Karimunjawa is a gem in the Java Sea that has not yet been discovered by many tourists. On this island, you can still enjoy the natural surroundings, white beaches, clear blue waters, colorful fish, and beautiful coral.
Our small archipelago is 80 km north of Jepara, Indonesia, and only five of the 27 islands are inhabited. The park is named after the largest island of Karimun Jawa and consists of a total of 110,000 hectares. Around the islands are beautiful reefs to explore while diving and snorkeling, varying from 15 to 40 meters deep. In addition to the beautiful underwater world, Karimunjawa is rich in beautiful authentic landscapes, pearly white beaches, mangrove forests, rainforest, and a various amount of tropical animals both in the sea and on the island. With a little luck, you will see sea turtles and even dolphins!