JAMBOREE GUIDELINES – administration and registration

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General

The administration and financial management includes plans, preparations, execution, and administration’s reports. This administration activity relates to registration and administration service for participants, IST, scouting masters, contingent’s chairmen, contingent’s staffs, and the event’s planning and executing committees with their supporting team.

Administration Service System

1. Administration Service

Administration service works in the secretariat field, which includes items as follows:

a. Registration for participants and activities

b. Database system

2. Registration System

a. Online registration:

It based registration means that the registration was done via online through this website address: pk10malang.org

The website will be launched this october 2013. The committee will send the steps to register online to each NSO.

3. Database System

All data entered into the system will be saved in a computer database. The database’s products includes:

  1. Participants data
  2. The event’s planning team, the event’s executing team, and IST’s members data
  3. Contingent’s staffs data
  4. Participants’ sub camp’s location data
  5. The main activity’s, supporting activity’s, and elective activity’s participants data
  6. The participants’ achievements data

Camp Fee And Payment Mechanism

1. Camp Fee

Participant pay USD 200 for campfee. To support the activities, the participants are charged with the camp fee with the facilities of:

  1. Menus
  2. Rice
  3. Meat
  4. Gas for cooking
  5. Mineral water
  6. Sugar
  7. Spice
  8. Fish
  9. Fresh milk, tea
  10. Vegetables
  11. Fruits
  12. Consumptions for traveling and water paradise activities
  13. Traveling and water paradise activities’ tickets
  14. Traveling and water paradise activities’ transports
  15. Manuals and Activity Booklet for the scouting masters
  16. Participants’ ID cards
  17. Scarf
  18. Awards: medals, certificates, activity brevets. The awards will only be given to the boy/girl scouts
  19. Participants’ shirts
  20. Participant Award
  21. Health insurance for the whole activities
  22. Medical services
  23. WIFI, radio FM, transmitter
  24. Banks Facility
  25. Travel agents
  26. Tent
  27. Cooking equipment
  28. Camping equipment

2. Payment Mechanism

a. The camp fee should be paid to the executing committee Pekan Kekerabatan X/2014 . The last payment should be done in March 2014

4. The camp fee cannot be refunded in any condition

5. The payment can be done via bank transfer to:

 

The transfer proof should be sent to Pekan Kekerabatan X/2014’s treasurer via email: primawatilidwina@yahoo.co.id or pk10_malang@yahoo.com

Correction and Administration Delay

If there is an administration delay, there are few things to be aware of:

  1. The management of the contingent database will be delayed
  2. The participants’ relocation will be messed
  3. If the participants do not register on time due to the participants’ mistakes, then those participants are not the committee’s responsibility
  4. The correction of the participants’ information should follow the rules below:
    1. Correction Form should be filled in
    2. The alternate participant has to have the same gender with the previous participant to ease the participants’ relocation.
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JAMBOREE GUIDELINES – supporting facilities

General

The committee will provide the following facilities:

1. Place Facilities

  1. Executing committee’s secretariat and information center
  2. Main field and ceremonial field
  3. 5 sub camps: Arjuna sub camp, Welirang sub camp, Bromo sub camp, Semeru sub camp, and Kawi sub camp
  4. Tents for Contingent Leader
  5. Tents for the service team
  6. Tents for the contingent for the contingent’s meeting room and exhibition room
  7. “Jam Hotel” (in the form of a tent): accommodation for guests and evaluators
  8. Parking area
  9. Public kitchen
  10. Bathrooms

2. Service facilities

  1. Risk management: health facility, ambulance, medical supports, and paramedics
  2. Finance: ATM mobile and mobile transaction
  3. Mini market for daily needs
  4. Camping and cooking rentals
  5. Scout shop
  6. WIFI
  7. Communication networks: Radio FM and communicating radio
  8. Travel agent especially for extra travel/tour for the participants after the event
  9. Media station: station for the journalists for journalism related activities
  10. Guest rooms

