BW Beach Cafe and Villas is a hideaway hut accommodation not only for surfers located close to Cimaja at Karang Papak beach only 15 meter away from the Indian Ocean. It is family owned and operated. Spread across 120 meter of beachfront property, BW Beach Cafe & Villas is a place where guests come to relax, reflect and get away from everyday life. The Indonesian living of simple bamboo villas, dazzling sunsets, uncomplicated demands, rejuvenating breezes, and friendly people will provide you with a new place to escape to. For more information go here or book here.
BW Beach Cafe & Villas
Jl. Raya Cisolok
From Jakarta you can take a A/C bus to Sukabumi (approximately 40,000 IDR), then to Pelabuhan Ratu (35,000 IDR, double on holidays), then take a blue van or ojek the final 11 km or so to Bikers Waroeng just after passing Cimaja (10,000 IDR). The bus to Sukabumi will likely drop you off 100 meters from the bus station; get off the bus and continue in the same direction 100 meters till you see the station on the left.
The better way is to go by bus from Jakarta to Bogor and then directly to Pelabuhan Ratu, though this option is available every day from 6.00am to 20.00pm. As with most public transport in Indonesia, they will attempt to charge foreigners higher prices as locals. Try to watch or ask what the locals pay and authoritatively hand the money collector that exact amount.
A private car to Cimaja from Jakarta or visa verse cost approximately 1.000,000 IDR which includes fuel, toll, driver etc.
The transport in Cimaja and around is limited to mini buses (Angkots) and Ojek (motobike taxis). It is best to rent a scooter from us IDR 75,000/per day and head out on the quiet local roads through rubber, teak and coconut plantations with picturesque views and discover beautiful beaches, waterfalls and rivers.