Potential Study of Sibiuk Cave as a directive for special interest tourism in Ciampea District, Bogor
The cave has many benefits and economic value, including the potential of the cave as a tourist attraction of special interest. The purpose of this study was to determine the potential of Cave and special interest tourismdirectives in Sibiuk Cave, in Ciampea District. This research method is a description of the data collection using the Forward methodand the Top to Bottom survey system. The results of the study are the presence of stalactites, stalagmites, columns, cavefauna such as Purba shrimp (Stenasellus sp), Cave crickets (Rhaphidophora sp), Kala Cemeti (Stygophrynus dammermani), Scorpion Whip (Geralinuridae Thelyphonidae), Thousand Feet (Rhaphidophora sp.), Keong Darat (Leptopoma celebesianum), Centipede Syabur (Scutigeria sp), Bats (Rousettus amplexicaudatus) and Swallow (Collocalia vestita) and Guano. The Sibiuk cave area has been designated as the Pongkor geopark on November 29, 2018 with a special interest tourism direction on the introduction of cave speleology, cave biospeleology, cave expedition and rock climbing.