Java is divided into four provinces : West Java, Banten, Central Java and East Java. Yogyakarta is located in the southern part of Central Java and has a special previlege to be a special region. This Island is the political, geographic and economic center of Indonesia
You can start the ecological travels from Ujung Kulon (South Western of West Java). This virgin tropical rainforest is the home to the one-horned rhinoceros. Many species co-exist such as wild ox, deer, wild boar, panthers, crocodiles, snakes and birds. Rafting at Citarik river is also one of the best activities to drive your adrenaline.
The legendary cracatoa volcano lies just off the coast in the Sunda Sraits - 50 km from the West Java coast and 40 km from Sumatra.
The Badui community in West Java is a reclusive group of some 3,000 people, living in the remote Kendeng mountain. The term of Badui is used by the outsiders, but for the people itself they called as Urang Kenekes. Thsi is a unique society and refuse modernization.
Yogyakarta is a centre of dance, music, painting and batik is the undisputed cultural capital of Java. The slow pace and compact size of this quintessential Javanese town makes Yogyakarta easy to explore on foot. Close to the extraordinary monuments of Borobudur and Prambanan, the silversmiths' village of Kota Gede and the beaches of Parangtritis, Yogyakarta offers a feast of culture and history plus nature in all her majesty.
Move to east Java, and you can reach Mount Bromo. The ascend to the rim will take about 50 steps. The vast expanse of sands is formerly a caldera. Every year, based on Tenggerese calendar year, the local people will have a Kasada ceremony.They will surround the holy volcano and bring their humble offering the God of Bromo.
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