Pancur Telu Waterfall in Jepara Regency, Central Java Province
In Damarwulan Village at Keling Sub-District, tourists may find lots of interesting waterfalls. They belong to Jepara’s best tourist sites, too, in fact. As for the reference, there is Pancur Telu Waterfall. In terms of name, “Pancur” means flows or sprouts while “Telu” means three. As the name suggests, the waterfall emits three water discharges and all of them look astonishing. Tourists usually come to the site to take photos of the waterfall and write their names on the available stones or rocks on the site. Somehow, the nuance is good enough for relaxation too!
Well, as mentioned before, Pancur Telu Waterfall’s main allure is the three water discharges. Despite the uniqueness, they are not quite tall (having the height of about 4 meters). The good thing is the site features a beautiful natural pond with the depth of around 1meter. No wonder, almost all visitors are likely to get in the pond and take a bath in it. As for the nuance, the site emits a secluded atmosphere but it doesn’t come with many trees. Thus, tourists should avoid coming at noon due to the heat of the sun.
Exploring Pancur Telu Waterfall
People are interested to come to Pancur Telu Waterfall due to the rareness. They won’t find other waterfalls that have three water discharges like those of Pancur Telu, after all. Despite the uniqueness, the waterfall is short. That means some people won’t be impressed by the appearance. The good thing is it comes with a comfy natural pond where tourists can play water and take a bath in it. The water is fresh and the ambiance is peaceful! Taking a bath in it, somehow, helps everyone to relieve their stresses.
Another name is Kedung Blorong Pancur Telu Waterfall. It becomes the pride of Keling Sub-District, especially in terms of tourism. Aside from being a natural tourist site, the waterfall also provides clean water to local people. No wonder, it has multiple benefits to both villagers and visitors. The only problem is related to the route, which is both extreme and steep. This explains why tourists need to spend some efforts to reach the site. It is recommended to come only in a good weather and good stamina, therefore.
Due to the difficult accessibility, Pancur Telu Waterfall doesn’t have many visitors. This makes the site feels more serene and comfortable for relaxation. Also, this explains why people come to the location for relaxation aside from photography and taking a bath in the natural pond. As for the tips, tourists should come early in the morning for a more refreshing ambiance. Next, it is prohibited to litter or ruin the environment, as the locals take advantage of the waterfall as their source of clean water.
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How to Get There
The first destination is Jepara Regency and the trip may take around 2 hours and 6 minutes if tourists come from Semarang City (which is the capital of Central Java Province). This trip becomes faster if they take Kudus – Semarang Street, though. Later, after arriving at Jepara, they can simply take Jepara – Bangsri Street and head to Damarwulan Village at Keling Sub-District right away. The distance is 39.3 km, so the trip takes approximately 1 hour and 6 minutes.
Where to Stay
- Kelet Hotel