crossing the Sunda Strait. The first arrival is Anak Krakatau which is a part of Ring of Fire. Explore the volcano through the jungle canopies, volcanic mountainside and whitewater rivers, hidden caverns, remote beaches, and varied coral reefs. Continue cruising to the magical world of Peucang Island, where the most beautiful island in Ujung Kulon National Park is and has white sand beaches. You will check into Peucang Island Eco Resort and spend the rest of the day at leisure – unwind the tropical island beach! Meals included: Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner.


An immersive exploration of Ujung Kulon National Park, a UNESCO Heritage Site, begins today. After a hearty breakfast, enjoy a short boat trip to Ujung Kulon Peninsula (Cibom) and start jungle trekking for about 1.5 hours through the dense rainforest up to the Ciramea Beach – a sandy coastline which is also the egg-laying site for green turtles. Along the way, Javan black monkey, hornbill toucan, and giant black squirrel are often be seen. You will continue trekking along the coast to Tanjung Layar – a historical site where two previous lighthouses were constructed in the 1800’s. Then, short trekking to Cibom, where our boat is mooring and crossing to Peucang for lunch and snorkeling. In the afternoon, embarked on a journey to Ujung Kulon Peninsula (Cidaon) to observe wildlife at Cidaon grassing ground including the rarest Java Rhino. Leave Cidaon to the beach, wait for exceptional sunset coming while having tea or coffee time. Back to Peucang Island, savor dinner and overnight. Meals included: Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner.


After a hearty breakfast, travel over Peucang Island by trekking to the Karang Copong Beach that situated in the North of the island passing through the primary forest. Upon your arrival at the destination, relish the coastal panorama that full of large rocks as well as the Karang Copong that looks like Tanah Lot in Bali. Stay energized by having a delicious lunch, and then continue the tour to Citerjun coral reefs for snorkeling over a variety of colorful tropical fish. Among some of the dwellers of Peucang Island, underwater realm are butterfly fish, angel fish, clown fish, and a whole lot more! Afterward, off to Cidaon grassing ground situated on the opposite peninsula island, this vast grassland is grassing ground for the wild bull, wild pig, peafowl, and leopard. You will eventually back on sunset time and overnight. Meals included: Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner.


Today, you will check out from the resort and go cruising to Handeuleum Island by speedboat. Arrive around 10:00 AM, explore the Cigenter River for canoeing activity. The locals recognize it as the little Amazon. You may encounter several snakes on the branches, phytons, deer, and mangroves. Then, transfer to Marina Harbor in Carita, you will end the tour in the capital city of Indonesia – Jakarta. Now, it is time to say goodbye – We hope your journey with us is creating unforgettable memories, and we will be glad to see you again in another remarkable place in Indonesia! Meals included: Breakfast.

  • Accommodation with daily breakfast at selected hotels.
  • Meals as mentioned in the itinerary, except for alcoholic drinks.
  • Private tours, transfers and all services as mentioned in the itinerary.
  • Service of a private driver and air-conditioned vehicles.
  • Entrance fees for all the mentioned sights.
  • Professional english speaking guides.
  • Personal travel insurance (domestic insurance).
  • Service charges and goverment VAT tax.
  • Domestic & international airfares to and from our start and end points + departure taxes if applicable (Notes: The price of this tour does not include any domestic & international airfares to and from our start and end points; however, our reservations specialists are more than happy to help arrange domestic & international flights on your behalf and advise on scheduling. We book hundreds of flights each year on behalf of our guests, and we know the best routes to take to ensure you arrive on time. We only book with IATA-approved airlines that have met with international standards of safety and dependability).
  • Personal expenses (mini bar, laundry, room services, additional food & drink at the hotel/restaurant, etc).
  • Early check-in and late check-out at hotels.
  • Visa fees.
  • Tipping to guides, drivers, captain & crew (on the final day of your tour, you will have an opportunity to contribute in giving tip fund discretionarily. We believe that between US$ 5-10 per day is an appropriate amount. However, this is just a suggestion and remains entirely up to the judgment and discretion of the guests. We do ask that you kindly refrain from offering tips to guides or drivers at any time, except during cases of exceptional service, when it should be arranged through the office. Tipping of your travel specialists for their hard work is also welcome, and is at your discretion).
Price & Additional Information
  • Tour prices are a guideline only, and are based on two persons traveling together, sharing a double or twin room. Each tour price can be adjusted depending on budgets, activities included, and standards of accommodation desired.
  • Tour prices include all applicable taxes and are subject to change without prior notice until services are booked.
  • You, your holiday and booking direct: Adventure Archipelago is on the ground year-round in Indonesia, which means you are booking direct with a local travel company, allowing you to save on the cost of your holiday. Our tailor-made tours are designed by our travel specialists and local experts who investigate every aspect of the trip themselves, giving you a unique view of each destination.


