After visiting the Iguaçu waterfalls in Argentina and Brazil several years ago I never expected to be impressed by a waterfall again. But I was wrong.
On the road between Bromo and Surabaya a road sign is placed by the turnoff. Then it is around 6km (one way) to the parking area. Admission (only!) 3000rp pp. Gps: -7.84747, 113.016006
Then it is a walk of 1,5km. Because the path is broken at several places you must go cross the (small) river several times. You will get wet feet (to below the knees) so wear short trousers and shoes that may get wet. At the end of the canyon you walk through some small waterfalls. If you don’t use a raincoat\poncho or a umbrella (available at the site) then you will be soaked. The first waterfalls are coming from the green edges straight down. The biggest waterfall at the end is falling along rocks.
There are (expensive) guides available but you don’t really need one. They ask 100.000rp (8.50euro). We were visiting on a Sunday and there were enough (local) tourists to show the best route. If you are unsecure on slippery rocks beneath streaming water a guide will be worth every rupiah. Along the way you can buy some food and thee.
Strange enough we were the only western tourists while this place was so extremely beautiful. Note that picture will not do justice to the real thing!
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