Ciletuh-Palabuhanratu Geopark (Indonesian: Taman Bumi Ciletuh-Palabuhanratu) is a national Geopark at Pelabuhan Ratu of Sukabumi Regency in West Java , Indonesia. It was recognized by UNESCO in 2015 as a national geopark. It was being proposed to become member of Global Geopark Network (GGN) to be recognized UNESCO by 2017.UNESCO has made the park as a part of the Global Geoparks Network in April, 2018.
|Taman Bumi Ciletuh-Palabuhanratu|
Curug Cimarinjung waterfall
|Location||Pelabuhan Ratu, West Java, Indonesia|
|Nearest city||Bandung and Jakarta|
|Area||128,000 ha (320,000 acres)|
The park has land area of about 128,000 hectares. It is spread over 8 sub-districts and 74 villages of Pelabuhan Ratu.
The park is a popular tourist destination. Attractions of which are,
- Puncak Darma-It is the highest point of the park.
- Curug Sodong-waterfall
- Curug Awang-Waterfall
- Palangpang Beach
- Bukit Panenjoan-hill
- Curug Cimarinjung-waterfall
- Palabuhanratu Beach
- Lalay Cave Palabuhanratu
- Palabuhanratu Thermal Baths
- Coordinates from wikidata
- "Ciletuh officially declared as UNESCO Global Geopark". Antara News. Retrieved 16 April 2018.
- "Two million flock to Palabuhanratu beach". Antara News. Retrieved 15 October 2017.
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