Karimunjawa Islands or Karimunjava Islands (Indonesian: Kepulauan Karimunjawa) is an archipelago of 27 islands in the Java Sea, Indonesia, approximately 80 kilometres northwest of Jepara. They have a total land area of 78 km2. The main island is known as Karimun (2,700 ha), while the second-largest island is Kemujan (1,400 ha).
In 2011, the population of the island group was about 9,000 who lived on five of the islands. The population is largely Javanese, with pockets of Bugis and Madurese inhabitants. Javanese culture is dominant in the islands which are the only islands off Java where Javanese is the lingua franca.
Twenty-two of the islands have been declared 2001 as a marine reserve, the Karimunjawa National Park. Five more islands are either privately owned or are under the control of the Indonesian Navy.
The archipelago is served by Dewadaru Airport which provides scheduled airline services to Semarang and Surabaya.
Karimunjawa is beautiful archipelago consisting of two main Islands and over 20 very small yet pristinely beautiful islands.
CocoHuts Inn is a small family owned Hotel and retreat located in Karimunjawa island near Jepara, Central Java, Indonesia.
Nested on a beautiful rocky hills, CocoHuts Inn, provide a breathtaking view overlooking the Java Sea, 8 small island, as well as the sleepy town of Karimun and its harbor. It is YOUR perfect place to get away from it all and yet still be in a strategic location (500 meters from the harbor, 1km from town).
We provide free pick up from Karimun harbor and can drop you off for IDR 50k.
Our friendly staff will pick you up free of charge from the harbor and help you with renting a bike/motorbike/car at island standard price. They can also arrange for you a boat to go island hoping and snorkel for a whole day.
CocoHuts is an Eco friendly Inn. We left our 1 Ha. property packed with trees and used either palm wood (non jungle wood) or old recycled wood to build our resto, 4 bungalows, 4 rooms, and its furniture. We provide only cold water in order to save energy and discourage excessive use of water.
On your bedside table you can find a Welcome manual which also includes a map as well as tips about things to do in Karimunjawa. A shortened version of it can be found elsewhere on this website.