Go on holiday to Banyuwangi, East Java, do not forget to come the tourism object of De Djawatan Forest. Sightseeing that offers the atmosphere of shade and green panorama is ready to welcome tourists. In De Djawatan Forest, tourists can sit for a moment of relaxing and breathing fresh air. Taking pictures with the backdrop of giant trees is not to be missed.

This forest is owned by Perhutani, but the community around call the forest in the city. The tree here is kind of trembesi tree. Formerly, Benculuk De Djawatan Forest Tourism was a place for teak stockpiling with an area of ​​six hectares. Benculuk De Djawatan Forest Tourism has recently developed since three months ago. Currently, the De Djawatan Forest Tourism is managed in collaboration with the Tourism Office of Banyuwangi Regency.

Inside of Benculuk De Djawatan Forest Tourism, there are several self-service points provided by the manager. There are two photographic places that are built on trees, as well as some used trucks. On the edge of the river in the forest, there is an area of ​​teak trees with tree age more than 100 years. Tourists can walk around De Djawatan Forest area to just look around the cool atmosphere of this forest. There is a path that can be passed by tourists.

So far, De Djawatan Forest is used for pre wedding photos and selfie photo spot. Besides on that, there are also tourists who come to relax and enjoy the food. De Djawatan Forest is located in Benculuk Village, Cluring District, about 45 kilometers from downtown Banyuwangi. To enter the De Djawatan Forest area, tourists will be charged ticket 2.000 Rupiah. In the tourist area, there are three-room toilets and Musala for prayer facilities.

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