The Exotica Paradise Cliff At A Glance - Tumpak Sewu Waterfall
There is always the splendour coming in mind. It is proven from the number of local and international tourist who have visited and have posted various charming visualizations.
The Tumpak Sewu Waterfall or popularly know as the Paradise Cliff is a tourism object presenting a breathtaking waterfall beauty. Located at Sidomulyo tourism village, Pronojiwo district, Lumajang, East Java. It is 55 km to the southern. It takes approximately two hours from the city area of Lumajang.
After arriving there, you will be entertained by the scenery and the beauty of the amazing waterfall pouring naturally fresh water sourced from Semeru mountain. The term Tumpak Sewu is defined as cumulative waterfalls meaning the combination of several magnificent waterfalls.
From the starting point at entrance gate, you need to walk down to the main point for 15 minutes on foot through easy path. The people of local tourism village are special. They help each other to build the Tumpak Sewu Waterfall by setting the wood path and constructing the road from some self-help voluntarily.
At this point, you will witness the wonderful beauty of the Tumpak Sewu Waterfall. The cliff stands high surrounded by waterfalls. Almost half of the cliff circle surrounded by evergreen trees is so natural. Here are two spots for you capturing amazing moments with partners, friends or family.
You can stand on the low point and go up a bit to get a perfect angle of high view. Here you can read some captions igniting our deep feeling of care and politeness to the nature as the local people do, like “do not kill anything here but time, and do not take anything here but photographs”, pretty creative.
If you loves challenges and adventures, you can go down the cliff through the available path managed by the staff of Tumpak Sewu Waterfall. You can go down the bamboo steps and walk down across some small waterfalls. The shoes you put on should be well considered, too, since the path is quite hard and slippery.
At the low point, you will go across the stream surrounded by the huge cliffs standing out. After going across the river, you will witness a breathtaking scenery right after the rounded waterfall, it takes only 30 minutes.
If you finish enjoying the beauty of the nature of Sidomulyo village, you can see the activities of local people drying cloves. The cloves dried by sunlight will release a good smell originally from Sidomulyo village.
How to Get There:
Tumpak Sewu Waterfall located at Sidomulyo village, Pronojiwo district approximately 55 km to the southern of Lumajang takes 2 hours trip.
Surabaya bus station/ Malang – Wonorejo bus station – Pronojiwo bus station – Tumpak Sewu waterfall
Jember bus station/ Banyuwangi - Wonorejo bus station – Pronojiwo bus station – Tumpak Sewu waterfall
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