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Exotic Baduy Tribe Explorer

from Rp 3.073.950
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  • Vacation Style Adventure
    Camping Trek
  • Activity Level Challenging
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  • Group Size Small Group
    4-6 Person
All about the Exotic Baduy Tribe Explorer.

Baduy Tribes are divided into two sub-groups; the Baduy Dalam (Inner Baduy), and the Baduy Luar (Outer Baduy). No foreigners were allowed to meet the Inner Baduy, though the Outer Baduy do foster some limited contacts with the outside world. The origin of the word Baduy may come from the term "Bedouin", although other sources claim the source is a name of a local river. In the Banten region of western Java, Indonesia, exists a small-scale indigenous community that has to a large extent been able to avoid the advancement of globalization, modern technology and other influences of the outside world, including environmental degradation. The Baduy people are a reclusive tribal group that has lived a relatively undisturbed, traditional lifestyle in a closed society for more than 400 years until the recent encroachment of economic and social pressures from the outside world. Although they live in an isolated area of mountainous rainforest only 100 kilometres southwest of Jakarta, Indonesia’s capital city, the Baduy have in the past been able to effectively seal their community off from the rest of the world.

The tour package inclusions and exclusions at a glance
What is included in this tour?Items that are included in the cost of tour price.

• Air-conditioned car
• Porter, Guide
• Entry permit
• Mineral water and soft drink
• All meals  as  per itinerary (breakfast, lunch and dinner ) 

  1. Day 1 JAKARTA - CIBOLEGER – GAJEBOH (L,D)

    Depart in early morning take by car from Jakarta to Ciboleger takes about 4 hours through country side. Arrive at Ciboleger (the gate of Baduy tribe) after lunch directly trekking to Gajeboh Village (Outer Baduy or Black Baduy). Passing some village such as Kadu Ketug, Balimbing and While you will see and enjoy the simple life of Baduy community and feel how rich culture and nature of Baduy tribe. Here we will stay over night at local people house. In the afternoon we will trek up to the hill of Gajeboh crossing the famous bamboo bridge to see the activities of Baduy community (rice field, how they make brown sugar/palm sugar, etc). We will also take shower/swimming at the Baduy river. Free time.

  2. Day 2 GAJEBOH - GUNUNG KENCANA - KAROYA (B,L,D)

    Early in the morning trek up to the hill to see sunrise. After breakfast trek up to Kadu Keter then to Cicakal stop over here to see view around the village (to see hand woven making process, wooden bag from skin of wood, bracelets ect). Then continue to Cigula crossing other bamboo bridge, to Cicakal then to Cigula and back to Ciboleger for your lunch . From Ciboleger we proceed to Gunung Kencana, then trekking to the Jalupang village (the Border between Baduy and ordinary people). From Jalupang trek up to Karoya (2,5 hours) here we will crossing rice field and how nice the landscape of Baduy tribe. From Karoya trek to Pamoean (2,5 hours) then to Cibogo (the border between outer and inner Baduy) afterward we continue trek to Batu Belah, then trek back to Karoya. Stay over night here.

  3. Day 3 KAROYA - GUNUNG KENCANA JAKARTA / next destination (B,L)

    After breakfast start trek from Karoya to Jalupang. We will take rest and lunch time at Jalupang (here we will see the traditional market among the Baduy people and normal people where they do by barter trading) usually at Sunday morning. From Jalupang back to Gunung Kencana and continue back to Jakarta / next destinations. End of service.

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Baduy Homestay

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