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Before you go, please to check the list of things that you should bring to Mount Rinjani

Torch or Flashlight. (Only If You Hike to The Summit )
1pair champ shoes/trek
shoes are good. ( boots )
  1. Toiletries.
  2. Personal madications
Sun block/lotion, hat/cap,
sun glasses.
Spray for muscle/balm.
Insect repellent.
Camera, Handy Cam
(Manual or Digital).
Small towel.
2/3 pcs. of T-Shirts.
Long trek pants/wind proof.
  1. Windproof Jacket.
  2. Warmest  jacket
  3. Rain coat
2 pcs. of shorts.
Trek stick/leaky (optional).
Sandals (optional).
Swimming Suite (optional).
Binocular (optional).
Extra trail snack
(we supply fruits, Menu.
Garbage Plastic can.


Air Terjun Asin
Air Terjun Asin (Photo by Nandy Photography)

Di Pesisir Pantai Nambung, Dusun Pengantap Desa Buwun mas Kecamatan Sekotong - Lombok Barat terdapat fenomena alam yang sangat unik. Pantai Nambung yang dijuluki "Tanjung Jagog" ini dipenuhi batuan karang yang besar bak Green Canyon di luar negeri sana. Deretan batuan karang yang tinggi tersebut ketika disapu oleh ombak besar yang datang dari sisi timur selatan akan membentuk sebuah panorama alam yang keren. Hantaman ombak yang datang ke batu karangnya akan terlihat seperti sebuah Air Terjun.

Pantai Nambung terletak di bagian selatan Pulau Lombok, berbatasan dengan Samudera Hindia yang berombak besar dan bergulung gulung. Ini kemudian menyebabkan beberapa titik di lokasi perbatasan samudera tersebut lebih menjadi prioritas tempat surfing atau berselancar, kurang aman untuk berenang atau bersnorkeling dengan keluarga dan anak anak.

Akan tetapi, dengan isi lautnya yang lebih banyak dihuni oleh ikan ikan berukuran besar dan monster, lokasi perairan yang berupa teluk di bagian ini juga sering kali menjadi tujuan memancing dan menangkap ikan para nelayan nelayan luar Lombok.

Pantai Nambung dengan Air Terjun Asin nya di Tanjung Jagog kini menjadi salah satu destinasi wisata Lombok yang mulai dilirik para pelancong asing maupun lokal. Sebuah hempasan ombak besar yang diikuti dengan turunnya air laut di tebing bebatuan dan karang setinggi 10 meter, menghadirkan view air terjun yang menakjubkan, aliran Air Terjun Asin ini hampir mirip dengan view air terjun Benang Stokel atau Benang Kelambu di Wilayah Lombok Tengah sana.

Keindahan Air Terjun Tanjung Jagog ini seringkali menggoda hati para pengunjungnya untuk mengabadikan moment-moment indah itu, namun saran saya jangan sekali sekali mencoba untuk memanjakan diri di bawah aliran air terjun tersebut hanya demi sebuah dokumentasi keren atau sekedar uji nyali, karena beberapa waktu yang lalu seorang pengunjung remaja yang mencoba uji nyali dibawah aliran air terjun ini mengalami cidera patah tulang punggung karena dihempas oleh terjangan air terjun ke bebatuan.

Pemandangan pesisir pantai berpasir putih seperti merica juga bisa anda temui ditempat ini, karena pantai Nambung ini masih segaris dengan wilayah Pantai Kute, Pantai Mawun ataupun Pantai Selong Belanak di Lombok Tengah sana. Selain lautan yang membiru dengan pemandangan gunung gunung indah di pinggirnya, Pantai Nambung juga masih dikategorikan destinasi wisata yang baru di Lombok, kenyamanan yang terkesan alami, keramahtamahan penduduk setempat, ataupun fasilitas fasilitas umum yang agak susah anda temui ditempat ini, bahkan untuk sekedar parkirpun anda harus menitipkan kendaraan di rumah rumah penduduk sekitarnya.

