Jomblang Cave - 4 Things to Know Before Visiting
About Jomblang Cave
It is part of a cave system that covers the whole of Gunung Kidul. The caves were formed over thousands were formed by rainwater and underground rivers that eroded the karst rock. It is one of the attractive place in Indonesia.
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Gunung Sewu Geopark
8.59km from Jomblang Cave
Gunung Sewu Geopark or Sewu Mountains is a series of mountains stretching along the southern coast of Gunung Kidul Regency and Wonogiri Regency of Central Java , to Tulungagung Regency of East Java in the island of Java, Indonesia. This is a national Geopark, which is also a member of Global Geopark Network , recognized by UNESCO in 2015.
Pindul cave jogja
11.04km from Jomblang Cave
Pindul Cave is a cave formed by karst with underground river located about 7 kilometres south of the city centre Wonosari, Gunung Kidul. Gua Pindul is known for the cave tubing that visitors can do and is done with tires that float above the underground river inside the cave, this activity known as cave tubing. There are gaps above the cave that can be passed as a pathway to enter vertically.
16.59km from Jomblang Cave
Timang beach is a beach attraction is a region at the boundary between the sea and the land that is located in Gunungkidul, Yogyakarta, Indonesia. Timang beach is one beach in Yogyakarta, the sand is white. Timang Beach lies between Siung and Sundak beach in Gunungkidul. The uniqueness of this beach is that there is an island called Panjang Island which is lobster habitat across coastal marine.
17.73km from Jomblang Cave
Pantai Siung is one of tourism located in Kecamatan Tepus, It is about 77 km from Yogyakarta and have an adventure travel locations such as rock climbing with 250 international track. This beach is one of the major tourist attractions in Indonesia by its beauty and by its scenic bay.
30.39km from Jomblang Cave
Imogiri is a royal graveyard complex in Yogyakarta, in south-central Java, Indonesia, as well as a modern village located near the graveyard in Bantul Regency. Imogiri is a traditional resting place for the royalty of central Java, including many rulers of the Sultanate of Mataram and of the current houses of Surakarta and Yogyakarta Sultanate. The name Imagiri is derived from Sanskrit Himagiri, which means 'mountain of snow'. The latter is another name for Himalaya.
30.58km from Jomblang Cave
Ijo temple is a Hindu candi located 4 kilometers from Ratu Boko or around 18 kilometers east from Yogyakarta, Indonesia. The temple was built between 10th to 11th century CE during the Mataram Kingdom period. The temple compound is located in Groyokan hamlet, Sambirejo village, Kecamatan Prambanan, Sleman Regency, Yogyakarta. The temple's name derived from its location, the Gumuk Ijo hill. The temple compound stood on the western slope of the hill, in a quiet region east of Yogyakarta, around 4
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Special Region of Yogyakarta
The Special Region of Yogyakarta is a provincial-level autonomous region of Indonesia in the southern Java. The city of Yogyakarta is the capital and the economic center of the region.