How to get to Karimunjawa Islands?
Pack your bags and hop into the flight to Semarang, the capital city of Central Java Province.
Once you step your feet on the soil of the province where famous, laid-back and exotic culture of Javanese vividly lives, book yourself a flight ticket to Karimunjawa Islands. There is daily to and from Karimunjawa Islands from Ahmad Yani International Airport in Semarang. Once you land, you will be arriving in Dewadaru Airport which located in Kemujan, the second biggest island in the Karimunjawa Islands which can be said to have united into Karimunjawa, only separated by small river. Distance from this airport to Java Paradise Resort is around 20 kilometer which takes about 30-minute car ride.
The secondary and more adventurous option is to take boat ride. You may choose to hop the boat from Tanjung Mas Harbour in Semarang which take around 3-hour sail, or from Kartini Harbour in Jepara. There are two types of boat that will take you to the islands from Jepara’s Kartini Harbor, the fast boat sails about 2-hour ride and the slower (ferry) boat sails about 5-hour ride.