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Thank you for visiting my website, I  have been organising the tour in these areas  for many years:   Ujung Kulon National Park, Krakatau Volcano and Baduy Tribe. As Local Tour Organizer and Guiding,  trying to help tourism industry in our land by employing local people with their professionality, personality and services oriented. We know your time is valuable and you are looking for the best places for your vacation  in Java - Indonesia.
We offer expeditions and adventure or study tours to Anak krakatoa Volcano and  Ujung Kulon National Park or Baduy Community  for small groups and individuals. Whether you need competent logistic support or just want to enjoy an unusual vacation.

Contact Details

Nick Name : MAMAN
Addresss   :   Anak Krakatoa Homestay
                     Jl Raya Carita km 10 Labuan Pandeglang
                     Banten Indonesia 42264

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+62 (0) 859 3029 4414
Whatsapp  :  +62 (0) 896 3543 4671
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Krakatoa or Krakatau
Krakatoa (Indonesian: Krakatau), is a volcanic island made of a'a lava in the Sunda Strait between the islands of Java and Sumatra in Indonesia. The name is used for the island group, the main island (also called Rakata), and the volcano as a whole. The island exploded in 1883, killing approximately 40,000 people, although some estimates put the death toll much higher. The explosion is considered to be the loudest sound ever heard in modern history, with reports of it being heard nearly 3,000 miles (4,800 km) from its point of origin. The shock wave from the explosion was recorded on barographs around the globe.
Historical significance
The best known eruption of Krakatoa culminated in a series of massive explosions on August 26–27, 1883, which was among the most violent volcanic events in modern and recorded history.
With a Volcanic Explosivity Index (VEI) of 6, the eruption was equivalent to 200 megatons of TNT (840 PJ) – about 13,000 times the nuclear yield of the Little Boy bomb (13 to 16 kt) that devastated Hiroshima, Japan, during World War II and four times the yield of the Tsar Bomba (50 Mt), the largest nuclear device ever detonated.
The 1883 eruption ejected approximately 21 km3 (5.0 cu mi) of rock, ash, and pumice.
The cataclysmic explosion was distinctly heard as far away as Perth in Western Australia, about 1,930 miles (3,110 km) away, and the island of Rodrigues near Mauritius, about 3,000 miles (5,000 km) away.
Near Krakatoa, according to official records, 165 villages and towns were destroyed and 132 seriously damaged, at least 21,007 (official toll) people died, and many thousands were injured by the eruption, mostly from the tsunamis that followed the explosion. The eruption destroyed two-thirds of the island of Krakatoa.
Eruptions at the volcano since 1927 have built a new island in the same location, named Anak Krakatau (which is Indonesian for "Child of Krakatoa"). This island currently has a radius of roughly 2 kilometres (1.2 mi) and a high point around 300 metres (980 ft) above sea level, growing 5 metres (16 ft) each year. Read more ....

Ujung Kulon National Park
The last home for Javan Rhinoceros
On the south western tip of the island of Java, where the vast expanse of the Indian ocean and the equatorial waters of the Sunda strait merger, is one of Indonesia’s paramount national park, Ujung Kulon. which meant West Point, This national park located in the extreme south-western tip of Java on the Sunda shelf, includes the Ujung Kulon peninsula and several offshore islands and encompasses the natural reserve of Krakatoa. In addition to its natural beauty and geological interest – particularly for the study of inland volcanoes  it contains the largest remaining area of lowland rainforests in the Java plain. Ujung Kulon National Park is one of the last remaining natural forests on Java. Read more...

Ujung Kulon National Park attractions
Handeuleum Island
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. Read more..
Peucang Island
The unique and delightful island of Peucang lies in clear blue 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. Read more ...

Baduy Tribe
The last tribe community in Banten Java
The Baduy (or Badui), who call themselves Kanekes, are a traditional Sundanese community living in the southeastern part of the Indonesian province of Banten, near Rangkasbitung. Their population of 11,700 is centered in the Kendeng mountains at an elevation of 300–500 meters (975'-1,625') above sea level. Their homeland in Banten, Java is contained in just 50 km2 (19 sq mi) of hilly forest area 120 km (75 mi) from Jakarta, Indonesia's capital.

Ethnically the Baduys belong to the Sundanese ethnic group. Their racial, physical and linguistic traits bear much resemblance to the rest of the Sundanese people; however, the difference is in their way of life. Baduy people resist foreign influences and vigorously preserve their ancient way of life, while modern Sundanese are more open to foreign influences and a majority are Muslims. Read more

News about: Anak Krakatau Volcano Activity updates (Indonesia>Sunda Strait, Banten)
01 January 2020
06.00 - 12.00
Eruption: 1 times
Amplitude: 37 mm
Duration: 51 seconds

Degassing: 1 times
Amplitude: 10 mm
Duration: 36 seconds

07 January 2020
06.00 - 12.00
Eruption: 1 times
Amplitude: 36 mm
Duration: 101 seconds

4-6 January 2020
Mr Sergei and friends (Moscow, Russia)
Upon arrival at Anak Krakatau that we saw degassing all the time

18 October 2019
Mr Fransisca and wife ( Madrid, Spain)
Upon arrival at Anak Krakatau that we saw surtyesan eruption 

1 October 2019
Mr Jacques K (Volcano photographer, Swiss)
This is the 6th times for Mr Jacques visitied Krakatau
Upon arrival at Anak Krakatau we saw some phreatic eruption

16 July 2019
Nathalie Duverlie ( Volcano photographer, Lyon - France)
Seeing closer lava crater Anak Krakatau 

31 May 2019
Nina and Mikhail (Russia)
Visiting Krakatau to see the Anak Kratakatu aftermath collapsed and caused of tsunami. It was 338 m sea level but now 157 m sea level. Anak Krakatau is being re-construction itself by now.

22 December 2018
Anak Krakatau erupted caused south west of flank collapsed  then generated tsunami hit several coastal regions of Banten in Java and Lampung in Sumatra