Welcome to Ujung Kulon National Park


The national park also includes the nearby island of Panaitan (where Captain James Cook anchored HMS Endeavour in 1771) and the smaller offshore islands of Peucang and Handeuleum. Much of the peninsula is dense lowland rainforest and a mixture of scrub, grassy plains, swamps, pandanus palms and long stretches of sandy beach on the west and south coasts.

Most people visit Ujung Kulon on a tour organised through an agency, but it's also possible to head to Tamanjaya village and access the park from there or to make arrangements directly through the park office in Labuan.


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Ujung Kulon National Park in detail