Untuk menuju ke Air Terjun Pantai Nambung, sebaiknya anda memakai kendaraan pribadi atau menggunakan jasa transportasi charter di sekitar wilayah Gerung. Jika starting point adalah Kota Mataram, anda membutuhkan waktu kurang lebih 2.5 Jam untuk mencapai Pantai Nambung, rutenya dari Mataram kemudian menuju Gerung dan terus ke arah Pelabuhan Lembar. Di pertigaan Segenter (Lembar) anda belok kiri menuju rute wilayah Sekotong. Jika sampai di Sekotong Tengah (ditandai dengan kantor polisi Sektor Sekotong sebelum pertigaan), setibanya di pertigaan Sekotong belok kiri saja, anda akan melalui jalur Teluk Sepi sekitar 8Km dengan akses jalan yang sudah beraspal bagus. Setelah melewati tanjakan dan turunan sepanjang 2Km ke arah Teluk Sepi, lurus saja di pertigaan Pasar Buwun Mas sejauh 4km ke arah timur. Sepanjang 1km sebelum mencapai Pantai Nambung anda akan disuguhkan dengan view pantai yang indah di sisi kanan jalan dengan beberapa gili di tengahnya.

Pesisir Pantai Nambung
Pesisir Pantai Nambung

Sepanjang perjalanan dari Teluk Sepi ke Pantai Nambung memang terkesan sedikit sepi, namun tidak perlu khawatir, daerah ini cukup aman walaupun menyisiri tepian bebukitan dan sisi pantai yang dipenuhi pepohonan sejenis Mangrove. Sesampainya di sebuah tikungan dengan view bukit dan menanjak, anda akan melihat sebuah papan nama sederhana bertuliskan Pantai Nambung yang dibuat oleh warga. Mampir saja di rumah rumah penduduk dan tanyakan lokasi Tanjung Jagog, anda bisa memarkirkan kendaraan anda di rumah rumah penduduk atau di tempat parkir umum yang sudah di sediakan.

Dari area rumah penduduk, anda harus berjalan kaki sejauh 500 meter menyisir pasir putih dan bebatuan pinggir pantai untuk menyaksikan fenomena alam yang cantik ini. Berhati-hatilah melewati bebatuannya, karena selain licin bebatuan ini juga sedikit tajam. Jika kurang yakin untuk berjalan sendiri, cari saja sebuah gubuk sederhana terdekat dengan air terjun tersebut, seorang nelayan tua bernama Pak Tahir akan senang sekali membantu anda menuju lokasi air Terjun asin Tanjung Jagog.

Untuk mendapatkan view air terjun yang dahsyat, datanglah di kisaran jam 10.00 pagi sampai jam 03.00 sore, karena saat air laut surut maka volume ombak yang datang dan membentuk aliran air terjun akan kurang besar atau bahkan tidak ada sama sekali. Untuk pilihan akomodasi atau hotel di sekitar tempat ini belum ada, namun anda bisa memilih beberapa hotel terbaik yang ada di wilayah Sekotong Barat diantaranya adalah Cocotinus Sekotong, Krisna Bungalows, Villa Yukie dan lainnya. Klik disini untuk lebih detail.
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Lombok

Geography & Climate

Lombok island is located east of Bali. Lombok geographically is almost the same size as Bali and, just as there are popular tourist areas on Bali, so Lombok offers a variety of destinations to suit different holidaymakers' tastes. Tropical climate with warm and humid weather all year round. Temperature range from 21 Celsius to 32 Celsius. Wet season starts from November to May and dry season start from May-October. The best time to come is in the month of May when the weather is just perfect with bright daylight and green scenery.

People & Religion

Population is about 2,5 million. The local inhabitants of Lombok are called Sasaks who make up 70% of the population are the predominant group with Balinese, Chinese, Arabian, and Javanese and other ethnics groups making up the rest. Bahasa Indonesia is the National Language, but English is widely spoken.
Lombok has three main districts with three capital cities: Mataram in the west, Praya in central and Selong in east Lombok. The majority of commerce is in the capital city of Mataram in west Lombok.
Islam is the majority religion, but all other religions are practiced freely. Every Friday around 12.30 noon, Muslims go to the mosques just like Christians go to church on Sunday.

Bayan If you are planning on traveling around the island and visiting small villages it is more respectable to wear slacks or knee length shorts, a shirt with sleeves or a sarong. If you happened to be here during Ramadan, which is the Muslim month of fasting from sunrise to sunset, please do not to eat, drink or smoke out in the open public during this month long fast. Even though the people don’t seem bothered in the common tourist areas like, Senggigi and the Gili islands, it is better to respect the people and not eat or smoke openly.

