Karimunjawa : The Hidden Paradise of Java


Karimunjawa archipelago is a group of islands which is located in the Java Sea. It is included in the district of Jepara, Central Java. It becomes one of the attractive tourist marine parks in Java. Here can be found protected coral reefs (very colorful plateaus and plains in deep and shallow waters), secluded and tranquil white beaches, pelican and hornbill, sea grass and kinds of sea creatures, from crabs, anchovy, starfish, sharks, stingray, jellyfish, red snappers, etc.


Karimunjawa also has several nicknames, one of them is the paradise of Java because Karimujawa has areas that are still natural. In addition, the island is also limited by the white sand beach. To reach the island through sea transportation is not difficult because there is the port of Tanjung Emas, Semarang. While via the airline, the islands Karimunjawa facilitates the establishment of Ahmad Yani Airport, Semarang. Karimunjawa is one of the millions of interesting Indonesian tourist spots which you have to visit.


The archipelagic Karimunjawa, thought not as known the Marine reserves near Ambon and Manado, has unexpectedly good beaches, reefs and lovely sea scopes. Corals seem to blossom in to gardens, with an Amazing variety of form and color fishers and marine plants. It lies 90 km away from Jepara and can reached by “KM. Adison I & KM Kota Ukir” boat, the only ferryboat connecting Karimunjawa and Jepara. The resort offers stunning dives and snorkeling trips for all sorts of divers from novice to experience. Fringing reefs, atolls, wrecks and an excellent variety of different species make diving in Karimunjawa an unforgettable adventure.