On the south western of the island of Java, where the vast expanse of the Indian Ocean and equatorial waters of the Sunda Straits merge, is on of Indonesia’s paramount national parks, Ujung Kulon.
Rich in wildlife and forest, noted for its charm and diversity, it is the home of the highly endangered Java Rhinoceros and bestowed with the status of World Heritage (natural) site.
Ujung Kulon which means West Point, possesses an exceptional profile of Indonesia most densely populated island on earth.
The park is 120,551 hectares are divided into 78,214 ha of land and 44,337 ha of surrounding reefs and sea. It can roughly be separated into three areas, the triangular shaped Ujung Kulon Peninsula, the Gunung Honje Range to the east of the Peninsula’s Isthmus and the Island of Panaitan to the north west.
Ujung Kulon’s tropical maritime climate, somewhat cooler than inland areas of Java, produces an annual rainfall of approximately 3250 mm. Temperature range between 25° and 30° Ca’s wilderness from forested mountain ranges to coral seas.
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