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Wediombo beach

Pantai Wediombo in Gunung Kidul, Yogyakarta, exotic landscape karst topography lysed Baron Beach on the southern island of Java, offering powerful waves of the Indian Ocean for surfing amongst white sand and coral reefs, snorkel beautiful coral reefs, swim in the lagoon, fishing, hammocking, camping, trekking, hunting and many other amazing.

Wediombo 1 kilometer long beach and white sand in Gunung Kidul that bring barrels waves of the Indian Ocean paradise, tropical beach away from the bustle of the world presents a spectacular sensation when to test your nerve clusters surf riding the waves in between white sand and rocks.

Tinuku Wediombo beach in Gunung Kidul, the hidden paradise for surfing and snorkeling on white sand and coral reefs

Tinuku.com Wediombo beach in Gunung Kidul, the hidden paradise for surfing and snorkeling on white sand and coral reefs

www.Tinuku.com Wediombo beach in Gunung Kidul, the hidden paradise for surfing and snorkeling on white sand and coral reefs

Tinuku Wediombo beach in Gunung Kidul, the hidden paradise for surfing and snorkeling on white sand and coral reefs

Hidden location and flanked by karst mountains that supply rolls is always stable to the best place in the world for surfing and other outdoor sports such as snorkeling reef contains fish lovely, swim in the lagoon the hidden, fishing, hammocking, camping, trekking and hunting photography.

Sand and coral clusters are the perfect combination to try new things for the hunters of the giant waves. Gulf between karst cliffs and rocks hard is a challenge to test your nerve true surfers welcome rolls waves of right and left.

Wediombo beach is also known to have the most spectacular panoramic sunset while enjoying seafood and coconut juice. Coastal facing westward in November to May lets visitors watch the sunset is very beautiful right on the horizon between the palm trees.

Wediombo Surfing Society (WOSS) always standby at the scene to guide the novice surfers and held a brief class on basic theory and practice of the techniques of surfing. The members WOSS also rent a surfboard, guide services and film and photo documentation of the visitors.

WOSS is a gathering of surfers specialist landscape of coral reefs and powerful waves southern sea so that it can be relied upon to provide services in a professional manner. In 2014 they organized an international surfing competition in Wediombo.

The beach provides two options to do snorkeling locations are around the coast and in the middle of the sea with local residents who provide boats and all the scuba gear complete with guides.

Rows of cliffs on the south side of the beach there is a lagoon flanked by rocks, at low tide can be used for swimming. In the lagoon could feel waves crashing splashes of coral. Hammock freely spread on branches of trees to feel the breeze and listen to the magical sound of the waves.

Camping in Wediombo not a difficult thing, visitors can rent a tent to be established between the large trees that grow along the shoreline, marlin fishing activity and trakking among coral hills were deserted and quiet.

Tinuku.com Wediombo beach in Gunung Kidul, the hidden paradise for surfing and snorkeling on white sand and coral reefs

www.Tinuku.com Wediombo beach in Gunung Kidul, the hidden paradise for surfing and snorkeling on white sand and coral reefs

Tinuku Wediombo beach in Gunung Kidul, the hidden paradise for surfing and snorkeling on white sand and coral reefs

Tinuku.com Wediombo beach in Gunung Kidul, the hidden paradise for surfing and snorkeling on white sand and coral reefs

Activity: Surfing, snorkeling, swimming in the lagoon, fishing, trekking, camping, hammocking, seeing sunset, hunting photography and videography, and others.

Location: Village Jepitu, District Girisubo, Gunung Kidul, Yogyakarta.

Complementary facilities: Rental surf gear (surfboard, guides, photographs, films), snorkel gear, boats, camping equipment, land and moto trail camp. Car parking, restrooms, restaurants and guesthouses.

Routes and public transport: If taking the bus from Yogyakarta to the Giwangan Bus Terminal to the city Wonosari then to Wediombo beach location.

Reach access: 35 km from Wonosari city (1 hour), 73 km from Yogyakarta city (2 hour).



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