3. Procurement method

  1. Borrowing
  2. Rent
  3. Colaboration with the Funding Section

Consumption And Transportation

1. Consumption

a. Participants, scout masters, and contingent’s staffs

  • The natura is provided in the sub camps to be cooked in a patrol or given to the contingent’s public kitchen – the decision on whether to cook the natura or give the food to the public kitchen is fully on the contingent’s hand. The technical rules to use the public kitchen will be further described in the technical manual.
  • For the participants who participate in the expedition activity, the consumption is provided

b. Executing committee, planning committee, IST, guests

The Executing committee, planning committee, IST, guests will be served with food which will be prepared by the consumption team

2. Transportation

a. Drop/fetch:

The committee is able to drop or fetch the participants with extra charge. However, it is recommended for each contingent to arrange their own transportations

b. The transportation for the whole activities is provided by the committee

 

JAMBOREE GUIDELINES – sub camp management

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Sub Camp Structure and Arrangement

  1. Sub camp leads by a Sub Camp Chief, who is helped by sub camp staffs from the committee. The sub camp staffs of each sub camp will be divided into activity division, logistic division, hygiene and security division, religious division, and administration division.
  2. Sub Camp Chief take charge on living arrangement in sub camp, preparing the participants to follow activities outside the sub camp, as well as distributing ticket to participants. In addition, Sub Camp Chief will have daily meetings with participants’ Scout Coaches to discuss the problem arises.
  3. Every troop consists of 4 groups and 4 Scout Coaches. Each Scout Coaches takes role in activity, logistic, hygiene, security, and medic issues.

Sub Camp details

  1. Each sub camp consists of two separate sections, each for male and female.
  2. There are maximum 6 girl troops and 6 boy troops in one sub camp.
  3. One troop consist of 4 group, in which each group contain 8 scouts and 1 Scout Coaches,
  4. Scout Coaches will reside in different tent but still in the same area with the scouts.
  5. The facilities in every sub camp are:
    • The secretariat of the Sub Camp Chief
    • Sufficient numbers of Bathrooms, toilets, and sinks.
    • Tent for Sub Camp Chief and Sub Camp Staff
    • Tent for Scout Coaches
    • Group sign which made by the group members
    • Announcement and Communication Board for sub camp residents
    • Lost and found counter
  6. The lot for each group’s tent is 5×8 meter. Sub camp area is around 3500-6000 m2. Each sub camp has some space for gathering.

JAMBOREE GUIDELINES – participants

Contingent

Contingent is a representative of each Catholic Education Assembly  and The Scouting Working Team of Brotherhood Week of Diocese of  Malang, which consists of:

a)    Boy scouts with their scout masters

b)    A contingent with their contingent’s staffs

Patrol

Patrol is a unit consisting of 8 boy scouts and a scout master. A patrol from one contingent will be split into different sub camps or into different troops within one sub camp.

Contingent’s Staffs

Contingent’s staffs led by a contingent’s leader acts as a contingent’s supporting unit. The staff’s contingent excludes the scout master. The Catholic Education Assembly  and The Scouting Working Team of Brotherhood Week of Diocese of  Malang, chairmen, as the event’s guests, will have the hotels provided; for the other Catholic Education Assembly  and The Scouting Working Team of Brotherhood Week of Diocese of  Malang staffs – if they do not serve as Contingent Leaders-  are categorized as the contingent’s staffs. The contingent’s staffs will have their tents provided outside the sub camp area. The facilities provided are as follows: tents (due to the cold and windy weather) and consumption in the form of natura. The contingent’s staffs’s camp fees are different from the scouts and to be announced.

The number of contingent’s staffs allowed to participate in Brotherhood Week-X/2014 is as follows:

Number of Scouts in a Contingent (people)

Maximum Number of Contingent’s Staffs (people)

1-9

2

10-18

3

19-36

4

37-72

6

73-144

9

145-228

15

289-576

23

577-1152

30

Above 1152

40

IST (International Service Team)

The committee gives an opportunity for the rovers/rangers from participated contingents or The Scouting Working Team for Seniors from Catholic Education Assembly  and The Scouting Working Team of Brotherhood Week of Diocese of  Malang, to get involved in our event, Brotherhood Week X/2014, as the International Service Team (IST). Regarding to this, the committee will send a special registration form with its requirements. The IST’s camp fee will be determined later.

