Pari Island is located in the Seribu Islands (The Thousand Islands) Regency, South Thousand Islands District, Pari Village, located two hours by boat from the sea port of Muara Angke in Jakarta. Pari Island has an area of approximately 42.3 hectares which are currently inhabited by 300 families with a total of 1100 residents. Pari Island, becam a tourist attractions in the Thousand Islands since 2010 and tourism became an integral part of of people's lives . Management of tourism in Pari Island is in the hands of the community directly, with the arrangement carried out by the Coastal Tourism Forum in Pari Island as the official body that regulates Pari Island tourism. With good management, income from tourism can support other social services that run for the benefit of the community, because 5% of income from tourism managers from lodging rentals, snorkeling equipment rentals, boat rentals, and catering services will be deducted from the village treasury and used to support operational madrasa, mosque, infaq, funeral and other social activities. Pari Island residents have taken control of the land for generations to date. In the 1960s Pari Island residents registered land through girik, a customary title used for indigenous-owned lands  . However Girik (also known as Letter C) is not recognized as a document of ownership of land, as evidence of land title ownership (the tax authority stopped using girik in 1994). Currently this document can prove that the holder of the document is the person who controlled or use the land. From 1982 to 1985, the Tidung island village drew authentic gyros and land documents belonging to residents who had been registered, citing renewal, but until now there has been no renewal of land rights and no backing. Residents of Pari say that local officials romised a few years ago that they would receive land certificates after submitting the old papers that were informal records of the land they occupied.