Kepulauan Karimunjawa Islands (aka Crimon Java Islands) is an archipelago of 27 islands located in Java Sea, Indonesia, approx 80 km (50 ml) northwest of Jepara. The islands cover a total area of approx 71 km2 (28 ml2) and have population around 9,000 (living on 5 of the islands).
- The name of the islands in Javanese means 'a stone's throw from Java'. The main island is Karimun (2,7 km2/1,04 ml2), while the 2nd-largest island is Kemujan (1,4 km2/0,54 ml2). In 1988 the islands were declared a national park.
- The archipelago's population is largely Javanese, with Madurese and Bugis inhabitants. Javanese culture dominates on Karimunjawa.
- In 2011, 22 of the islands were declared a marine reserve (Karimunjava National Park). 5 more islands are either under the control of Indonesian Navy, or privately owned.
- Apart from their use as a pirate base, Karimunjawa Islands are considered to have been uninhabited until penal settlement was founded during Java's British occupation in the early 17th century. Chinese ceramics' archeological finds on the seabed close to the islands that date back from around 13th century suggest that Karimunjawa were once part of the trade route to Java.
- The major source of income for the locals is fishing, followed by commerce and services. Travel from Java to the islands is often limited during rainy season around January–March period as bad weather can bring huge waves to the area.
- Karimunjawa offr a number of snorkeling destinations, but there is pressure on local resources due to the rapidly expanding tourism industry.
Karimunjawa Islands cruise terminal
Cruise ships to Karimunjawa Islands dock (anchor) at Semarang, on the north coast of the island of Java.
Karimunjawa Islands tours, shore excursions, hotels
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Kura Kura Resort
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|Day||Ship||Arrival||Departure||Next Port of Call|
|12 May, 2018|
|Star Clipper||Semarang, Java, Indonesia|
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