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7 Natural Tourism Destinations in Banten That Are Still Rarely Touched

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Maybe you don’t know that Banten Province has many interesting tourist locations for you to visit. Because of its location which is not far from the capital city, of course this will make it easier for those of you who want a short vacation away from the noise of vehicles.

In addition, the variety of means of transportation will make it easier for you to access the destination tourist location. For those of you who no patiently want a vacation, this is a natural tourist location for those of you who want to visit Banten.

1. Cikota waterfall

7 Natural Tourism Destinations in Banten That Are Still Rarely Touched By Humans

With a height of approximately 40 meters, Curug Cikota will be very beautiful to visit in the transition season. Because of its unspoiled location and lots of trees, it is not uncommon for visitors to hear the chirping of birds while breathing in the cool air.

Curug Cikota is located approximately 1 kilometer from Serang city square, which can take about 20 minutes by motorbike or car. After that, visitors need to walk to the waterfall, along the way, benches have been provided for those of you who are tired so you can rest for a while.

2. Sawarna Beach

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Located in Sawarna Village, Lebak Regency, Banten, Sawarna Beach is one of the rising beaches. Visitors will be spoiled by sharing interesting sights such as mountains, caves, rivers and beaches with white sand. The Sawarna Sea is directly opposite the Indian Ocean, so the waves are perfect for those of you who want to surf.

3. Ciporolak waterfall

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Curug Cipolarak is located in a national forest area, making it still very beautiful. Surrounded by tall trees, visitors will be exposed to the cool air and the smell of the unspoiled forest.

Located in Cibeber Lebak Banten, Ciporolak means falling or ruins. Named Curug Ciporolak, because the water often carries small rocks so that it produces sound sparkling.

To visit Curug Ciporolak visitors can use a motorbike or car. The management has provided a parking area, a prayer room and a public bathroom.

4. Sangiang Island

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Enough to travel for 45 minutes by cruise ship from Anyer Beach, visitors have arrived at Sangiang Island, Sunda Strait. Sangiang Beach was originally a nature reserve area which was converted into a natural tourism park.

Tired visitors during the trip, will be paid off with a beautiful view and a breeze.

Here, you are free to do snorkelling, camping and a visit to a former Japanese heritage building. If you are lucky, you can see a group of sharks eating bats from the beach.

5. Putri Carita Waterfall

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Got a nickname The Little Green Canyon from Banten, Curug Putri Carita has an amazing charm. This waterfall has beautiful rivers and waterfalls. While in the waterfall, wear comfortable clothes and anti-slip sandals because the streets are still filled with rocks.

The flow of water in Putri Carita waterfall is flanked by two tall rocks, the closer to the waterfall the narrower the rocks, this is what makes it nicknamed The Little Green Canyon.

6. Peucang Island

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Peucang Island is located in the Panaitan Strait, Banten, which is usually visited by tourists from within and outside the country. With a wide expanse of white sand, visitors will be spoiled with beautiful beach views.

Visitors can freely swim, snorkeling to board a boat to explore the island. In addition to water tourism, you can also go into the forest to see peacocks, deer and wild boars. There are also historical sites of Dutch heritage in the form of a lighthouse tower and a pier.

7. Cihear waterfall

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Traveling to the waterfall is most suitable during the dry season. The water will be clear and visitors can swim under the waterfall. Cihear waterfall is in the Mount Halimun Salak area, for that visitors need to walk from the parking area to arrive at the waterfall.

Due to the lack of information and its location in the interior, Curug Cihear is still minimal in visitors. Not far from Curug Cihear, there is the Ciberang River which is commonly used for white water rafting. The residents are also friendly with tourists from within and outside the country.

Those are some natural tourist destinations in Banten that are still rarely touched by humans. With the area that is still beautiful, it is guaranteed to make your short vacation feel pleasant. How do you want to go on vacation? right?

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