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The Jomblang Cave Tour- A Beautiful ancient cave in Yogyakarta

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The Jomblang cave tour

The Jomblang cave tour is information about the ancient cave in Yogyakarta

Yogyakarta, a city known for its rich cultural heritage and breathtaking landscapes, is home to one of Indonesia’s hidden gems – Jomblang Cave.

This mesmerizing natural wonder has become a must-visit destination for adventurers and nature enthusiasts alike.

In this article, we will delve into the captivating allure of the Jomblang Cave tour, providing valuable insights for those seeking a unique and unforgettable experience.

The attraction of the Jomblang Cave Tour

Jomblang Cave is a vertical cave that occurs due to the collapse of soil and vegetation due to geological processes.

This collapse produces a sinkhole with a cave mouth of about 50 meters.

As a result, Jomblang Cave was formed as a place for the conservation of ancient plants at the bottom of the cave.

Jomblang Cave is a vertical caving that requires special tools and expertise to descend and explore the cave.

The vertical caving activity will boost visitors’ adrenaline.

There are four paths that can be traveled with different depths.

Beginners can take the 15-meter path, while experts can take the 40-meter, 60-meter, and 80-meter paths.

The 15-meter path can be traversed by visitors on foot, although the terrain is quite steep.

After arriving at the bottom of the cave, you will be fascinated by the scenery around the mouth of Jomblang Cave.

Around their feet, you will find a variety of beautiful and lush ancient plant vegetation.

The Light of Heaven

When you walk down the cave passage, you can see the cave passage decorated with stalagmites and stalactites on it.

Also, there is a fairly swift river flow in the cave. Continuing the journey for 300 meters, you will find Luweng Grubug.

Here, you will see the so-called ‘heavenly light’ of Jomblang Cave that is often uploaded on social media.

Sunlight enters the cave and shines on the flowstone.

The dazzling view of the sun contrasts with the pitch-black depths of the cave, making visitors amazed.

This is where the term ‘light of heaven’ came from. The beauty of the ‘light of heaven’ can only be enjoyed at certain times,

the best time in Jomblang Cave is around 10:00 am to 12:00 pm.

Where the sun shines right on the mouth of Jomblang Cave.

On a note, the weather is sunny.

Because if the weather is cloudy, the sun cannot enter and shine on the mouth of the cave.

Visitor safety

For visitors who want to go down to the cave, there is no need to worry.

The management of Jomblang Cave has prepared equipment for vertical caving, namely SRT (Single Rope Technique),

and safety equipment and guides who will bring visitors safely.

Ticket price and guide

You will be charged between IDR 450,000-1000,000 for the ticket price

this fee includes equipment rental fees and tour guide fees

but if you already have your own equipment then you don’t need to rent it.

if you go in groups and some friends have visited this cave and know the terrain you also don’t need to hire a guide,

you only need to ask permission from the local village head.

for motorbike parking fees only IDR 3000

Route to Jomblang cave

This cave is located in Jetis Wetan Pacarejo Semanu village, Gunung Kidul district, Yogyakarta.

You can use Google Maps to reach this place, the road to this place is quite good, and you can enjoy the natural scenery along the way.

travel time is about 1.5 hours from the city of Yogyakarta, so it’s not too far.

you can use a motorbike or rent a car if you go in a group

So friends, are you ready for an adventure down this ancient cave?










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