Java nature and animal conservation

Beledug Kuwu, Purwodadi

Beledug Kuwu, Purwodadi

Central Java, Beledug Kuwu, Purwodadi Bledug Kuwu is one of tourist attractions in Wirosari area in Grobogan Region, Purwodadi, Central Java. Bledug Kuwu is a local name for something that burst in pool. This is rather strange pool that far from volcano. The vapor burst came from carbon dioxide release. The temperature is mild. Visitors […]

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Maharani Cave, Lamongan

Maharani Cave, Lamongan

Maharani Cave, Lamongan When Travelling in East Java, do not miss the opportunity to visit natural attractions Maharani Cave in Lamongan. Chic cave that has a depth of 25 meters can be equated with other famous caves in the world. Limestone rock in the cave Maharani form some form of a very admirable. Stalactite and […]

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Jatijajar Cave, Kebumen

Jatijajar Cave, Kebumen

Jatijajar Cave, Kebumen Jatijajar Cave is a tourist place of the natural cave, which is located in the village Jatijajar, Kebumen. This cave was formed from limestone. Cave Jatijajar length from the entrance to the exit along 250 meters. The average width of 15 meters and an average height 12 meters while the thickness of […]

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Gong-Cave Pacitan

Gong-Cave Pacitan

Gong-Cave Pacitan What comes in your mind when you hear the word “cave”? Dark, wet, and scary? Well, it means you have not visited Gong Cave. Located about 30 km in the west of Pacitan, this cave is far from scary impression. The tourism department has built a cement trail route that gives more accessibility […]

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Blimbing, Cave exploration in Dusun Blimbing

Blimbing, Cave exploration in Dusun Blimbing

Cave exploration in Dusun Blimbing Gunung Kidul Regency in Yogyakarta, specifically Blimbing Village in Ponjong District, is a dry and desolate region – one of the main characteristics of an area with a dominantly karst geology. Karst – a term used worldwide to refer to limestone regions – is a kind of natural landform shaped […]

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Luweng Jaran cave, Punung, Pacitan

Luweng Jaran cave, Punung, Pacitan

East Java Luweng Jaran cave Punung, Pacitan Luweng Jaran is the longest cave in Indonesia. Jaran Luweng Jlubang located in the village, district. Punung, Pacitan, East Java. Was first discovered by local residents, then the first exploration by the expedition team of the Joint Anglo – Australian, who was accompanied by a crawler Caves of Indonesia […]

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Javanese tiger believed still in existence

Javanese tiger believed still in existence

Written by on June 2, 2012 in Java nature and animal conservation with 0 Comments

The Javanese tiger (Panthera tigris sondaica) may have been declared to extinct by the World Wildlife Fund (WWF) in 1994, but recently clues discovered by a researcher are believed to be evidence of the tiger’s existence, especially in the forests of Central Java’s Muria mountain range. Covering an area of nearly 70,000 hectares, the mountain […]

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Maps of East Java, Mining, Plantations, Iljen Plateau, Madura Kangean Islands

Maps of East Java, Mining, Plantations, Iljen Plateau, Madura Kangean Islands

  Maps of East Java, Mining, Plantations, Iljen Plateau, Madura Kangean Islands   Minerals and Mining One of natural resources potentials which is produced is mining sector, with mining area’s width reach 10,992.86 ha, production amount which is produced is 29,458,718.76 tons per year. Production type which is produced from mining sector such as: mountain […]

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