Cimaja

Cimaja is a surfing village in the Bogor Raya region, on the Indian Ocean coast of Western Java, Indonesia.

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Cimaja is a village in the regency of Sukabumi, about 8 km west of the regency capital and well-known beach destination Pelabuhan Ratu. Cimaja is known as a surfers’ destination with relatively easy access from the Indonesian capital Jakarta.

The only practical way to get to Cimaja from almost all destinations is by travelling to Pelabuhan Ratu first. From Pelabuhan Ratu bus terminal you can take an angkot (public minivan) with direction Cisolok. These angkots go along the coast and pass both Cimaja and Karang Hawu beach.

There is also a road into Cimaja from the west (from Sawarna), but this road is only useful if you travel from the southern region of Banten province.

Cimaja

Public transport in Cimaja is limited to angkot (public minivans) along the main road, and ojek (motorcycle taxis). It is a good option for tourists to rent a motorbike for about Rp40,000-70,000 per day from any number of warungs or the locals that will find you upon arrival. You must have the correct driving license and insurance.

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