Goa Jomblang is basically not a new thing when it comes to Yogyakarta tour. Since Yogyakarta is home for a lot of things you can visit during your holiday, you may need to know several facts about this place after all. Other than that, you definitely should visit this cave if you love extreme activities.
#1 Several entrance tracks
The first fact about Goa Jomblang is that there are several entrance tracks. Each track has a different level of difficulty and it is important to communicate with the operator before you go here. The A track is 15 meters in depth while the B and C tracks are 40 meters and 60 meters in depth. The operator will give you a brief training before you jump into the cave.
#2 The location
As we have mentioned earlier, the cave is kind of extreme. It goes the same for its location. It is located in Pacarejo Village in Semanu district. The cave offers a series of fantastic views and such the light of heaven at 12.30 pm.
#3 The route
The cave is located 1.5 hours of driving from Yogyakarta town center. It is easy to reach Pacarejo Village because you can look at the route from the maps. However, you should get through wavy roads and village residential houses. Once you have reached a resort in the middle of a field, it means that you are already in the entrance door of the cave. You can use Wisata Jogja Ramadhan package as well.
#4 The entrance fee
You do not need to pay for an entrance fee if you have the equipment. However, you need to ask for permission from the person in charge. On the other hand, you may expect to pay between IDR 450,000 and IDR 1,000,000 if you want to use the operator service. The service you get will determine the price you should pay for sure.
#5 The best time to visit
The light of heaven would show up at 12.30 pm. On the other hand, the cave opens between 8 am and 2 pm. If you want to get the best view you have ever witnessed in your life, you better come here at 10 am up to 12 am. Also, make sure that it is not during the wet season because the road could get very slippery and the light would not get into the Goa Jomblang.