Wetu Telu

Wetu telu is an unique religion that that blends Islam - Animism and is only found in north Lombok. It roots stem from the village of Bayan in the north. The people who practice this still consider themselves Muslims but they have their own rituals in addition to the normal Muslim ones. One such ceremony is Nyiu, that takes place 1000 days after someone dies. The relatives of the deceased offer material things like clothing, toothbrushes, food, dishes, mattresses, etc. so the deceased will be pleased in heaven.

Money & Local Currencies

When changing money there are many money changers in Lombok. The best rates are usually in Senggigi. Money changers prefer new, clean large bills and will accept smaller denominations at a lower rate. If you have traveler’s checks the rate will be less than bank notes.

Be sure to count your money before you leave money changers. You can also check local banks but the rate is slightly lower than outside. Re-count the money in front of the money changer reception is a must, as usually there's a quick tricky way how they can steal your money. A suggestion when changing money. If you plan on making small purchases be sure to carry small denominations with you because many sellers do not have change. The Rupiah come in denominations of 100,000, 50,000, 10,000, 5,000, 1,000, and 500, 100 in coin.

Lombok Art

Things To Take Back Home

Wanting to take back something from Lombok? Lombok has great woven textiles like songkets and ikats that can be used as a sarong, wall hanging, table cloth and more. The design woven is special to each weaver and it is passed down through the generations before. There is a traditional hand weaving village in Puyung, central Lombok. You can even try on a traditional Sasak costume.

Banyumulek (West Lombok), Penujak (Central Lombok) and Masbagik (East Lombok) are famous villages in Lombok for making pottery. Lombok pottery has gained popularity and is shipped throughout the world. There is a wide range of selections and it can custom made to your liking. We hope to develop the economy of the area by directly meet them with serious buyer from all over the world.

There are many traditional handicrafts you could take back as a souvenir i.e. wooden masks, baskets made out of ketak grass, wooden boxes designed with bits of shells, or other things made from bamboo or rattan.
Pink Beach or Tangsi Beach got the name from the color of the beach sand. The sand has pink color, making it distinguish than any other beaches. Most beaches usually have white or black color sand. Tangsi is one of the most interesting tourist destinations in Lombok.

Pink beach


Apart from its pink color sand, the beach has attractive panorama that make everyone want to stay longer in the beach when they visit it. The beach is actually beautiful, however, the location is too remote and the infrastructure is inadequate. The government should pay attention for the development of the beach. Developing infrastructure will attract more tourists to visit the beach. Then, the regional revenue will increase.

Pink beach

Location


Pink Beach is situated in Jerowaru District, East Lombok Regency, Mataram, West Nusa Tenggara. You will need about two and a half an hours driving from Mataram. As previously mentioned, the infrastructure around the beach is inadequate. It is quite difficult for a car to reach the beach. Many part of the roads are damaged. However, once you have arrived at the beach, you’ll be amazed by the beauty of the beach. Especially, the pink color makes the beach look stunning. The pink color of the beach was said to derive from the fractions of coral reefs, named Homtrema rubrum, which mixed with white sand of the beach.

Activities


When you come to Pink Beach, you can do many activities, especially water activities. Water activities in the beach are fun and exciting, like snorkeling, fishing, diving or surfing. Snorkeling will allow you to learn more about the underwater life of the beach. You must bring your own equipment if you want to do this activity. No rental activity is found in the beach. You can also swim in the edge of the beach. The clear and clean water is safe for you to swim at any time. Another challenging activity you can do in the beach is water sports, like sea kayak. Sea kayak will be fun, and you will have a challenging experience when you choose this activity.

Accommodations


When you come to Pink Beach, you will not find complete facilities. There are only few fishermen offering their boat to cross the beach into the small island near the beach. However, you can find some people offer you various drinks. But what about hotels or lodges? You will not find any near the beach. The best way when you visit the beach is to come as early as possible, and then go back to town in the afternoon. You better find a hotel or a lodge in Mataram. Mataram provides a wide range of hotel, from budget to splurge rate. Depending on your budget, select a hotel with affordable rate for you.

Visiting Tangsi is recommended for you who love adventure. The nature and the beach offer you incredible views. You can snap interesting objects around the beach. That is why, don’t forget to brink a camera when you visit Tangsi Beach.
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Getting around Lombok is easy by car or motorbike and you can hire these in all the main tourism areas, with an international Driver License. The roads are generally in good condition and traffic is light. Alternatively, hire a car and driver for exploring or take part in the tours and day trips offered by the many tour agencies on the island.

