MENJANGAN GATEWAY

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MENJANGAN GATEWAY
Surrounded by unspoilt white sandy beaches, stunning coral reefs, and enchanting underwater, environment Menjangan Island is a perfect definition of what natural beauty is all about.
Located about 10Km North West off the shore of Bali’s mainland, the small island of Menjangan forms part of the West Bali National Park Conservation Area.
The word "Menjangan" in the Javanese language means "Deer". According to Wikipedia, the name was given by the local population who observed wild deer herds swimming to the island every spring covering a distance of approx 1.2 miles.
Surrounded by unspoilt white sandy beaches, stunning coral reefs, and enchanting underwater, environment Menjangan Island is a perfect definition of what natural beauty is all about.
Located about 10Km North West off the shore of Bali’s mainland, the small island of Menjangan forms part of the West Bali National Park Conservation Area.
The word "Menjangan" in the Javanese language means "Deer". According to Wikipedia, the name was given by the local population who observed wild deer herds swimming to the island every spring covering a distance of approx 1.2 miles.

This small island is actually where diving first started seriously on Bali back in about 1978 under the sponsorship of the Indonesian Navy, when it arranged a get-together of the country’s main diving clubs -Possi, Ganesha, Nusantara, and Trisakti.
That get-together led to Menjangan establishing itself as the premier international dive location in Bali and many of the attendees went on to become the pioneers of commercial dive operations across Indonesia.

DESTINATION

Menjangan Island
The island itself is surrounded by a coral reef, characterized by deep drop offs of near to 60 meters and by complex rock formations. These distinctive features have given rise to a great number of large and small caves, festooned with sponge and soft corals and often inhabited by large groupers, moray eels and by young snappers and batfish in the smaller caves. The sea beds are also rich in large barrel sponges and vibrant sea fans, some of which are truly enormous.
At a depth of 45 meters the Anchor wreck is found. Also called the Anker or Kapal Budak (Slave Ship), the site is an old wooden ship wreck sitting on the sea floor on the western tip of Menjangan which is either an 19th
century Dutch ship that sunk during WWII or one that sunk much earlier during the Dutch colonial era while supposedly carrying Balinese slaves to Batavia (now Jakarta). The wreck contains a cargo of ceramics and glass bottles and is completely colonized by soft coral; an excellent place to meet turtles and sharks.
The island is also known as the location for the best wall diving in Bali, with a very bright & colorful underwater world and lots of different sites to choose from. These dive sites are rich in marine life and sandy beaches to relax over lunch.

Tabuhan Island
ust opposite the island of Bali but still part of the district of Banyuwangi in East Java, lies a gem of an island called Tabuhan, located right in the Bali Straits. Although quite a small island, Tabuhan has wide sandy beaches, fabulous underwater life, interesting plants and animals, some of them endangered, and, moreover, has been discovered to be ideal for kiteboarding.
Tabuhan also offers fascinating opportunities for snorkelling and scuba diving. Its reefs that are habitat of diverse fantastic sea life make visitors to immediately pick up their diving gear and plunge into the clear waters to get real close and friendly with the multi-colored underwater creatures.

Baluran National Park
In stark contrast to the lush green scenery found elsewhere on the island of Java, the Baluran National Park, located on the east-most edge of Java, consists predominantly of open savannahs, where wildlife roam free. Here one can watch grazing, the large Javan water buffaloes called “banteng”, small Java mouse deer known as “kancil”, peacocks strutting about displaying their colorful plumage, eagles flying overhead and macaques fishing for crabs with their tails. Discovered by Dutchman A.H.Loredeboer in 1937 and covering area of 250 sq km.

(by Wonderful Indonesia & Indonesia Tourism)

DISTANCE From JAKARTA
1 hour 40 Minutes
Additional 1H 45M to go to Menjangan Island by boat.

FLIGHT RECOMMENDATION
JAKARTA to BANYUWANGI
  • NAM Air (Direct) 06.05 - 07.45
  • Garuda Indonesia 07.25 - 12.45
  • Citilink (Direct) 11.55 - 13.25
  • Garuda Indonesia (Direct) 13.30 - 15.10

    BANYUWANGI to JAKARTA
  • Citilink (Direct) 09.30 - 11.15
  • Garuda Indonesia 13.15 - 17.25
  • Garuda Indonesia 15.50 - 17.25
  • NAM Air (Direct) 16.50 - 18.30

