Ujung Kulon National Park is located on the western tip of Java Island. It is precisely located in Sumur and Cimanggu Districts, Pandeglang Regency, Banten Province. from Kota Serang, the capital city of Banten Province, it will only take around 2-3 hours to travel overland.
On February 1, 1992, the UNESCO World Heritage Commission designated this national park as a World Heritage Site in the Natural category with an area of 122,956 hectares, (44,337 hectares of which are sea), while the rest is land consisting of land / terrestrial, consisting of forests. lowland tropical rain. The Ujung Kulon Peninsula area is the habitat of the Javan Rhino (Rhinoceros sondaicus), so the management of natural tourism for this location is very limited. This is because it does not disturb the Javan Rhino habitat. Some of the other tourist objects in Ujung Kulon include: 1) Peucang Island is one of the islands most visited by visitors. Even because of its beauty. This 450 hectare island has a sea with coral clusters and beautiful underwater life, making it very suitable for snorkeling and diving. In addition, on this island, we can chat with deer and long-tailed monkeys that roam a lot. Tourist facilities that can be found on this island include lodging and a visitor center. On this island, there is a large dead coral, namely Copong Coral, which is located on the northern part of Peucang Island. Apart from hiking to Karang Copong, visitors will see a fantastic view of the sun set against the backdrop of the beautiful stretching sea. At this location, visitors should not be too close to the Banteng because it can interfere with their eating activities. Visitors can enjoy the view and make observations of these animals from the lookout tower using binoculars / binoculars.