227. The Sweet Escape In Karimunjawa Islands, Indonesia
Karimunjawa is an archipelago of 27 islands in the Java Sea, Indonesia, approximately 80 kilometres northwest of Jepara. The islands name means “a stone’s throw from Java” in Javanese.
Karimunjawa is well known for their white sandy beaches, magnificent coral reefs, the pilgrimage to Sunan Nyamplungan Cemetery, the customs and traditions of the Karimunjawa community, and if you want something challenging, you can swim in the shark’s captivity.
You can also dive, sail, water ski, swim, etc. If you’re get lucky, you can see dolphins swimming in the ocean and release baby sea turtles (we called it Tukik) into the ocean. When you are here, you’ll feel like you’re on vacation in you’re own private islands. It’s a perfect getaway that you won’t regret. Take a look at the sky up above or looking down the sea, it’s just the same: breath taking and you won’t believe your eyes.