Beaches

The whole island is surrounded by fantastic beaches, most of which are covered in clean white sand and fringed by coconut palms. Nipah and enjoy deserted beaches with fine snorkelling and swimming. The southwest coast also has fine beaches, especially around Sekotong and Taun.

Lombok Beach

Visit the small island of Gili Nanggu for rustic accommodation and great snorkelling just off shore or stay at Secret Island Resort on Gili Gede to explore the twelve other undeveloped islands in the southwest. The beaches around Kuta are breathtakingly beautiful. Visit Gerupuk for fantastic scenary, Kuta for long stretches of white sand and turquoise waters, or swim in the peaceful lagoon at Mawun.

Diving

With so many beaches and small islands, Lombok offers a myriad of diving and snorkelling opportunities. The best known locations are around the Gili islands (Gili Air, Gili Meno, and Gili Trawangan).

Diving

Snorkelling is easy from the shore and all three islands are well served by professional dive operators who offer full PADI certification courses, day and night dives to the many sites around the Gilis, as well as specialised courses and live-aboard adventures to exotic locations. For the more adventurous, there is superb diving around the islands off the southwest coast, as well as near Kuta on south coast and the small uninhabited islands of the east coast.

Surfing

Lombok is becoming a world-renown surfing destination amongst surf enthusiasts world-wide. Huge waves and challenging surf lure die-hards to Bangko-Bangko (also known as Desert Point) on the south-western tip of Lombok.

Surfing

Kuta, on the south coast, is surf-central and has a range of accommodations and services catering specially to surfers.

Here you can hire a board, get board repairs and take surf lessons from the professionls.

The waves at Gerupuk and Kuta offer a variety of challenges from beginners to sheer madness!

Ekas Bay has two surf breaks: Inside Ekas and Outside Ekas, which are suitable for beginners to experts, depending on different peaks and tides.

Trekking

Much of the island is still covered by natural rain forest and jungles, making Lombok ideal for ecotourism and adventure tours.

There are a number of spectacular waterfalls on the island which provide lovely trekking opportunities, wheether travelling independently or as part of a tour. Sendang Gile and Tiu Kelep on the slope of Mount Rinjani in the north is an easily accessible waterfalls in a stunning jungle setting and popular with visitors.

Trekking

Air Jeruk Manis, near Tetebatu is reached by walking through pretty rice fields and forests.

the awesome Benang Stokel and Benang Kelambu waterfalls, in central Lombok, are located within a short trek of each other and make a perfect day trip for those who appreciate truly magical natural surroundings.

Mountain Climbing

Mt. Rinjani, Lombok's famous volcano, soars 3726m above sea level and is the second highest volcano in Indonesia, attracting thousands of trekkers and climbers annually. The huge crater near the top contains a beautiful lake, Danau Segara Anak (Child of the Sea Lake) and a smaller volcanic cone, Gunung Baru Jari, which was formed a couple of hundred years ago. There are a number of caves, small waterfalls and hot springs located around the volcano.

Rinjani Trekking

In 2004 Rinjani won the World Legacy Award and the volcano is recognised internationally as an important eco-tourism destination. Two, three and four day treks on the volcano are offered by tour companies and trek organizers in all the main resort areas of Lombok.

Historic Sites and Temples

There are a number of interesting temples around the west coast, many of which are Hindu or ancient animist sites of worship.

Pura Lingsar is possibly the only place in the world where Hindus and Moslems come together to pray and celebrate. Built around 1714, Pura Lingsar was originally based on the prevailing animist beliefs of the time, and some of the original animist statues remain today. Perang Topat, is an annual festival held at Lingsar and features a ritualised war with rice cakes, which also serve as an offering to the Gods.

Temple Sudamalas

Pura Narmada (or Narmada Temple), around 10km east of Cakranegara in Narmada, was created circa 1805 as a replica of Gunung Rinjani and Segara Anak, the lake within Rinjani's crater. The gardens at Narmada are beautifully maintained and surround the pools and lake.

Narmada

Pura Suranadi, a complex of three temples located a few kilometres north of Narmada in Suranadi, is the oldest and holiest of the Balinese temples in Lombok, founded by the 16th-century Javanese priest, Danghyang Nirartha. Underground streams bubble up into restored baths, used for ritual bathing. Huge sacred eels live in the pools and streams here, and can sometimes be lured out with an offering of boiled eggs (purchased at nearby stall). To see a sacred eel is considered very lucky!

