Early in the morning, you'll trek uphill on prehictoric volcano, the prominent geo-heritage site in Indonesia. The harden magma (from the eruption sixty millions years ago) has created interesting rock formations and the fact that not many people have known yet about this particular site is definitely a plus. You'll be one of those lucky people who witness this understated sight. In daytime prehistoric volcano Nglanggeran offers such exceptional scenery, however, the sunrise view from up there is the second to none.
In the afternoon, we'll invite you to enjoy the beautiful staicase waterfall flows down among lush green terraced field in Kedung Kandang. The word kedung means water in Javanese, while kandang means animal's cage. Locals named it that way because cattles like to wander around and drink water in this area, depicting a shelter granted to therm by the nature itself. The water pours endlessly down to the plantation area. Once arrived at the waterfall, you can climb up the rock stairs, dip your feet in the natural water pool at each level, and enjoy the hilly green terrain along the way.
Next, you'll head south where you can set up a tent and spend a night on the white sand beach that lies on the long coastline of the South Sea. Pok Tunggal Beach in Tepus District, has the atmosphere of an unspoiled nature, especially at night. Pristine limestone hills complement the blue sea by providing an outstanding landscape. There's also an iconic Duras tree standing firmly on the sandy beach. You can buy wood and make a bonfire. You can enjoy the evening breeze while ordering raw fish to be grilled with friends. Let's hope the night will never ended.
Overnight by Camping at Pok Tunggal Beach