Participant’s Requirements

1. General requirements

  • Have passed the third class scout level
  • Physically and mentally healthy

2. Administrations

  • Fill in the Brotherhood Week X/2014’s online registration form
  • Show the scout’s test certificate
  • Show a health history signed by your doctor
  • Show  membership card published by your chapter

3. The requirements for international scouts will be described in a special section

4. Individual equipments

  • A backpack (traveling bag) for clothing and individual needs for the whole stay and a smaller bag for field use (for stationary, drink, etc)
  • A minimum of one piece of the scouting uniform (for the opening ceremony and mass)
  • Sport shirts and daily activities shirts: a T-shirt, long pants/jeans, and a cap for both boy scouts and girl scouts.
  • Shoes, sandals, medicines, toiletries, and silverwares
  • Field activities’ supporting equipments: sleeping bag, mattress, jacket, water canteen, raincoat, flashlight, swimsuit, etc.

5. A patrol’s equipment

  • A patrol’s tent with the capacity of 8-10 people
  • Lights/lamps for the tent
  • Cooking utilities (if the natura is cooked by the patrol)

6. A contingent’s equipments

  • Bring their traditional dishes which will be served in Festival Kuliner Nusantara Event
  • The equipments for the traditional exhibition activity which will be displayed in Pentas Budaya
  • Bring the equipments for Culture Activity of  Nusantara, Evening Activity, and Cross Road of Culture.
  • Handy talky
  • Catholic Education Assembly  and The Scouting Working Team of Brotherhood Week  flags with the dimension of 180 cm x 120 cm
  • A minimum of 20 pieces of the contingent’s traditional souvenirs (18 pieces will be exchanged among contingents + 1 for the committee + 1 for Catholic Education Assembly and The Scouting Working Team of Brotherhood Week. Regarding to this, the number of participants will be published in monthly Bulletin.
  • Social activities’ equipments include decent clothing and books.
  • Cooking utilities (if the natura is cooked in the contingent’s kitchen)

JAMBOREE GUIDELINES – activities

General

Every session in Brotherhood Week X/2014 will be based on six main aspects of scout activities: Spiritual, emotion, social, Intellectual, Physic, and Character.

Procedure

The participants (around 2000 people) are divided into 5 sub camps so the activities can run smoothly and meaningful. Based on the number of activities, it can be counted that:

  1. Activities inside the camp/sub camp 85%
  2. Activities outside the camp/ sub camp 15% 

Goals

By joining Brotherhood Week X/2014, the participants should gain several qualities:

  1. Friendship and brotherhood between the scout members
  2. Advance in Scout skills and knowledge due to the creative and innovative practices.
  3. Improvement in tolerance and sensitivity towards others
  4. Experience of interaction with various culture
  5. Progress in discipline and team work
  6. Growth in religious aspect.

Method

The activities during Brotherhood Week X/2014 are carried out through:

  1. Workshops
  2. Games
  3. Excursions
  4. Demonstrations
  5. Simulations
  6. Assignments

Scope

Brotherhood  Week X/2014 consists of several activities:

  1. Dynamics of Sub Camp Life
  2. Compulsory activities
    1. Global Development Village
    2. Inter-Religious
    3. City of Science
    4. Handicraft
    5. Water Paradise
    6. Social Action/Community Service
    7. Mountain Challenge, Hiking, Bivouac
    8. Scouting Skill and Scout Challenge
    9. Excursions
    10. Free Time Activity
    11. Cross Road of Culture
    12. Supporting activities
      1. Opening Ceremony
      2. Closing Ceremony
      3. Entrance Ceremony in Sub Camp
      4. Farewell Ceremony in Sub Camp
      5. Opening service
      6. Closing service
      7. Daily service
      8. Cultural Festival (evening activity)
      9. Food Festival
      10. Optional activities
        1. Paid optional activities
        2. Rafting
        3. Air Soft Gun
        4. Outbond
        5. ATV
        6. Skydiving
      11. “Tari Topeng Malangan” (traditional mask dance) practice

Accommodations

  1. Camping utilities (tent, cooking utensils, and personal supplies) are prepared by participants. The committee will provide renting facility with some renting fees.
  2. Activities utilities are provided by the committee.
  3. Contingents who need additional transportation from or to arrival/departure point can contact the committee. There will be some fees applied.
  4.  Supplies for Food Festival, Community Service, and Cultural Festival are prepared by the participants.