Handicraft Villages

Lombok is famous for its traditional earthenware pottery made from local clay with distinctive "Lombok Primitive" designs. You can also purchase hand-woven sarongs and fabrics (ikat). Pringgasela in central Lombok is a small Village which is steeped in tradition and is a major centre for weaving ikat. Visit the small houses and shops here to purchase traditionally woven, colourful fabrics.

Pringgasela in central Lombok is small village which is steeped in tradition and is a major centre for weaving ikat. Visit the small houses and shops here to purchase traditionally woven, colourful fabrics.

Handicraft

Masbagik, close to Pringgasela, is a small pottery Village. Wander the streets and see the pottery being made in the small yards behind the simple homes here and purchase the wares for amazingly cheap prices.

Sukarara is 5 km to the west of Praya, heading south towards Kuta. This is a weaving village where quality ikat and traditional cloth is displayed and sold. Weavers work outside many of the shops, using antiquated "back strap looms"

Handicraft

to painstakingly produce works of art. Some of the larger pieces can take several months to weave, and collectors from around the world visit this village to purchase the blankets, sarongs and cloth produced here.

Banyumulek, easily reached on the road south to Lembar Harbour, is an important centre for pottery on Lombok. The small Village is packed with shops selling pottery produced in the area, as well as from the other main pottery-making Villages such as Penujak and Masbagik. Lombok pottery, with its distinctive terracotta styles, has become famous internationally and is exported throughout the world.
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Gili Trawangan

The most well-known and popular of the three Gilis, Gili Trawangan is the largest island and the furthest from the mainland, but easily reached in less than an hour by local boat and only 10 minutes by speedboat from Lombok.

Previously tagged "the party island" by The Lonely Planet, Gili T (as it is affectionately known) has moved on and up.

Gone are the days when backpackers flocked to the island for IDR 20,000 a night huts on the beach and IDR 5,000 Bintang beers. Today, Gili T has a sleek sophisticated side that becomes more evident every year.

That's not to say that the original charms that attracted travellers in the beginning are gone. The perfect white sand beaches, clear turquoise waters and laid-back island style are still what attracts visitors today.

But the island has cast off its grungy origins and now combines the best of a tropical island paradise with a touch of chie and all the mod cons of a top holiday destination.

Gili T still hosts backpackers and budget travellers, but these days they are joined by expatriates and trendsetters from Java and Bali, together with singles, couples and families from all over the world.

Gili Trawangan

The island itself is around 3km long and 2km wide, so walking is easy and you can cycle around the island in around 1 1/2 hours (but will need to get off and push your bike through sandy sections on the west side).

This is the only Gili to rise significantly above sea level and the hill in the south is a great lookout from which to enjoy the spectacular sunsets acoss the ocean to Bali; or in the mornings, the brilliant sunrise over Gunung Rinjani on the mainland Lombok.

On the far south end of the hill are the remnants of old WWII Japanese gun emplacements and crumbling bunkers, but the hand-dug tunnels have been blocked up.

The main development on the island is on the east coast, particularly southeast in the area called "Sentral", where the boats dock. Tracks meander from the main coastal "road" inland through coconut groves to pockets of secluded development.

Development runs all along the east coast with swish places rubbing shoulders with the older bars and accommodations. The north coast is quieter and offers peaceful alternatives to the central area.

Such is the appeal of the island, the south and west coasts are now dotted with small hotels, homestays, private villas and a couple of larger resorts. This part of the island is the quietest and, although the beaches aren't as nice as those on the east, the sunsets looking across to Bali are magical.

Gili Trawangan

Accommodation on Gili T ranges from basic homestays to luxury hotels and villas. The old style bungalows with woven bamboo walls and thatched roofs are slowly disappearing, to be replaced by simple cottages with western style bathrooms to suit the budget crowd.

At the other and of the scale, boutique hotels and luxurious villas boast all the comforts of 5 star resorts, including designer furnishings, private swimming pool or Jacuzzis, WiFi internet, iPod docks, satellite TV and DVD.

Restaurants rival Bali in quality, if not numbers. there are lounges and sophisticated bars, Internet cafes, movie "theatres" and beachside cafes galore. Most restaurants and bars are located along the east coast, although the north coast has some lovely low-key options. Dining choices range from the typical Indonesian Nasi Goreng to sushi; barbecued seafood on the beach to international fine dining; and everything between.

There is a lively bar scene at night and the island has a rotating party roster, where some of the top places have licences to host a party on one night of the week (hence the "party island" reputation). These, and the full moon parties that take place on the beach during high season, are a big draw-card for the crowds of younger people who come to the island.

