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    Argueably the most famous volcanoe of all time , whose eruption generated the loudest sound ever recorded and when on to inspire one of the most famous paintings all of time , as well as in Hollywood movie.
    Ujung Kulon
    This national park , located in the extreme south-western tip of Java on the Sunda shelf, include 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 island volcanoes, it contains the largest remaining area of lowland forest in the Java plain. Several species of endangered plants and animals can be found there , the Javan rhinoceros being the most seriously under threat.
    The Badui
    Are one of the most unusual groups in Indonesia. Nobody really knows anything about them. Their villages are closed to outsiders especially during their sacred rituals. Practically the only thing they eat is rice and they seem to spend most of their time communicating with spirits. They are throught to have retreated to the mountains when Islam came to their homeland and they fled there to keep their religious customs alive. Generals and politicians sometimes seek them out for their perceived ability to see into the future.


    The Bromo Tengger Semeru National Park
    covers a massive area of 800 square kilometers in the center of East Java, the largest volcanic region in the province. Here you can see plumes of smoke coming from Mt. Semeru, an active volcano which rises 3676 meters above sea level, and experience the remarkable Tengger Caldera, Java's largest, with its 10 kilometers barren desert-like sea of sand. Within the caldera rise the deeply fissured volcanic cones of Batok and Bromo, the latter is still active with a cavernous crater from which smoke blows skyward. Temperatures at the top of Mount Bromo range about 5 to 18 degrees Celsius. To the south of the park is a rolling upland plateau dissected by valleys and dotted with several small scenic lakes.
    Mount Ijen
    is one of the active volcanoes, located between Bondowosoand Banyuwangi, part of Alas Purwo National Park, one of national conservation area in East Java. This crater, surely will offer us a lot of matter. The crater with large around 5,466 hectares has volcano crater eksotism, beautiful and charming nature. The quiet lake that has tosca colour of water is look like an elegance to everyone who saw it. The best time to enjoy the crater scenery is at morning, when the yellow sunlight glows the yellow water with their volume almost 200 million cubic and temperature around 200 Celcius degree, and shines also the surrounding mountain like mount Merapi.
    Sukamade Turtle Beach
    this place is to protect Green Turtles with a wild 3 kilometers sand strip on the Indian Ocean where 5 species of turtles come ashore to lay their eggs. Sukomade also a protected natural forest in East Java, related to the turtle breeding.  Night trip to the beach Sukomade thing that unforgettable. Road to Sukamade very challenging to be explored by everyone.


    Baluran National Park
    This park is a forest preservation area that extends about 25.000 ha on the north coast of East Java. The location is in Sumberwaru village, Banyuwangi district, Situbondo (on the east border of Java Island). You can enjoy the panorama of savannah and mount Baluran (inactive volcano) in the center of area that becomes habitat of many exotic animals such as wild pigs, deer, peacocks, wild chicken, some species of monkeys and also bulls as the protected animals in the area.
    Meru Betiri National Park
    The Meru Betiri National Park, covering 580 sq km between Jember and Banyuwangi districts, is an area of magnificent coastal rainforest and abundant wildlife, making it one of Java’s finest parks. It’s famous as one of the last refuges of the Java tiger, now almost certainly extinct. Meru Betiri is very difficult to access (often impossible in the rainy season), which keeps the number of visitors to a trickle.
    Sukamade Turtle Beach
    Sukamade beach is about 97 km to southwest of Banyuwangi. It is a natural, quiet, beautiful place and part of the 50,000 hectare Meru Betiri National Park. Almost every night of the year, turtles appear on Sukamade beach to lay eggs. It is clearly a globally important site and one which is  protected 24 hours a day, 365 days a year by the over-worked park rangers. Some eggs are taken by the rangers to protect them from predators, both human and other animals.