  • Clothing - The tropical climate means you can safely leave all of your warm weather gear at home. Bring cool pieces of cotton, T-shirts, and shorts. Likewise, a lightweight fleece could be useful for pre-dawn trekking or if there is a cold wind on the mountain  – even if you don’t need it, it will be helpful for the plane. Adventure Archipelago is respectful of the local cultures and customs; bring clothes that cover your shoulders and knees for villages or temples visits. Finally, you might want to bring at least one smart-casual outfit for sunset cocktails and evening meals. Ladies: beach throw-overs, kaftans and sarongs are always useful; choose fabrics that dry easily. Also, bring a lightweight sundress or two – several destinations offers an excellent setting for a photo shoot, live it up.
  • Bags - A day backpack is essential on day hikes to carry things such as your water bottle, camera, binoculars, and rain jacket. A waterproof wet/dry bag is a good idea for your phone, camera, etc.
  • Footwear - Pack comfortable trainers, trekking sandals, sturdy walking shoes or hiking boots for hikes and walks. Bring socks to wear inside your walking shoes to avoid getting blisters. Many travelers appreciate the added stability of a walking stick or hiking pole; lightweight telescopic poles are easy to pack. You might also want waterproof sandals or reef shoes for wet landings and water activities. Flip-flops are great for the beach. Note: Standard practice is to go barefoot on the boat.
  • Sun Protection - You’ll be spending plenty of time out in the scorching tropical sun, so be sure to pack sunscreen with a high enough SPF to protect your skin from the sun’s damaging rays, which are stronger in the water, and some sun-protective clothing as well. Cover-ups, sarongs, sun shirts, and other such clothing will ensure that you come back from your trip with just happy memories and photographs – and not sunburn. A good hat is essential; a wide-brimmed hat or cap will keep the strong equatorial sun off your face and neck. Sunglasses keep your eyes protected and add a little glam to your photos. A strap to hold your glasses can be a good idea on more active adventures. Just in case you fail to avoid getting sunburnt, bring an aloe-based lotion to soothe burned skin.
  • Swimwear - Don’t forget your swimsuit/bikini/shorts/trunks/Speedos —and preferably more than just one swimsuit, so that one or two can be drying while you are wearing another. Luckily, swimsuits and/or swim trunks don’t take up too much space in your luggage. The water is warm but a rash guard (or a wetsuit) will protect you from the sun, abrasions and stings.
  • Skin & Hair Protection - Ladies, it’s important that you take good care of your skin and hair. The sun, seawater, and salty air may be beautiful to experience but it can be tough on your body and will wreak havoc on your locks. Bring moisturizing lotion to soothe skin parched by the sun and the saltwater; bring a leave-in conditioner to de-tangle your hair with ease because the water, mask, and hair-ties will leave it in knots. Also consider bringing a scarf or headband to hold back unruly hair, or hair-ties/pins to keep your hair off your face and therefore prevent water seeping into your mask.
  • Camera Equipment - If you are a photo enthusiast, bring all of the camera and video equipment that you will use as you can expect exceptional opportunities for photography. If you prefer the ease of a point and shoot, bring that. If you want to take underwater photos, you might want to invest in a waterproof camera/GoPro or waterproof housing to capture pictures of the incredible marine life. It’s also a good idea to bring a spare memory card.

Unforgettable experiences you’ll get:

  • Visit Villages of Baduy Tribe, natural villages untouched by modernization and contemplate their traditional way of life.
  • An excursion into to the Child of Krakatoa – a part of the Ring of Fire and one of the most deadly volcanic eruptions of modern history.
  • Chasing Java's rhinos, the rarest large animal on earth and some other endangered animals.
  • Explore amazing wildlife, alluring flora & lush forests, and enchanting coral reefs of UNESCO World Heritage Site, Ujung Kulon National Park.
  • A trilling canoeing adventure through little Amazon at Cigenter River, Handeuleum Island.


Baduy Village I Mt. Krakatoa I Ujung Kulon I Banten, West Java

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5 Days 4 Nights

start from IDR 14,282,500 per person

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