Photo: Taking a moment on Sunset Beach.

Things to see and do

Karimunjawa’s beaches

What’s an island trip without a day at the beach? Punctuating Karimunjawa’s surrounding mangrove forests lay slithers of sandy white bays accessed from signposted tracks off the main paved road. Some are well marked, others, well, you’ll just have to keep your eyes peeled. ... Read more about Karimunjawa’s beaches .

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Island hopping

Karimunjawa’s number one activity is spending a leisurely day island hopping around the small archipelago and snorkelling (or alternatively diving) the spectacular underwater marine ... Read more about Island hopping .

Mangrove Trekking
13km from Karimunjawa

Surrounding the islands of Kurimunjawa where there’s not white sandy beaches, there’s mangrove forests which is excellent, as these ecosystems are important to the health of our planet. ... Read more about Mangrove Trekking .

Jungle Trekking

As well as a beautiful marine park, Karimunjawa is blessed with lush forested mountains ideal for a bit of ... Read more about Jungle Trekking .

Karimunjawa’s Viewpoints

Who doesn’t love a lookout, especially one that offers views over a dazzling necklace of tiny jewelled reef-fringed ... Read more about Karimunjawa’s Viewpoints .

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Where to next?

Where are you planning on heading to after Karimunjawa Islands? Here are some spots commonly visited from here, or click here to see a full destination list for Indonesia.

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