Jatimulyo Village in Kulon Progo Regency, Yogyakarta
For those coming to Kulon Progo Regency, they must not overlook some interesting traditional villages like Jatimulyo. After all, these villages are worth a visit especially for those who love culture and pristine nature. What about Jatimulyo Village? It is located in Girimulyo Sub-District and offers an undisputed serene nuance for relaxation. Not to mention the village offers tons of natural attractions for tourists to explore during the visit. Plus, visitors can learn about local culture and try some traditional foods directly! It definitely becomes a perfect place to spend a recreation with families (even for outsiders and foreigners).
As mentioned before, the prime allure in Jatimulyo Village is the environment. The village resides in 500 – 800 meters above the sea level, so it offers a refreshing atmosphere and beautiful panoramas without a doubt. Another fact is that it is part of Menoreh Mountain, so tourists can see various interesting scenery including karsts of Kelir Mountain! Plus, the village holds famous vacation spots like Kiskendo Cave, Grojogan Sewu Waterfall, Lanang Mountain, and much more! What about the villagers? Even though they live in a traditional way, they are open to modern culture as well. Have no worries. They still have some interesting traditions and rituals that tourists can watch during the visit.
Exploring Jatimulyo Village
The common reason for visiting Jatimulyo Village is none other than to witness the strong culture directly. It is said the locals conduct a special event called Merti every Sapar Month. This explains why tourists should only come at such specific time. Here is the tip. They can ask the local guidelines regarding the schedule. As an alternative, they can talk first to those who live in Kulon Progo before heading to the village.
What is more? Aside from the culture, Jatimulyo Village is also known for stunning natural attractions. The famous one is Kiskendo Cave where tourists can explore and enjoy camping at the available site. Next, the village features the view of pine trees located on the nearby hill. Not to mention tourists can enjoy trekking too! Even the trekking route is not quite difficult, so it is suitable for beginners or those who have never done it before.
Culinary becomes the next reason why tourists keep coming to Jatimulyo Village. The fact is the village provides various traditional snacks and drinks including Wehlah, local coffee, dawet sambel, sego tumpeng, sengek, geblek, and much more! Not only these foods taste great, but they also have a unique texture and shape too. Do not forget to buy some souvenirs, as well, later.
- Kalilo Pine Forest
- Taman Sungai Mudal
- Setawing Waterfall
- Embung Kleco
How to Get There
From Adisucipto International Airport, it takes about 1 hour and 11 minutes to get to Jatimulyo Village. After all, the distance is 46.3 km. What tourists need to do is to get to Girimulyo Sub-District first. Next, they can directly reach the village and head to the village right away. Here is the tip. Everyone should take Godean Street if they want to get to the site faster.
Where to Stay
- Kusuma Hotel
- King’s Hotel
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