Sindang Gila waterfall and Tiu Kelep waterfalls
Refreshing hydro-therapy that loosen tight knots and ease those aching muscles form the climb.
The walk to these two waterfalls (Tiu Kelep and Sindang Gila) is a good couple of hours round trip and well worth it. Absolutely breathtaking scenery and swimming in Sindang Gila is unforgettable.
There’s a cave behind the falls that is nice to climb into and it is so refreshing to swim there after the hike you won’t want to leave.
Watch for wild monkeys on the way and be careful walking up the river, be carefully there is a bit slippery at times. This little trek is a nice warm up for climbing Mt Rinjani and you get to enjoy plenty of exposure along the way. Don’t miss these waterfalls if you’re in the area. Worth visiting to see them and the majestic mount Rinjani. Tourism object that is almost similar to the waterfall Sindang Gila and Tiu Kelep
Two waterfalls are located in Senaru Village, the area of the National Park of Mount Rinjani. The second waterfall location adjacent to each other. Every day especially on weekends many tourists who visit these attractions. From the ticket sales counter, visitors must enter on foot down the hundreds of stairs to visit the waterfall Sindang Gila in Lombok island Indonesia
The origin of the name Sindang Gila i.e. when there are mad lion or animal in the local language is referred to in your spare time making crazy disorders in village. The citizens of rollicking chasing Lions until into the forest, eventually discovering waterfalls. At first glance these two-storey waterfall. However, if we observe carefully, encouragement of water plunging down an indirect but rather little survives on a cliff that is somewhat indented like shaped pond shelter temporarily. The tourists are usually directly in the body itself, so they feel the urge fresh water from the waterfall from the source direction from Lake Segara Anak, that distance is far enough in the area of Mount Rinjani.
Not far from the waterfall Sindang Gila, there are waterfalls not less beautiful Waterfall, Tiu Kelep. Journey to the waterfall takes about 40 minutes walk from the waterfall Sindang Gila. The tourists have to down the stairs, and passed the trail follow the flow irrigation, then crossed the river the Rocky then proceeded across the footpath on the right left many leafy trees. When compared to the Waterfall Sindang Gila and waterfalls Tiu Kelep nicer and encouragement of its stronger and bigger. There are myths surrounding communities, the water in the vicinity of the Tiu Kelep can make someone more ageless one year of age in fact.
Once satisfied the natural enchantment to two waterfalls, the tourists can try a more exciting challenge again. On the side of the bridge there is irrigation water tunnel. Looks like ordinary tunnel, the challenge is down the tunnel with water flow is quite heavy and very strong. If not careful, the water will push our body. If not satisfied, you can return to the tunnel down to the opposite direction. Preparing the one down the tunnel against the heavy water flow.
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