Merit Badge

  1. Every branch of activity will give activity sticker for those who complete the particular activity. In addition, each group of activity gives Puzzle sticker Logo according to the requirement.
  2. Hiking, exploration, and Bivouac activities give out brevet for the participants.
  3. “Participant Award” is an award given by Catholic Education Assembly  and The Scouting Working Team of Brotherhood Week of Diocese of  Malang to Brotherhood Week X/2014 participants and Scout Couches.
  4. Medal is an award given by Brotherhood Week X/2014 committee for participants who complete the whole activities puzzle.
  5. The forms and procedures of “Participant Award” are regulated in Technical Guideline.

 

JAMBOREE GUIDELINES – introduction

BROTHERHOOD WEEK is an organization which works on developing the younger generation through regional, national, and international scout activities.

 Brotherhood Week  event was created in 2000, during the fifth biennial meeting of Pembina Pramuka (Scout Supervisors). It was agreed that “Brotherhood Week” would be the official name for the event and it would be held once every three years. For conventional purpose, Brotherhood Week is shortened to BROTHERHOOD WEEK. Furthermore, additional number will be added behind it to indicate the sequence and the year it is held. Meanwhile, “Coach Gathering” is devoted  to Scout Coaches.

The tenth Brotherhood Week (Scout Jamboree) held  in 2014 is a boot camp activity for scout groups, especially for those from Catholic primary and junior schools under supervision of  BROTHERHOOD WEEK. The location for the booth camp is Coban Rondo, a part of Malang Regency, in East Java.

Brotherhood Week  (Scout Jamboree) X/2014 is a great opportunity to develop independent, caring, responsible, environmentally conscious, and undiscriminating personalities among the youngsters.

  • Brotherhood Week  X/2014 is held on Thursday, June 19th, 2014 up to Thursday, June 26th, 2014
  • Brotherhood Week X/2014 takes place in Coban Rondo Campground, a part of Malang Regency, East Java – Indonesia

Our Jamboree Logo

Meaning: “Strong and Attractive Apple”

 Brotherhood Week X/2014 logo uses the silhouette of number “10”, which the “1” uses a Boy Scout character and the “0” represents an apple as the iconic fruit of Malang.

“Number 10 silhouette” represents the tenth series of Brotherhood Week. It also contains the philosophy of Dasa Dharma (10 Scout Law).

“Boy Scout silhouette” symbolizes a stood straight scout, which means that he has a strong character and vision. The white WOSM flag signifies a sacred guiding compass which leads the holder to the sanctity of live. 

“Malang apple silhouette”

  1. “Malang apple icon” is the pride of Malang, a likeable fruit due to its sweet and fresh taste.
  2. The sprouting coconut inside the apple represent the Symbol of Scout Movement of Indonesia , “Three apple’s leaves” signifies Tri Satya (Scout Promise) as the guidelines for a scout. The green leaf means love for environment, the yellow one means love for the God, and the last white one shows the sacred life.
  3. “Cross” hints that the event itself is in line with Christ’s spirit.

Brotherhood Week X/2014 envisions strong and attractive personalities for the future scouts. A character that consists of visional, functional, flexible, environmentally committed, Christian spirited, and scout spirited traits. 


 

BATU CITY AND COBAN RONDO

Batu is a city located in East Java, Indonesia. Formerly, it was a part of Malang Regency; but in 2001, Batu became an independent city legalized by Act of 11, 2001, when it became a municipal town with its own city mayor and council.

A population of 190,000 people, it lies on the southern slopes of Gunung Welirang. Its population largely consists of Javanese. The town used to be a recreation place for the Dutch colonial officers in the Dutch colonial area (before 1945).

Geographically, it is located in 
– 7,44deg 55,11″ s/d 8,26deg 35,45″ South Latitudes
– 122,17deg 10,90″ s/d 122,57deg 00,00″ East Longitudes.

The area has 202,800 Km2 width or same as 20,280 ha, bordered by:

South Side: Dau district and Wagir district
West Side: Pujon district
East Side: Karang ploso district and Dau district
North Side: Mojokerto regency and Prigen district

The Wide Area
Batu city is one part of the East Java Province, it have 202,800 km2 or equal to 20,280 ha width.

