Krakatoa Eco Tour

Historic Journey and Full of Adventure. Early morning, we will head to Krakatoa with speed boat. We will visit Anak Krakatau if the volcano is not erupting. If the volcano is active during the trip, we will stay on the boat in a safe distance and observe it. After that, we will go to one of the beaches in neighboring islands to have a hot lunch prepared by the cook. Then, you can swimming, snorkeling, or have a jungle trekking. We will return to Carita in the afternoon.

Includes:

  • Guide
  • Permit
  • Fast boat
  • Mineral water
  • Soft drink 
  • Snorkeling gear
  • Meal

Excludes:

  • Return transport from Jakarta to Carita (available with additional cost)
Availability : Daily
Minimum : 1
Maximum : 6
Duration : 1 Day
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Per Boat (1-2 Person)
IDR 4.125.000
Per Boat (3 - 4 Person)
IDR 4.400.000
Per Boat (5 - 6 Person)
IDR 4.675.000
TOTAL : IDR
Early morning from Carita, we will head to Krakatoa with speed boat. We will visit Anak Krakatau if the volcano is not erupting. If the volcano is active during the trip, we will stay on the boat in a safe distance and observe it. After that, we will go to one of the beaches in neighboring islands to have a hot lunch prepared by the cook. Then, you can swimming, snorkeling, or have a jungle trekking. We will return to Carita in the afternoon.

Includes:

  • Guide and Cook
  • Permit
  • Speed boat with gasoline
  • Soft drinks and mineral water
  • Snorkeling gear rental
  • Lunch, dinner, breakfast, snack
  • Tent, rolling mattress, pillow
  • Tea or coffee

Note:

  • Transport by car from Jakarta to Carita is available upon request (additional charge)
Availability : Daily
Minimum : 1
Maximum : 6
Duration : 2 Days 1 Night
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1 - 2 Pax
IDR 6.600.000
3 - 4 Pax
IDR 7.425.000
5 - 6 Pax
IDR 7.700.000
TOTAL : IDR

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Pulau Krakatau, Lampung, Indonesia

About Krakatoa Eco Tour

Krakatoa is a volcanic island made of lava in the Sunda Strait between the islands of Java and Sumatra. Exploded in 1883, a new island volcano, named Anak Krakatau or Child of Krakatoa, rose above the waterline in 1927. Anak Krakatau has grown at an average rate of five inches (13 cm) per week since the 1950s. This equates to an average growth of 6.8 meters per year. The island is still active and today is over 300m tall. Krakatoa today is a beautiful and unique tourism site. In Indonesia, it is the only volcanic mount located in the sea and offers "volcanology tourism". Green with beautiful scenery, in Krakatoa, we can also find fauna, for instance lizards. Like the seeds, they also come from nearby islands, swimming across the sea. Krakatoa is a favorite site for photographers, especially when it explodes. Watching Krakatoa closely, in a safe distance of course, is just like watching a documentary film on National Geographic channel. If we want to take photograph of Krakatoa explosion, Rakata Island is the best spot to do at night. Under sunlight, material explosion just seem grey sand. But, in the night they glow, just like ember. Furthermore, you can do more activities in surrounding islands. Swimming, snorkeling and jungle trekking are few of them.

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Caroline M
Reviewed 09 Aug 2017

"Too short hike"

Enjoyed the recent hike to Krakatau. But don't expect an exciting hike as it is quite short. It is not to the top. You wont see the crater. But view is good. Love the sea and mountain view. The...

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Diana K
Reviewed 31 Jul 2017

"Once in a lifetime"

We went on a day trip with An Jul of Rake ta tours at Caricature. We went on a fast boat to Anak Krakatau. We walked up it. I went to the first saddle but AnJul encouraged my husband to go up...

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Wgm1
Reviewed 27 Jul 2017

"Half day trip - Hiking and Snorkeling"

It was an amazing experience and I would highly recommend it. The top level is off-limits; however, it was still incredible to hike up about half way and view the surrounding islands. The hike is a...

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