At first let me introduce my self. My name is Mirza sharz, I am a tour guide and representative marketing staff of Kagum Ujungkulon. We also thank to you for requiring information about our organization on your excellent website that helps promoting our service to the whole world. Now we would like to ask you (if possible) to refresh that page with up date information as follow:
* Minibus Labuan – Tamanjaya : HM or RM cost Rp. 30.000/person * Chartered boat Tamanjaya – Peucang Island cost Rp. 2.500.000 / trip (max 2 days) * Chartered boat Tamanjaya – Handeuleum Island cost Rp. 800.000 / trip (max 2 days) * Chartered boat Tamanjaya – Panaitan Island cost Rp. 3.000.000 / trip (max 2 days) * Local guides fee is Rp. 100,000/day, (meals and cigarettes not included) * English sp. guides fee is Rp. 300,000/day, (meals and cigarettes not included) most of them from Carita * Simple Room at homestay Sunda Jaya: Rp. 75.000 / night * Room with private toildet at homestay Sunda Jaya: Rp. 150.000 / night * Wisma Wisata Alam Tamanjaya is no longer exist since I closed it in 2006 due to my “migration” to Bekasi and Kagum can’t handle it as well. * Warca Dinata’s cellphone number: +6281807545200 (for room, boat or tour reservation in bahasa Indonesia) * Mirza Sharz’s cellphone number: +628388437999 (for tour reservation in English)
UJUNG KULON NATIONAL PARK ?JUNGLE AND BEACH TREKKING – SAILING? Duration: 06 DAYS / 05 NIGHTS START/FINISH: JAKARTA Grade: MODERATE
Day 01: JAKARTA ? SUMUR – TAMAN JAYA Meeting point at noon, depart to Taman Jaya village by car, and we will arrive before dinner time, eat dinner and there’s a welcoming introduction about trip from our staff and we?ll spend the night in guest house. (D) Day 02 : TAMAN JAYA ? KALAJETAN ? KARANG RANJANG Get up in the morning, eat breakfast, prepare to trek to Kalajetan, and as soon as we get there we eat lunch, rest for one hour then we begin to trek to Karang Ranjang passing through forest, swamps, and the beach. We eat dinner at Karang Ranjang and spend the night in the tent. (B,L.D) Day 03 : KARANG RANJANG – CIBANDAWOH ? CIBUNAR Get up in the morning, eat breakfast, and we trek to South beach of Cibandawoh. Take a rest at lunch time, begin trekking again to Cibunar, a long way to go and there’s coffee break on the road. By the time we get there it will be dinner time, free programs afterwards and sleep in tents. (B,L,D) Day 04 : CIBUNAR – CIDAUN ? CIBOM Get up in the morning as usual, eat breakfast and start trekking through the woods of Cidaun. There’s a coffee break at the edge of a river. Watch wild animals on the park, take a rest and eat lunch. After lunch we trek passing the beach to Cibom. Eat dinner at cibom, free programs after that and sleep in tents. (B,L,D) Day 05 : CIBOM-TANJUNG LAYAR- PEUCANG ISLAND Get up in the morning, eat breakfast and follow a short trek to lighthouse in Tanjung Layar. Coffee break at 9am and back on trekking to Cibom, arrive on the boat and begin sailing to Peucang island. Eat lunch on the island and rest if you want, it’s free time, you could swim or snorkel. Coffee break at 4 and we?ll have a short trek to Karang Pocong up until sunset, after that go back to the base camp on the island, eat dinner, free programs afterwards and go to sleep in guest house. (B,L,D) Day 06 : PEUCANG ISLAND-HENDEULEUM-SUMUR-JAKARTA Get up in the morning, eat breakfast as usual. Travel by boat to Hendeuleum island. then canoeing in Cigenter river, take a break and eat lunch on the boat. Sail back to Sumur and drive home to Jakarta. (B,L)
Ujon Kolon Birdwatching
Ujon Kolon Birdwatching Duration: 6 DAYS / 5 NIGHTS GROUP SIZE: 1 – 5 people Best Visit Season: April ? September
Day 01 : JAKARTA – TAMAN JAYA After Breakfast, we will drive to Taman Jaya village, this will be take 5-6 hours, afternoon we will arrival in Taman Jaya, and after lunch walking to Cibiuk hot spring water for hearing bird in the forest and back to Taman Jaya. (D) Day 02 : CIPAMANGGANGAN RIVER ? CIKABEMBEM RIVER Early morning we starting sailing using traditional boat to and use canoing to Cipamanggangan river and others side Cipamanggangan for wild bird watching, afternoon canoing to Cikabembem river after that back to boat and overnight in Heundeuleum or overnight on boat. (B,L,D) DAY 03 : CIKABEMBEM RIVER ? CIGENTER RIVER Early morning, starting for wild bird watching in Cikabembem river and afternoon canoing to Cigenter river, overnight at tent or on boat. (B,L,D) DAY 04 : CIGENTER RIVER ? CITENGAH RIVER – PEUCANG ISLAND Early morning starting canoing to Cigenter river, in this river we are not watching a bird, many other wild life eg. pyhton snake, monkey, if we lucky we can meet with java rhinoceros. Afternoon we canoing in Citengah river for bird watching, and sailing to Peucang island, overnight in Peucang. (B,L,D) DAY 05 : PEUCANG ISLAND – CI UJUNG KULON RIVER – CIDAUN – CIBOM or PEUCANG ISLAND Early morning, we starting for canoing at Ci Ujung Kulon river, and watch wild bird in Peucang island or relax for swimming or snorkel, afternoon visiting Cidaun savana for watching many bos javanicus javanicus, javan deer, javan leaf monkey, javan gibbon, other wild animals, overnight in Peucang or camp in Cibom. (B,L,D) DAY 06 : TAMAN JAYA – JAKARTA After breakfast, sailing to Taman Jaya then drive to Jakarta. End tour. (B)
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