Discover the Karimunjawa Archipelago

Located between Java and Borneo, and still unknown to mass tourism, the Karimunjawa Archipelago is a National Marine Park protecting 27 coral fringed islands with white-sand beaches and turquoise seas. The main island of Pulau Karimunjawa is home to most of the archipelago’s facilities, and the majority of the islanders who rely on fishing, tourism and seaweed cultivation for their incomes. The archipelago is divided into zones to protect the rich ecosystem. Zone One is completely out of bounds to all except national park rangers, with other areas set aside for sustainable tourism. Activities here include diving, snorkelling, learning more about local culture, or simply sitting back and marvelling at your desert island surroundings.

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