Pandan Segegek Village in Kulon Progo Regency, Yogyakarta
For the next vacation, tourists should consider coming to Pandan Segegek Village located in Kulon Progo Regency. Why is that? Not only the village offers a wonderful nature, but it also has an interesting mythology. For outsiders and foreigners, the village becomes a good place to spend outdoor activities. For the locals and nearby villagers, though, Pandan Segegek is the best spot to conduct a ritual, especially for abundant prosperity. These people often come to the beach located in the west part of Trisik Coast and perform such ritual! Another place to perform it is at the hill located near to the settlement itself. As for tourists, learning the history and watch such procession would be amusing without a doubt.
Even though Pandan Segegek Beach is known for the prosperity ritual, it has beautiful panoramas and interesting culture for tourists to enjoy during the visit. That means the nuance won’t be always mystical! It actually depends on tourists’ motive in visiting the village. If they look for nature, they can simply explore the green local farms and majestic hill located nearby. Those who look for culture and traditional foods, on the other hand, they should approach villagers and talk to them casually. It would be better if they come with a guide, though.
Exploring Pandan Segegek Village
The fact is Pandan Segegek is located in a secluded area, which is near to the south sea. No wonder, tourists need to spend some time and efforts to get to the location. Instead of being a hassle, this trip gives a satisfying experience to them! It is because they may find various beautiful panoramas all the way to the village. These include mountains and the sea! Once arriving at the village, they may even see a majestic hill where villagers often conduct a ritual for prosperity.
It is true that most tourists are interested in visiting Pandan Segegek Village in order to gather information regarding the ritual. Some of them even want to watch the procession directly! In this case, their best destination is the hill located near the settlement. If they are lucky, they may meet some locals who conduct hermitage solemnly on that area. According to the villagers, the queen of the south sea (Nyi Roro Kidul) often comes to the hill and grants everyone’s wish! As for tourists, they are allowed to take photos as long as they don’t disturb the procession.
The next location on where villagers often conduct rituals is the coast located near to Trisik Beach and Abadi Sea Turtle Conservation. After all, these people want to look for a blessing from the queen of the south sea. The nuance becomes more mystical if the ritual is done at night, in fact!
- Trisik Beach
- Bugel Beach
How to Get There
From Adisucipto International Airport, a trip to Pandan Segegek Village takes approximately 1 hour as the distance is 42.6 km. It can even be faster if tourists take Srandakan Street. Their first destination is Karangsewu Sub-District. Next, they can directly head to the village and find a place for resting before exploring the site.
Where to Stay
- Pendopo Goa Cemara
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