SAWARNA, is a village in the last two years is very popular among hunters of natural images. You not only can find Sunset and Sunrise panorama charming but also can do a lot of “healthy” options.
Walking distance from the dike fields and the villages and coconut plantations to be an excellent long exciting trekking, Ca…ving until Surfing walkthrough you can do here in SAWARNA.
The journey to be taken Sarwana from 3 routes namely: 1. Jakarta – Rangkasbitung – Cikotok – Malimping – Bayah – Village Sawarna (6 hours) 2. Jakarta – Anyer – Carita – Labuan – Malimping – Bayah – Village Sawarna (6 hours) 3. Jakarta – Bogor – Pel Queen – Village Sawarna (5 hours) For those of you who love the beach and adventure tours, routes # 1 and # 2 are recommended, especially for those of you who want to do “fringe Coast Expedition” .
This point is very possible for it with a panorama of diverse cultures enriched with strong inherent in coastal communities to be interesting to be studied in more details. But for those of you who do not have much time, you please take the route # 3 with spare time is ideal for this route is 2 days for 1 night while you are thinking about a little loose, take your time to travel the route # 2 and back through the route # 3 . You will find a perfect sensation with a charming panoramic view along the way, although sometimes there are some points that bit boring as on routes # 1 and # 2 after BAYAH to Malimping or when you lead from Malimping – Rangkasbitung, the street you would have encountered poor conditions quite long and a bit of forest scenery boring especially at night so if you use public transportation, avoid night travel because the transport would be very difficult to find.
Although necessary to achieve Sawarna patience enough to remember the long route with infrastructure facilities that have not facilitated properly, so when you come to the village itself of limitations Sawarna good accommodation facilities, transportation and other supporting facilities are still many flaws here and there in this area given new in 2 (two) last year received attention as a worthy tourist area visited. For accommodation, do not expect you can find a star hotel here. To stay, you could use the houses that make homes as a guesthouse ‘impromptu’ or there is also the house that was designated as a “guesthouse” or “homestay” with facility standards and do not really have much room so if you intend to visit you are required for booking rooms in advance before departure.
Tourist objects that are available are also very interesting and diverse, than just a walk in the dike to the villages and rice fields, or if you want a little extreme. Try to do activities “Cave quid ‘, fringe activities cave is not only appealing to you to learn specifically Speology walkthrough cave alone but could also be an interesting tour in the caves because sometimes we are surprised by the ornamental stalactites and stalagmites, flow stone and even diverse. Here are 2 pieces of cave Lalay and Goa Goa Langgir, both horizontal cave so no need to use special equipment for caving along.
Ciantir Beach, here you will not only be done quid beach sport or other coastal activities such as surfing can be done here.
It is to surf this beach not as famous as the Pelabuhan Ratu area and Ujung Genteng but here has a lot of tourists both local and foreign tourists surf here. Further explore this beach continues to the end where you can find 2 large rock standing upright on the centre sea, but if you’re low tide can be crossed and this rock climbing to look around the beach with a very exotic landscape especially as dusk approached, this district known by the name of Cape screen.
Here you can also record the sunrise and sunset with a very ‘perfect’. Satisfied photographing in Cape screen, then finish your walkthrough journey to Tapak Si Kabayan, Here you can find a rock resembling the human foot is a very large ancient.
That’s a little introduction about Sawarna, hopefully this one area could be an alternative for your next vacation. Because in here, you will find The Hidden Paradise … ..trust me! (by : Evi Aryati Arbay)