Ujung Kulon Indonesian National Park is a representative tropical rain forest ecosystem remaining low and the night of West Java, and is an ideal habitat for rare animals viability Java rhinoceros (Rhinoceros sondaicus) and other rare animals. There are three types of ecosystems in national parks this ecosystem is the sea, marsh ecosystems, land and ecosystems.
Diversity of plants and animals in Ujung Kulon National Park began to recognize the researchers, experts, botany and English Netherlands since year 1820.
More than 700 types of plants protected with both of them and 57 rare species such as merbau (Intsia bijuga), palahlar (Dipterocarpus haseltii), bungur (Lagerstroemia speciosa), cerlang (Pterospermum diversifolium), ki rain (Engelhardia serrata) and the various types of orchids .
Animals in Ujung Kulon National Park consists of 35 types of mammals, 5 types of Primate, 59 reptilia species, 22 species amfibia, 240 birds, 72 species insekta, 142 species of fish and 33 types of coral reefs. Rare and protected animals other than the rhinoceros is a neat Java (Bos javanicus javanicus), ajag (Cuon alpinus javanicus), surili (Presbytis comata comata), lutung (Trachypithecus auratus auratus), deer (Cervus russa timorensis), spotted tiger (Panthera pardus), cat stone (Prionailurus bengalensis javanensis), owa (Hylobates moloch), and giant kima (Tridacna gigas).
Ujung Kulon National Park is a natural tourism object of interest, with the symptoms of various forms of beauty and unique form of natural rivers with jeramnya, waterfalls, white sand beaches, hot springs, marine parks and cultural heritage / history (Arca Ganesha, in the Mount Raksa Panaitan Island). All the natural charm that is very interesting to visit and hard to find elsewhere.
Types of fish in the Ujung Kulon National Park a good life in the seas and rivers, among others, butterfly fish, clown, woman, lion, cockatoo, Glodok and chopsticks. Fish and fish Glodok chopsticks are two types of fish that is very strange and unique fish that have the ability Glodok tree looking up at the root of mangroves, while fish chopsticks have the ability to spray water on the surface at more than one meter to shoot memangsanya (small insects) that are in the i leaves the rantingnya protrude above the surface of the water.
Pier on the island Peucang
Deer (Cervus timorensis)
Ujung Kulon National Park with Krakatau Nature Reserve is a national asset, and has been defined as a World Natural Heritage Site by UNESCO in 1991.
To improve the management of Ujung Kulon National Park as a World Natural Heritage Site, UNESCO has provided funding support and technical assistance.
The people who lived in the vicinity of national parks, namely Banten tribe who is familiar with the arts debusnya. Community cohort of Islam, but still retain their customs, traditions, culture and their fathers.
In the national parks, there are places of interest dikeramatkan for spiritual belief. Place as the most popular pilgrimage destination is titled: Sirah Sanghiang cave, located in the West end of the Ujung Kulon peninsula.
Some locations / objects of interest to visit:
Tamanjaya and Cibiuk. Main entrance to the facilities, information centers, homeless guests, the dock, the source of hot water.
Kalejetan Beach, Coral Sea, Cibandawoh. South sea wave phenomena and thick sandy beaches, plants and animals observation.
Peucang island. White sand beaches, coral reefs, the sea of azure that is ideal for swimming, diving, fishing, snorkeling and ideal place for deer sighting animals animals in natural habitats.
Coral Copong, Citerjun, Cidaon, Ciujungkulon, Cibunar, Tanjung Layar, and Ciramea. Exploring the forest, along rivers, the pengembalaan animals, waterfalls and a turtle laying.
Handeuleum Island, Cigenter, Cihandeuleum. Observation animals (bison, wild boar, deer, impressions-impressions Javanese rhinoceros and different types of birds), along rivers in the mangrove forest ecosystem.
Panaitan Island, and Mt Raksa. Diving, surfing, tourism and culture / history.
Visit best season: April s / d September.