Jomblang Cave is a unique vertical cave located in Gunungkidul Regency, near Yogyakarta, Indonesia. The cave is known for its “light of heaven” phenomenon, where a ray of sunlight illuminates the cave’s floor from a sinkhole above. Exploring Jomblang Cave involves rappelling down the sinkhole’s vertical walls, reaching the cave floor to witness the mesmerizing natural light display. The cave’s underground river and stalactites add to the magical experience. Jomblang Cave is an adventurous destination that attracts spelunkers and photographers seeking otherworldly sights.
Jomblang Cave is managed by professional caving tour operators and supported by skilled guides and equipment. The cave’s geological formations and the light phenomenon make it a sought-after destination for adventure seekers and photographers. The cave’s unique environment and natural beauty present a rare opportunity for visitors to witness a surreal underground spectacle.
Jl. Raya Semanu – Pacarejo – Jetis Wetan, Pacarejo, Kec. Semanu, Gunungkidul Regency, Yogyakarta, Indonesia.
Jomblang Cave can be accessed through guided tours, as it requires special equipment and trained guides for rappelling. Visitors must be physically fit and not suffer from claustrophobia to participate in the cave exploration. The experience of witnessing the “light of heaven” is a surreal and unforgettable moment.