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Gelatik Cave, Yogyakarta, Java






Gelatik Cave is one of the caves are thousands of years old in Gunungkidul, in earlier times this cave used as a place of spiritual followers to calm down (read imprisoned) because the typical dark cave and a length of not less than 400 meters. But now this cave into a tourist spot and no more use to be imprisoned here.

Gelatik Cave is located in the village area Bejiharjo, sub Karangmojo Gunung, located very close to Pindul Cave. The beauty of this cave complement the tourist village Bejiharjo. Gelatik Cave tourists will feel the sensation of fringe cave adventure no less exciting with Pindul Cave. The difference in this cave no underground river, so that tourists can explore this cave with your heart’s content.

Here guides will accompany tourists in the cave, in addition to the managers already provide safety equipment such as helmets to keep us from the impact of the cave wall, but it is also given in the cave shoe condition was quite slippery so as not to slip, there is also an oxygen tank to just in watch because the air inside the cave is quite minimal. And do not forget a flashlight to illuminate while traveling in Gelatik Cave.

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