Grajagan Beach – Along with the more popular Plengkung Beach (G-Land), Pulau Merah Beach and Pesanggaran Beach, the pitch black beach Grajagan Beach forms part of the enchanting shoreline that together make up the coast of Banyuwangi in different provinces of East Java. In recent years, nonetheless, Grajagan Beach has also gained disrepute among channel surf boosters from around the globe.
Situated some 52 km south from the heart of the town of Banyuwangi, Grajagan beach lies inside the 314 hectares South Banyuwangi Forest Utilization Area within the Alas Purwo National Park, and is located near the Grajagan Village, in the Purwoharjo district. The ocean dishes as a gateway to other great channel-surf recognises near Banyuwangi that includes the popular G-land.
The vast swathe of beachfront is carpeted with beautiful pitch-black beach and exaggerated with caves and gradients. Training paw on the sea, one is likely to be reacted with a panoramic view of a serene ocean and sequences of beautiful gradients, touched by the hubbub of hastening pulls. Now one can also observe three caves that were once are exploited by Japanese corps during World War II.
The beach also offers a one of a kind spate where you can watch conventional anglers set sail for the open sea, and in the afternoon observe the ships recollect perfectly laden with their fish catch. Now you can buy freshly caught fish instant from the ships. Or for a one of a kind knowledge, why not try sail along with them and catch fish the conventional programme.
To reach Grajagan Beach is fairly simple since there are already asphalted arteries for gondolas and public transport. It takes approximately one hour from Banyuwangi to get to Grajagan Beach. The street is wide enough even for big bus.
If you wish to make public transport, oblige the Bus at Banyuwangie that goes to the town of Jember (and vice versa) and alight at Benculuk. From Benculuk, persist by mini bus for about 12 KM before you reach Grajagan Beach.