Topography
The situation of topography in Batu city has two different characteristics, that is north and west side is hilly and surging height area, while east area and south area that is relatively flat though at 700 m height from sea level.

Climatology
Climatology situation of Batu city has temperature minimum of 24-18ºC and maximum temperature 32-28ºC. Its air humidity is 75-98% and the rainfall average is 875 – 3000 mm/year. Because of that condition, Batu city is suitable for sub tropic plants of horticulture plants and cattle.

Administratively
Batu City is divided into 3 districts and 23 villages / sub districts. The districts are Batu district with 46,377 Km2 widths, Bumiaji district with 130,189 Km2 widths and Junrejo district with 26,234 Km2 widths.

The History Of Batu City
Since 10 century, Batu city and its surroundings has known as the resort for family, because the region is mountain area with the ruthless of balmy air, also supported with the beauty of nature as a mountain area. When it has led by King Sindok (Mpu Sendok), an empire member named Mpu Supo is commanded by King Sendok to build a family resort monarchic in a mountain, which is near to the wellspring. With all of the effort, to found a resort like the one, which wanted by the King, finally Mpu Supo found an area in Songgoriti area, which now has known, as Songgoriti tourism area. The King was agreed with that area and Mpu Supo, which has miraculous power, started to build the Songgoriti area as the family resort monarchic and he also build a temple called Supo temple.

As the King desire that resort had intended to have a wellspring, hence in the resort, there is a wellspring that flowing cold and cool as a wellspring in mountain area. The cool wellspring is often applied to clean “Keris” (the traditional Javanese knife), which is sacred as patrimony object from Sendok Empire. Because of the wellspring that has often applied to clean sacred empire objects and have strength of supernatural, (Magic) extremely great. Finally, the wellspring that is initially felt cold and cool finally turn into warm temperature water. Moreover, the warm temperature water, now become the endless of source in Songgoriti area tourism.

Batu city, which located on hillside of mount Panderman with 700 to 1100 meters height above sea level, based on the old fellow stories, document and also had traced about the existence, now have not known yet about his certainty time about the name of “B A T U” start called as named the health resort area. From some prominent local publics of course have ever told that the naming of Batu was come from name of a follower Moslem scholar Prince Diponegoro which so called Abu Ghonaim or conceived of Kyai Gubug Angin, that later on chummy local public had call him with “Mbah Wastu”. From the habit of Java culture that is often to cut short and take a short cut about the naming of someone name who felt too length, finally by the degrees of Mbah Wastu is called Mbah Tu to become mBatu or Batu as a mention that being applied for the ‘Cold City’ in East Java.

 

COBAN RONDO 

If you visit the city of Malang, would be complete if not visited East Java and Agro Stone Park. However, from now on the list of attractions that you must visit seems to have added, because in addition to these two attractions, Coban Rondo is very feasible for use as a reference your family tourism.

Coban Rondo waterfall which is located in the region’s ecotourism KPH Perhutanioffice Malang waterfall with a height of about 84 meters. Geographically, this waterfall is located at an altitude of 1135 above sea level (asl), with an average temperature of 22oC. Debit waterfall in the rainy season reached 150 liters / sec, while during the dry season only 90 liters / sec.

Waterfall located on the slopes of Mount Panderman was first used as a tourist attraction in 1980. Coban The word itself means a waterfall, while the rondo means widow. So Coban Rondo waterfall means widow. Naming is based on events that have occurred in that place.

According to legend, long ago there was a beautiful woman named Goddard Anjarwati. Goddess Anjarwati married by Raden Kusuma Baron of Mount Pearl. After marriage, they lived at the residence of Goddess Anjarwati at Gunung Kawi. After 36 days (Selapan) married, Goddess Anjarwati invites her husband to visit her in-laws house in Mount Pearl. Parents Goddess forbid them to leave because they had married Selapan day. But they insisted to keep going.

