A study of landscape utilization as a source of medicinal plants was conducted in Cikeusik, Banten. The aim of this study was to reveal landscape types that have been known and utilized by Baduy-Dalam in Cikeusik for acquiring medicinal plants. This research was conducted from September 2017 to January 2018. Data was collected through semi-structured, close-ended and open-ended questions, vegetation analysis and free-tracking. Data were analyzed descriptively. The results show that the Cikeusik Baduy-Dalam have seven landscape units as sources of medicinal plants. The landscapes are (1) leuweung lembur (residential area) with 13 species of medicinal plants; (2) cai (river) with 16 species; (3) huma (field) with 13 species; (4) jami (field abandoned one year) with 30 species, (5) rheuma (field abandoned three years) with 26 species; (6) rheuma kolot (field abandoned seven years) with 22 species; and (7) leuweung kolot (protected forest) with 15 species. The number of landscape units shows that all types of landscapes have been used by Cikeusik Baduy-Dalam for acquiring medicinal plants.