For those who prefer quieter entertainment, there are sophisticated dining opportunities, particularly at places such as ko-ko-mo Resort, Scallywags Resort, and on the beachfront at Hotel Villa Ombak, as well as the stylish Pearl Beach Lounge next door.

These days, Gili T is a serious tourist destination with a good infrastructure and renge of tourist facilities.

Many of the larger restaurant, hotels and dive shops accept credit cards; there are ATM's in front of Gili T Resort (near Sentral), in front of Villa Ombak on the east coast and further north., near Blue Beach, as well as on the west side at Ombak Sunset.

Internet cafes with WiFi are readily available, as are money-changers, tour operators and a large number of fast boat services.

There is a tennis club and fitness centre at Kelapa Villas and a medical centre at Villa Ombak with basic emergency facilities and a doctor on call.

Horses can be hire from The Stud on the southeast coast; sea kayaking is available at Karma Kayak on the north coast; yoga, meditation, massages and other health and beauty treatments are available at numerous places around the island.

There is even shopping at the Pasar Seni (Art Markets) in Sentral and at any number of shops and kiosks all around the island, selling everything from pearls to sarongs to hammocks. Innuendo has some upmarket resort wear and Silver Dragon sells beautiful silver jewellery.

But it is the beaches and the diving that remain the main draw card for Gili T. People flock here to sunbathe on white sand beaches and swim in clean blue waters, to dive the fabulous reefs and to bask in the hedonistic pleasures of a tropical paradise.

There is a good surf break on the south coast with a fast right-hander that really pumps in the right conditions. Local surfers will happily lead the way and rent you a board.

The best snorkelling on the island starts on the northern end of the east coast, where you can wade to the reef just offshore. The water is calm and there is a drift from north to south, making it easy to lie on the surface and float down the coral outcrops. Although much of the coral is damaged, there is still an abundant variety of tropical fish species to enjoy and patches of colourful coral.

Further of shore, the island is famed for its vast gardens of coral and is one of the best dive spots in Lombok, which is why thousands of divers visit Gili T every year.

It is also one of the safest and easiest places to learn to scuba dive, with warm water temperatures, calm seas and excellent visibility almost all year round. There is a very good selection of professional western operated dive shop and a range of dive locations suitable for beginners through to thrill seekers.

It's been a slow evolution over the past 20 years for Gili Trawangan, but the island's time has come. While the backpackers will no doubt lament, there's a whole new scene unfolding on Gili T.

A world class tourism destination is emerging - without the traffic and pollution - set down on an idyllic tropical island.
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6Cunca Rami (Flores)

The impressive Cunca Rami waterfall, with its many pretty pools that offer a refreshing, natural swimming experience, makes a fantastic day trip from Labuan Bajo. With 300 meters high waterfall hanging from top of rock wall, making its an amazing destination in Flores.

5 Grojogan Sewu (Java)

Grojogan Sewu means a thousand waterfalls. Although the waterfall here do not amount to a thousand, but there is some point of waterfalls that can be enjoyed here. The highest waterfall there are about 80 meters high.

4 Bantimurung (Sulawesi)

It is located at the valley of the steep limestone hills. The surrounding is filled with fertile tropical vegetation which has become home to thousands of beautiful butterflies. As the name Bantimurung means a place for getting rid of sadness, this place is an ideal for family picnic and a pleasant place for roaming, swimming, and relaxing.

3 Gitgit (Bali)

It is one of the famous waterfalls in Bali which located in the north part of Bali. Even though it is only 35 meters in height, but it is a beautiful object which located in plateau area and surrounded by tropical tree. The rain forest around emits the constanly natural water debit during the year.

2 Sigura Gura (Sumatra)

These 250 meters in height waterfall is the tallest in Indonesia. The water produces by the Asahan River. It is one of the cornerstones of community life in North Sumatra, because the flow of this waterfall is used for main propulsions generator.

1 Sendang Gile (Lombok)

To reach and enjoy the waterfall, we have to walk down a graded trail and steps from Senaru Village. it is about 100 meters in height and divided into three layers. First layer known as Sendang Gile, and the second is Tiu Kelep and the top is Batara Lajang. In addtion, there is a uniqueness that distinguishes this waterfall with others. There is also a trust if a shower or washes her face at this waterfall will make someone a year younger than actual age.
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