Jomblang Cave :
Jomblang Cave is in fact one of hundreds of Caves found within Gunug Kidul. The cave is a vertical collapse doline type which was formed by the geological process when the soil and all vegetations on it plunged beneath the surface of the earth some thousands of years ago. The collapse created a sinkhole of approximately 50 meters in diameter which became the mouth of the cave. The sinkhole is known to locals as “Luweng”, thus the cave is also known locally as Luweng Jomblang.
The Amazing Race Jomblang Cave : To descend down Jomblang Cave, one must have sufficient caving ability, particularly the Single Rope Technique (SRT) or using single rope to ascend and descend vertically. However for beginners or those with little caving experiences, there are many professional cavers who can guide and assist to reach the floor of the cave. Cavers can choose from 4 different tracks with varying heights. The first is known as the VIP track which features 15 meters of a “walkable” steep slope followed by about 20 meters SRT descend. This track is known as the most common and easiest, hence the name VIP. Other 3 tracks present higher challenges since visitors must descend the SRT line from higher altitudes: 80 meters for track A, 60 meters for Track B, and 40 meters for track C.
Afater finshed Caving Gua Jomblang then visit Timang Beach. Timang beach is a beach attraction is a region at the boundary between the sea and the land that is Like most beaches in the area most of GunungKidul in general , Timang Beach consists of white sand and plants surrounding Pandan tree. This beach has not been developed so that the scenery looks still seems natural. Timang beach consists of two parts of the coast . The first part of the east side is a white sandy beach which is equal to the beaches most. The second part of the west shaped rocks are steep ( hill ) directly adjacent to the sea . In this section there are views of the island or a large stone across the beach . Island or a large rock that the surrounding community is referred to as the Panjang stone, Panjang Island and Timang Island. Panjang Island is known as the best place to hunting lobster by the local community .Timang Beach and Panjang Island connected via cable car is driven on the rope that connects the beach to the top of the island . The ropes used a diameter of 4 cm and has a length of approximately 200 meters . Communities around the regular use of the cable car to go fishing and lobster in Panjang Island.
24-25 May 2020 : Jomblang Cave Closed for Lebaran Holiday
Hari Raya Idul Fitri is an Indonesian holiday that celebrates the conclusion of the fasting month of Ramadan. The Hari Raya Idul Fitri holiday period is also known as Lebaran. Lebaran is a series of public holidays that allow Indonesians to spend time with their friends and family members.
Time Frame :
06.00-08.00 Drive from Jogjakarta to Jomblang Cave
09.30-10.30 Preparation & Briefing
10.30-13.00 Explore Jomblang Cave
13.00-13.30 Simple Lunch
14.00-15.00 Drive to Timang Beach
16.00-18.00 Shuttle to Timang Beach by Jeep and Explore Timang Beach by Gondola or plastic rope woven bridge own Account.
18.00-20.00 Back to Yogyakarta
PRICE PER PERSON 2020
|Jomblang plus Timang Beach (included shuttle only. No Gondola)
What is included :
- Transfer and tours as per the itinerary with private Car air conditioned
- Entrance Fees ,Guide Caving Jomblang, vertical equipment and simple lunch, Timang Beach Shuttle
- 2 bottle mineral Water 600ml
- Parking fees
What is NOT included :
- Escort Guide in the car .
- Flight Ticket/Train /Airport tax
- Tipping Driver, Porter Airport dan Bellboy Hotel
- Personal Expenses
- Gondola or plastic rope woven bridge Own Account
Preparation fo Jomblang Caving :
******socks, towels, sandals, simple & spare clothes, mosquito lotions, small bags & camera *****
Limitation for Jombalng Caving :
- AGE :5-60 Years
- WEIGHT : Maximum 150 Kg/person
- PARTICIPANT: Maximum 75 person /day
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