Kedung Cumpleng in Kulon Progo Regency, Yogyakarta
The combination of a natural puddle and beautiful waterfall indeed lures all tourists, especially nature lovers. Well, the name is Kedung Cumpleng and it belongs to Kulon Progo Regency. The exact location is in Pagerharjo Village and it is part of Samigaluh Sub-District. Not many people are aware of it due to the secluded location, though. No wonder, the site offers a peaceful nuance and perfect beauty for everyone to enjoy during the visit. The thing is everyone should spend some stamina and time in order to reach the site. It is because no vehicles are able to access the exact location, so visitors should conduct a short trekking to get there.
When it comes to the nuance, as mentioned before, Kedung Cumpleng offers a serene ambiance as it is hidden in the midst of a forest. While heading to the location, everyone may see a valley with tons of plants and trees that surround it. As for the trekking route, it looks natural featuring rocks and slippery surface. Thus, all tourists should be careful when walking. Once arriving at the site, they may see a tall waterfall with moderate water discharge as well as a stunning natural puddle below it. Several wild bamboo trees are also seen on the site. The water is crystal clear and it feels quite refreshing too! Plus, the sound of gurgling water soothes everyone who visits the site.
Exploring Kedung Cumpleng
Before heading to Kedung Cumpleng, tourists should consider several things. For instance, they must come with a good stamina. It requires some time and efforts to get to the site, after all. After parking the vehicle at the available spot, tourists need to walk for several minutes to reach the site. Despite the effort, the reward is definitely satisfying. Not only visitors can enjoy the peaceful nuance, but they can also see fabulous natural panoramas!
Once arriving at Kedung Cumpleng, tourists can directly play water and get in the natural pond right away. One thing, no facilities are available for them to change clothes or buy foods. Thus, it is recommended to carry extra clothes and some supplies when visiting the waterfall. For those who love photography, they must forget to carry a camera too.
Another thing that tourists can do in Kedung Cumpleng is camping. Even though the site doesn’t feature an official camping ground, tourists can still build the tent on that area. Once again, they must have prepared the equipment and supplies beforehand. Another consideration is to avoid littering, especially those who carry lots of foods or snacks to the site.
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How to Get There
From Adisucipto International Airport, a trip to Kedung Cumpleng may take approximately 1 hour and 16 minutes. It is because the distance is 46.2 km. What tourists need to do is to reach Samigaluh Sub-District. Next, they can simply head to Pagerharjo Village and conduct a short trekking to the site. Here is the tip. The whole trip becomes faster if they take Kebon Agung Street.
Where to Stay
- Rimbono Homestay
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