Klatak Beach in Tulungagung Regency, East Java Province

Klatak becomes one of the most recommended beaches to visit in Tulungagung Regency. The beach is located in Pantai Waru Doyong Street at Keboireng Village. Also, it belongs to Besuki Sub-District. The thing is tourists should pass through a lush forest and natural footpath in order to reach the beach. The fact is only the locals (fishermen and seaweed hunters) know the exact location of the beach. As an alternative, tourists can rent a boat and cross to Klatak Beach from Popoh Beach. Still, it would be simpler if they hire a local guide to get there efficiently.

The Nuance
The only challenge is the trip. Tourists are likely to spend much effort and time to get to the beach. Have no worries. Along the way to the location, they may see a beautiful panorama from a hilly area. No local settlements are seen nearby, so tourists can only see natural attractions. Klatak Beach’s main feature is indeed the greenish seawater, which looks so exotic and unique. Also, visitors would see several lobster cages on the shore. Somehow, these objects become a nice object for photography.

Exploring Klatak Beach
The fact is Klatak and Gemah Beach is located close to each other. Only a coral hill separates them! That means tourists can visit two beaches in a short time later! Still, each of the beaches offers distinct features. So, what makes Klatak Beach special? According to tourists, they are impressed by the distinct greenish seawater. They won’t see this in other nearby beaches, after all. Due to the reason, visitors are likely to enjoy sightseeing and photography there.

For the information, Klatak Beach has become a base camp for local fishermen. This explains why these people built small houses located near to the shoreline. Tourists can take advantage of the settlement for resting and meet those people. It is even possible to learn how to fish in the sea and how to cultivate lobsters. The life of local fishermen is quite astonishing, isn’t it? Here is another idea. Don’t forget to approach lobster cages and watch those majestic sea creatures directly, as well.

The next allure in Klatak Beach is related to the amazing landscape. The beach comes with rocky and hilly areas, after all. That means visitors can enjoy relaxation to their heart’s content. Somehow, those hills look similar to a tropical forest. Next, tourists must not miss the chance to see a beautiful sunrise in the morning. It is because the beach faces the east, so it becomes a perfect spot to witness the sunrise.

Nearby Attractions

  • Prigi Beach
  • Gemah Beach
  • Nglarap Beach

How to Get There
The prime destination is none other than Tulungagung Regency. From Surabaya City, in this case, tourists only need to take Mojokerto – Kertosono Highway and head to the destination right away. The distance is 158 km, so this trip is likely to take 2 hours and 58 minutes. Once arriving at Tulungagung Regency, tourists should take Raya Popoh Street and head to Klatak Beach at Besuki Sub-District. The distance is 38.8 km, so this trip takes approximately 1 hour and 2 minutes.

Where to Stay

  • Prigi Hotel
  • Lugano Hotel

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