This waterfall is located in the village of Ciemas and very close to the Palangpang waterfront. The access is very easy, just about 3 minutes walk from the car park. In the upstream, there are 2 smaller waterfalls namely Nyelempet and Dogdog waterfalls.
This waterfall is located in the village of Ciwaru, this waterfall is also known as the twin waterfall or bride waterfall according to legend. The access road is rocky and can be passed by car to a parking space right in front of the court of the waterfall. In the upstream, there are two other waterfalls, the Ngelai and Cikanteh waterfalls.
This waterfall is located in the village of Ciwaru, this waterfall is top part of a series of three other waterfalls. Access to this waterfall is on foot from Sodong waterfall through footpaths uphill for 30 minutes, and across the river without permanent bridge.
Karang Daeu island, located on the Cikalapa beach, Girimukti village. The island is uniquely shaped like a crouching rabbit or lying poodle. The island is accessible by boat about 5 minutes from the Palangpang beach, and at low tide, the island can be accessed on foot from the Cikalapa beach. The geology consists of sedimentary rocks of Ciletuh Formation showing sedimentary structure of Bouma sequences.
This waterfall is located on Cikaret river of Mekarjaya village. Access to this waterfall must be traveled on foot through a footpath uphill for 30 minutes from the Cikalong of Mekarjaya village.
This waterfall is located on Ciletuh river of the Mekarjaya village. Access to this waterfall is on foot through the footpath for about 20 minutes from the main road that borders between Mekarjaya village and the Waluran District.
This waterfall is part of Ciletuh river that located in the Tamanjaya village. Access to this waterfall can be reached on foot for three minutes from the car park.
The rocky island in the Mandrajaya village can be achieved around 1 minute from the Mandra island. Island with an area of less than 200 m2 is often filled by seagull.
This waterfall is located approximately 200 meters from Awang waterfall and part of Ciletuh River flow, which serves as the boundary between Cibenda and Tamanjaya villages. Access to this waterfall can be reached on foot through the rice field for about fifteen minutes from the car park.
This waterfall is about 600 meters from the Tengah waterfall and still on the same Ciletuh River flow, which serves as the boundary between the the Tamanjaya Cibenda villages. Access to this waterfall can be reached on foot through rice fields and ridge for an hour from the car park
View of the bay Ciletuh can be seen from Puncakdarma and Cikalapa Girimukti village. Access can be reached by 4WD or bike for 15 minutes from the beach in the village Palangpang Ciwaru with road conditions and rocky climbs. It can also take on the village's main street Girimukti
Sodong Parat sea cave is located in the headland not far from the Cikepuh beach. This cave is about 7 meters length and penetrated the other side of the cliff. At high tide, the cave can be accessible by canoe ride, but at low tide, the cave can be traversed on foot. The rock is ophiolite that consisting of very- coarse textured of gabbro and amphibolite.
This scene can be seen from Pamoyanan, Mekarjaya village. Access can be reached by 4 WD car or motorbike about 30 minutes through the cobbled road from the main road of Tamanjaya village’s.
The wall of amphitheater form elongated triangular – shaped hill that can be seen from the center of the amphitheater valley in the Mekarsakti village. The triangular shaped of the hill is also the evidence of normal faults that form the amphitheater.
This beach is located in the Mandrajaya village, and estuary of Cikadal river. This white beach is the safest place for swim, as the Mandra and Manuk islands protect this beach from big waves. During low tide visitors can walk across the shallow sea to the island of Mandra from this beach. Gunung Badak and Kunti island can also be accessed on foot from this beach.
The beach is also known as the Karang Antu coast, located in the Mandrajaya village, and is about 25 minutes by boat from the Cikadal beach. Along the coast can be seen a variety of unique rock shapes that resemble animals, such as rhino, frog, buffalo, fences, and also Pulau Karang Antu, which can only be seen during low tide.
Amphitheater valley views can be seen from Panenjoan and on the main path Tamanjaya village road.
It is located on the Batu Nunggul beach. This rock shaped like an eagle’s head with a blunt beak. Access to this location is by boating for 30 minutes from the Palangpang or Cikadal beach. This is the safest beach as a place to land a boat and then walk to the location of the complex of komodo, dragons, aliens stones and batik stone.