On the way, they meet with Ricardo Lelono. Seeing beauty Goddess Anjarwati Joko Lelono fell in love first sight. Despite knowing that the Goddess Anjarwati already a wife, Joko Lelono still desperate try to grab Goddess Anjarwati from Raden Baron Kusuma. A fight was inevitable. Before the fight, Raden Kusuma Baron orders the clown-servants (ministers) that accompany it to hide the goddess in a place where there cobannya (waterfall). Baron Raden Kusuma think, after beating Joko Lelono, he would immediately follow his wife at the hideout. But the poor can not be avoided. In a fierce fight that both were killed.

With the death of Baron Raden Kusuma Dewi Anjarwati then changed its status to become a widow or a “rondo”. Since then, the people call it a hiding place as Goddess Anjarwati Coban Rondo. Large stone which lies at the base of Coban that was the place where Goddess Anjarwati sat waiting for her husband.

As you enter the area of Wana Wisata Coban Rondo, you will be greeted by rows of pine and fir trees that lined the mountain like a troop greeter neat guest of honor. Boisterous chirping of birds and butterflies are flying more and add a cheerful atmosphere. Your eyes will also be pampered with a view of colorful flowers that are blooming on the left and right side of the road. Across the paved road between trees, while occasionally turning the valley and the gorge below is very interesting. In addition, you also can meet with other visitors who let weary while enjoying lunch.

At the edge of the road leading to the location of the waterfall, there is a nursery area of protected forest plants. There you can find a garden of medicinal plants families (TOGA), which contains a collection of hundreds ofmedicinal plants. So, while traveling you can gain knowledge about health related benefits of medicinal plants.

All the beauty of it will be more perfect when you reach the waterfall location. Looking at thousands of liters of water that never stops flowing from the top of the cliff, accompanied by the sound of water and wind gerojok breeze blew, the more enhance the cool and peaceful. If you’re not the rainy season plus a little courage, you can shower or bath to feel the cold waterfall which is so refreshing. Another thing that you can see in this place is the Cave of Saru and Tapan Cave located on either side of the waterfall.

Above Waterfall Coban Rondo Coban there manten (1,300 asl) is located approximately 4 kilometers and can travel through the campsite. Named Coban manten because there are two waterfalls that stand parallel as the bridal couple at the altar. However, this object is usually only visited by mountain climbers because of the way a difficult, uphill, and through shrubs.

Slight rise above there manten Coban Kendang Pine Forest (1,400 meters above sea level). Among local residents, the area is known as Lali Jiwo forest. As with Coban manten, this region is also frequented by mountain climbers because of the winding road.

In addition to a tourist destination, the waterfall that comes from springs Cemoro Dudo is also used to supply drinking water through the taps for the District Pujon. In addition, the Wana Wisata Coban Rondo is also often used as a place to camp. Therefore, during holidays or hazing (Introductory Orientation Campus) freshmen, Coban Rondo campground will be full by the visitors.

Coban Rondo Waterfall located in the village Pandesari, Pujon district, Malang regency, East Java province, Indonesia. Wana region Coban Rondo Waterfall Tour is a tour of forest areas is very easy to reach. The entrance to the site is paved making it easier for tourists who want to visit this ecotourism object. Mileage these attractions from the city of Malang is only about 30 minutes.

If you use public transportation from Surabaya, Malang majoring take the bus and get off at Terminal Arjosari, Malang, after that ride bemo Landungsari majors. The journey continues with a bus destination through Pujon Kediri. Then you get down in front of the statue of cow that is the gateway to Coban Rondo. For those of you who do not want to walk away, there are available motorcycle taxis are available to take you to reach the location.

Admission price Wana location Coban Rondo Waterfall Tour of Rp6.000, 00 per person, while for the motor are charged Rp 2,000, 00 (February, 2009).

As a tourist area that is famous, Coban Rondo has been equipped with various facilities like food stalls, parking area, public restrooms, small mosque, and souvenir shops. In addition there are other facilities that you can get in this place, among which are:

* Campgrounds

For visitors who want to enjoy the outdoors by staying in the open, provided the location for the natural shades of beautiful camping with shade shade surrounded by pine and eucalyptus forest. If you do not have a tent, you can rent a tent in this place with a capacity of 4 persons.

* Lodging

There are 15 rooms with hot water facilities at affordable prices and can also be used as a meeting place with a capacity of 30 people. If you want to find another atmosphere, you can find lodging in the area Songgoriti or in Batu.

