Carita Beach

Carita beach is a beach on the west coast province of Banten, Indonesia. This beach is an object of tourism in Indonesia is very well known than Anyer beach, Pantai Karang Bolong, Cape Coast Dimples, Sambolo-Carita Beach.
Carita Beach is a tourist attraction located in Pandeglang and has been established by decree of the Minister of Agriculture No.440/kpts/UM/1978 on July 15, 1978 as a Natural Park. This beach is famous for its white sand beaches that make this area frequently visited by local and foreign tourists. Carita Beach is rich in natural resources. Cover edges are very gentle with small waves and gentle sea swept along the coast, combined with views of Mount Krakatoa.

Carita Beach Nature Park is a lowland forest located adjacent to Carita Beach Tourism Destination Region. This region has a wealth of natural resources potential.
Biodiversity of flora and fauna and the panoramic beauty of nature is an important attraction for tourism development in the district Pandeglang. Some tree species found here include the Teak (Tectona grandis), Mahogany (Swietenia macrophylla), African Mahogany (S. khaya antoteca) and Bungur (Lagerstromia speciosa). In addition there are also experimental orchard forest research centers are developing shoots cuttings meranti (Shorea reprosula) and Shorea selanica.
Fauna contained in Carita Beach Nature Park is Tando (Petaurista elegans), wild boar (Sus vitatus), long-tailed macaques (Macaca fascicularis), langur (Tachypitechus auratus), monitor lizard (Varanus salvator) and the python (Python sp). There is also in part the type of bird, including the kestrel (Falco moluccensis), eagle (Spilornis cheela) and type of other smaller birds. Often encountered fruit bats.

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