The Cikepuh beach is located in the Mandrajaya village, and its about 45 minutes by boat from the Cikadal beach. This beach is the closest access to the sea caves of Sodong Parat, turtle stone, and Cikepuh river. From the Cikepuh estuary to Sodong Parat is the best location to observe relationship between the peridotite, gabbro, amphibolite and plagiogranit.
This beach looks like a cape, there are sea caves and outcrops of gabbro, amphibolite and plagiogranit that orginited from the ocean crust.
The beach consists white sand, and coral reefs along its coast and waves add to its beauty. In this beach usually sea turtles come to lay their eggs
Complex rock that resembles a dragon’s squad, may be accessed on foot in 20 minutes from the Batu Nunggul beach. The rock complex is the most ideal location to study more specifics about sedimentary rocks of quartz sandstone that are part of the Eocene Ciletuh Formation.
This stone is called the turtle stone because when we see from a distance resembles a turtle, but if we look closely, we will see that the rock is a large stone that is split, so that the locals called batubelah. This stone is located not far from the Cibulakan coast and part of the Mandrajaya village. Access is reachable by boat for 45 minutes from the Cikadal or Palangpang beach.
Kunti sea cave located is in the western part of Gunung Badak, precisely in front of Kunti island. This cave has 3 meters height and about 4 meters length from the shoreline. Rock is composed of melange which is a mixture of rocks originated from the continental crust and oceanic crust that is deposited in a very deep trough, and due to geological processes, then rise to the surface as it is now.
This rock resembles the shape of the head of the two-horned rhinos. Access to this rock is about 20 minutes by boat from the beach of Palangpang or Cikadal or about 5 minutes from the stone fence. Gulls often encountered around rocks overgrown with little grass.
Island with an area of less than 1 km2 is located in the Mandrajaya village. Access to the island is about 3 minutes by boat from the Ciletuh estuary. The island is popular as a fishing spot by local.
Located at the west end of the Gunung Badak of Mandrajaya village, Kunti island can be reached about the 25-minutes walk from the Cikadal beach, or by boat for 10 minutes from the Ciletuh estuary. Ciletuh.
This rocks lines up to form such a fence that blocks the waves heading to the Legonpandan beach. Access to this location is about 15 minutes by boat from the Palangpang or Cikadal beach
This rock resembles the shape of a crocodile’s head, which is located about 3 minutes boating from rhino stone
Stone resembles the shape of a buffalo is located not far from the location of crocodiles stone and no plant life on it.
Bull-shaped stone is located not far from the buffalo stone and no plant life on it. The ocean waves are usually very large near these rocks, so that the boat can not approach and landing at this location.
Frog-shaped rock is accessible by boat for about 30 minutes from the Palangpang or Cikadal beach. The ocean waves are usually very large and harmfull near these rocks, so that the boat can not approach and landing at this location.
The Palangpang beach is located in the Ciwaru village. The beach is accessible by car from the Ciwaru main road to waterfront. The coastline is wide and long enough to held mass activities such as a cultural festival “Hajat Laut”. The beach is also used as a landing place for paragliding or paramotor attraction, fishing harbor as well as the fish auction. Ciletuh and Cimarinjung estuaries are also located on this beach.
Turkish Cikalapa or often referred to as Daeu Coral beach, located in the village Girimukti, access to this beach on a motorbike from Puncakdharma approximately 30 minutes with a beautiful view of the green expanse of rice huma along the way.
Peridotit - Serpentinit
Located in the Mandrajaya village, and takes about 30 minutes by boat from the Cikadal beach. This white beach is the nearest access to the Dragon stone and Batik stone, Cibatununggul river and Gunung Beas.
The beach with white sand, plants Santigi (Pemphis acidula) on its shores as well as a series of large waves that each roll is the most popular place for surfers.
This stone called the stone batik motives such as batik. These rocks are in complex rock dragon's back and have the same composition of rocks in the form of quartz sandstone formations of the Ciletuh the Eocene.
Komodo stone can be accessed by foot from the Batununggul beach to the dragon’s squad complex. The rock resembles an ancient animal, the head of Komodo. The rock composition is quartz sandstone part of Formation Ciletuh of Eocene age