Enjoying the Flawless Beauty of Ciantir Beach in Lebak Regency, Banten
Do you like visiting the beach? In this case, you must visit Ciantir Beach. It is a recommended beach situated in Lebak Regency, Banten. Usually, the visitors come from nearby cities and Jakarta. Ciantir becomes one of the best beaches in Banten, in fact. The beauty is similar to that of Anyer. In terms of location, it is near to Sawarna Village. Thus, all tourists are able to reach it easily. Also, most visitors come during weekends. They are families, foreigners, the locals, and teenagers.
What makes a beach beautiful? There are numerous features, actually. For example, it is the waves. Ciantir Beach features strong waves. Thus, it is not safe for swimming. The sand is brown and it is quite soft. From afar, you can see shady trees as well. The water is blue and the wind is gusty. In the summer season, you may expect lots of clouds. All these features create a wonderful nuance. No wonder, many tourists come to the location either for beach walking or relaxing.
Exploring Ciantir Beach
Apart from natural features, Ciantir Beach is also popular for its facilities. Prior to reaching the beach, you may find numerous types of villas. They come in different prices and amenities, as well. For tourists, it is better to rent a villa beforehand. This way, you are able to enjoy a vacation on the beach in a more comfortable manner. The distance isn’t far, either. That means you can reach the beach from the villa. One thing, it is better to rent the villa in working days. Otherwise, you won’t get any in the holidays.
Ciantir Beach is indeed beautiful. Unfortunately, it is not suitable for swimming. Not to mention the charm isn’t quite glamorous. Tourists can simply play in the sand and perform beach walking. If you love photography, you can take pictures in some parts of the beach. Make sure to capture the wild waves, as well. What’s next? It is the food! There are several local “warungs”. However, the prices are quite troublesome. If you don’t want to spend too much money on food, you should carry foods from home.
Another interesting activity in Ciantir Beach is camping. For those who want to enjoy camping, you need to choose the right spot. Make sure it is safe and comfortable. Also, it is better not to build a tent near to the water. Otherwise, you are going to wet yourself. The only precaution in the beach is the waves. Tourists aren’t allowed to swim in the water. As mentioned before, it is because of the strong waves. In fact, many people have lost there.
- Tanjung Layar Beach
- Pulo Manuk Beach
- Langir Cave
How to Get There
It is easy to reach Ciantir Beach. What you need to do is to reach Lebak Regency. If you come from Jakarta, the trip takes about 5-6 hours and the distance is 232 km. For the fastest trip, you can take Pantura Street. Tangerang-Merak Freeway also becomes the part of your trip, actually. What about the transportation? A private car is the most recommended one.
Where to Stay
- Sawarna Hotel
- Malibo Resort
- Sawarna Villa
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