Siluwok Waterfall in Kulon Progo Regency, Yogyakarta

Visiting Kulon Progo Regency for the next Indonesian holiday is indeed a good idea. It is because the region may welcome everyone with many stunning natural attractions, especially waterfalls. One of them is located in Samigaluh Sub-District, which is called Siluwok Waterfall. To be exact, it resides in Sidoharjo Village and it is located near to the famous Sidoharjo Waterfall. At the first time, the waterfall is not quite popular due to the secluded location. However, visitors posted some photos on their social media accounts and start luring other nature lovers coming from nearby regions. Those people want to witness such beauty directly, after all.

The Nuance
It is true tourists should spend some efforts in reaching Siluwok Waterfall due to the secluded location. Have no worries. It would be a fun trekking experience, as tourists can witness various panoramas while heading to the location. Once arriving at the site, the real beauty appears! The waterfall has the height of 20 meters and it features tall rocky cliffs as well. Plus, lots of bushes and trees grow near to the location (which makes the site shady and comfortable). The best feature perhaps is the clarity as well as the freshness of the water! There is even an ample natural pond located below it, on where tourists can swim and take a bath! When it comes to the water discharge, it is considered moderate.

Exploring Siluwok Waterfall
Like other regular waterfalls, Siluwok really depends on the season when it comes to the water clarity. During the dry season, the water looks stunning and clear! On the other hand, it becomes murky but has a stronger water discharge during the rainy season. Each of them offers a unique beauty, though, so tourists should decide the time of visit depending on their preferences. If they decide to come in the rainy season, however, they must wear better footwear due to the slippery surface.

The real question is what tourists would do once arriving on the site. Usually, those people enjoy photography and exploration in Siluwok Waterfall. It is because the site features big rocks and tall cliffs, which become a perfect background for photography. Once again, everyone should be careful when exploring such challenging landscape. At least, they should know how to swim! It is likely they are going to fall in the natural pond below the waterfall due to getting slipped.

The next common reason for visiting Siluwok Waterfall is to enjoy the nuance. It is because the location is in the midst of a forest and it is surrounded by tall trees. No wonder, such refreshing atmosphere helps everyone to relax during the visit. The route is a little bit confusing, though. This explains why tourists should consider a local guide when heading to the site. Have no worries. The fee is considerably cheap.

Nearby Attractions

  • Watu Jubug
  • Tinalah Village
  • Puncak Suroloyo

How to Get There
It takes approximately 1 hour and 6 minutes in order to get to Siluwok Waterfall, especially for those who come from Adi Sucipto International Airport. The distance between those locations is 39.7 km, after all. This trip even becomes faster if tourists take Kebon Agung Street! Their first destination is Samigaluh Sub-District. Lastly, they should reach Sidoharjo Village where the waterfall is located.

Where to Stay

  • Rimbono Homestay

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