* Children Playing Arena

Visitors who bring children do not need to worry because the kids will be spoiled by the playground facilities are quite spacious and pleasant. In addition, there is also the location of playing in the river near a waterfall with clear water conditions, shallow, and safe for children.

* Outbound Management Training

Outbound Management Training is one of the facilities made by PT PALAWI in Wana Wisata Waterfall Coban Rondo is used as a management training facility in the open. PT PALAWI provides various facilities such as: Plat Form, High Rope Corse, Tracking Line Flying Camp, and Climbing Wall.

* Attractions Elephant

Since 1996 the manager has brought three Sumatran elephants are sufficiently trained to entertain the visitors who visited Wana Coban Rondo Waterfall Tour.

* Cross Mountain Bikes

In this area supplied the mountain bike track. For those of you who like cycling, you can try a challenging route through forests with pine and eucalyptus, along the slopes with the paths that go up and down. This will make your mountain biking events become more memorable.

* Collection of Medicinal Plant Families (TOGA)

Various collections of medicinal plants can you observe in the Garden of Family Medicine, located not far from the location of Children Playing Garden Arena. A total of 200 species of plants in traditional medicines could be an additional insight for the visitors.

* Forest Tree Nursery

Wana Manager Coban Rondo Waterfall Tour in cooperation with PERHUTANI make the location of forest plant nursery that can be used by visitors who want to know more about the different types of forest plants.

* Mini Zoo

In the vicinity of the location of the Elephant Arena may also witnessed a variety of endangered species, originating from various regions in Indonesia.

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SELAMAT DATANG (IND) – WELCOME (ENGLISH) – SUGENG RAWUH (JAVANESE)

Java (Indonesian: Jawa) is an island of Indonesia. With a population of 135 million (excluding the 3.6 million on the island of Madura which is administered as part of the provinces of Java), Java is the world’s most populous island, and one of the most densely-populated places on the globe. Java is the home of 60 percent of the Indonesian population. The Indonesian capital city, Jakarta, is located on western Java. Much of Indonesian history took place on Java. It was the center of powerful Hindu-Buddhist empires, the Islamic sultanates, and the core of thecolonial Dutch East Indies. Java was also the center of the Indonesian struggle for independence during the 1930s and 40s. Java dominates Indonesia politically, economically and culturally.

Formed mostly as the result of volcanic eruptions, Java is the 13th largest island in the world and the fifth largest island in Indonesia. A chain of volcanic mountains forms an east-west spine along the island. It has three main languages, though Javanese is dominant, and it is the native language of about 60 million people in Indonesia, most of whom live on Java. Most of its residents are bilingual, with Indonesian as their first or second languages. While the majority of the people of Java are Muslim, Java has a diverse mixture of religious beliefs, ethnicities, and cultures.

Java is divided into four provinces, West Java, Central Java, East Java, and Banten, and also two special regions, Jakarta and Yogyakarta.

Java lies between Sumatra to the west and Bali to the east. Borneo lies to the north and Christmas Island to the south. It is the world’s 13th largest island. Java is surrounded by Java Sea in the north,Sunda Strait in the west, Indian Ocean in the south and Bali Strait and Madura Strait in the east.

Java is almost entirely of volcanic origin; it contains thirty-eight mountains forming an east-west spine which have at one time or another been active volcanoes. The highest volcano in Java is MountSemeru (3,676 m). The most active volcano in Java and also in Indonesia is Mount Merapi (2,968 m).See Volcanoes of Java.

More mountains and highlands help to split the interior into a series of relatively isolated regions suitable for wet-rice cultivation; the rice lands of Java are among the richest in the world.[5] Java was the first place where Indonesian coffee was grown, starting in 1699. Today, Coffea arabica is grown on the Ijen Plateau by small-holders and larger plantations.