    *) Early flight to Banyuwangi and Late flight to Jakarta are highly recommended to maximize your trip in Banyuwangi.
  • PRICE : Start
    From
    IDR
    USD
    3.867.500298
    DAYS2    NIGHTS1
    DAY 1
    08:45 Meet and Greet at the airport
    Heading to Port to Menjangan Island
    Boat transfer to Menjangan Island (1 hour)
    Exploring Menjangan and Tabuhan Islands.
    DAY 2
    08.00 Breakfast
    Check Out
    Exploring Baluran National Park
    Souvenir Shopping
    Airport
    NOTE
    The above itineraries are subject to changed due to :
  • Weather & traffic.
  • Local tradition/tribe tradition.
  • Political condition.
  • ENTITLEMENT:
  • 2 days transportation with driver, petrol, & parking.
  • 1 night accommodation at Santika Banyuwangi/Ketapang with breakfast.
  • Meals : 2 Lunches & 1 Dinner.
  • Private - Return boat rental to Menjangan Island.
  • Entrance ticket for Menjangan Island, Tabuhan Island and Baluran National Park.
  • English speaking guide.
  • Snorkeling equipment and life jacket.
  • Mineral water during trip.
  • Souvenir.

    NOTE
  • The above price consider as a PREMIUM and PRIVATE Tour for minimum quota of 2 persons per trip.
  • Price will be subject to changed without prior notice due to local economic situation in local area
    (destination).
  • EXCLUDE:
  • Return Airfare to/from Jakarta-Banyuwangi-Jakarta.
  • Personal expenses.

    NOTE - Cost Additional if any:
  • Santika Banyuwangi/Ketapang Hotel
    Room extension : IDR 665,000/night-include Breakfast.
    Extra Bed at : IDR 335,000/night-include Breakfast.
  • Surcharge will be applied on :
    Long Weekend, Idul Fitri (4 days prior & 8 days after), Christmas (1 day prior & until New Year), and New Year (until 3 days after)
  • High Season Hotel Surcharge : approximately IDR 350,000/room/night
  • High Season Transportation Surcharge : approximately IDR 250,000/car/day

    CHILDREN FARE
  • 5 years old below : NOT RECOMMENDED.
  • 8 years old above : full pricing same as adult.
  • ABOUT MENJANGAN ISLAND
    RESERVATION|PAYMENT|CANCELLATION

    RESERVATION
  • Reservation must be in made 10-14 days prior the arrival.
  • Reservation may proceed by:
    − Email to butiktripinfo@gmail.com
    − Click to RESERVATION FORM in website

    PAYMENT
  • Payment subject up to 3 installments, which is :
    − 1st Installment : IDR 5,000,000 (upon RESERVATION).
    − 2nd Installment : 50% from the balance (14 days prior the arrival).
    − 3rd Installment : 50% from the balance (7 days prior the arrival).
  • Our payment methods will be:
    − Credit Card Processing in website (additional 3,1% fee for credit card processing).

    (IDR Currency Bank Transfer) :
    Bank Central Asia (BCA)
    PT JALAN TERUS INDONESIA
    Branch office : KCU Blok A Cipete
    Account No: 218-170-0850
    BANK CENTRAL ASIA, JAKARTA SWIFT Code BIC CENAIDJA
    Beneficiary's Name & Address : PT Lima Titik Satu; Jl Cililin No. 11, Petogogan, Kebayoran Baru Jakarta Selatan
    (Please email the receipt of transfer to butiktripinfo@gmail.com|butiktrip.finance@gmail.com)

    (USD Currency Bank Transfer) :
    Telegraphic Transfer (T/T)
    PT JALAN TERUS INDONESIA
    Maybank
    Office : Jl. Ir. H. Juanda No. 27A, Kb. Kelapa, Gambir, Jakarta Pusat,10120
    Account No : 213-810-7436
    Bank SWIFT Code - IBBKIDJA
    Bank Branch code - 138 (Juanda Branch)
    Beneficiary's Name & Address : PT Lima Titik Satu; Jl Cililin No. 11, Petogogan, Kebayoran Baru Jakarta Selatan
    (Please email the receipt of transfer to butiktripinfo@gmail.com|butiktrip.finance@gmail.com)

    CANCELLATION POLICY
  • Cancellation on 12 days on arrival ​will be charged 50% from total purchase.
  • We do not accept any cancellation for the less 14 days prior the arrival.

    NOTE
  • If payment has not been received as above agreement, Butik Trip will undertake unilateral cancellation and there will be no refund deposit for this matter.
  • Butik trip will not be liable to changes or circumstances caused by force majeure (by weather, local tradition, and political condition).