Tinalah Village in Kulon Progo Regency, Yogyakarta
Consisting of various natural attractions, Kulon Progo Regency definitely becomes a nice vacation destination for those who look for a new adventure. Aside from nature, the region is proud of their traditional villages as well. One of them is called Tinalah Village and it belongs to Samigaluh Sub-District. The settlement is part of Menoreh Hills and it resides near to the famous Tinalah River. The most common reason in visiting the village is none other than the natural beauty itself. However, tourists also visit it in order to conduct an exploration and outdoor activities like photography, trekking, river tubing, and much more.
In terms of nuance, Tinalah looks like other regular villages. The villagers live in a traditional way and most of them are farmers. This explains why tourists may find lots of farms once arriving at the village. The next recognizable feature is the presence of a majestic bridge used for crossing the river. Plus, visitors are able to witness the stunning hilly scenery and green local farms from the village. Still, the most famous feature is the river, on where tourists can perform river tubing. What is more? There is also Sriti Cave located near to the village, having the depth of 70 meters.
Exploring Tinalah Village
In terms of allures, Tinalah Village indeed offers many of them. The most popular one is the presence of Tinalah River and its bridge. That means tourists can simply enjoy sightseeing and relaxation at the bridge! The view of the rocky riverbank and nearby local farms looks so soothing, after all. This experience gets better if tourists come early in the morning when the atmosphere is freshest.
The next allure in Tinalah Village is the presence of amazing natural landscapes on where tourists can explore. Not only the village offers beautiful local farms and hills, but it also holds a serene cave called Sriti. The good thing is everyone is allowed to explore those places freely! They need to spend some money if they want to use the local guide’s service, though. As for the tip, they must come during a good weather and carry some supplies including bottled water and snacks.
What is more? Tinalah Village also offers an ample camping ground and outbound site for tourists. No wonder, many adventurers and nature lovers would love to come to the village regardless of the purpose. Even the village has an interesting history to learn from. It is said the village was once used by Prince Diponegoro for hiding and planning his war strategy against the Dutch. Well, tourists can get more information from the locals later.
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How to Get There
For those coming from Adisucipto International Airport, they may spend about 54 minutes in order to get to Tinalah Village. After all, the distance is 34.8 km. This trip becomes faster if they take Kebon Agung Street, though. What they need to do is to get to Samigaluh Sub-District first. Next, they can simply head to the village by any available local transportation service.
Where to Stay
- Rimbono Homestay
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