. Distribution of Dengue Hemorrhagic Fever (DHF) can be viewed from geospatial perspective elaborating temperature, rain fall, humidity, and certain land uses information. Remote sensing and GIS approach can be used as effective tool on dengue prevention and control policies. The aim of this study was to identify vulnerable dengue areas in Banjar, West Java through image verification. This study is an observational study with cross sectional analysis conducted in Banjar in March to October 2012 with a sample from the entire population suffering from dengue at all ages as well as environmental conditions. As for the single sample larvae method. Results showed that the area of DF high vulnerability zones in Banjar was 18.29%,, moderate zone (63.45%) and less vulnerable zone (18.27%). The map verification was done high and moderate vulnerability zones were classified into dengue-prone classes, while low vulnerability zone was grouped into dengue-free zone. In conclusion, the accuracy was reached 94.74% and it was indicated that dengue cases was mostly spreaded in dengue-prone areas.