|enjoy the underwater beauty of Karimun Jawa|
If you can’t swim, don’t worry. Although in the middle of the sea, many places are shallow. There you will be free to play in the water. Or you can also see a cluster of beautiful colorful coral reefs. If the evening approaches, the stunning sunset will be a special treat for you to spend your holiday in Karimun Jawa.
Karimunjawa National Park is a number of islands surrounded by the sea with the cool breeze typical of the coast. Karimunjawa has a wealth of flora and fauna ecosystems ranging from coral reefs, mangrove forests (Seagrass Meadow), beaches, forests, and lowland forests. Under the water there is an aquatic fauna of Karimunjawa which consists of 242 species of ornamental fish. Karimunjawa is also home to a rare fauna, namely the white-breasted sea eagle which is found on Burung Island and Geleang Island. Other rare animals are two species of turtles, green turtles and hawksbill turtles that live in the Karimunjawa islands.
Karimunjawa has a large and multi-ethnic population. Communities in the Karimunjawa islands include Javanese, Bugis, and Madurese. Many Javanese people live in Karimunjawa Village, while other tribes are spread across several islands, including Kemojan Island, Nyamuk Island, and Parang Island. Most of the community members work as fishermen who rely on marine products. However, along with the development of the world of tourism, now many residents have started working as tour agents for the island of Karimun Jawa.