History Karimun Java Island

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History Karimun Java Island

Publications are islands in the Java Sea are included in the district of Jepara, Central Java. With an area of ​​1500 hectares of land and waters ± 110 000 ± acres, Karimunjawa now developed into a tourist charm Marine Park which began much-loved local and foreign tourists.
Based on the legend that circulated in the islands, the island was discovered by Sunan Muria Karimunjawa. The legend tells of Sunan Muria are concerned about the mischief his son, Amir Hasan. For the purpose of educating, Sunan Muria then ordered his son to go to an island that seems "kremun-kremun" (escaped) from the summit of Mount Moriah for the child can deepen and develop the science of religion. Because it appears "kremun-kremun" then the call is the island Karimun Island.


Since the date of March 15, 2001, set by the government Karimunjawa Jepara as a National Park. Karimunjawa is home to coral reefs, mangroves, coastal forests, and nearly 400 species of marine fauna, including 242 species of ornamental fish. Some of the rare fauna that berhabitat here is a white chest albatross, hawksbill, and green turtles.
Plants that became the hallmark National Park ie Karimunjawa dewadaru (Crystocalyx macrophyla) found in lowland rain forest.
Waves at Karimunjawa is low and tame, bounded by the coast are mostly fine white sand beaches.


Karimunjawa located in the North Sea, north of Jepara, Central Java. This archipelago consists of 27 islands:

Large deer
Small deer
Large pine
Small pine
Geleyang (30 ha)
Bengkoang (92 ha)
Twins (11.2 ha)
Katang (2.8 ha)
Krakal Large (2.8 ha)
Krakal Small (2.8 ha)
Beetles (8.8 ha)
Mencawakan (or Menyawakan).


Karimunjawa population of more than 8,000 people in five inhabited islands. The three main tribes inhabiting karimunjawa are Javanese who farmed and producing household appliance, Bugis sailors who are reliable so that work as fishermen, and the Madurese who also works as a fisherman but has advantages make the fish dry.
Education in Karimunjawa already reach to senior high school. In addition to having about 10 primary schools (five in Karimun, three in Kemujan and one each in Parang and Genting), Karimunjawa also has one middle school, junior secondary school (MTs), and SMK majoring in Seaweed Cultivation and Processing Technology of Fisheries, which is free schools, as well as a Madrasah Aliyah in Kemujan.


The most commonly used for transportation to the Publications is a ship of Semarang and Jepara. From Port of Tanjung Golden, Semarang, Kartini I ships (ships sooner) depart every Saturday from 9 am to return from the Publications Publications and every Sunday afternoon, 2-3 hours long crossing.
From Port of Kartini, Jepara there Muria Ships that depart every two days, crossing the old economic ship is + / - 6 hour cruise. need to be considered for expedited ship from the port of Jepara usually depart Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday at 9 am and from Karimunjawa to jepara Wednesday, Friday, Week 8 o'clock. This schedule may change according to the weather or waves in the sea of Java. in case of high waves in the port then the transport will not give permission shipping, and ship departure schedule will change to follow changes in the weather. Ports can also bring jepara Cars and motorcycles for ferried to Karinjawa.
Air can be taken from Ahmad Yani Airport, Semarang headed god Airport Daru Island Kemujan with Cassa 212 plane leased kind provided by PT. Sea resort Nusa Permai (Kura-Kura Resort). It takes about 30 minutes.

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