Parahyangan highland near Buitenzorg, ca. 1865-1872

The area of Java is approximately 139,000 km2.[6] It is about 650 miles (1,050 km) long and up to 130 miles (210 km) wide. The island’s longest riveris the 600 km long Solo River.[7] The river rises from its source in central Java at the Lawu volcano, then flows north and eastward to its mouth in theJava Sea near the city of Surabaya. Temperatures throughout the year average 22°C to 29°C and humidity average 75%. The northern coastal plains are normally hotter averaging 34°C during the day in the dry season. The south coast is generally cooler than the north, and highland areas inland are cooler again. The wet season begins in October ending in April during which rain falls mostly in the afternoons and intermittently during other parts of the year. The wettest months are January and February.

West Java is wetter than East Java and mountainous regions receive much higher rainfall. The Parahyangan highlands of West Java receive over 4,000 mm annually, while the north coast of East Java receives 900 mm annually.

Ethnicity and culture

Despite its large population and in contrast to the other larger islands of Indonesia, Java is comparatively homogeneous in ethnic composition. Only two ethnic groups are native to the island—the Javanese and Sundanese. A third group is the Madurese, who inhabit the island of Madura off the north east coast of Java, and have immigrated to East Java in large numbers since the 18th century.[28] The Javanese comprise about two-thirds of the island’s population, while the Sundanese and Madurese account for 20% and 10% respectively.[28] The forth group is the Betawi people that speak a dialect of Malay, they are the descendants of the people living around Batavia from around the 17th century. Betawis are creole people, mostly descended from various Indonesian archipelago ethnic groups such as Malay, Sundanese, Javanese, Balinese, Minang, Bugis, Makassar, Ambonese, mixed with foreign ethnic groups such asPortuguese, Dutch, Arab, Chinese and Indian brought to or attracted to Batavia to meet labour needs. They have a culture and language distinct from the surrounding Sundanese and Javanese.

The Javanese kakawin Tantu Pagelaran explained the mythical origin of the island and its volcanic nature. Four major cultural areas exist on the island: thekejawen or Javanese heartland, the north coast of the pasisir region, the Sunda lands of West Java, and the eastern salient, also known as Blambangan. Madura makes up a fifth area having close cultural ties with coastal Java.[28] The kejawen Javanese culture is the island’s most dominant. Java’s remaining aristocracy are based here, and it is the region from where the majority of Indonesia’s army, business, and political elite originate. Its language, arts, and etiquette are regarded as the island’s most refined and exemplary.[28] The territory from Banyumas in the west through to Blitar in the east and encompasses Indonesia’s most fertile and densely populated agricultural land.[28]

In the southwestern part of Central Java, which is usually named the Banyumasan region, a cultural mingling occurred; bringing together Javanese culture and Sundanese culture to create the Banyumasan culture.[citation needed] In the central Javanese court cities of Yogyakarta and Surakarta, contemporary kings trace their lineages back to the pre-colonial Islamic kingdoms that ruled the region, making those places especially strong repositories of classical Javanese culture. Classic arts of Java include gamelan music and wayang puppet shows.

Java was the site of many influential kingdoms in the Southeast Asian region,[29] and as a result, many literary works have been written by Javanese authors. These include Ken Arok and Ken Dedes, the story of the orphan who usurped his king, and married the queen of the ancient Javanese kingdom; and translations of Ramayana and Mahabharata. Pramoedya Ananta Toer is a famous contemporary Indonesian author, who has written many stories based on his own experiences of having grown up in Java, and takes many elements from Javanese folklore and historical legends.

LANGUAGES

The three major languages spoken on Java are Javanese, Sundanese and Madurese. Other languages spoken include Betawi (a Malay dialect local to the Jakarta region), Osing and Tenggerese (closely related to Javanese), Baduy (closely related to Sundanese), Kangeanese (closely related to Madurese), Balinese, and Banyumasan[30] The vast majority of the population also speaks Indonesian, often as a second language.

SOURCE: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Java_island

About Us

ImageBROTHERHOOD WEEK is an organization which works on developing the younger generation through regional, national, and international scout activities.

The tenth Brotherhood Week (Scout Jamboree) held  in 2014 is a boot camp activity for scout groups, especially for those from Catholic primary and junior schools. The location for the booth camp is Coban Rondo, a part of Malang Regency, in East Java-Indonesia.

Brotherhood Week  (Scout Jamboree) X/2014 is a great opportunity to develop independent, caring, responsible, environmentally conscious, and undiscriminating personalities among the youngsters.