Volcano Travel en Indonésie

Krakatau Wild is a local tour agent based at Carita beach are personally build by a team, combining with our experience work in tourism specialy on guiding service and handeling tour reservation, we run this business base on our discussion and then we started and trained how to manage for whole things that what we have to do in tourishm handeling and organize the trip, then we decided to build since 1994 and choosing the company name Krakatau Wildl, we choose the name of our small travel bussiness because flores is very unique and nice place to visit, explore flores make your visiting enjoy along the tour, every part of the regency had own culture and langguage are quitely deferent every part of the corner, and see the locals friendly peoples and their activities along the explore, indeed flores is common known, but there are peoples does’nt know where flores is, so here we both promote and presented our beautiful island and beautiful place with abundent of floras -faunas and nice traditional houses constructed and much more. we proud if you visit our beautiful place and we will help you to find out your plan Our passion for traveling the world is equaled by our commitment to preserving the places we visit. Protecting the world’s wild places and fostering the positive benefits of tourism is built into the DNA of our company. Check out our operating standards, partnerships with NGOs, and community grants programs for details. Rest assured that every component of your trip has been researched and selected to support wild land preservation, provide local people a sustainable livelihood and protect the unique character of the places we travel.

Krakatau Résurréction

Today the only thing that remains of the original island of Krakatau is half of the Rakata volcano. Left scorched and devoid of life in 1883, Rakata regenerated at an amazing pace. Algae and ferns took hold within three years. Then grasses appeared. Over time trees took over the grasses, and within 40 years the island was covered in dense jungle. Visitors today can explore the jungle and find two-toned chunks of lava, testimonials of the magma mixing that triggered the massive explosion and tore Krakatau apart. In 1930 Krakatau proved that it wasn’t finished yet. After three years of churning magma onto the seabed, a new island was born: Anak Krakatau (Child of Krakatau). Regular eruptions have raised Anak Krakatau to the lofty height of 400 metres in less than 90 years – comparable to the height of the Empire State Building. There are a few black sand beaches strewn with granite and lava rock. Areas undisturbed by volcanic activity are now covered in jungle. Birds sing and cicadas drone in the midday heat. At sunrise one is likely to be greeted by a biawak or two, cousin of the famous Komodo dragon. At dusk retiring egrets and seed-dispersing bats will cast silhouettes against the sunset. Snorkelers will feel sudden currents of hot water, bump into chunks of floating pumice and get a fascinating look at underwater lava flows.  New corals grow from the flows, temporarily providing food and shelter for marine life, waiting to be buried in the next eruption. Above the jungle is a fascinating transition zone where pioneer species of grasses and trees establish themselves in the sterile ash and rock, laying the groundwork for future forests. Beyond the transition zone looms a barren and foreboding volcano. The trail zigzags upward through silty ash and lava flows of varying colour. Sometimes the ground will feel warm as Anak Krakatau radiates from the inside out. Then the landscape becomes an otherworldly scene: bright yellow fumaroles belching out clouds of toxic sulfuric gas.

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Getting to Krakatoa means waking up very early in the morning. If you plan to take the one-day tour then you will need to wake up at 5am. The two-day tour on the other hand starts at 6am, which will give you a few hours more sleep. A chauffeured car will come and pick you up from your hotel for the first leg of the journey to Carita, a small port on the Sunda Strait. It’s a two and a half hour journey from Jakarta to Carita beach along main roads, There’s not much to see for most of the journey to Carita just beaches and hotel resort but it is beautiful landscape with green tres so going back to sleep in the car is always an option. The schedule for the one and two-day trips to Krakatoa changes after you arrive in Carita harbour. If you are on the one-day tour you catch the speedboat direct to Krakatoa. The journey from Carita harbour to Krakatau takes about 1:30 hours. You’ll take the fast boat, With the wind in your hair and the warm rays of the sun you can just relax and enjoy the journey and the spectacular views. For the two-day tour things are a bit more relaxed. You set off from the harbor at around 10am and head towards Rakata Island, for a nice swim and some snorkeling around the coral reefs. After some snorkeling it’s time to return to the beach for some tasty food. Once lunch is over you cruise to Krakatoa

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The weather is fine all year round, with the exception of some rain showers during summer months. Krakatau is influenced by the northeastern and southwestern monsoons. The best time for a visit to Krakatau is surely between beginning of March and the end of December. At this time it is relatively cool, dry and mostly sunny. Even during the monsoon season, Krakatau is worth visiting as it doesn't rain every day and all day long.

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