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Better than I expected. I enjoyed our trip so much. Beautiful nature, good location and a great way to see hundreds of monkeys. Our guide said it’s better if we go early in the morning when they feed the monkeys. They will come of out...More
The caves are nice, but other than that it is just a forest with trees. We did see a few monkeys and had a nice hike, but not so special that you would have to pay for it. The beach with the stranded ship was...More
Take a morning walk. You'll pick up a cheap guide in one of the local restaurants. There are lots of magnificent views, plus including deer, large lizards, Japanese fortifications, ship wreck, waterfalls, hidden coves, caves and of course the jungle forest. Easy walking, take your...More
This pleasant national park located right on the edge of the town has native Javanese deer and monkeys galore.
Foreign tourists are expected to pay more than Indonesians, which is consistent with most tourist destinations in Indonesia.
There are a number of caves and sites...More
You must visit this place by boat if you go to pangandaran because in east beach you can't play in the beach. Why? Because there is no sandy beach in east beach only rocky beach. So just pay IDR25.000 for the boat and they will...More
It's about sharing the beautiful places around Java Island to Bali until Lombok...WOW !! the Tangkuban Perahu mountain with a huge crater, Batu Karas at Pangandaran beach people said its like a Grand Canyon lying here in Indonesia, Borobudur temple one of UNESCO heritage, and...More
We booked a two hour walking tour through the National Park with our very nice guide Harimat (phone/whatsapp: +6281395275156). He showed us the natural caves in the park (we even got to see the porcupines) and helped us get close to the apes. Then he...More
Pangandaran has a surprising number of animals. If you're in luck and you have a good guide, you can see quite a few if you start walking at twilight. Our walk started at 5. We saw the deer on the street (where they like to...More
We did a tour to the green canyon. It was organised by Intrepid tour group so I didn't organise it myself locally. The green canyon is well worth a trip, it was fantastic! It's a short boat ride (under 30 mins) and you arrive at...More
We had a guide who knew about animals so we saw porcupines, bats, deer, grass hoppers, lizards and tukans but we did not walk enough inside the buffalo or the scorpion. We have seen better national parks in Indonesia but good for a first time...More